Nearby points of interest
Nearby points of interest
About DJ's Steakhouse-Jumers Casino and Hotel
DJ's Steakhouse located in Jumer's Casino & Hotel features gourmet steaks and seafood. The cozy and sophisticated ambiance is perfect for a special occasion or for no reason at all. Come try our award winning steakhouse one of the best the Quad Cities has to offer.
Rock Island, IL 61201
Steakhouse, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Highway 92 and Interstate 280 Exit 11A
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Visit the Edje Nightclub located off our casino floor. Open Friday and Saturday with bands performing from 8pm - 12am. No cover. Must be 21 to enter.
Parking is located outside the casino or in an adjoining parking garage. Valet services also available.
Jumer's Casino & Hotel is stop number 19 on route 40 with MetroLink Transit. We do provide shuttle service to and from the airport.
Chef Shawn Timmerman
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
DJ's Steakhouse-Jumers Casino and Hotel Ratings and Reviews
We went here for Valentines Day. Good selection of wines. I had risotto with scallops. It was a huge portion. Then to start I had butternut squash soup . All really good. My husband had their ribeye with the Caesar salad. This was very good he said. Our waitress was very attentive. We have eaten here once a year probably since it opened. Good place for fine dining.
The food at DJ's has been consistently good, every time we have been there. The interior design is very nice, and very stylish. It looks like a place where one would go on a date, or have a romantic meal. The reason I don't give 5 stars is that even though some things point to fine dining, and a romantic, date-like atmosphere, others do not. My husband and I dress up for a fine dining establishments. This restaurant looks like one, and the food is certainly of that quality, but most of the patrons are in jeans, sweatshirts, etc., since it is in a casino, which gives the restaurant a very casual atmosphere. Also, the service is good, sometimes very good, but the servers miss a few of the fine dining services one typically finds at a fine dining establishment. A couple of examples are: bringing the next course while one is still eating the previous course and expecting the customer to shuffle the plates around, and then letting the new course get cold or hot while finishing the previous course. The second is: never refilling wine glasses (in our experience). We believe in paying accordingly for fine dining, but when prices and ambiance say fine dining, and service and dress code say diner, we're not as happy with the high prices charged at this restaurant, when other fine dining establishments in the area do it all. We come back to DJ's periodically, mainly because we like the food. We just don't come often because it seems to be neither fish nor fowl. We feel awkward arriving in our nice clothes when most others are in the most casual clothes, but we would also feel awkward going to this restaurant of great food and a "fancy" atmosphere in jeans and a sweatshirt. When paying high prices, we want the entire package.
Our waitress was and is ALWAYS amazing. I draw a blank of her name, (she has dark hair, and was also working the bar, but took the time to wait our table because we requested for her to be our server ... the other waitress was also nice because she kindly had no issue with her waiting our table since our waitress was actually assigned to the bar)...but she always makes our dining experience top-notch for we’ve had her a few times now and we look forward to it every time we visit the Jumers. We send our thanks to her and DJs.
drinks are a little higher than I like. If you gamble you should get cheaper prices. we all had steaks that were good. My wife ordered med well and I ordered medium fillet. Mine was great my wifes a little too done. Bill was $150 for 3 people and I was the only one with a drink and it was a beer. $5.50 for a mich ultra is a stretch.
It took 20 minutes for our waitress to take our order and we were seated immediately at 5pm. Service was slow and all wait staff stood behind the bar caring on loud conversations during service. Female Bartender very loud and boisterous . Have eaten there over the years, owners or management must have changed. We paid $9 for a Cesar salad that was half the size of what we use to have and no longer made the Parmesan basket for the salad.
We have eaten there several times in the last few months. The food is amazing. I have tried all their steaks & everyone of their cuts are delicious. The last filet I got there you could actually cut it with a fork. We have taken several people there recently and all of them have raved about their meal. I will be returning shortly. I might add all the steaks have been cooked to perfection
Extremely pricey. We had a two for one coupon and the bill with tip was still $130.00. That was with just two glasses of wine. I've had better New York strips for $25.00. These were $43.00. Our waitress was wearing a temporary badge. She was confused most of the time and very slow. Not what you would expect at a restaurant with those prices. I just couldn't imagine paying $260 for that meal.
The prices were pretty high for the amount of food. Service was not very good. There was quite a wait just for bread to be served. We went right when they opened and they didn't even have any ready for a long time. Our waitress wasn't very attentive. I couldn't even get a straw. I asked twice and my husband had to go to the bar and get it himself. She wasn't really very friendly. The food was good but not an enjoyable experience like we expected. We were kind of anxious to leave and get it over with. Not our usual expectation of a nice dinner.
We had the Oysters Rockefeller, which was kind of a disappointment, especially for the price. We have had it in 4 different restaurants now, and this was our least favorite. Our steaks were great. I had the add-on of shrimp, which was good, but not 2 pieces for $8 good. I do like that they made the menu a la carte, so if the whole meal was too much food, you can order only what you want. The service was great.
Our meal was $150 and we didn't even get sides. I wouldn't complain about that if the meal was amazing, but it wasn't. We ordered 2 beers (husband) and a Snickers martini; the Boursin cheese stuffed mushrooms for an appetizer, which was okay; a ribeye (husband); and king crab legs. My husband's ribeye was good, but nothing spectacular. My king crab legs were $38 and they weren't bad, but they were dry and cold. You'd think if you were paying $38 for something, it would be amazing. We didn't order much, as you can see, and paid $150 (with tip), so we will not be going back. This is the second time we have been here, but the first time was when the casino was still on the river in Rock Island, and it wasn't worth the price then either. I really wish there were better restaurants around here that were worth the money!
We had a party of 10 and were given a waitress that had only been there 3 days. She couldn't answer questions on the food. Have tried the seafood on more than one occasion and never good. Lukewarm and bland. Chairs uncomfortable. Wait staff dis-interested in making the dining experience memorable. Menu too limited.
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.