Boasting a classic Hollywood western motif, this steakhouse ropes in locals with its upscale cuisine and down-home vibe. Chef Victor Jimenez's meat-centric American menu is big on hormone-free, grass-fed beef; sustainable seafood; and organic, locally sourced produce. Stars include sweetbreads, braised lamb short ribs, and a 35-day dry-aged, bone-in strip steak. Chocolate bread pudding is a must for dessert. The warm, dimly-lit space welcomes diners with a fireplace, leather booths, raw wood beams and exposed brick walls dotted with old black and white publicity shots of movie star cowboys like John Wayne and Gene Autry. Other funky accents—a cowhide settee, saddle-shaped patio chairs, cow skulls—add to the playful, laid-back ambience. A full bar offers a California-heavy wine list and innovative, seasonal cocktails whipped up by Garth Flood, one of the city's favorite bartenders. There's even an in-house full-service butcher shop that provides the same meats from the menu for take-home cooking.