My wife and I went here last Sunday during San Diego Restaurant week. Like many people, we had heard great things about this restaurant, and seen it featured in airline magazines as one of America's ""premiere steak houses."" My wife and were fortunate enough to have a 3 course meal at a set price. We both decided to upgrade to a pepper corn fillet because that is what they are known for. Our first course came out and my wife ordered calamari while I upgrade and tried their ahi tuna appetizer. My wife's calamari was nothing spectacular, and my tuna was... well average. I guess I shouldn't have expected much, it being a steak house and all. For our main dish, the fillets came out with mashed potatoes and gravy. The potatoes and gravy seemed to be made from a mix, and while the steaks were cooked well, and very tender, it seemed to lack flavor. Not quite what you'd expect from a ""premiere"" steak house. We finished up with dessert. I enjoyed the bread pudding, and my wife liked her chocolate cake, though it looked a slight bit better than the chocolate cake they have at KFC. Aesthetically it was pretty dark in the place. My wife and I were initially seated by the bar (which was overflowing with people), so we asked to be moved some where else. They ended up putting us in the aisle way near the kitchen and bathroom. While this didn't bother us too much, the question remains: why would you put a table there? Overall I was pretty under-whelmed with the experience. The service wasn't bad, but it wasn't great. The food wasn't bad, but it wasn't great. For the price you're paying, I would definitely say you're not getting your money's worth. You'd probably be better served going to Morton's, or possibly Ruth Chris. Bottom line- there are better steaks out there.
Pros: Not much to say about this one
Cons: Not a good value, flavorless steak, Unusual seating, Parking