My wife and son stopped by for dinner... It was the day of their Halloween Party. I love Halloween-n-stuff, but I wasn't up for their party on this day. We arrived about 17:00 and sat on the third floor, which is half inside, half outside. This time of year, bring a jacket. The only problem I had with the atmosphere is the music is too loud. I hate having to talk over loud music... They said the "band" didn't start until 20:00. The 2nd floor was hosting a private party, the dining room on the first floor was full when we arrived. The Brussel Sprouts are very tasty. My son and I split a Tour of New Orleans. The Blackened Grouper was excellent. I'll be getting that next time. The crab cake is not a lump crab cake. The Gumbo is decent, the grits are good, the corn is good. The Loaded Tots were good. My wife got the Bacon Cheese Burger. That was very good, however, it did come out under cooked with no bacon. They did get her a corrected burger, and said they would take it off the check, but did not take it off the check. Overall, it was good and worth going back. I'll make a reservation next time and sit in the dining room.
My wife and I just found our new favorite date night spot! Between the delicious food and impressive bourbon menu, we were impressed. Dietary restrictions: Plenty of gluten free options on the menu, all marked GF. Parking: There are free parking spots to be found in Loveland, but you may have to search and walk from a distance. There is a paid parking lot behind the restaurant, it only costs a few dollars. Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair access is at the back entrance and the restaurant is equipped with an elevator for the 2nd and 3rd floor!
Food and service were good as usual. I take exception to their tipping policy. Food prices up 20% in 2 years, so tip increased accordingly but the tip screen starts at 20% and if then the receipt suggests additional 2 to 7 %. My pension is fixed, so I lost 20% of income and they want more. I will be staying home more
My wife and I just returned from Bishop’s Quarter in Loveland, OH. While placing our order, we asked for the server’s recommendation of the grouper sandwich versus another menu item. Her response: “Definitely the grouper.” Well, if that sandwich represents the rest of the menu, it may not be a good choice for dining out.
Nice place in the heart of Loveland. Great: Tour of New Orleans entree. Lots of food, great variety. Great selection of bourbons. Good: Decor, vibe OK: the crab cake. It's virtually a bread crumb cake. Meh: Bruschetta appetizer
An interesting bar tucked into the middle of Ohio, beautiful architecture and decorating, reminds me of living in South Mississippi. The band "The Wayward J's" were playing which gave it a good feeling
Delicious food and drinks. The Apple of my Eye Martini tastes like apple pie, the Tour of New Orleans and burger are delicious.
Another favorite stop for us.
loved the atmosphere minus the bees. ordered the salmon w/ Caribbean jersey w/ pineapple. not bad just needed more on dry white rice. apps were good cheese curds & beer cheese, yum. guys ordered Cajun pasta & enjoy. Good job Riley, great server! very attentive! Be sure 2 save room 4 beignets w/ luscious warmness! Parking: park mobile across the streets