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About 5ive/Five Steakhouse
We proudly offer angus reserve, usda prime, snake river farms wagyu, and beef from a network of the top cattle ranches across the globe. Our hand cut steaks are chosen from the top 2% of grain and grass fed beef in the world, and aged a minimum of 28 days
5ive Steakhouse features an extensive wine list, hand crafted cocktails, 50+ bourbons, scotches and whiskeys and our own signature draft beer selection.
Our contemporary modern feel and uncompromised service will exceed your expectations. Please join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner Monday through Sunday. We offer an Ala Carte brunch on Saturdays and Sundays until 2:00pm.
Plymouth, MI 48170
Steakhouse, American, Lounge
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Fri 6:00 am–11:00 am
Sat, Sun 7:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:00 am–2:00 pm
Daily 2:00 pm–5:00 pm
Daily 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
Sheldon Road and Five Mile, Plymouth MI
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Checkout our Facebook and Twitter Page for our monthly specialty dinners and offerings.
5ive/Five Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
It was a nice and classy setting, we arrived early to avid the rush of people at dinner time. We sat next to the window in the back, even though it was raining all day it was still beautiful outside and inside. Our waiter was very attentive and helpful. I ordered the 12 oz. Steak for $33. Other restaurants I've been to were like 6 oz. for $33. I think it was a really good price. We would love to come back to try out brunch or lunch and go back again for dinner.
My fiance and I met our parents to look at our wedding venue and chose to just stick there and have lunch at 5ive. It was a Friday during Lent and being Catholic, we knew we had to stick to seafood or vegetarian options. They had a Fish Fry special and the "Chef Daily Salad Inspiration" was a fattoush salad with crab cakes. While they had other options for us, everyone in our group picked between the two specials. I had the salad and my fiance had the fish fry. Both were phenomenal. The prices were very reasonable for lunch; our server was attentive and friendly.
Being our first time at Five, we did not know what to expect. They seated us promptly, the food was very good, and the service was also very good. The waitress thought that we had to wait too long for our desert, which did not seem that long to us, but she took my drink off the bill. We would go back in the summer when we could see what the outside of the Inn at St. Johns looked like, and walk around the grounds.
I was grateful to have a gift certificate because I would have been disappointed with the bill. I found the prices to be out of line with relatively good restaurants in neighboring downtown Plymouth and Northville. The food was fine. The bar was large, but didn't have any type of interesting cocktails to offer people.
It was by chance that our dining night was during the 10th anniversary celebration of the restaurant and we were thrilled to benefit from the menu and price specials. We ordered from the celebration menu and the regular menu and the food was superb! Neither of my dinner companions had dined at 5ive before and they were super impressed by the food, the service and the ambiance. Will definitely put this on the list of places to return to.
My colleague and I stumbled upon 5ive during their 10th anniversary celebration which featured an amazing $10 menu. Once there I was impressed not only by the prices but the ambience and the exceptional service. The waitstaff was friendly and attentive and the management was engaging. We had such a great time we came back a second time.
This was our first time at 5ive. We were pleasantly surprised to find they are running specials because it is their 10th anniversary. The service was impeccable and we found some delicious choices on the specials menu and some really good appetizers. We will definitely return.
We arrived for our 6:00 reservation early at 5:45. Upon being seated in an empty dining room ( only two other patrons sitting together in a booth) our party of three ( two adults & our 11year old young lady daughter) were led to a table for four. When we asked if we could please be seated in one of the cozy booths for which there were many vacant the Maitre D responded by saying they were reserved. Reluctantly we sat down. Dinner was just ok. Our appetizers came out quickly, we no more than had a few bites when our waitress asked if she could clear the plates. We said no we'd like to finish. A few minutes later our entrees arrived to a very full table. Patrons filtered in slowly during our meal, however it was clear that the dining room would not be anywhere near full. After an hour and a half we paid our bill and left the dining room, many tables empty as well with two booths still empty! The Maitre D was quite rude when we expressed our disappointment. Will not return.
The seating was prompt, the wait staff was very friendly and accommodating, and the menu was simple and varied. The Food and sauces were the best we have had in recent memory, and the dessert was excellent. We are purchasing a gift certificate for our children's 20th Anniversary which is coming up this Spring! A Very Pleasant Dining Experience.
Well again our food was not spot on, as we've been there for dinner before. This time we went for breakfast. The Colorado omelet was just not good. The eggs were not super tasty and the worst part was when you started eating it, a bunch of oil poured out. It was very unappealing. The "hot sauce" they gave us upon request was really a barbecue sauce, also not good. The blueberry pancakes were excellent though. Genuine syrup, fresh berries, and a cute side of whipped cream. The coffee was also excellent. We may try again someday, but an omelet will never be ordered again.
What was once a go to restaurant has become mundane, unexciting and disappointing. Crab cake appetizers were under cooked, calamari strips were decent if nothing else, a Kale salad with basically uncooked quinoa (flash fried - really?) was completely unappetizing. Other than French Onion soup, the special was cream based. Decided not to order an entree at all after the appetizers - nothing was appealing. Service was good and responsive, but do servers really have to smoke in-between courses so patrons have the unappealing odor of third hand smoke while we are trying to eat? We were the only ones in the restaurant on Sunday evening prime time.
Our family celebrated Thanksgiving at 5ive. Our server treated us with the utmost of patience and graciousness and the food was delicious. I ordered the 'bone- in- bacon' ( really, a double cut pork chop cooked medium - fabulous) but was tempted by the roast turkey, the fish, the steaks, and all the side dishes). The restaurant was definitely upscale but was relaxed enough to accommodate sweaters and plaid shirts.
My guests and I felt the brunch menu was limiting, we were expecting lunch options at 12:30pm on a Sunday but found a brunch menu consulting mostly of breakfast items. I ordered the corned beef hash and thought the gash was overlooked. I did like the jams on the table, having my friends toast with jam saved the day for me.
Don't waste your time. I was apprehensive to go to Five given it was in the Inn and St. John's Hotel. Well I wasn't disappointed the Five was everything that a hotel restaurant is famous for including the bar. Drinks were under poured, sent ours back twice and they still couldn't make a simple Grey Goose and Tonic-short poured the Grey Goose. Wine list advertising Gaja Promis and then doesn't have the advertised vintage and unwilling to even talk to me about a price adjustment. If you have a craving for hotel food, good to the Marriott instead, the service is at least better and they don't pretend to be an acclaimed restaurant.
The food here was excellent. I had booked a reservation two months in advance when I scheduled my trip. However, when I arrived I was told there was a special event and I had to sit in the bar. I mean REALLY? I did it graciously but it did not sit well with me. I should have been told up front so I could have made other arrangements. I was more than disappointed in this turn of events, but after traveling for five hours to get to my destination I didn't feel I had any other viable options.
I was staying at the Inn at St. John's for a work conference, and 5ive was the most convenient place to eat. Besides its convenience for hotel guests and conference goers, the restaurant is beautiful, both inside and on the patio. The food is delicious and well-presented, and the service is great. I would gladly eat here every time I attend a conference in the area.
Five is an outstanding restaurant in an outstandingly beautiful location - The Inn at St. John's. My wife and I found the service to be attentive and, most importantly, the food delicious, creative and accessible. My scallops were perfectly cooked and extremely fresh and my wife's prawns were equally wonderful. This is a gorgeous place and a real hidden gem.
We ate outdoors while music played and the wind blew. ☆ Service was superb. ☆ Very friendly wait staff (especially Abe) ☆ The crab cakes are tiny and I highly recommend passing on that appetizer but everything else we ordered was well proportioned and tasty. ☆ Scenic, classy, ritzy yet attainable, lovely. ☆ Count the stars in this review to know how many stars I rate 5ive. So apropos.
While other restaurants in the area had long waits on Friday night, Five was available on Open Table. This gem of a restaurant must be the best kept secret around Plymouth. This was my second visit and Five did not disappoint. The food was outstanding and the ambiance couldn't have been nicer. Great outdoor patio. Salmon was excellent. I'll be back!
Never disappointed at 5ive and this time was no exception. Crabs cakes, seasonal salad with arugula, fig, prosciutto were delicious, ribeye steak perfectly prepared and tender, sides all tasty and enough to share. The weakest link was the molten chocolate dessert, wasn't up to the usual standards but, hey, we should have passed on dessert anyway. Malcolm was our helpful and engaging server missed seeing Joe as he'd already left. Will return!
My wife and i have been coming to Five for two years. The food and ambience has been couple sistently good. Our last 2 times, we were surprised by the deterioration in the quality of the chessboard. We usually get these as appetizer and sometimes as a quick meal with soup or salad. It has become cheese triangles from Costco. So my caution is to not let the menu and especially the specialty items slip
A good cheeseboard is still a delicacy that affirms Five as a special place.
I found the restaurant to be very accommodating (I am on a special food plan with allergies, etc. and the attention to my particular needs was outstanding.), warm and friendly. My cousin (the birthday woman) of 85 felt very special and appreciated. Because of two larger parties, we were unable to sit in the dining room (and carry on a conversation) and instead sat in the bar area BUT the hostess and then the waiters and managers made such a special fuss over her that the fact that we weren't in the middle of things really didn't matter at all. In fact, it was preferable. The food was delicious, the preparation, presentation and service superb!
For the record, I am bringing another guest for a birthday celebration next week. Perhaps that says it all!
Sunday brunch & service with Anna staffer were very nice. The room was quite chilly but the staff corrected that. The booths in the restaurant were too miserable to sit in for both small ladies & really tight for the men. Have been here 4 times, overall well worth the tab. Recommend highly. Avoid the dinner booths.
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