We started our meal at Jacobs with Prosciutto di Parma (apple, toscano cheese) and the Jacobs Caesar Salad, prepared by your tableside as noted in the menu assembled in front of you, the proper way of serving according to traditional belief. The Spanish white anchovy is the modern addition and you have the option of adding bacon. We also ordered the Duck Fat French Fried Potatoes to share among the three of us. It was delicious, just forget about counting your calories – who cares.
For the main, Joe and I shared the 8 oz USDA Prime Black Angus Aged 41 days Tenderloin served medium, nice and pink. Aside from the fries, we also had 2 other side dishes – Mushrooms and Broccolini. Served in decent portion, perfect for sharing.
Dinner doesn’t end after dessert, everyone gets a chocolate chip muffin to go for next morning’s breakfast, something you can remember them by – a nice little souvenir.
We went during a weeknight, quieter then usual, thank goodness there was someone to greet us when we arrived to show us the way, otherwise it might take us a while to find the dining room.
Dinner for 3 with beer and dessert was around $240