I have eaten here a number of times, it is right down the street from my firm. I generally have been impressed with the food and service, but have noticed the wine is really on the high side. I often notice 3x markups over retail cost for bottles, however today I was blown away.
They had a wine on the menu they referred to as Jillaroo Syrah from Australia, for 10 dollars a glass (I should add I am an avid oenophile). After tasting it, I was convinced that it was not 100% Shiraz, but instead what the Aussies call GSM (Grenache, Shiraz, Mouvedre). So I found the botte on the wall, and double checked it with the wine list and 2 servers. In this case it was a GSM but the M stood for Mataro not Mouvedre. I then proceeded to google it on my phone, because I had never heard of the wine and it did not seem like a 10 dollar glass.
What I found blew me away, this wine was RETAILING for 7-9 dollars a bottle. At the most 1 dollar more then I had just paid for a glass. It was one of the most expensive wines on the list and they were drastically overcharging customers, with an average 4 glasses (little over 6 ounce pour) this wine was marked up by almost 600%. Worst of all, from my perspective, they were passing of a 7 dollar bottle as "premium wine", just because no one had ever heard of it before. I noticed a similar mark up on a bottle of Rioja. But at least in that case they were not "fudging" on the name of the wine.
Moral of the story, not a bad place but bring your own wine. Even with a high corkage fee, you don't have to worry about being passed cheap wine for high prices.
Pros: Foods good, service is good
Cons: Wine list is deceiving and over priced