Hi - long time lurker, first time poster. I have a question regarding higher end steakhouses and sharing plates. My sister and I ate at Carnevino last year and shared everything - the lobster sashimi appetizer, another appetizer I can't recall, a pasta, the filet and a dessert. I think the filet was a larger size (12 oz?) than the 8 oz that I currently see on the menu. We did order our own drinks and glasses of wine. Sharing did not seem to be a problem (or at least, we were not made to feel like we were doing something wrong). We'll be in Vegas next month and are considering trying either Delmonico's or Gordon Ramsay. However, I've been looking at their steak offerings and they seem so huge - even the 8 oz cuts are somewhat large for us on a per person basis, considering that we also like to order appetizers, salad or a couple of sides and dessert. I'm assuming that the bone in cuts, once you subtract the bone weight leaves about 8 oz. of meat. So my question is that for either of these restaurants, is sharing frowned upon? We don't like to feel stuffed at the end of the meal, nor would we like to leave large amounts of food on the plate because we can't finish it. However, we also don't want to do something that's going to be frowned on. It's not strictly a matter of trying to be cheap, though I guess money does play a factor because wasted food = wasted money. If you could provide some insight, I would appreciate it.