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The tag line is "Not your daddy's steakhouse," and it's true. If traditional old steak houses share attributes with traditional old red wines (dark and heavy, with strong notes of leather, oak, and tobacco), STK is like a spritzer: cool and bubbly, a frivolous sip not to be taken seriously. With a DJ spinning oldies that in most cases are goodies, it's fun, fun, fun till Daddy â€” or not Daddy â€” takes the T-bone away. In fact, that T-bone might be the least impressive part of this place. Steaks are tasty but lack the wow factor of old-fashioned steak-house meats. The steaks come "small" (six to eight ounces, $19 to $24), "medium" (10 to 20 ounces, $38 to $46), and "large" (24 to 34 ounces, $48 to $72). A5 Kobe steak is offered at $25 per ounce with a six-ounce minimum. There are good eats, however, such as a signature starter of Japanese Wagyu sliders; grilled octopus over mango escabeche; and "porterhouse" lamb loin chops. At meal's end, try the chocolate s'mores with peanut butter ice cream. We wanted s'more of that dessert and will surely return for s'more of STK's lively lounge scene. When we want a great steak, we'll probably stick with Daddy.