Bone in rib eye for two, mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, hollandaise and bordelaise sauces with Barolo.
Deconstructed banana pudding (bottom)** Caramel pretzel (top) with Sauternes.
Post dessert of cookies.
Don’t get me wrong, this was a very good meal. But compared to the meal we had last year at John Tesar’s other, now closed restaurant, Spoon, this was fairly meh. There are literally a trillion other fine steakhouses in Dallas and, unless I am willing to buy an once or two of their 240 day dry aged beef*, there was little here to compel a return visit.
*I was not.