Alexia, our waitress, was the highlight of our dinner. She was very attentive and helpful.
You should NOT depend on their website for the menu. We were expecting to food from the website menu only to be told that the website menu was outdated. The website menu was one of the reasons we picked this restaurant.
Nice interior, very quiet, we enjoyed our burgers, good wine specials, and the waiter very kindly split the bill for business expensing.
Empty. Fan above my head was making me sick. Smelled like old mop water.
Took Mom for Valentine's Day dinner. Our first time there loved the ambience dark walls with paintings of music legends like Prince, james brown and photos of Sacramento landmarks. We were seated at a booth that was a bit off, seats were pretty low with respect to the table but comfortable nonetheless. James our waiter immediately greeted us. Throughout night he was attentive without being a hovercraft. We heard the portions were big and both wanted the blue cheese steak so we asked to split. We ordered 2 salads that were not on the menu they were simple but fresh and good. The steak was delicious the chef separated it for us in the back which was nice. We had plenty to eat and the steak was a perfect medium rare. Very glad we choose this place for our night out
Prompt service. Friendly and professional staff. Food was cooked to order. No complaints. Will return if in the neighborhood.
A friend and I came to lunch mid-week. The service was excellent. Our server was friendly, knowledgeable and efficient. The food came quickly. I had the salad with skirt steak. Overall excellent. The steak was cooked to medium rare and very flavorful (although quite tough). My friend had fish and chips which he pronounced excellent.
Good prices and variety. I would come back to try other items on the menu.
I didn't have them as I was having a salad, but the $2 sides sounded fun. Where else can you get strawberries as a side for $2?
Food was fine; middle-of-the-road. Not poor enough to complain about, but not good enough for a return visit.
The restaurant was virtually empty for a Saturday night, although we were there somewhat early, 6:00 pm. We assumed this might also be due to the restaurant location which is a bit out of the way.
What was also troubling was the notice we spotted in our playbill at Community Center that Blue Prynt is a "restaurant partner" which provides a 10% price reduction. Our server knew we had theater tickets, was efficient and professional, but NEVER mentioned this.
The food was good, not exceptional. Service, on the other hand, was very good! Our waiter, who I believe was also the bartender, checked on us often and was very personal. The wine list was limited but I was able to find a nice glass of Cab (Hess I believe it was) to go with my steak. I would go back for drinks or a very casual meal, lunch more likely than dinner. Overall a good experience and I will gie it another try in the future.
Nice server. Fun artwork on the walls.
Place was pretty run down. Food was so-so. I sent my dish back (oso buco) because it wasn't hot. They have me another entire dish (maybe they have to do that) but it was still not hot. I think they just poured hot gravy on top. Good brussel sprouts. My husband liked his steak although it was overcooked. He'd ordered prime rib but was told they were out. (I found it odd that a nearby table which was seated after is was able to order and receive prime rib. ) We won't be back.