To their credit, their steaks were very good and correctly cooked. Where the Top Shelf moniker is misleading is in the level of service. No tablecloths, but linen napkins. The wait person was late with the salad then showed up much too soon with the entries. All those little things one expects at a Top Shelf restaurant. The food was good, a filet and a sirloin, the roasted baby potatoes were just that, nothing to enhance them. The mac & cheese was penni pasta and cheese. What happened to noodles? Don't get me wrong. The meal was fine, but not Top Shelf. The prices, however, are much closer to that level.