Sadlly disappointed. Made reservations a week ago for Valentines Day last night. The website shows a beautiful restaurant with aquariums built in the walls and ornate oak trim decor. We didn't even get to see the inside , we sat in the open area added on in front of the restaurant in the office plaza that was reminiscent of the food court at Southdale. We ordered a bottle of Sparkling wine and the server opened it with a huge pop and a loud Whooaa! (Not very descrete) The eggplant puree with pitas was delicious but that was the only highlight. Our salad came and the lettuce was all brown... I was going to order the Sea Bass but quickly changed my mind and went with the 14oz Sirloin. My wife ordered a Beef Tenderloin medium rare. The Tenderloin was well done and very dry. The vegetables were oversteamed to the point where they were mushy and had no color. My potatoes that came with the Sirloin were dry and hard- more like hashbrowns. It was a hard pill to swallow when it came time to pay the tab of 156.00 and not make a scene. (Its Valentines Day after all and a special day for my wife and I). I would have understood if the place was overly busy- but the "food court" was half empty. One last thing- what server would bring out brown lettuce and a tenderloin (cut into slices) that was overly overcooked? I would go with zero stars if I could. I will not recommend this establishment to anyone except someone who I don't want to talk to me ever again.
Choked and almost died on the food here! No one Came to my aid!. I dined in this restaurant yesterday, and nearly died. I ordered the steak sandwich and on my first bite choked. Had my sister not performed the Heimlich Maneuver, I would not be here today to write this review. The staff just stood there watching never offering to help, or to call 911. The only thing they were concerned with is that I paid my bill. My sister had yet to even eat her sandwich, and I obviously did not want mine. As soon as I was able to catch my breath the only thing the waitress was concerned about is that I was going to pay my bill. I was told I had to pay for the food they provided because "It was my mistake for choking, because they made their steak sandwich right." I apparently inconvenienced them because they never had someone choke there before. The manager also witnessed me choking, and did not even stop by to see if I was okay, nor for any of the staff for that matter. . I would NEVER recommend this restaurant! Not only for their unfriendly staff, but because their steak sandwich can't even be cut in half with the butter knife, they provide for cutting. The staff and management here clearly do not care about the safety of their customers, the only thing they care about is making money.
Located in a downtown office tower, this clubby place packs in the power-hungry lunch crowd..
The space oozes casual sophistication and a classic-grill look with dark polished wood, burgundy drapes and exotic fish aquariums. Lunchtime, linen-topped tables and gray-plush upholstered booths fill with wheeler-dealer types in suits. At dinnertime, the place is often sparsely filled. Starters include seared scallops with sweetly tart mango chutney and garlicky roasted eggplant puree to slather on warm flatbread. Fire-roasted meats and seafood served family-style are the house specialty.
Nothing too special. Great food, Great atmosphere. Our server must have gotten up on the wrong side of the bed. Very rude and cranky. It is worth a trip to check out the very tasty chow.
wonderful. We actually had our wedding reception at the Atlas Grill and everything was wonderful! The atmosphere is gorgeous with the velvet curtains and dark wood. The servers are very attentive and timely - even for our large group! It was a wonderful and memorable evening. I'd highly recomend it for lunch or for a special occasion.
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