Josh Woodward rates this 8 / 10:
Toledo's most legendary house of meat worship. This is an old-school steakhouse; don't expect any fancy arugula salads or French pan sauces. The meat delivers: very tender and flavorful, dry-aged and great quality. The 14 ounce New York strip steak ($25ish) - their specialty - was very flavorful. The 7 ounce filet mignon ($25ish) was melt-in-your-mouth tender. The bread was good, but the rest of the sides were below average. The salad was an iceburg fest, onion straws were fairly cold and too breaded, and the fries were downright oily. The atmosphere is dark and romantic, but not pretentious. The prices are high, but not out of line for the quality. Definitely worth a try!