|The cover of the menu. This place is in downtown Bellevue; pretty cute, kind of tucked away in a slower part of Bellevue downtown...|
|Here's looking out from our SW corner seat at the night street.|
|There's the French Dip on the menu. $10. I got a salad with strawberries for an extra $2. Odd that there is ABSOLUTELY NO description of what the French Dip is, but it turns out that it's prime rib with provolone on French bread, pressed in the panini press.|
|Their happy hour menu is pretty good and the place seemed pretty popular on Foursquare.|
|They have "Wine Flights" which are pretty fun. I got the White Sampler and enjoyed it. Jessica had the Bubble Up! and enjoyed it. We were using a coupon we had received from Restaurant.com.|
|The view from our table. It's nice inside, kind of fancy, clean. The patrons seemed "cool" and happy. The waitress, Krystal, was very helpful and nice.|
|There's the French Dip. You can see the cheese, grill marks, "fancy toothpicks", herbed au jus (think of The Keg), and the nice-looking salad with gourmet greens and strawberries on top. I am basically pleased with the dip although it is about the size of the Arby's French dip, which is smallish.|
|A closer (and blurry) look at the sandwich. Sorry for the bad pic. You can see the grilled bread and melted cheese. The meat was a bit too salty but it was good.|
|The herbed jus, which was very good. It has oil-sheen to it, which is good and a very nice, delicate flavor.|
- Good, semi-soft but not too soft bread, grilled with panini marks. 4 of 5.
- Thin, cold-cut style salty prime rib, not too much of it. 3 of 5.
- Provolone cheese that didn't add or subtract. 3 of 5.
- 5 of 5. Really good jus, herby, nice.
- 4 of 5. Nice sandwich, good, too small. Too salty of prime rib and too thin-cut, reminding me of deli meat.
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