Went there for the first time ever today for lunch there today with two friends; ordered the shrimp cocktail, creamed spinach, hash browns and a 28oz porterhouse for myself (billed as a "steak for two" but considering the fact that my friends both wanted burgers/had no desire to eat a steak done blue, as a I like it, I had it myself). I liked the complete unpretentiousness of the place, the efficient waiters, the amazing sides and shrimp cocktail. And, of course, the quality and doneness of the steak itself were superb. That said, does anyone else get kind of nauseated by the greasiness of the steak? The piece of meat itself is easily the best non-Kobe/specialty beef I've ever had, but the fact that it sits in a puddle of grease/melted butter really took away from it and knocked it down a notch in my opinion. Is anyone else bothered by this/entertain thoughts that Luger's is overrated because of it?