The steak looks good from far, but it was bland and flavorless, and if you know a good cut of meat, you can tell by looking at this meat that it was not good...a cheap, tough cut for sure.
We waited too long for everything. It took fifteen minutes for anyone to finally approach, making the first server/customer contact. Then it took forever to get our drinks, forever to get our food ordered, forever to get our food and forever to get our ticket to get out of there.
The bar crowd was hopping and there was a guy dressed in a chef's coat, but he was entertaining the bar crowd and hanging out with friends, surely he wasn't THE chef...I've never seen a chef like this before if he was...they're usually in the kitchen putting out fresh ingredient dishes. No way is this place to be taken seriously as a upscale or fine dining restaurant and it is NOT a bistro for sure. Far from it.
If there is something someone can recommend I'd go back, but really, if there are only a couple of items I missed that were good, then...what's the point.
The best advice I can give the owner of this establishment is to research the restaurant industry... know what the terms mean, and know food period. Hire a professional chef and create a menu that caters to the name of your restaurant. Or, just stay in the bar/club business because that part of the business was a success. It looked like fun and possibly a place I'd go to just drink. Infuzion Bar & Grill might be a more suitable name.