Best FONDUE!. Yum! I can't stop thinking about the great fondue appetizer I had today at lunch. I have to admit, at first sight I was a little turned off by all of the BMW's and Range Rover's in the parking lot, but that was soon forgotten once I was sitting at my table. I met a friend for lunch and we got in right away - it was 12:00 noon!!! I was very impressed. The food...wow! to die for! I loved it!!! Definately recommended for a business lunch or a fun night out with friends.
Very Impressed. Our friends took us there for brunch on a Sunday. Great service and attention from the staff without hovering. All of our dishes tasted wonderful. Were not rushed out after finishing meal as we visited another hour, we upped our tip of course.
Popular family friendly spot near Ridgedale Mall serves traditional American cuisine..
If Martha Stewart had a cabin on Lake Superior, it might look a bit like this restaurant. It's both rustic and plush, with split rock walls, roomy leather booths and artful dried-flower arrangements. Here, it's all about big portions, reasonable prices and hearty meals. The menu features lots of hearty meat-and-potatoes options, traditionally prepared: burgers, barbecue ribs, grilled salmon, rotisserie-roasted pork, prime rib.
Great food! Better service!. The food was fantastic, great atomosphere - very relaxed and no rush. Our server - ask for Treasure - was exceptional!!
Best brunch in town!. My family and I LOVE the brunch on Sundays. It is served family style (scrambled eggs, hashbowns, sausage, bacon, french toast, etc.) and instead of the typical "all you can eat" buffet, they bring the food to your table (and it is still "all you can eat"). The food is to die for, we really crave it! PLUS they give you a pecan roll (which is fabulous)while you are waiting for your food (like a bread basket). I must admit that I have not had any other meal there except brunch, but I am obsessed. Cost=15/person.
Vegetarians beware!. My friends and family really like this restaurant, and I have to agree I really like the ambience, especially outside at night. However, they are very close-minded about different eating habits. My husband asked our server why they didn't have any vegetarian-friendly entrees on their menu and she said that they used to, but they didn't sell enough so they took it off the menu. Very short-sighted of the management not to realize that they don't just lose the vegetarian diners, but every one who dines with them. A group of 12 from my office wanted to go for lunch and I had to ruin it for the whole group and tell them that there was nothing I could eat there. Not allowing reservations is a real pain anyway. No loss for me!
Brunch. Their brunch is the best I've had. It's a great selection of items. We've always had great service.
Phenom. Great atmosphere, but the food is above spectacular. I've never had bread pudding that was so good. Don't even get me started about the corn bread. GOOD. All entres are good. (I've been there a few times.)
Go elsewhere. The music is hideously loud, our table wobbled like a seesaw, the drinks... watery and the burger (one of the few things on the menu that didn't say "market rate" was mushy greasy. If you want an poor quality expensive meal in a blaring atmosphere - this is your place. GO TO JAX OR MURRAYS for a nice experience at the same prices
Had better. Pricey. I love mashed potatos, especially flavored mashed potatos, but with the smokey roasted chicken with the smokey roasted vegetables in a rich sauce, the potatos just seemed sickening. Redstone is trying too hard. The natural flavors of the dishes were missing. Came in at aroun 5:00 p.m. on Sunday and they were having a waitstaff meeting out in the front of the restaurant. Thought that was a little tacky considering the "upscale" ambiance the restaurant tries so hard to create
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