Amy’s Italian Steakhouse
1001 Landfall Way
Johns Island, SC 29455Neighborhood:
SteakhousePrice: $31 to $50
Amy’s Italian Steakhouse
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.amysitaliansteakhouse.com/
- Phone: 8437680025
- Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Italian, Steakhouse
- Executive Chef: John Lister
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
- Catering: Lunches and any type of small group gatherings.
- Entertainment: We feature LIVE music every weekend! Jazz, Blues, Light Rock such as Steve Joy, Shrimp City Slim, Joe Tedesko, John Stockdale and Ann Caldwell.
A word from Amy’s Italian Steakhouse
Amy's Italian Steakhouse is family owned and operated restaurant/bar featuring thick, succulent, made to order steaks and scratch made pastas and desserts. We are open for lunch and dinner and offer daily specials including our fresh catch of the day. We offer gluten free pasta, upon request and a children's menu is available. The sports bar has an extensive beer/wine menu and pub food is available. We feature LIVE music every weekend in the bar! Come join us for a delightful night of food, fun and music!!Continued
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Amy’s Italian Steakhouse reviews from OpenTable diners
19 reviews since May 26, 2014
- Ambiance3.1Noise LevelModerate
neighborhood gem (10)kid-friendly (7)great for lunch (3)good for groups (2)special occasion (2)notable wine list (2)great for outdoor dining (1)fit for foodies (1)Show More
- Not Very Good, was very expensive!CommentsDined on 7/29/2014My wife and I had veal which was too heavily breaded and not very good. The pasta was luke-warm and had a heavy cream sauce which seemed odd for veal piccata. Would not recommend this restaurant.Special Features:
- Amy's RecoveryAnselDined on 7/28/2014Having experienced this everchanging restaurant 3 times, with all 3 being bad , we decided to give it another try. The new (old) chef has it right! The meal was excellent and the service was much improved.Special Features:
- AwfulHappywifeDined on 7/25/2014Service was incredibly slow. When we FINALLY got our food, it was horrible. I got mussels and they were not even cooked. Very over priced place for poor food and lousy service. This was our third visit and probably our last. It has progressively gone downhill each time. I would really like to see this place succeed, but they have A LOT of improvements to make if they want to remain open!
- Bad Last Night to VacationlbrabsonDined on 7/25/2014We called the restaurant after making the reservation thru open table to request a highchair. There was a lot of confusion on their end. They asked if we could come 15 minutes earlier. We did. When we arrived, the table was not ready and to accommodate our larger party, they sat us in front of the kitchen door. The service was extremely slow, even though the place was not full. The entrees did not arrive anywhere close together ( two of them came out 1 hr and 45 min after we arrived)and when a fish dish arrived only partially cooked, the evening was completely ruined. We will not return.
- UnpredictableOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 6/28/2014Service was slow. Food was so so. I got the special - the grouper. It was actually very good, but over priced. My husband got the shrimp and scallop pasta. The shrimp and scallops were good but the past was overcooked and swimming some "oily" concoction. Past visits have been better. We will go back, but it won't be at the top of our "do over" list.Special Features:
- Amy's is good.SCDinerDined on 6/28/2014Went to Amy's last Saturday night. We were seated promptly by the hostess. Not noisy and the ambiance was nice. My wife and I shared the Antipasto appetizer but were disappointed. There no greens of any kind or olives. The dish looked like presentation was more important. The server brought bread but we had to ask for olive oil for dipping because the server never offered it. We saw other servers delivering oil to their tables. The entrees were a different story. My wife had spaghetti and meat balls. The sauce was excellent and the meatballs were some of the best I have tasted. I had the 14 oz Rib eye. Cooked as ordered and very tender. Had a nice char and very juicy. We'll try Amy's again and order a different appetizer.Special Features:
- Kayak4funVIPDined on 6/26/2014The décor had a clean, crisp feel to it. Our appetizer of fried squid, shrimp, and scallops was tasty. However, the house specialty, Veal Picatta, was horrible. The veal was like a tough beef cube steak. The pasta was wet and soggy. The sauce was unknown. There was some brown liquid, something white (maybe cream), capers just tossed into the pasta, and very little lemon flavor. I could not eat the pasta. I did mention it to the waiter when he returned. He said that they had problems with it and offered to get something else. I looked at my friends plate of overdone snapper and declined. They did not comp me on the bill until I mentioned it to the owner. Over all, it was not a pleasant experience. I cannot recommend the place right now.Special Features:
- Poor servicerondapozDined on 6/16/2014We got there at 7:00pm, seated right away, but didn't get our dinner until 8:15pm. I had to complain after seeing several tables served and gone even before we got our food. Our server was very nice & kept bringing us more drinks and we ended up getting the drinks and deserts on the house, along with a 10% discount. The bill still came to about $145 for 4 adults.
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