Creekside Bar & Grill is an entertainment hotspot with live music, karaoke and dancing. Its full-service bar offers a wide selection of beers and wines along with signature cocktails and spirits. Although it is busiest on Friday and Saturday evenings, Creekside hosts a popular weekday happy hour with specialty drinks, appetizers and snacks.
Creekside Bar & Grill is open during the dinner hour and offers a menu consisting of mostly American dishes. Some dishes served include pork chops, prime rib and a seafood pasta entrée. Creekside Bar & Grill offers a festive club and party atmosphere with both inside and outdoor seating.
From the website for Creekside Bar and Grill we expected a nice steakhouse - found when we arrived it had just been changed to a Mexican restaurant, Playa Bonita.. Same ownership.
Flavors good, with a couple of outstnding items (cheese quesadillas appetizer, Spanish rice, guacamole), but generally overcooked. Fajita plate flavors good but steak strips wereextremely tough.
Fail for ambiance - beige, mirrored 50's steakhouse/supper club (with no renovation since) and a DJ began setting up in the middle of dinner service. Felt bad for thepeople seated at the table next to the door they were bringing their equipment in through (towers, speakers, really major set up stuff). The bar is dark, but occupies one end of the dining room.
I have been a customer of Creek Side Inn for over 40 years but will not be returning for Mexican food I can get at Chevy's for less money!
I have been going here for about 40 years . Food and service are great,one of the rare places in SiliconValley that you can talk comfortably to your dining companions. Thereis a bar area but not a rowdy one and it can be closed off from dining area if needed. Food is excellent and it's prepared the way you like it great steaks, fish, and even some homestyle cooking favorite.
Nice for couples and on saturdays listen to a live band.....check out the face book page for events.
40+ ages and mostly latin people......People are very friendly.
My wife and I tried to eat here one evening. We were unable to stay as the place throws out the wrong vibe for us. The menus were simple, yet way over priced. We sat for 15 min waiting for anyone to take a drink order or food order. We ended up leaving as the place gave us the creeps. They didn't seem busy, but seemed to have regulars the staff was busy keeping happy.
With a makeover, and a little attention to the menus this place could be good.
It's great for old people looking for a hole in the wall.
We had our Father's Day Dinner at Creekside Bar & Grill. We were greeted by Tony, and he had our table ready for us. The menu had selections to please everyone, and I chose the pork chops. They were prepared to perfection, and were tasty and tender. I plan to recommend this restaurant to all my friends.
Each time we come to your restraint ant we can expect excellent service.
Servers are always pleasant and the food comes out on time and very hot.
A reservation was not necessary for 6:30 on a Friday evening. There were only two other people in the dining room.
Watery Clam Chowder, Calamari Steak - no flavor and the Shrimp scramp also no flavor, barely a hint of lemon/garlic
The place was rundown. Structure falling apart. Inside old and stale smelling. Prices outrages for quality of food offered.
If you are on a fixed budget and need to go someplace this is it. The food was OK. The neighborhood seems to support the place. I was just OK with the place..
The service was excellent, but the food was like upscale diner food-- flavors and textures were not very distinct, especially for the prices. Voices carry in the restaurant, so though we were in a booth, conversations on both sides made it feel like we were all at the same table. Agree with other reviewers that the decor could use updating!
Very old place. Many years ago had great reputation but the neighborhood has changed. Very loud band was setting up and drummer was practicing as we were finishing dinner. After a large party of 20 left we were the only diners. It is now a busy bar with large dance floor. It is not a place to go out to and enjoy dinner.
We went to Creekside on Thanksgiving, mainly because they were one of the few restaurants still showing open reservations (first clue). The menu looked great and everything sounded fantastic, although the prices were a bit high, if the food was good then it would be worth it. I ordered the house Prime Rib special. The salad came swimming in dressing with deep fried croutons, my prime rib had rainbow hues, the veggies tasted like they had been frozen and the "garlickey" mashed potatoes were flavored with garlic powder, it was so horrendous. I cut off a ton of fat, and spit out several large chunks and the manager still only discounted it 50%, saying I "ate" half of it, really bad customer service.