We have been here before for brunch and loved it. They are in transition now of remodeling and changing the concept of the restaurant. I would recommend waiting to try it after they have completed their transition. We plan to give it another chance after the changes are complete. Be careful with reservations. There always seems to be a glitch, but they correct it
Brunch was wonderful... as always!
Menu scaled back. Phillip our waiter recommended the pork chop dinner. It was next level. Cornbread was good too.
Meal was good quality, service was prompt and friendly, setting was very quiet. Menu was limited however.
We booked this restaurant because of the online menu. When we got there: 1) it was hard to find. It’s actually inside The Marriott. 2) The Bar was packed, loud and hopping but the restaurant itself was dead. Maybe one other table for two 3) the menu is not at all Italian. The only pasta offered was meat lasagna. Not many vegetarian / fish options. And it was a COMPLETELY different menu then online. Apparently they had re-did the menu to be more pub like. No Lobster Tails or pasta dishes. Not even any pizza offering. We were VERY disappointed.
We were staying at the Marriott and had dinner here our last night in town. The space is pretty though a bit noisy since it is wide open to the hotel lobby. Even though the place was nearly empty, we were seated right along the back section where they keep the dishes and serve from which wasn't the best seat in the house.
Our server was fine and did a good job.
The food was pretty good. I had the lasagna which had clearly been sitting around and reheated but it was well made and tasty. My wife had the chicken piccata and said it was good.
One thing I'd point out is that they have a very limited menu. There are only 5 entrees so if you are thinking about going there, take a look at the menu and make sure everyone in your party has something to eat.
Prices were very reasonable especially considering the location at a full-service hotel across the street from the convention center. That's typically an environment where you expect to pay a premium but these prices were very fair.
I would definitely recommend the place overall. If we found ourselves in town again, it would certainly be on our list of places to dine.
Blu was reserved through Open Table but they had no idea we were coming which was awkward. We had out hearts set on certain menu items for my husband's birthday by looking at their website. Upon being seated, we were given a menu with only 1/3 of the online menu choices. We were told the menu no longer matched what was on the website. We graciously selected other menu options and overall the staff was friendly and accommodating. We ate there for the convenience of location because we had an event at 7pm that we had to make. Otherwise, we would have probably not stayed.
Great food but a very rushed experience. We were the only people in the entire restaurant and were asked to order minutes into our arrival. Nice place but not worth the hassle.
We sat and waited for awhile with no server and finally had to ask the hostess where the server was. The server finally came and took our drink orders. When he returned with our 2 beers we ordered, he spilled one into my wife's purse.. only offering a not so heart- felt "sorry.' We were in a rush to get to a concert so we stuck it out, but in another situation I would have just left. You would think they would offer to at least comp your drink when they spill it all over a nice purse. Never again.. only if I was held hostage in the hotel.
The food was good. Lasagna was delicious, and enough for 2 or 3. Wait staff excellent. Unfortunately, we were the only diners at 8:00 on a Friday night. The restaurant is in a hotel, and there are lots of restaurants close by. I think the Sunday brunch would be the best bet. Highlight: there is an extensive Bourbon menu. We had Pappy Van Winkle as an after dinner drink.