Yesterday was our third time at the restaurant. First time was great. the last two dinners with friends however we’re very disappointing. (don’t care to tell the whole story) The new menu also has less choices than before The food and service are very inconsistent for me to go back or recommend to anyone.
When you get there ask for Chad, he was our waiter, he is fantastic! Mike the manager stopped by and gave us a wonderful greeting! The only 2 negatives I would give this place was the missed opportunity to make the Banana foster the finale’ of the total experience. The presentation was very weak and the plating could have been greatly improved. The dessert shouldn’t be a so-so experience when the average price per person is over $100. You should leave knowing that the drinks were unmatched, the steak was cooked to complete perfection, and the dessert was even more unforgettable. We truly left wondering if we should have gotten an appetizer instead. That just wasn’t right - Banana Foster has a reputation and a history of presentation that should just be as fun to watch come together as it is to enjoy every bite. I also would ask for a little bit stronger flavor in the bread butter as well as the E3 Sauce. Overall we had an amazing experience would absolutely recommend it to anyone looking for a memorable date night or celebration night!
I had the rib eye steak medium. It was cooked just how I like it. I also ordered the Colossal shrimp. 3 large shrimps. I did order the Mac and cheese. I didn't eat all of it So much food. I did have a cocktail. The drink was ok. The best was definitely the steak and the dessert. I had Banana Foster cheesecake. Omg so good. The crust is banana bread. I spent about over 100 dollars but definitely worth it. If you are out of dress code. You can eat upstairs where it was nice. They have open outdoor seating or inside. The workers were very nice. Our waitress Danielle was so nice. One of the owners was there and came to our table. Very nice guy. Will visit again for steak and dessert.
Most of dinner was good save for the steak, which was underdone. Appetizers were on point. Particularly the foie gras. The steak was well seasoned; only issue was that I had ordered rare, but the steak was bleu. The sides were interesting. I'm unsure why stale popcorn is on top of the corn au gratin. That was a particularly unusual choice for an otherwise solid dish. Lastly the wine and service were all excellent. Overall, order med. rare if you can't eat bleu. Pick the popcorn off of the corn au gratin side and you're all set.
I celebrated my birthday here this past Sunday. This restaurant was phenomenal! The atmosphere and decor was stunning! Staff was friendly and very knowledgeable of the menu items, true shareable sides, steak superbly cooked, and cocktails were delicious. Highly recommend this restaurant for any special occasion. I will definitely be back.
Love love love the crab dip and scallops here! The lobster Mac and cheese is a must try. The chicken fell a little on the dry side but packed a lot of flavor.
It was our first visit, and we’ll be back… great food, atmosphere, and service. Didn’t check on options for private rooms, but I’ll be putting it on the list of quality options for future business dinners as well.
Made a reservation and let them know I was on a knee roller so I needed special accommodations which were met. The Hostesses were great, polite and very sweet. Steve was our server he was very knowledgeable and was also spot on with his recommendations. The Strip Steak and Lamb Chops were delicious, cooked to perfection! Mushrooms, Brussel Sprouts and Cauliflower, perfect sides. That said, We were unimpressed with the Tuna appetizer. It had no flavor and it was just cubes of tuna in a glass. Soy sauce, Avocado, Mango and or some sort of Chip would have been nice to have with it. Overall a beautiful restaurant, great atmosphere and great food! I’ll be back!!