Tuesday, September 2, 2008
An Evening at The Falls Prime Steakhouse
above: Just past the entry to The Falls is the martini bar. The walls have large plates of glass with water cascading down (hence the name). My Cosmopolitan martini was delicious! They serve their martinis with dry ice so they "smoke" which is great fun.
above left: a starter plate with Ahi Tuna, Skewered Beef and Shrimp Tempura. I forgot all the fancy sauces and such, but it was delicious. I also liked this salad with the fresh avocado and bacon bits.
above: I love having a true Cesar Salad prepared table side from scratch. It's theatre in the making!
above left: We had several bottles of exquisite wines. above right: I selected the NY Strip steak, which is very unusual for me, as I typically prefer a Fillet cut. I chose the strip because it was natural, free of growth hormones and was grass fed happy cows. It was a close to organic meat as I was going to get, and I'm glad I did. It was a delicious cut.
above: we had several of the usual "steakhouse sides" Macaroni and Cheese, Asparagus, and creamed Spinach (not shown here).
above: then for dessert, I chose Bananas Foster, prepared table side with lots of flames and liquor. However when it arrived at the table I was so excited I forgot to take a photo of it, and just dug right in! So you'll have to take my word, it was beautifully served in a martini glass over a scoop or vanilla ice cream. Mmmmmmm.
I was very impressed with the evening and appreciated how well the staff treated us, when the $400 bill was completely comped as part of the certificate. It sent a message to me that the owner of the restaurant who donated the certificate to the charity did so with the intention of truly supporting charity and without regard for profit. They earned a new customer in The Palm Springs Savant.
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