Crush is a great place for a romantic dinner with your honey or food and drinks in the bar with live music in the background.
The prices seem to have jumped up since the last time I was there. The server was overwhelmed and service slow. I was disappointed compared to past experiences
Ok, so the food at Crush is super good. Fresh, Italian and very tasty. The meatballs and the stuffed squash blossoms were favorites and the pizza is worthy of a return visit. The only negative is the noise level which is quite loud. We even sat in the back of the restaurant far from the bar and it was still hard to hear my friends across the table.
Supherb fiod. Scallops are out of this world. Service not so great. This was my third time there. First time service was fine. Second and third time not so good. Seems like it's not policy to pick up the plates after your finished eating. There wasn't a lot of people dining so we could look around the whole place. The waitress was frequently and for pretty long periods of time no where to be seen. But she was very nice and the bus boy did bring out the food promptly. Just didn't bus the tables.
We came here for date night. We had an early reservation and the restaurant was almost empty which was nice. I'm sure it gets busy later but we are on the early train with little kids at home with the sitter. Dinner was great. We weren't too hungry so we split an appetizer, salad and fish entree. The cucumber spicy margaritas were fantastic. Service was great!
David is the man! Excellent food, service was perfect. We were taken great care of!
Waitress left for a car considerable amount of time. Our dirty plates sat on the table during that time even though the bus boy passed us a few times.
Much too expensive. Great food if you don't mind spending 25/30 bucks for pasta and a minimum of $45.00 for wine you can buy at the store for $10.00.
We come here frequently. Great bar, great food, great service. It's a neighborhood favorite. Just go!
Waiter service was poor frequently had to have others call him. Also spaghetti bolognese although good very over priced and I had to remind waiter to bring out Parmesan cheese etc. so in all overpriced for poor service
New server very inexperienced. Felt bad for him. He shouldn't be all on his own.
Went to Crush on 5/3 for dinner. Service was slow and lacked motivation, it seemed. Wife's pasta dish was very disappointing: soup bowl size of gnocchi with pesto sauce and two, two quarter size scallops. Price? $29. My small pizza? Only had two of the four meats ordered. Price? $24. Glass of $15 retail per bottle Riesling for my wife? $13. Dessert was supposed to be chocolate croissant bread pudding with chocolate gelato. Received what? Very dense traditional bread pudding with raisins and vanilla gelato. Waiter said this is their version despite there being no hint of chocolate nor croissants. Raisins in chocolate bread pudding? Are you kidding? I make a excellent version of this at home so I know what it's supposed to be. Total bill? $100. Don't live in the area but are there 4-5 times per year and won't be going back.
The restaurant is sort of hit-or-miss. The owners have changed over a few times so I am never sure what to expect. However, this past visit was our last. The waiter kept forgetting items and hardly ever came by our table. Not sure if he had another section on the other side of the restaurant or what, but he was terrible. The food was ok, but for the price, we expect better.
The food is classic italian and done quite well. However, for the prices you would expect a bit more. I enjoyed the simpler items on the menu.
This was our first time at Crush and we will definitely be back again - service was outstanding and we sat in the little courtyard and thoroughly enjoyed our meal - ordered a bunch of different appetizers and a dessert to die for ...
I always enjoy meals at Crush. Love the ambiance and the menu, especially the baby kale salad. Live music is a nice touch. Wine and cocktail list a little pricey, however.
Great service along with great food made for a very enjoyable evening out with friends. The osso buco was delicious and paired nicely with a 2010 Barolo from their wine menu. Also the prosciutto and melon appetizer was fantastic. We have dined at Crush in the past and will certainly return!
The host was friendly and accommodating. The waiter was slow, the 4 salads took almost 20 minutes to get and I had to ask for the check. There were maybe 10 patrons in the restaurant so don't understand why the slow service. I think the restaurant should just close for lunch right now. We won't go back.
We have been meeting our friends here for 2 years. . ( 1/2 way). Crush had a good menue in the past,but it has changed. Eliminated meatball Monday. 😳Meatballs continue to be delicious.
However main courses are very overpriced for a casual restaurant with no tablecloths. Salmon about $30 for nothing special etc.
new menus had make your own pasta, a little confusing. Pizza was delicious. Dinner salads were fresh & decent size. Wine by the glass was a little high ($12-22) with very limited choices by the glass.
Also the waitstaff need to clear the table almost before each person was done was annoying. Properly they should not clear until Everyone is done.
Servers forgot us, food was late and not that good, bottomless drinks were awful, ate 2 hrs after reservation.