Between frenzied flings with wasabi foam, foie gras ice cream, and other frivolous foods, diners regularly return to the safe and steady steak house. They do so for the sidecar martinis, shrimp cocktail, and oysters on the half-shell; for gargantuan steaks, Buick-size baked potatoes, and wodgy wedges of iceberg lettuce glopped with blue cheese dressing; for mile-high cheesecake and key lime pie — at a tab of $$$$$. So consistent, so reliable, so comforting in its predictability. No frills, ills, or unexpected thrills. The Grill on the Alley is... More >>>