DJ's Steakhouse-Jumers Casino and Hotel
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Very, very slow. Never asked if we wanted more bread or water. Our reservation time was 9:00 so they were not busy. Waitresses were more concerned about getting tables torn known and reset than the customers.
The food is excellent!! All of us had the ribeye steak. It was seasoned perfectly and very tender. The stuffed baked potatoe was awesome too!! We had a great cocktail called the Dirty Shirley. (We’ll definitely have it again) Expect to pay $100-$150 per couple.
My husband and I both ordered the Coulotte steak and we shared mushrooms and asparagus. As always, the steaks were delicious. The Coulotte steak is from the sirloin, but it's a cut I've never heard of outside of DJ's.
Our server was Treah, the second time she's waited on us. The service was attentive without being 'in your face.'
This is a great place to dine to either celebrate your casino winnings or to 'lick your wounds.'
The food was awesome. The shrimp and steak were exceptional!
About the 20th time we had dinner here. Always get the full pound of slit crab legs. No other restaurants t seems to split them anymore. Good value for $48 for pound, although this time my pound seemed "light" and less than usual but with no scale I had to trust them that it was a FULL pound. Enjoyed them though and they have great risotto which I always get as a side dish. Nice quiet get-a-way from noise of casino. Service could be quicker. Not enough wait staff lately and hostess stand not usually attended so you wait for someone to notice you and seat you, even though you have reservations. All in all though pleasant fine dining.
This was our first time dinning here and we were pleased with the ambiance, service and food. We will definitely dine there again.
The flavor of the steak was very good, but the rib eye was super tough and grizzly. The prices were very high for the quality of the steak. Service was good and the decor was nice but I would say it is not worth the price.
We have frequented DJs for many years now. It's always been a favorite and something we look forward to when at the casino. However, the last few times we have been there, something is off. The quality of the food is not what it used to be. My husband always orders the ribeye and its always been the best. The last two times, it was very fatty and even rubbery. He barely ate any of it on the last visit. Even my blue cheese dressing on the wedge salad seemed tart and unbalanced. Could there be a new chef?
Like usual, the ambiance, food and service were excellent.
The pork was great but was not even warm. The steak was cooked just right but was not tender (for $39 the steak should have been awesome). The salmon was excellent. The house wine was overpriced at $9 a glass. Great service and nice ambiance. A pleasant escape from the casino noise!
The good was good.
We ordered New York strip and Fillet..... they were very salty. Best steak house around doesn't compare to my local worst steak house around. The salad was not a salad in any restaurant I have ever been too. Two slices of lettuce head about 1 inch each with dressing and bacon bits on top. Really?? I wanted mashed potatoes but got this gluey yellow mess with onion greens, potato skin, and other unidentifiable flavors in it. I sent it back and said I wanted mashed potatoes, that is, apparently, how they serve them... it should have stated that on the menu. She then brought me out a baked potato which was there from several days ago(?) it tasted old. Other than that - it was very disappointing. No veggies on the menu or plate. Next time we'll try the buffet - we will probably enjoy it better.
My steak was good. My wife’s fish was overdone and cold. Our reservation was for 7:00 p.m., the restaurant had us down for 9:00 p.m. but we were still seated promptly. Perhaps there was a glitch between Open Table and the restaurant.
STEAK WAS WAY OVER COOKED ! 2ND TIME THERE AND TOLD WAITRESS WE DIDN'T WANT THE FILETS BUTTERFLY CUT BECAUSE THE FIRST TIME WE WERE THERE , THEY WERE OVER COOKED BUT WE DIDN'T WANT TO COMPLAIN. WE ORDER MEDIUM WELL WITH THE UNDERSTANDING WE WANTED PINK IN THE MIDDLE -- AGAIN THE STEAKS WERE BUTTERFLY CUT AND WAY WAY OVERCOOKED ! THE CRAB LEGS WERE COLD !
WILL NEVER EAT HERE AGAIN - THE PRICE IS OUTRAGEOUS FOR TERRIBLE FOOD .
(EXCEPT THE MASHED POTATOES - THOSE ARE FANTASTIC- BUT THEY WERE ALSO ON THE COOL SIDE THIS TIME )
Very friendly and a very nice selection in their menu.
The food was absolutely delicious! And the atmosphere and seating was very peaceful and comfortable. We would highly recommend it for a superb steak!!!
Not happy with our meal. Steak was to salty
Baked potato wouldn't even melt butter. I set my drink glass out to the side to get another and the entire time she didnt ask if i would like another. She took our water decanter and didnt bring us more. We had to ask the other waitress to get us more water. THIS WAS OUR 31st Wedding Anniversary WONT RECOMMEND GOING TO DJs. They gave us a piece of cake and it tasted like it had been setting in the fridge for awhile
Service was poor. Our waitress was not
Doing her job for and food not up to par.
Took advantage of Restaurant Week special — it was delicious!
Our food was very good, although we never got any rolls and butter . Steak was very tender, had excellent taste !! Salmon was also excellent !! Our guests with us experienced a problem with her water glass, was dirty. Service was slow, but manager was very helpful. WE will definitely try it again (alone, as a couple ). Also, coffee was wonderful !!
My wife and I both ordered the Salmon and it was cooked to perfection. The sides were very good and the service was excellent! Would recommend this steak house to all!
I eat at DJ's at least twice a month and service and food are always excellent. Lately they have started to offer 2 or 3 features a month which is a nice to change to their regular menu. The feature this visit was shrimp and gnocchi which was fantastic and very unique. I wish it was a part of the regular menu or they bring this feature back again.
What a pleasant surprise!
My husband and I drove from the Fox Valley-area to Jumer's yesterday for a spur-of-the-moment getaway. We booked a room and made a reservation at DJ's via Open Table.
We were seated promptly by very friendly staff. The restaurant was well-appointed, cozy booths lined the room and it was a warm, comfortable atmosphere.
After our server described the 14-ounce Coulotte Sirloin, we both ordered it (rare and medium-rare) along with grilled asparagus and sauteed mushrooms to share. We also ordered a bottle of 19 Crimes Zinfandel.
The wine was very good but the food was excellent!
I knew going into it that I'd never be able to eat all the steak, but my husband finished his, declaring it "fantastic", and I have lunch for a couple days.
The service was attentive without being intrusive, wine glasses were refilled appropriately and we left well wined and dined.
We will definitely return.
The food was only mediocre in comparison to the cost.
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.
Food was very good, very expensive, not sure the food was good enough for the price. Probably would not go there again. Not very busy to be reservation only.
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.
Very nice meal with great service cold drinks and close to our rooms
Staff was very nice, food was excellent, but drink service was very slow and the atmosphere did not seem high end.
Decor is dated and there were people wearing baseball hats and hoodies in a fine dining steakhouse... might need a dress code.
Food was amazing ! Also our server was wonderful, very friendly and definitely would love to come back.
Would not recommend, sells itself as high end and it is not from the service to the food.
Everything was great. Especially the meal.
Great service, food, drinks and atmosphere. My favorite restaurant.
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.
We live 2 1/2 hours away but we make a point of eating at DJ's whenever we go to Jumer's
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
Food is expensive, but good. Lately it had been pretty slow, so don't eat here if you're in a hurry. It's a good restaurant to sit and talk while you wait for your food.
Staff seemed disorganized . We had 6:30 dinner reservations and they were still setting up tables. We waited 10 min for table to be set.
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.