For dinner on New Years Eve, our family headed to the I.D to try teppanyaki at Ironsteak. If you're unfamiliar with this style, its when you cook your own meat in a sizzling pan in front of you. Some places put on a show where they cook the food in front of you. But this was our first experience with teppanyaki where we cooked the meat ourselves, and I found it not only tasty, but fun. My husband and I both had the Sirloin steak with rice and corn. He added an egg to his and I added some shrimp. We also tried the honey wings. Our sons shared ours because the servings were pretty large. I had a glass of Cabernet and he had a beer. The concept is fast/casual, where you order and pay at the counter, then they bring you your drinks and food. The mural on the wall was awesome and we also enjoyed the music, playing all our fav pop songs. There are three different sauces for your meat, a spicy chili, a garlic one that was really light, and a pineapple teriyaki sauce that I used and found it to really enhance the flavors of the sirloin nicely. Don't forget about the dessert. They have a sundae made with pound cake and topped with ice cream, and a caramel sauce that the server poured tableside. Yes, you guessed it. That was my favorite part. Happy New Year 2017!