The Gage Hotel complex is impressive, with its canopied patio and cowhide chairs, and the hotel restaurant lays the Wild West theme on thick. Big meat is what you would expect to find on the menu, and it’s there. Unfortunately, the kitchen seems to have a problem figuring out how to cook all that flesh. We started off with a sirloin kebab, big chunks of beef that were nicely charred on the outside but squishy-rare inside. An entrée of pork shanks found the meat dry and rather tasteless. Better was the filet: well marbled and tasty, but medium instead of the medium-rare we ordered, and sided by small potatoes lacking in any distinction, which is unexpected at these prices.