The flirtini is worth the trip by itself. The service is good, and the recipes are good enough that even the talentless hacks in the kitchen can't screw it up too badly. That said... be prepared for any piece of beef or tuna you order to be overdone. Shrimp, on the other hand, will be all but raw -- you'll probably want to take that home with you for further cooking. I'm convinced that they hire the cooks direct from McDonalds. Which is amazing, because they charge as though an actual chef was preparing the food. That said... the recipes and seasonings are good enough that even the no-talent hacks in the kitchen can't screw it up too badly. So, with decent food, good ambiance, and that killer flirtini... we end up going pretty often. I just have to resist the urge to go to the kitchen and show the short-order cooks how to properly prepare a meal. (And, no, I'm not a professional. I just actually like food and enjoy preparing it.) In short... fire all the cooking staff, hire someone with some culinary training, and you'll have a top-notch restaurant on your hands.
Pros: flirtini, good recipes
Cons: really really bad cooks, overcooked meat, undercooked shellfish