This swanky modern steakhouse checks all the boxes: top-grade steaks and chops, a raw bar, a robust beverage program. It’s got a lot of panache, but in the sea of Dallas steakhouses, it stands out mainly for its location: perched high atop Reunion Tower, in the space once occupied by Wolfgang Puck’s Five Sixty, its dining room boasts panoramic views of the city’s skyline and western expanse (but unlike its predecessor, it doesn’t rotate, which is likely a relief for motion-sensitive stomachs). We enjoyed the Fuji Tuna Roll; it subbed pickled Fuji apple slices and soy paper for the expected nori wrapper and skipped the rice, putting the tuna front and center. Creamy-textured croquettes of finely ground A5 Wagyu beef were amped up with a mustard-spiked aioli. Our Duroc pork chop was marbled, juicy, and generously sized; adding on the chimichurri sauce was well worth the $4. For our sides, we decided against the decadent-sounding Mac & Cheese Waffle, opting instead for a “flight” of vegetables: roasted baby carrots with a smidge of harissa and mint, asparagus with chopped Medjool dates, and buttery mashed potatoes. A huge slice of fluffy Basque cheesecake afforded more time to savor the view.