The dim lighting and black tablecloths (a sleek look, until the crusty loaf of bread arrives) of KOP’s Sullivan’s belie the downright jovial atmosphere of the dining room, which attracts as many after-work outings as dinner dates. Sometimes the restaurant tries too hard, and sometimes not hard enough (the patter of the young, eager waiter is more food court than fine dining), but the calamari is perfectly crisp, and the steaks, particularly the well-marbled rib eye, are solid. Niche: The not-so-serious serious steakhouse. Signature steak: 20-ounce bone-in Kansas City strip. The tab: Steaks $30 (eight-ounce filet) to $40 (24-ounce porterhouse); sides average $7.58. Wine list: Good depth and variety on offer, with plenty to try by the glass at reasonable prices. Look to “Other Interesting Reds” for tempting deals, like Coriole’s $50 Australian grenache/shiraz.
Thought the girls skirts were way too short and sent a bad message when you are there with kids or trying to take your boss out. Why do you have to sell sex to be or try to be a good food place. I noticed the men were totally clothed. Why do you choose to sell women out and why are they letting you? We will never be back nor will we suggest this high price sex driven place to anyone we know You are now off the list of food places to ever go. Change the dress and maybe you will change my mind. You are just asking for trouble. That is sad. Posted by Raye: Jan. January 20th, 2010 at 8:17 AM