They boast on of the best steaks I've ever eaten. So tender and meaty that it's perfectly fine without any added salt or sauce. I'm also a big fan of Suzanne Tracht and impressed at what a great female chef role model she is.
The food here is always exceptional. The food is comfort fare done in a very sophisticated way with beautiful presentation.
Modern take on comfort food classics like pot roast and creamed corn in a setting that looks like it was modeled after a 1970s rec room.
The quality of food (breakfast-dinner) is amazing. Deviled eggs and Lobster benedict are a must!
A beautiful steak house. Food is always spot on. Great for a special occasion. An LA institution.
Jar sucks! – This once excellent restaurant has really fallen down and needs to shape up or be put out of its misery. Someone needs to tell the receptionists that this is no longer a really hot restaurant allowing them to mistreat customers and act so disdainful. Waiters should do their jobs and not just be looking for their next acting gig.
BLAH! – Sorry, but we had just had a bad experience at JAR. We were part of Blackboard Eats so we weren't sure if that was part of the reason. To start with all the blackboard eats people were sat in a cluster like the rear of an airplane.The food had very little flavor. My sirloin was tough and the "Signature Pot Roast" was fatty. For a $160 total, it was a HUGE let down. Insult to injury was that the chef had little to say to us in response. We won't be back!
Excellent food and service – I have been wanting to dine at Jar for quite a while and my boyfriend surprised me for my birthday the other night with a reservation here. We shared the porterhouse for two - amazing! Our server was completely on the ball...very nice and very helpful. She was great with wine recommendations and even brought us a taste of two to try first. The steak was fantastic; cooked perfectly (medium-rare) and we got the summer squash as a side (special that night). The wine that our server recommended was great too. I had a really nice evening and would definitely go back.
Easily a top 20 restaurant in LA – I was a bit peeved we weren't seated for our reservations promptly. Waiting 30 minutes makes one wonder what's the point of making reservations. We would have been mollified with an apology but none was issued.
However, the food is good but you have to pick carefully otherwise you could get stuck with a bad meal. I had the char siu pork chop which was amazingly tender and juicy. But I felt the pot roast with two tiny pieces of meat was a rip. The lamb shank was worth its price but you may need to ask for salt.
Sides are great especially the garlic fries. I'd skip the duck fried rice though.
Desserts and wine were also highlights.
As good as it gets... – Although titled as “just another restaurant” - I think it's far from it. A small restaurant that seems unpretentious to me on Beverly Blvd. Serves good steaks without the “LA attitude and price tag”! I'm a budget-ista and a $35 rib eye steak doesn't seem that expensive to me. Cooked just right, it's always fulfilling and I get to take my leftovers home! There fries are so tasty - yeah, they're fries, but they're thin, crispy and delicious! I love the feel of this restaurant, makes for a great date. Has those old-glamorous, lounge-feel to it.
Delicious dining experience – I love the sleek 70s swing pad decor. The bar was beautiful, well stocked, well staffed. Cocktails all made with fresh fruit juices, small-label spirits (like Hangar One Vodka)... and delicious.
Now I'm not one (usually) for comfort food, but I ordered the p*t roast (something that at home I would never dream of making or eating). It was juicy, tender and simple. But before that, we shared some items off the "Monday Mozzarella Menu." Huge portions. Incredibly flavorful and unusual concoctions. I especially like the Stracciatella (the creamiest mozzarella variety) with an herb and celery "salad". I've never tasted anything like it.
Wasn't totally impressed with the dinner sides (a bit rich for my taste... in flavor and price I'm afraid).
But our server was absolutely lovely, attentive, and thoughtful in her answers when asked "what would YOU order?"
Will I go again? You betcha.
I love restaurants that give my taste buds a new experience without being pretentious or over-priced. And JAR (stands for Just Another Restaurant) delivered just that.
The talent behind Jozu and Campanile put a multicultural spin on American comfort food. – In Short
This wide-open space is an elegant shrine to minimalism. Bare walls are softened only by pastel green and yellow paint, so as the evening wears on, and more bon vivants wiggle into sleek, plastic chairs chattering excitedly, the place becomes positively boisterous. Chef Suzanne Tracht has teamed up with Campanile's Mark Peel to serve American comfort food with Asian ingredients. Although steaks and chops anchor the short menu, it's the roasts and braises that really have soul. Chicken, steeped in lemongrass, is roasted golden-brown, while tender pot roast melts in your mouth. Side dishes further the East-meets-West theme: Braised water spinach and duck fried rice are offered alongside creamed spinach and mashed potatoes. Desserts steal the show. Banana-cream pie, brimming with bananas and ladled with whipped cream and butterscotch, is a refined rendition of a truck-stop classic.
The $17 bloody mary – I stopped in on a recent Sunday afternoon to grab a quick drink. The "house" vodka is Ketel One, which is good, but a relatively small and generally unimpressive bloody mary cost $17. Let me say that again, a bloody mary is $17. Now, I've lived in NYC, Chicago, and been to many fine properties outside the US, and have NEVER seen a $17 bloody mary. Just ridiculous.
The menu sounded great....too bad the preparation wasn't – 24 hours after having dinner at Jar, I am still incensed at the price I paid for the dinner I received last night. I have no problem paying upscale prices for an upscale dining experience. But when you are paying $42 for a Dover Sole entree, and $16 for a side dish of chanterelle mushrooms, you expect the food to be out of this world. It wasn't. The fish was overcooked and seemed lonely resting on a plate all by itself. The mushrooms were tough and their flavor was ordinary. My companion ordered the pork chop at the suggestion of the waiter and had to send it back because it was so tough. His $10 purple yam/creme fraiche/chive side dish turned out to be a whole yam, baked and split in half with a dollop of creme and a pinch of chive, something an amateur cook could easily replicate at home. I don't usually write reviews but have expectations when going to restaurants of this ilk that ALL of their dishes should be worth the high prices they are now charging. I walked out the restaurant last night feeling ripped off, thinking of all of the other great restaurants that I could have chosen to eat at.
70's vibe – I went there cause it was recommended in LA Magazine as a fab brunch place. I was in my brunch phase, so, why not. Our service was professional, they split our meals without asking, which they had an excellent french toast by the way. What I liked about it best is that I felt like I was in another time zone. Or maybe an airport? The decor was quite fascinating. That was my favorite part, the decor. Oh, drinks - mimosa's were good.
Food is not all that! – The food in this place is mediocre. I love the atmosphere - maybe a little too loud. I didn't really enjoy the food. There was nothing special about it :( I treated my family out last night and I was almost embarrassed that I took them there.
Welcoming team, great valet and service plus fabulous food! – From the confirmation call regarding the reservation to the ambiance, service and food, Jar was a welcomed change to some of the places nearby in LA.
The valet was prompt and friendly...even happy to assist. We were early (imagine that with the traffic), and we were greeted with smiles and a ready table.
The french fries could be addictive, but make room for the skirt steak or filet, as they were terrific choices for the two of us...with refills flowing freely and no pressure to buy or get more than desired.
This dining experience was prompt and good without being rushed...check it out!
Good food and service – We made reservations and was seated promptly upon arrival. Food flavoring and customer service was excellent. Highly recommend the lemongrass chicken, ribeye, garlic fries, and cream corn. The ambiance was clean, full of energy, and enjoyable.
Only knock on this restaurant is the spacing of tables was fairly cramped and the price was pretty high. However, b/c the food and customer service was exceptional, one could easily look past the minor flaws.
Nice brunch spot – I went here a couple weeks ago to meet some friends for brunch. I haven't yet been here for dinner, so I don't know how the two compare, but brunch was really good. I had the lobster benedict -- so did three other people at my table. It looked so tempting we all ordered it, and we all loved it. The service was great and parking was easy. They have valet running for brunch for lazy people like me but there were plenty of places to park on Beverly. I'll have to come back for dinner sometime soon. The dark wood paneling and dim lighting seems like it would set the mood much better for a romantic evening experience rather than brunch. I also heard it was a great place for celeb-spotting. Probably so ... We had the "queen of all media" sitting right next to us.
Nice atmosphere; fussy brunch – Something about entering Jar and I feel like I'm not quite in LA, I can't really explain it. It's very sophisticated and nice without feeling intentional or prissy. On the negative, I didn't appreciate how I felt like I was eating dinner with my neighbors as soon as they sat a party next to us. I could hear every word of their conversation, as they could ours. They could really benefit from pulling out a few tables and spacing them further apart.
Brunch was too fussy for me- no standard sides (you know: the toast, potatoes, fruit). You just get what you order- in my case it was a fairly decent omelette on a huuuge plate garnished with herbs perfectly positioned around it. A dainty porcelain cup for my coffee which was rarely refilled. Perhaps Jar feels they sacrifice sophistication if they serve standard breakfast sides their meals, and you will inherently take that omelette more seriously if it's served alone on a massive plate and garnished with herbs.
Staff was very kind, and parking was easy.
Great food; excellent service – The daily specials were great, especially the braised oxtail. Beautiful wine selection, although on the expensive side. The peach brioche bread pudding is worth breaking any diet.
terrible food – the meal was over cooked and was served cold. The food was very, very salty. The restaurant is very expensive and the food below avarage.
disappointed – frequent customers to jar.... was there and the food and sides came out cold. pork chop was raw. 30 min wait between the courses. felt bad to send the food back as to not make a scene since we had out of town guests.
Horribly run establishment – I recently was part of a party of 9 that made reservations at Jar. Four of us showed up 30 mins before the reservation and started a tab at the bar. All members of the party had arrived by about 10 mins before the reservation time and we all sat at the bar having drinks and talking. It is entirely understandable that it may not be possible to seat a large party like that right at the time of the reservation, so we got a bottle of champagne, more drinks, and hung out. After 1 HOUR past our reservation time and a $400 bar tab, no table was in sight. The maitre d' kept assuring us that we would have a table in '10 minutes'... had we known that 90 mins after arriving, we still wouldn't have a place to sit, we would have taken our business elsewhere (which is what we ultimately did). That is simply unacceptable.
Sure could be better – Definitely not worth the money. Went to Jar with a party of five. All order steaks or chops. All came out either over cooked or too rare. Very strange seeing as they wait staff seemed to really take an interest in getting that right. I had the pork chop and it was so over cooked it was tough to chew. The sides were nice and the little birthday tart they brought out was nice, but please, for this money they should do much better with the meat. Can't recommend it.
Disrespectful service – I heard many good things about this restaurant and was excited to try it. Unfortunately, I will not recommend Jar to anyone for a couple of reasons: (1) the food is exceptionally salty. Their ?signature dish? pot-roast was incredibly salty that I had to drink 4 glasses of water when I came home (and mind you, I only drank water at the restaurant so I was not dehydrated); (2) the maitre d? had the audacity to ask us to leave just as he handed us the bill because other patrons were ?waiting? for our table. Our reservation was for 6:30 PM, and Jar booked the next seating at 8:30 PM. Why should our party be penalized because the restaurant was overbooked? I am quite upset that we spent $1300 for dinner and were asked to ?hurry up? with our dessert. This is low class, in my opinion.
Good American food, not too crowded – The decor is definitely old school and the service was good. The dinner crowd was much older when I went. My boyfriend was more impressed by the food than I was, but I still thought it was good. Dinner gets expensive because everything is a la carte. Our salad was very small, not enough to share between two people, but the steaks were very well portioned. My opinion: good American food, but an average experience overall. My boyfriend's opinion: impressed enough to go back.
Old School Steakhouse – This place is awesome. It is an old school steakhouse, like something out of Ocean's 11. And I mean the 1960 movie, not the modern day trilogy designed to make good actors boring and at the same time a lot of dough. Anyway, despite the below average name (Jar?? Thankfully shortened from its original "Jar Jar Binks" name) the place has a great atmosphere and awesome food. The crab devilled eggs are great. The pudding was super rich and very good. And the potroast (yes, potroast) was amazing. The steaks were also very good, if not great. The dining area is one large open room with low ceilings and it looks like a hybrid of the 1970's and mafia-bar backroom. It is loud but it just seems fun. The bar area is also a great a place to eat dinner because it is wide and spacious. Its a perfect place to go with the boys for a nice dinner out. The staff was great. Dressed like old school steakhouse servers, they paid attention to detail and made you feel important. The best part was the faux leather chairs with narrow arm rests and wheels on them. The kind of chair you could see your grandpa or Jimmy Hoffa swiveling around in. Sweet.
Amazing Steaks, great wine list and a terrific atmosphere - you will feel so at home here!!!!! – Jar is truly a unique place and you will love it every time you go there and believe me, you will easily find yourself going because this place is not only a great restaurant, its also a great place to meet for dinks and end up catching a great bite to eat. We've been there countless times, from ?mozzarella? night to late night dinners and the place never fails to deliver. Their Kobe Flat Iron steak, often a special, is to die for, along with the purple yams and you must try the various citrus salads. If you have room, treat your taste buds with the cobbler. The wine list is truly impressive but not intimidating and you will easily find something to suit your budget. The ambiance and atmosphere along with the service rules, and most importantly the attitude and arrogance you find in most restaurants of this caliber, is non-existent here. Everyone is so genuinely nice and makes you feel so welcome, you want to keep going back. Thank you, to everyone at Jar, you are all jewels!!!!!!
Amazing! – All aspects of this meal were delicious! From the drinks and chips at the bar to the amazing desserts. I don't know if I'd recommend to some one who didn't eat meat, as that was certainly a highlight. The fried green tomatoes were perfectly cooked with a delicious garlic sauce. The roast was so tender you could eat it with your fork. The butterscotch pudding and banana cream pie were out of this word! I would go back for a special occasion in a heartbeat.
It should be called JAM, not JAR – 8PM reservations on a Wednesday night for 3 of us. Open area and nothing to muffle the noise of the patrons. Food was good, not stellar - it was the service that ruined everything. The place was not crowded yet the wait staff couldn't wait to take our plates away - even when we were still eating off of them! We had to say at least 3 times, we are still eating that and hold on to our dishes. Not good. Appetizers - Lobster Salad (tasty), Lobster & Tomato soup (overly salty tomato liquid, can't call it puree, w/ 2 small pieces of lobster served in the middle - not good), Roasted Beet Salad w/ Goat Cheese (very good, flavorful and fresh). Entrees were lamb (ok), halibut (nice), salmon (very good). Sides are not included - we had roasted asparagus (very tasty and cooked just right) and mashed potatoes. Desserts were good - apple tart and chocolate pudding. Again, for the price we expected more out of the dishes, not very memorable and the service was horrible (our waiter was fine but the staff...a bus person started to take the mashed potato dish away even as one of us was scooping some out to put on their plate - well you get the picture. Several times we had to say NO, we are NOT done). We will not be going back especially when there are so many other better places.
Great Food....... – Plan to wait even if you have reservations. Very poor reservation management. But, the hostess was friendly. Finally sat down and was greeted by a very informative and prompt server. The ribeye was tender and very flavorful. We had the creamed corn which was very tasty. (By the way, they don't have Mac n' cheese). We tried the banana cream pie dessert which was delicious. Overall a good dining experience. Keep in mind the restaurant is very noisy.
Good Pot-Roast and Duck Fried Rice :) – Too bad I didn't order either one, but my friend did, and he shared it with the rest of the group. I ordered the Asian Pear Endive salad and celery soup. Both were very disappointing. The salad was sliced asian pears with a tiny piece of humboltd fog cheese and the soup was kind of bland and tasteless. The sundae dessert was okay, but nothing spectacular. It's definitely not what I'd expected.
Very dissapointed. Not worth the money at all. – I have eaten at Jar four or five times by now, but this last time I was so disappointed, I will never return. My pork chop was not only too rare to eat, but so salty-- I had to send it back. The asian pear-endive salad was terrible as were the overly-vinegared brussel sprouts. Our waiter was okay and the sommelier was knowlegable, but the quality of the food was totally under-whelming and unmemorable. Everything was over-salted, without much else happening on the flavor front. The house chocolate pudding was lousy, and we paid $15 for a piece of gingerbread cake with some powdered sugar on top. The bill was ridiculously high. I don't mind spending money on a good meal, but Jar has definately gone downhill. I'd rather grill a steak at home any day of the week.
Seemlessly Wonderful – We've been meaning to go to Jar for a long time, it has a great reputation and a friend of ours actually owns the building (not the restaurant though).
We didn't have a reservation but the host was very accommodating even though the place was full so we had a short wait at the bar to enjoy perfect matinis. Our waiter was the right balance of attentive yet not overbearing. My partner had the filet and loved it (he's very picky). I had the ribeye and aside from hitting some grizzle it was very good, maybe they could have taken more care when they trimmed the meat but now I'm the picky one. We both had the lobster bernaise on our steaks and, well, it sent us to heaven! Get the crab devilled eggs!
Great food, great service – Heard from couple friends about this place and I was equally impressed.
The food was excellent and so was the waiter. I recommend the Filet and Garlic Fries.
This restaurant is definitely at the top of my list of favs.
Great service and food – I actually didnt expect much from this restaurant since I havent heard anything about it. Ive always drove by and was a little curious to check it out so my boyfriend and I went to check it out friday night. We got seated promptly even though it was busy and we were 15 minutes early. The service was amazing. Our food was even better. The best dish was the signature potroast. It just melts in your mouth. The wine was amazing too!
Great food, WORST SERVICE IN THE WORLD! – My husband and I dined at Jar last weekend and thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere as well as the food, until the bill came. The check was for double what we ordered! We calmly told our waiter who assured us it would be fixed. Twenty minutes later, another bill is put in front of us, which was not ours at all. Finally, an hour later we were able to sign the check and leave. I only wish the story ended there. We found out days later that our credit card was charged 3 different amounts. After speaking with two different managers, an account, and the general manager the matter was handled. No one apologized to us or even offered a measly free dessert for our next visit. I will never go back and recommend it to no one.
Best restaurant in Los Ange;es – I have been to Jar 6 times in the past 6 weeks. It has been amazing every time. The lobster appetizer special is a standout, the tomato and sweet onion salad is great, the steaks are the best in the city, and the chicken and pork dishes are amazing too. The wine selection is fantastic. The sommelier, who works every night but tuesday and wednesday, is very friendly and helpful. The service is wondeful altogether -- very fast and the waiters always have great recommendations.
This is the best restaurant in Los Angeles.
The best part about Jar was Weinerschnitzel – A date and I went to Jar the other night expecting the best, unfortunately the best was not to be found at Jar- it was found at Weinerschnitzel later where we downed ice cream in plastic baseball helmets. Upon arriving at Jar were seated at the far corner of the empty restaurant by the friendly hostess and promptly served by a very professional waitress. The table at the corner must have been a round table with the flaps tucked under- obstructing my 51 legs from crossing under it. The decor was bland and dark, contrasting oddly to the brightness from the open windows at 6pm. It was plain, decorated like the den of a middle aged cigar smoker, with light jazz being played in the background soothing us to sleep. The food specials were explained to us in a way we for sure didnt understand, but pretended to. We got a lobster appetizer, which was surprisingly small and although it had a lot of fancy spices- it just tasted weirdly raw and unappetizing- we were starving and didnt finish it. Then our main courses came. I ordered a salad, my date a steak. Our jaws dropped when my salad arrived. It was my main course and I could see more of the tiny plate then I could see food. It was three leaves of lettuce, 3 nuts and 1/3 peach sliced. It tasted delicious for the whole 3 minutes it took me to eat it. My dates steak was tiny and came with no sides, but ? an onion with fancy crumbing on top. He cut it and his medium steak dripped all over the plate. Thankfully I was starving so I ate what he couldnt bear to. When the dessert menus where placed in front of us we were just too full to order any. The bill was over $80 and we were starving. We began to drool over the prospect of Weinerschnitszel ice cream sundaes. We ate them, they were great.
Fantastic food – We ordered salads, which were very delicious and original, but the entrees were fantastic. The kobe-style hangar steak was fantastic, and the rib-eye, although a bit rarer than the ordered medium-well, was very, very good. Sides of creamed corn and purple yams were excellent. Service was excellent - our waitress was a professional, who was unintrusive but helpful.
It was a bit noisy (on friday night), but not objectionably so. The older reviews below make it sound like it used to be a lot worse....
We will definitely be back to Jar soon.
Great Service, Delicious Food – Loved everything about this place. The food, service, and setting were all amazing. Everyone in my party enjoyed our wonderful meals. We will definitely be back (and soon)!
fantastic – everything was amazing form the service to the meal. impeccable!! the braised meats are suuperb! might be a little heavy on a hot or summer day but in general i loved everything would definitely recomend it!!
jar was great – i found jar to be excellent. our server was so good i dont think i can say one bad thing. her recommendations were great and she was attentive but not in your face. the food was just as good. i had steak it was a 10. check this place out
Go for the Pot Roast! – I had an iceberg lettuce wedge with blue cheese dressing and red onions. My bf had the beet salad, which he enjoyed but commented that it could have been larger serving. I ordered their pot roast. My bf had the Coq au Vin. We decided to share the side of purple yams.
Their pot roast just melted in my mouth, and was incredibly delicious. My bf enjoyed his chicken and the purple yams were good!
For dessert we chose the lemon tart and chocolate pudding. The tart had just the right consistency with whipped cream to take off the edge of tartness. The pudding is thick, almost like a mousse and the chocolate flavor just pops in your mouth.
We spent about 2 hours at Jar and it wasnt even half full when we left, so Sundays are a great time to go if you want a quiet meal.
Feels like you are in a Jar – Food was good. Service very prompt and friendly. Too much salt in everything though. I came home looking for water. Banana creme pie is overrated in the Citysearch overview. It's a dry, semi-sweet crust filled with fresh banana, some pudding and a lot of whipped creme. Strawberry shortcake looked much better. The catch at this place is it's NOISY. Small space, low ceilings and all hard surfaces. Our heads were pounding before we were done. They need to ditch some of the formica and wood for fabric to soak up the decibels. We wouldn't go back for that reason alone. Otherwise, a good place. Especially if you are not on a low sodium diet.
Wonderful brunch in comfortable setting – The last time I was at Jar, the seats were uncomfortable and it was too noisy - making it difficult to enjoy the overall experience. My recent visit for brunch, however, was quite pleasant. They have redecorated the interior to include warm woods, soft fabrics in pleasing tones, and Robert Greene artwork on the walls. Our service for brunch was very attentive and helpful. And the brunch itself: delicious! A bit pricey, but the experience was worth it.
A different Jar – I went to Jar a few years ago when it first opened and when I went back last night, WOW, I didn't recognize the place! The decor used to be modern and sleek, with pastel colors. Now, it looks like a supper club, with dark leather booths and chairs. The vibe is very different and the crowd was a bit older, none of which is a bad thing. I think the change in the decor has helped the noise factor. The dining room was busy but not loud. The service was pleasant and the food was good. Try the char sui pork chop.
overrated overall – The restaurant is incredibly noisy. Service was off-- tough to even get water glasses refilled. What was supposed to be a medium-well steak came to the table distinctly rare. A deboned fish was served up with 4-5 good sized bones.The lauded pot roast was fine, but doesn't live up to the hype. The sides were rather unremarkable-- the asparagus we had was down right tough. Desserts, however, were terrific. Overall, unimpressive especially for the cost.
A Fantastic Experience – The food here is wonderful! Suzanne is a truly gifted chef. Everything I've ordered here has been excellent, from the Rib eye steak or pot roast, to the braised pork belly or steamed mussels. I've never been disappointed! It's the kind of food you crave for and leaves an impression on your palate. The service is extremely attentive and very friendly. I love this restaurant.
It's good but ... – Let's see: apetizers - excellent; entree's - good; dessert - good. In any other restaurants, those ratings ought to be good enough for a recommendation. However, this is JAR. Obviously, I was expecting more, a lot more. Plus, sitting in those uncomfortable plastic chair for 3 hours didn't enhance the dining pleasure. Furthermore, JAR has to be the noisest restaurant I've ever been. We were glad to be out of the place at the end. Our experience at the JAR is like President Reagan's comment to Bishop Tutu: So so.
brunch is only okay, not great – weve been for dinner in the past and have always enjoyed our meals. we tried brunch the other day. the menu is very limited. maybe well stick to dinner? i've always liked the space and the bar's great.
Fabulous! – Excellent food and unobtrusive service. The pork chop and filet of beef are top notch. A bit of a wait between the appetizer and the main course, but it was worth the wait.
Easter brunch was fantastic. This place is such a find. We've eaten there at least a half dozen times in the last year and have never been disappointed.
I wish they could put JAR in a jar! – I was treated to JAR for my birthday and was absolutely delighted. The food was delicious and well-prepared, the drinks were strong, and the service was extremely attentive and friendly. I liked the restaurant's "space" as well - very welcoming and, on a weeknight at least, not too loud or bustling. Dessert was fantastic and my overall experience was extremely positive. The food is definitely not cheap, but you get the kind of service you are paying for. I highly recommend JAR.
Outstanding – I have been going to this restaurant consistantly since the opening...and that's a word that describes the food it...CONSISTANT! The food is always prepared the way I ask, service is impecable.
This is not a "trendy" restaurant, however a good crowd just the same.
I salivate all week thinking about the bone-in New York. The sides are always good....try the fries.
The staffis always friendly and willing to help.