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Prime 109 Steak & Libation House - Fremont
Patrons can enjoy inviting mood music Tuesdays from 7 to 10 p.m., while top live music acts from the Bay Area get the party going on Friday and Saturday nights from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Daily 6:00 am–10:00 am
Daily 11:00 am–2:00 pm
Daily 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
We took my husband out for his birthday. I had no idea it was connected to a hotel so at first, I was a little disappointed. When we walked in , to my surprise, it was beautiful!! My party of four and a single diner were the only people in the restaurant. I enjoyed the quiet time with my family. The service was great! The food was ok. I had the pan seared chicken which was severely overcooked my family is the type who won't eat unless everyone is eating so I didn't send it back. Everyone else thought their food was good. Even though there were only five diners and it was 5 PM, they were out of several things. All in all, I had a nice meal. I would go back for cocktails but not for dinner.
Their Mother's Day unlimited brunch was awesome. Can't speak about everyday dining, but everyone there at the hotel was friendly. Staff went out of their way to ask the executive chef about peanut-containing deserts and even brought my daughter a plate of dessert she could enjoy (chocolate covered strawberries)! Will be back next year with more people...
The good was delicious, the waiter took great care of us. We do enjoyed our Mother's Day Brunch.
great food, great ambiance , music and staff. my family enjoyed the Easter brunch
Great service! Great food!
I like the service from the waiters/waitresses, they are really friendly and nice when serving or refilling our drinks! Enjoyed the Easter Brunch !!!
We have eaten at Bistro 880 several times. The food has always been good; service has been friendly, prompt and reliable; there is ample parking; and we have never been there when it has been crowded or too noisy to carry on a conversation.
Staff very friendly but not aware of specials or how prepared. Wine list very limited but good value. Found a quiet table to allow us to talk business freely.
This was our first time at Bistro 880 and we were very happy. The portions were generous and reasonable. I had Sea Bass which was excellent. The servers took very good care of us. We will go back for sure.
Everybody was very kind and the service was spot on
Perfect experience. Avonna was an amazing bartender. Sushi so fresh. Great dj.
This restaurant is attached to the DoubleTree Hotel. It's not bad for a hotel restaurant, but be aware that you're going to a hotel restaurant. Looks newly redesigned/renovated. Bar looks like it's probably pretty fun and there are tvs all over the walls. But it's not really a family dinner type of atmosphere/place.
Sounds like a member of their staff went on break unexpectedly, so the food came out slowly and in a weird order, but the waitress and manager were nice and tried their best to explain and deal with the issue. We never got any bread though.
I didn't have the right expectation for this restaurant. The restaurant tried and it was a decent place. Burgers, fish n' chips, etc. type of food seem to be the best deal and are super tasty looking. My grandma got the fish and chips, which was really great! Other food is OK, but slightly pricey.
I met my cousin here as it was central to her home and my hotel in San Jose. First time we'd seen each other in 30 years. We had a quiet and intimate booth in which we could catch up! Great service and the food was pretty good!
Good food, but service is very slow. Very loud when full.
Waitress was attentive. We ordered the fish and chips. While the portion was ample, the fish was near burned and was dry. The bread was also over baked and hard to cut. We paid 30 for a cup of coffee, a salad, and an entree. Pretty pricy for the quality.
We Came here for birthday with reservations, when we mention it to the lady at the front, they don't even know that we have reservations, had to talk to 3 different people about our reservations , seems disorganized about their reservations and finally the manager talk to us , and we request for table by the band , he told us we can't and we have to come early if we want to take that table ( but we have reservations, duhh and no one was sitting there) overall the food was okay, our waitress not bad , but I'm not sure we'll come back here.
Long lines and ok food. Way too expensive for the food options. Cashiers in buffet allowed people they know to skip the long line.
Overall the brunch on Mother's Day was a great value. The food was great, the service was great. The one thing that was most disappointing was when we got there for our 1230 reservation, there was already at least 35-40 people ahead of us in line. The line was to pay before the meal, tax and tip included, before you got seated. This could have gone a lot faster if better organized. We were not seated until 1:00 and I was with someone who could not stand or walk, so this was a bit awkward having to wait in a line for a half hour.
Very good food, the sushi was great and the steak from the 1600 degree broiler was amazing. Airline chicken breast and double cut pork chop were excellent also. The food is worth the trip alone.
Outstanding Easter Brunch. Lots of different kinds of delicious food choices. The bunny walking around visiting the kids and taking pictures with them was a nice touch. I highly recommend it.
Horrible food - salad was brown, salmon came rare, sent back and new one came back with horrible stink smell (old) waitress was very nice, bread was good.
We had been wanting to try this place since the hotel changed to the Doubletree and the restaurant became Bistro 880 so we made reservations for Valentine's dinner. The remodel is modern and comfortable with lots of tv's for bar dining. The tables were set romantically with candlelight and chocolates and live piano music in the background. The price fixed menu had great selections and everything we had was delicious! A great value and a memorable experience!
Evenings was very quiet and the service on time and friendly and helpful.
We celebrated the New Year's Eve there and everything was pretty okay except for the billing. We were charged more than what we expected. It was a fine dining set for a fix price excluding gratuity and tax (which is normal). But when we got our bill there is additional "surcharge" that we don't know what is that for. I hate hidden charges!!!
The overall experience was less than memorable. Food was mediocre, service was very poor. I would not recommend to anyone to attend an event at this location. For the price my family and I were expecting a memorable night but it was far from it. Will not be returning.
Everything else is great except the music I don't need to explain you should be able to figure it out how many people came and how much you made last year compare to this year, music very importance , I hope its better next year
WOW , THE PLACE TO BE , GREAT SERVICE, FUN PEOPLE , the remodel looks modern and fresh. The 880 club bistro manager Susan and her staff know what it takes for a flawless evening of dinning and dance .
The food was way over priced for the NYE dinner and it was not good at all! I was very disapointed
Not too creative with dishes. Maybe a few steps above bar food. Quality was not bad but selection was not appropriate to name of Bistro. Calamari, burger, flat bread pizza..etc you get the drift. May go back for a quick business type lunch but not too impressed i am sorry.
We went for a business lunch - turned out we were the only ones there. Even with an Open Table reservation, there was a sign up that said "Closed". We went to the front desk of the hotel and they contacted someone to seat us - it took a long time. No one else came in the entire time we were there. It took ages to get our order taken, and service after that was VERY spotty. On the upside, the food, once it arrived, was very good - both taste and presentation - the only downside is that we were not asked how we wanted the burger done. It came medium well - we would have preferred medium. It was certainly quiet - if you want a good place for a business lunch where you won't be disturbed and if you don't mind waiting or being almost totally ignored, this is the place.
The restaurant was disappointing when compared to the Yelp listing. I thought this was going to be a quaint bistro with an interesting menu. Not so. It was a hotel restaurant. The service was great with a nice atmosphere, but the menu was ho-hum. Not much for vegetarians.
In the Doubletree hotel, better than most for a hotel restaurant
The place inside was gorgeous however it was empty for a Saturday night. it was my Birthday Dinner, there were a couple of meals that were returned Steak and burger. The table near us, received a desert with candle and I told the receptionist that I was celebrating a Birthday. Didn't receive anything. The music started at 9:00 pm and I must say it was next to the dinning area, and seemed very odd. The server was one for 10 people, yet the place was EMPTY in the Dining area. The server disappeared so often it was tough to ask questions get refills on water order drinks. Not to mention the music was HORRIBLE, some of the workers said the same. (house music of some sort) To charge the additional amount of $10.00 a person for very small area and horrible music isn't acceptable. I thought the charge was for a dance floor and much darker area (very bright there for a club scene) I chose to drive out to foster city (Crown Plaza) and pay $10.00 per person. Had a blast!
We were surprised to know they had a $10 cover charge per person, which was not worth it at a place like this due to their very limited drink and food menu. I had the worse pina colada I've ever had and the warm chocolate molten cake was more on the cold side.
There are good TVs and a good bar. It looks nice. Food was ok. Folks working there were very nice. Not very busy.
The place was very nice inside the hotel. Friendly service and good food
Four beers and three hamburgers totaled $80 - and were nothing special at all. Our server had most of his teeth and spoke passable English, but he ignored our need for water or for a bill and appeared to have about three different jobs as he also seemed to be a cook and a behind the bar worker. This place is located in a Doubletree hotel, it has lots of TVs on and is working a business model that I'd call "take the business man's per dium". There is no reason to go here for drink or food unless you're staying at the Doubletree and already have a couple DUIs.
We checked the website before making reservations and liked what we saw. When we arrived at the restaurant the menu was not the same. It was actually pretty boring menu. The appetizers were excellent but the main dishes were meh. Wide, flat noodles drowned in a flavorless Alfredo sauce with 4 shrimp. Over priced. The mixed drinks were generous and strong. Music from the bar was in background but not obtrusive. We stayed to dance and the DJ played endless sets at a comfortable volume and good dance beat.
Overall, would go back but probably not for dinner. Drinks , appetizers, and dancing.
Overall it was nice for a hotel restaurant. It's very open which can be both good and bad. Food was decent. They had issues with our check in so I have yet to receive the points (which is the main reason we went here!). If I get the points we may visit again.
Great eats but you feel a definite hotel/airport ambience.