Star chef Michael Mina's first steakhouse is also his first slight misstep. It's not that the food is bad, because it isn't. But at prices this extreme ($50 for a 10oz filet mignon, eight bucks for a side of baked potato), it really needs to be dazzling, and it's rarely quite that good. The slow-poached prime rib is the best bet, but that said, do try and save room for the supreme desserts. The open-plan restaurant area can get pretty loud when it's busy, which is reasonably often.