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About David Burke Prime at Foxwoods
David Burke Prime is the quintessential classic New York steakhouse. Vibrant and vast, Prime features classic and creative preparations of the world’s finest steaks, aged in an on-premises patented salt-brick aging room, as well as seafood, chops and more. In a rock & roll atmosphere, with a world renowned 6,000 plus-bottle wine tower and professional and knowledgeable service, Prime will ensure the most remarkable dining experience.
Ledyard, CT 06338
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday, 12 PM - 4 PM
Monday - Thursday, 4 PM - 10:30 PM
Friday, 4 PM - 11 PM
Saturday, 4 PM - 11:30 PM
Sunday, 12 PM - 10 PM
Thanksgiving Day 11/24: 12:00PM – 9:00PM
Christmas Eve 12/24: 12:00PM – 9:00PM
New Year’s Eve 12/31: 12:00PM – 11:30PM
New Year’s Day 1/1: 12:00PM – 9:00PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Our team is available to help you plan your next function, large or small. We are happy to help you plan the entire menu regardless of your needs or desires – a cocktail party, a luncheon, a formal dinner – and can work in a wide variety of locations and settings. Call for more information and sit with our catering team to learn about your range of options. Whatever your choice, rest assured that the Burke Group team will provide the highest level of service and the most original, fresh and delicious cuisine, replete with special touches that will make your event successful.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
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Set amid the exciting backdrop that is Foxwoods Resort Casino, David Burke Prime can be taken over for a festive holiday celebration, a wedding reception or a fundraising event. With multiple spaces and a large bar area, the space encourages mixing and movement.
David Burke Prime at Foxwoods Ratings and Reviews
Not worth the visit for 2 people. Most couples are stuffed into the front of the house where there is less intimate space, sitting almost shoulder to shoulder with other people. The service is not good overall at the front of the house which is an additional concern. All together not acceptable for a $275 dinner for 2 (excludes tip).
Another great meal at David Burke's. We haven't been here in quite a while, so made a last minute date. Our servers were awesome. So attentive and welcoming. We ordered the special porterhouse, carved right at our table. Impressive and delicious. Our only regret is that we left without our takeout bag being brought back to the table. Maybe next time!
We have eaten there dozens of times and the food and service has always been excellent. Last night however, our waiter was horrible. He was rude and sarcastic and quite frankly condescending. He made it seem as though he was doing us a favor! The only saving grace was he female counterpart whose name I am unsure but she was excellent!
New Years Eve dinner for two. The table was against a wall it was like sitting in a hallway. Staff took care of the situation as well as they could for New Years Eve. Between the food for other customer being pushed by our table, traffic of other customers looking for the rest room it was not pleasant. Food was ok, not what we expected. The price did not matter but we felt we could have had a much better meal.
We went for New Year's Eve dinner. We did not like where our first table was situated but they were more than happy to move us. We wanted to do the 3 course price fix but it was unavailable due to the holiday. I had the short rib and it was more than enough and was out of this world. The drinks were delish too!
Took a chance and it really paid off. They had us in and out prior to our show and at no time did we feel rushed. Servers were knowledgeable and friendly. Food was delicious and the house Pinot Noir one of the best I've ever had. Removed from the frenetic pace inside the casino. It was a welcome and relaxing meal. Highly recommend.
The bread muffins served before dinner are incredible. We ordered calamari as an appetizer, which the table loved. As sides we ordered smashed potatoes and asparagus for the table, which were both incredible. As a main course we each ordered steaks which were all cooked to perfection.
I highly recommend this restaurant if you're spending any time at Foxwoods. Make sure to get reservations ahead of time as the wait for seating can take a few hours without.
Meal for 4, including tip, was $600.
The good: I had the 75 day aged ribeye cooked medium rare. It had a crunchy dark crust that was a yummy char, not burnt. The meat was juicy and the flavor was complex and savory. It was far better than the 40 day aged ribeye that I’ve had there before. The Berkshire pork chop my wife ordered was perfectly cooked and juicy.
The bad: The french fries were basically fast food fare and were served in much the same fashion. The glazed brussal sprouts with bacon were dripping what tasted like maple syrup. They tasted good but were much too sweet, and lacked sufficient bacon flavor. The smashed purple potatoes were served hockey puck style and topped with mystery fruit that I think was apricot; the flavors didn’t jibe.
The ugly: the server was noticeably unhappy when we didn’t order alcohol (sadly, I can’t drink for medical reasons). The next and last time we saw her was when she went through the long list of specials, none of which we wanted (it’s a steak house... we came for steak!). I feel like we were mostly ignored from then on. We got ONE bread roll that was mostly air and I had to ask for the one and only refill of ice tea I received.
In sum: I’ve eaten there before and I’ll eat there one more time but my tolerance for the ugly is slipping rapidly.
we have dined at DB a few times prior to this evening's visit and during those previous visits we were extremely pleased with both the exceptional service, as well as our meals. unfortunately, things did not go so well with this visit! starting out, we will seated at a table directly in front of the kitchen doors. the service carts with food were constantly blowing past us and i had to pull my chair in numerous times to avoid contact. it was a terrible table location, with continuous commotion and distractions! there shouldn't even be a table there in the first place! when we checked into the hotel they gave us a pamphlet indicating that DB had a prix fixe menu for christmas eve & day. we did not receive that menu when we were seated, therefore we inquired and were told that someone would respond. we waited and waited - finally the sommelier apparently saw our perplexed faces - lol - and asked if he could help w/ something & we reiterated our inquiry. one of the owners eventually made his way to our table & stated that they are not 'foxwoods' & did not know anything about the pamphlet & they were not doing a prix fixe menu due to the holiday. hmmmm? he was a tad abrupt w/his response - no apology - no niceties. oh well. moving on .... we had a salad, lobster carbonara & the salmon. all were barely average - nothing special or noteworthy. we were very disappointed. the popovers are delicious (good thing :-)! ) service also was nothing like it normally has been here. i do realize they were very busy, therefore maybe understaffed - i don't know. between the horrible table location, mediocre meals, indifferent attitude of the owner & fair service, needless to say we were disappointed. we had previously always enjoyed DB when we visited foxwoods, however, now i'm honestly not sure if we would return again or not.
The food was good the service lacked quite a bit took a long Time for someone to come over after we were seated almost a half hour appetizers came out right away dinner took well over an hour to come out after appetizers manager apologize but gave no reason why things were screwed up we’re there for my sons birthday just left a bad taste in my mouth with the service
We have eaten at Prime several times. This time we both had the prime rib, which was excellent; it was served with a enormous baked potato with bacon and cheese, and was drenched in a very nice au jus. I ordered a side of horseradish cream, which was perfect. We had coffee and creme brulee for dessert - also excellent - and were treated to a carnival-style batch of pink cotton candy as a treat after our meal. The service is always excellent. The place was a bit loud, but it was a Friday evening in early December, so this was probably to be expected.
We thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience here. From the hostess to the waitstaff the service was impecable and the food exceptional. Everyone was welcoming, courteous and professional. A very comfortable and relaxing place for dinner. We would definitely come back again.
Our dinner was part of a long holiday weekend getaway and we were looking forward to an upscale dining experience. Overall, we found the food overpriced, even for upscale dining. The quality of our food was mixed, with my husband disappointed by his steak, which at $72 should have been stellar. 2 side dishes cost an additional $24 and while good, were not rave worthy. Service was good, drinks were well crafted but pricy. The restaurant can get very noisy.
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