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Posted by Anonymous on 04/21/2008
I went to dinner here last Saturday and was pleasantly surprised with how great the food was. I chose this place because of the location and i was looking for a trendy fun atmosphere for dinner. It was perfect atmosphere and the food was great. We started with the foie gras french toast and shrimp krispies. Both were good but the french toast was standout. Then we had the filet which comes with a yummy stk sauce. We ordered he parmesean truffle fries, creamed spinach and mac and cheese, the sides were just ok. For dessert we ordered the chocolate peanut butter smore and it was soooo good! would definitely recommend. the lamb was good as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/26/2008
i was so excited when i first walked into the place. it was so nice and the atmosphere was great. once the food came though i was majorly disappointed. don't go here for steak. my steak was burnt and tasted all charcoly. the dessert was very good though. the appetizers were ok but nothing worth paying for.
Posted by Ernest M. Skinner on 11/03/2007
This "restaurant of the moment" features average steaks, some tasty unique smaller dishes, outrageous prices, and a comical crowd of caricatures who think they might have a brush with glamor. They won't. For an appetizer, definitely do the French Toast Foie Gras; you won't find it elsewhere, and they haven't ruined it with cilantro like their other stuff. The steaks aren't bad, but they're inferior to places like Knickerbocker (or even Outback, I'm afraid). Cocktails are insultingly overpriced, but the wines are quite good. The place is noisy to the point of violence, and you will lose your voice if you attempt a conversation. That's what made it so unpleasant and will prevent a return. Will these people never learn? Maybe one of their gloomy, never-booked, private dining rooms upstairs is in order if you want to speak with other humans. Desserts are very rich, and will serve two to four people. A brutally exhausting comment on our culture, but heck, you might want to try it once just to say you've been there. Or just have four peaceful, decent meals elsewhere for the same price.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/11/2007
went for dinner last night, rice krispies shrimp was great, on-the-bone ribeye was good but fatty. tried just about everyside in the house and they were all pretty damn good. desserts were unbelievable -and I never get dessert.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/27/2007
my boyfriend took me here for my birthday and it was the absolute best. service, atmosphere, everything. the waiter constantly checked on us and the food was to die for. def take ur partner here, u cant go wrong!!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/24/2007
An overall very good experience. Our waitress TK was great..very nice and helpful. the 10-oz filet was perfectly cooked and had a nice blu cheese dip on the side. The bar is a good looking place too...I would definitely go again.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/17/2007
Had a great time at STK. Went for a friend's birthday, and everything was perfect. The service was impeccable. For appetizers we had the shrimp rice krispies thing, steak tartar and the cold seafood platter. It was all super fresh and super delicious. I had the petite filet mignon for dinner, which was really good. The mac and cheese was yum. Didn't love the truffle fries, but everything else was great. And has this really yummy peanut butter thing for dessert. The atmosphere was really cool. Would recommend it.