[The cheesecake is prepared with ricotta and mascarpone, then glazed with burnt sugar on top.]
The Wagyu beef for Eddie's Burger had caught my companion's eye online earlier in the day. Featuring two, 4-ounce patties, it arrived on a shining bun piled high with beautifully melded layers of caramelized onion, mushrooms, Gruyere cheese, creamy horseradish, lettuce, tomato and rosemary au jus. It was cooked exactly to order, and he raved about the melt-in-your-mouth flavor. The vegetable chips made fresh in-house were colorful in their variety and perfectly prepared. The other choices of sides extend to house potatoes, apple radish slaw or leafy green salad.
The Eddie's Burger is listed on the lunch menu, but our server kindly made it appear for dinner. The Social Burger and Famous Prime Dip are the official dinner sandwiches, the latter featuring slow-roasted prime rib, arugula, tomato and horseradish on a Philly roll.
I was torn between fish and lamb ragu gnocchi, but couldn't resist the herb-marinated Chicken Limone with artichoke, garlic and lemon caper butter sauce. Two tender chicken breasts were served on a bed of mashed potatoes and asparagus, surrounded by the delectable sauce for soaking up all the morsels. The dish was generously portioned, and because I had promised myself to leave room for dessert and cappuchino, I had wonderful leftovers for lunch the next day.