I cannot agree more...I was there on Saturday night and when I left I had the very uncomfortable feeling of being soaked. It's not just the menu pricing, but beware of anything that does not have a definitive price. Example? ...how about a Kettle one vodka and soda....$15 plus tax?....are you serious?.....how about a dozen "market price" oysters....these were tiny, probably 120ct....$72?....that's right, Seventy two dollars.....for that money I should definitely not be crunching on shells, which I was with the first one I put in my mouth...
Although the meats were of very high quality, and cooked as ordered, the sides and accompanying sauces were very over-salted and uninspiring.
Dinner for TWO with a $88 bottle of wine, tax and tip, no dessert or coffee....$500.....FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
It really is not about the money....we go to the best places in town, including Bymark, Splendido, Colboune Lane, Kaji, Cava...
I would not rush back, even if someone else was picking up the tab.
I've heard BBQ Gourmet is quite good...I think I saw them on the wedding show Rich Bride Poor Bride