I really wanted to like this restaurant as I live nearby and it is very convenient. Unfortunately, it just didn't make the grade for me.
Sat myself at the bar (there was nobody at the hostess desk at 530pm on a Thursday) and was given the menus by the bartender who could not have appeared more indifferent if he tried. That is, except when looking after the chap next to me who apparently was just introduced to him as his new boss. After getting me a glass of wine, was left alone for at least 10 minutes while he looked after his new boss quite well, and a few other tables around me, and chatted up the waitress. If it was not for the fact that his new boss was seated right beside me, I probably would have quite sarcastically asked him if he was EVER going to take my order.
Finally, he takes my order with the same monotone voice he used all night, explaining that entrees come both a la carte AND with sides, I opt for the 1/2 chicken with baked potato and sauteed' mushrooms. The food took a while to come but was quite tasty. However, the 1/2 chcken was easily the smallest I've ever seen. More like a 1/2 cornish hen. The mushrooms were great, and the baked potato as well, although no butter came with it nor was offered.
I remember the menu saying that extra bread is 50 cents (pretty silly for a place that tries to be a high end steakhouse if you ask me) so knew that bread was supposed to come with my entree. When I ask if it is not supposed to come with bread, the response is "I can bring you bread". So the bread comes (two cheap rolls, not impressed) and while I'm finishing my second roll the manager comes by and just takes away my plate with the butter on it I'm still eating.
The space itself is quite nice, and the bar area very attractive, with exposed brick, good quality tv's for the game, but I left disappointed. I'll probably give them another shot, before giving up and continuing my search for a new hangout in the area.