At first, I was not overly impressed. We had to wait to be seated though we had reservations, and our table was placed awkwardly against a column, making the table jut out into the general traffic path. But our waiter, though obviously Friday-night busy, took his time explaining the specials, offered suggestions and listened carefully to our orders. The steaks were cooked exactly as ordered and were huge; we ate them with creamy mashed potatoes, garlic spinach and sauteed mushrooms.
Of course, as we had to "save room" for dessert, we had leftovers, which inevitably made a great breakfast. The dessert was delicious and tasted fresh (Chocolate Mousse Cheesecake). We also enjoyed a 10-year Tawny Port; there were many after dinner drinks to choose from.
The music seemed to be a southern/Cajun/Frank Sinatra blend and cigar-smoking appeared popular. The bathrooms were very clean (and the restaurant in general). Despite the touristy area and mild-chain feel, I would definitely visit again and probably take my parents who would appreciate the simple, steak-focused menu.