After a few delays, Halls Chophouse's Columbia location began dinner service earlier this week.
The high-end steakhouse, which has locations in Charleston and Greenville, took over and renovated the space formerly occupied by The Oak Table, a transition announced in May.
Halls specializes in both wet-aged and dry-aged steaks, with steak prices ranging from $44 for an eight-ounce filet mignon to $115 for a 36-ounce porterhouse. Other dishes include veal chops, and the $98 seafood tower for four. You can check out the menu here.
For now, the restaurant is opening at 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Eventually it'll be open for lunch and brunch as well, per a Facebook post.
Reservations are available via Resy.