Fabulous Sunday Brunch.
I showed up for Sunday brunch on a tip from a friend, what a great experience! Plan on calling ahead, it was plenty busy at about 11:00 AM. I had a custom designed omelet made right in front of me, as well as a couple of glasses of complimentary champagne.
The restaurant and bathrooms were clean, as well as a very pretty outdoor patio right on the lake. We enjoyed a casual stroll through the garden and along the coi pond.
The staff was attentive and very polite,
in short - we'll be trying this place again!
Clubby atmosphere, scenic locale and a fabulous brunch spread keep folks coming back..
Dining at the Chart House is a bit like going to a wedding at a festive country club. Combine the clubby crowd with the unobtrusive lounge band and you might find yourself looking around for the bride and groom. Escargots, baby beef-liver stir fry and roast duckling share space on the menu with less adventurous fare such as shrimp Alexander (coated with bread crumbs, shallots, butter and garlic) and crab-stuffed Rainbow trout.
Full Steam ahead.
The chart house is quite possibly the only upscale non-chain eatery south of the river.
The food is excellently prepared and fantastically presented. Cuisine styles range from Steak and Chops to Seafood and poultry. All dishes come with sizeable portions, but not so much that you can't finish.
The decor of the dining room is a bit average. Just a big restaurant with lots of tables. The bar/lounge however has a nautical theme and even has aquariums in the porthole windows. If you have an opportunity to dine outside take it. The restaurant is right on a lake, and the atmosphere will improve dramatically.
Servers are quite professional and friendly and are able to recommend dishes with credibility. The dishes can be a bit expensive compared to other restaurants.
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