The calamari was awesome; a hint of sea salt, not oily and the dipping sauce had a little spice to it. I ordered lobster bisque, which was a bit on the thick side and does not have any actual pieces of lobster in it - a little disappointing. My husband ordered the ribeye, medium, and it came out well. He didn't want to complain too much, but for a $68 ribeye you expect that it's going to be good correctly. They did not ask if he wanted it marinated or blackened, so my husband asked; waitress said they don't do a marinade and it's already lightly blackened. Weird for a steakhouse not to have a marinade option. I ordered the filet mignon dinner with creamed spinach and garlic mashed potatoes. The filet was cooked perfectly, but they blackened the top and bottom of the steak, which I didn't ask for. I've never had a filet mignon 'blackened' before, and it wasn't exactly what I expected. Potatoes and spinach were really very good.
Beer selection is minimal: no blue moon, no true lagers. Definitely more a wine type of atmosphere.
Rug was a bit frayed near our table, but overall decorated nicely.
Not the BEST steakhouse, but it wasn't bad either.