My wife and I went for our wedding anniversary, approximately 20 years after our first visit. The food was exceptional and well worth the ?above average? prices. We were pleasantly greeted at the front door, seated immediately, and service was superb. We started our meal by splitting the ?Waiters Special salad with the ?White French? dressing. The salad was crisp, fresh and perfectly chilled. The marinated asparagus added an interesting and enjoyable flavor and salad quantity, even split, was ample. My wife had the Ribeye as her entree which she thoroughly enjoyed and I had the Smoked Prime Rib and an added Stuffed Roast Quail. The prime rib was some of the best I have ever eaten (and I am a huge prime rib fan). The flavor of the meat added by the ?witches brew? marinade was wonderful; the smoke was evident, but not overpowering and the meat was cooked exactly to order. The 'Grey Moss Squash' was robust, but a definite and delightful change from the usual bland broccoli or mixed vegetables at other places. The twice-baked potatoes were perhaps a touch overcooked and seemed a little dry, but were certainly edible. We also had wine (some great choices), coffee (dark and strong) and the chocolate cheesecake for dessert. The cheesecake was quite good, although not remarkable, but the real highlight of the evening was the Stuffed Roast Quail. I have loved quail since I was a boy, and this was special. It is stuffed with chorizo which gave the dark meat of the quail a real zest and a wonderful flavor. When I first read the menu, I anticipated that it might be greasy from the chorizo, but it was not at all and I was truly glad I took the gamble. All in all, we had a pleasant trip, a superb meal and a wonderful time for under $125.00 with tip. We plan to be back well before our next anniversary, and will bring friends.
Pros: Food -- definitely worth it!
Cons: Limited veggie choice, but what they offered was great