I ordered the fish tacos. Has good flavor but sat in the warmer too long. My crema came out hot. The avocados were turning brown and the corn tortillas were as tough as leather on the top half and soggy on the bottom half.
It was a very pleasant new year's eve dinner. The food was great, no fancy and over the top ingredients but truly flavorful. There was a wide range of cocktail and wine selections to choose from. The staff were attentive, friendly and courteous. Most of all, the prices are highly reasonable. If you are looking for a quieter, not-so-festive way to celebrate with more focus on delectable meals, this is the place!
New Year's Eve
We were so happy to have a lovely table for two with unique High backed
Chairs for Christmas.🎄 🎄 dinner! There was a special Christmas set menu available but we chose to eat off the menu. I loved that we had that choice.The Turkey dinner had a great price value $26. My ptdaughter had fish tacos that she raved about.She said it was the perfect amt of food.I had a yummy grassfed burger, ceaser salad with a side of skinny truffle fries (truffles on the side.) Our waitress Lila was attentative and fixed my fries immediately when the kitchen sent the wrong fries..I had a delicious peach iced tea... It was a cozy meal and very low key which is what we desired being for being away from home. Thank you for the sweet memory Hyatt Eclipse!
We were sat in a weird location with no ambiance and when we asked for another table we were denied even though there were plenty of open tables. The service was pretty slow. Food was ok.
It was Christmas Eve, and we didn't have reservations. Most of the places we love were closed, and most of the places we have been wanting to try, were booked. So, I was just looking for a good deal-- decent food, close to our hotel, and not overly carb-filled.
It came down to three options: the steak house didn't have a working website, they wanted to charge our card before we dined, and they didn't want to share what the menu for the night was. Scratch that.
There was another one that looked interesting, but it was in the Tenderloin-- usually not a problem, but I was tired and grumpy, and didn't think that I wanted to deal with the Tenderloin.
So, off we went to the Hyatt. It was close, the menu for the night offered lots of protein and veggies-- very little carbs. And it was cheap. I like cheap, when it is good.
We were sat right away at a little table-- two giant wing chairs and a little oval table. I moved the chairs so we were next to each other. Service was a little slow, but the place was hopping and we were in now hurry. Since the prime rib dinner was reasonable-- $38 each, that is what we went for.
Dinner came quickly enough-- his rare, mine medium rare. Good meat, good veggies and the potatoes with celery root puree were smooth and tasty-- no mounds of butter needed.
All in all, not a bad dinner for a last minute Christmas Eve dinner.
Not special at all for our Special Occasion. Service wasn’t bad, but the food was dreadful and there was nothing special about the limited bar menu. I wouldn’t come back if I was paid. The only good thing about it was my kids were happy to ride the elevators :( Save yourself the trouble and stay home.
This is a hidden find. the waiter said the mgmnt isn't interested in advertising to outside customers which is a huge error on their part. I've eaten there 3 times and each time everything was excellent.
Great place for lunch during the holidays tho the Hyatt's Christmas decorations have turned disappointing.
I love the ambience, food, and all the staff were very nice and accommodating. I found this last minute and just the ambience and setting were amazing.
We selected this restaurant for Thanksgiving Day. They advertised a TG dinner that sounded great. We booked an early dinner, but were told they did not begin serving this meal until 5 PM - which was not clear when we reserved. We ended up having small plates and sandwiches - which were very good, but not what we had planned for.