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4.5 based on 333 reviews
Modern American cuisine..All fish served wild caught, never frozen.. All beef products grass fed . ( Piedmontese beef line from Nebraska.. All vegetable hand sourced from Exec chef Lucas Kyriakos..
My husband and I had dinner here on a Friday night and it was wonderful! From the atmosphere to the service and food, everything was fantastic. We especially enjoyed the chili nachos appetizer, which was enough for several to share. The salmon was expertly prepared with a nice brown crust and perfectly cooked interior. We even splurged on dessert and the tiramisu was absolutely worth it! We will definitely be returning soon!!
4.5 based on 579 reviews
J. Gilbert's is an "upscale casual" steakhouse serving prime-aged beef cooked over a mesquite wood-fired grill. Guests enjoy various cuts of steak, fresh seafood (including award-winning crab cakes) & other house made favorites like the Maytag Blue potato chips & chocolate velvet cake. The cozy atmosphere includes fire side dining, rich wood, brick & soft lighting where you can enjoy dinner for two or host a large party. The extensive martini & wine list offers the perfect compliment to an excellent meal delivered with attentive service. J. Gilbert's is open for dinner seven days a week, beginning at 4pm. Reservations are highly recommended.
We ate here again and they revised their 1/2 price wine on Mondays and now I will give this restaurant an EXCELLENT review. The food is awesome and the staff is professional and courteous. My favorite restaurant in Glastonbury.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
The restaurant is nice, service was just OK. The young boy who waited on us didn't speak very good English. We asked for our food without raw onions, which apparently is a staple of this restaurant. Everything came with raw onions.
The portions were huge; the quality was good, but not great.
4.5 based on 830 reviews
As we had reservations for eight or nine, we were promptly seated and attended to by a really fun waitress. The food portions were extraordinarily large. I would have shared my dish rather than have to discard more than half. Only a few people complete the entrees because we all wanted to try dessert. The molten cake we ordered (learned our lesson on portion size) was delicious but the cake did not ooze when cut.
4 based on 318 reviews
This is a great place for an outstanding brunch on Saturday and Sunday.
Good selection that is more than ample with everything from standard breakfast items, salad, a few entre selections and deserts.
You just can’t go wrong and multiple trips to the food is encouraged.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
GoldBurgers is one of those places that if you're lucky enough to discover it, you'll tell everyone you know about it, and you'll come back as often as you can. This restaurant is a small hole in the wall establishment. The food - whatever you select - is amazingly delicious. There is only a small seating area so the restaurant does a lot of take out business. Try it...you'll love it!
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Renowned for gourmet ice cream—over 50 varieties including vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, non-fat, and no-sugar options! Also serving waffle cones, sugar and wafer cones (gluten-free available), shakes, ice cream cakes, coffee, brownies, cookies, baked desserts, and handmade chocolates! We are located in a quintessential, New England, historical town along the Connecticut River. After enjoying your ice cream, take the time to stroll our picturesque streets, marvel at beautifully maintained Colonial homes, put your kayak in the Wethersfield Cove,or visit some of our local museums.
Ice cream, sandwiches, coffee and more! The locals love it, the tourists love it! Stay inside, sit on the porch, meet new people! Buy pooch ice cream! Wonderful experience!
4.5 based on 61 reviews
My boyfriend took me here for my birthday because I love hibachi! This restaurant is in a building built into a hill, so there is a small parking area up top (mostly for the flower shop next door) but the main parking is down the hill. We didn't know, so we entered through the "back" door. The main entrance is down the hill.
As we entered through the "back" door we saw the kitchen and a general use space, which was not very decorated. But as we entered the bar and seating area, it was gorgeous! Definitely a great date place.
As we got hibachi, we were in a room conjoined to the beautiful bar space. There are 2 full tables and 2 half tables. This area is in need of an update or fresh coat of paint, but overall clean. There was only one hibachi chef that night, so we had a little wait, but were given free edamame appetizers. Very good service, always refilling our water, etc.
Our chef came to our table and was in a great mood despite obviously working very hard. The food was delicious and I think we got the most food I have ever seen for the same price most hibachi restaurants charge. In fact, I think the chef may have been the owner. It was a very fun and delicious hibachi experience.
I will definitely be going back!
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Get there early.This place fills up quickly with regular locals on Saturday. Seems like everybody knows each other there. The reason they are so popular is the very good food, great service and lightning fast kitchen. The meat lovers omelette is prepared pillow style with a nice portion of meats and cheese and is very good. The 12 grain toast is good and the coffee is great. The server was friendly and prompt. She also did the follow-up on the entree and round 2 on coffee.
4.5 based on 323 reviews
There are nearly 60 Capital Grilles. Whether those away from D.C. are franchises or satellites of the original, the Hartford location suffers the same problem with any clone. Dilution and approximation. To be fair, this is primarily a steak and chop house, and we had our minds on seafood. There were four or five seafood choices, but not their strength.
The ambiance is certainly pleasant and "upscale". Our waiter was personable and perhaps a little overworked. There were a couple of annoying flaws that muted our enthusiasm for a generally well prepared meal.
The wine list on an I-Pad may appeal to millenials and generation X-ers, I suppose it makes it easier and cleaner to update. I can live with it. Even the 300% mark-up on a bottle of Pouilly-Fuisse. is a minor annoyance. But a restaurant needs to decide-are they going to serve the wine or have the customer do it. I find it "unsat" when a purportedly high end restaurant pours the first glass, then puts the ice cooler out of reach and then forgets about it.
The chief hiccup of the evening was timing. We allowed 2 and a quarter hours for a leisurely dinner before a show. We needed over 2 hours for a straight forward order of salads, mains and a shared dessert. Why it took an hour to bring out the salmon in a fairly uncrowded restaurant is an awkward mystery. We ordered creamed spinach as a classic side, and it was very good.
The salads, by the way, were well crafted. The salmon was of good quality and very simply prepared. Perhaps a little too simple. The coconut cream pie was rather bland and forgettable. We should have heeded the waiter's suggestion of ordering cheesecake.
No doubt, you can get a very good steak here. The wine selection is fairly long, but not particularly interesting.
The restaurant was convenient for where we needed to be. At its core, assuming there is one, it is a chain restaurant. Expense does not equal excellence. This is a far cry from "an original" steakhouse of genuine character. I wouldn't call this "fine dining", except it costs as much.
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