Set in generic strip-mall digs, this steakhouse is popular with the 9-to-5 crowd and weekend diners alike.. The Scene
Hidden away in a forgettable shopping mall at Keystone at the Crossing, this steakhouse is a reliable neighborhood eatery with simple cuisine. It's not luxurious, but comfortable, with service to match. Many locals stop in for dependable dinners and drinks after a trying day at the office.
Although steak is favored on the a la carte menu, there are plenty of fresh seafood specialties to choose from. Rare seared tuna is the perfect way to enter a daunting meat-and-potatoes meal, and it's a great alternative to the simple salads offered. Choose your steaks wisely: The petite filet can taste ordinary next to the tender New York strip topped with rich and creamy b?arnaise sauce. A pair of perfectly seared pork chops served with garlicky mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables stands out. Desserts are not made in-house, but are trustworthy.