By far the best steaks my wife and I have ever had - by far, and that includes the best local steakhouses like Rathbun’s and Bone’s, as well as out-of-state legends like Peter Luger’s. We ordered the bone-in filet and the porcini-rubbed bone-in ribeye with 15-year aged balsamic. Each had a unique, distinct flavor, and both topped the list of best steaks we’ve ever had. Whoever was on the grill that night clearly knew their stuff - or maybe it’s always that way (this was our first visit). The au gratin potatoes were excellent, melt-in-your-mouth with a crispy topping, though ultimately (to me) they couldn’t top a serving of really first-rate mashed potatoes; the asparagus I, understandably, hardly paid attention to. The dim, well-appointed interior, perched eight stories above the streets of Buckhead, provides great ambiance, and Daniel, or server, was flawless, providing just the right level of attention without being either intrusive or lacking, unhesitatingly recommending the very best options and surprising us with a couple of glasses of champagne to go with the truly amazing coconut creme pie we ordered for dessert. When the check came in at right at $200 for everything including a bottle of wine, we immediately agreed that it was worth every penny. For perfection, it was a bargain. This is what fine dining is supposed to be.