Open Table Reservation for 3 @ 5pm on a Thursday Arrived at 4pm for "Happy Hour" in lounge. Ordered "Lavender Kiss" and 2 Miller Lites. 2 appetizers, Mushroom/beef and bacon-wrapped dates. Small plates china and cloth napkins for serving. I had previewed the menu earlier. So, I knew I wanted that Lavender Kiss cocktail. What a buzzkill when the bartender told me they were out after the 1st drink, Ok, a 2 hour Happy Hour on a weekday, and they are already out of a signature drink??? Price was a tad over $44, I paid cash of $52, I think. Once we got to the dining room, it got a little nosy with the millennial's partying. Dinner @ 5pm. Nice quiet dining room, near a huge fireplace. (Too close to lounge, see above) Service was timely, well-paced, but not intrusive. Prices were not cheap but a lot less than strip prices. Huge ribeye about 1-in thick was $41 NY strip was $43 There also was a salmon dish, I was going to order, until I noticed it had crawfish tails on it. Everything else was a-la-cart. Dishes were large enough to share. My $7 asparagus dish was excellent, as were the steaks, as ordered. The onion soup looked divine. Something I may have to try later. Desserts were bread pudding and raspberry champagne sorbet. Both were excellent. Total bill was $187, which I charged to my room, which was then comped via play. Tip was 20%. Would I go again? Probably, or just use the lounge for a drink and app. I still want to try the Cornerstone Steakhouse @ Gold Coast.