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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Dayton
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar pairs a passion for service and seasonal ingredients
with the finest USDA Prime beef. Every dish is meticulously made from scratch and served by our
attentive staff. You’ll also discover the perfect wine for every mood with the Fleming’s 100®, our
award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass. Our wine list features top-rated vineyards from
around the world. We also offer Private Dining Rooms and a personal Private Dining Director who
will craft the perfect occasion for any group size or budget. At Fleming’s, every visit is filled with
Dayton, OH 45440
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sonoma Sunday Brunch & Dinner: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Indian Ripple Road & Greene Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private Dining has never been so personal. Our Private Dining Directors coordinate with you to create a one-of-a-kind experience, customized to your group size.
Fleming's Steakhouse - Dayton Ratings and Reviews
Our waiter was excellent. We never asked for a single thing and barely noticed him between taking our order and then asking about desert. What a relief from begging for refills and constant prompting.
Food was great. We had the Sun/Mon pri fix Prime Rib. It is probably he best dining bargain in the Dayton area.
The food at Fleming's is fantastic, incredible steak and sides! It may have been because folks were out still celebrating Valentine's Day, but the place was LOUD! More like a raucous pub, than a fine dining restaurant. Not a romantic setting! We shared a salad, had the small filets, and one glass of wine each, and the bill was $200.
We were there to celebrate a birthday as well as a family pregnancy announcement. We love Flemings and have always had positive experiences. The only thing that has ever bothered me about Flemings is their table assignment of parties. We’ve gone there multiple times as just the two of us and they put us in those massive half circle booths. This time we were there with four people and we were jammed into a small booth that lines the bar where there’s no elbow room to lift your knife in order to cut your steak. It makes no sense. If you have a part of 3 or more going to Flemings, I’d suggest to specifically request a table or one of the half round booths so you’re not shoved into one of the smaller booths. Maybe it’s just me but I hate being in a booth where I have to keep my arms down or in my lap just to be comfortable, ultimately forced to check my coat because it would not have fit in the booth with me, and my purse on the floor because even my purse couldn’t fit in the booth with two people on one side.
My wife and I took our college-age son (graduating Univ Dayton this year. yea!) to Flemings for his birthday. My son and I each ordered the bone-in filet mignon. Mine was cooked medium well and my son's was medium rare. Both were cooked perfectly to our liking with a peppery crustiness outside and mouthwatering inside. With the bone in, even the medium-well was moist and full-flavored.
We made our reservation via Open Table and noted that it was for a birthday and the receptionist asked us about it when we arrived but the waitress didn't seem to know about our special occasion until she noticed the birthday card on the table near the end of the meal. The meal was big and we each had a salad or soup starter (plus a birthday cake back at our son's apartment), so we passed on dessert.
But our friendly, attentive and pleasant waitress brought a little gift (or two) to the table that made a perfect ending to our little family birthday gathering.
We eat out twice a week, rarely at the same restaurant more than twice/year. Our normal dinner is a bottle of wine, appetizer and dinner for two for $100. Flemings is way over priced! I believe without any discount, this meal would easily have been $200. The food was good, but the value is restricted to those that have an unlimited expense account!
Flemings is a good solid steakhouse, offering everything you'd come to expect from a top quality steakhouse. I will admit, the prices are VERY high (the same as their outpost right outside of NYC in NJ.) Steakhouses, in general, are beginning to price themselves out of the market (especially in a town like Dayton). $50+ for just the steak, plus $13 for sides and $15 for a salad makes it a splurge only destination.
Fleming's participated in Dayton's Winter Restaurant Week so we took advantage of the opportunity to dine there and have a great dinner for $30.18 per person. The steak was great, very tender and cooked perfectly. The creamed spinach and mashed potatoes were also very good. Fleming's is a fairly pricey restaurant on par with Morton's and Ruth's Chris in terms of quality.
I have struggled with posting this review because, admittedly, I did not bring any of this up to management so they didn’t have an opportunity to remedy it. However, so many issues with our meal were visually obvious that any trained expo or BOH manager should’ve noticed them immediately.
We had 9:30 reservations on New Years Eve. We were a party of 4. I ordered the wedge salad, filet - cooked medium and Brussels sprouts. My partner ordered a wedge salad, chicken breast and wild mushrooms.
The wedge salads were delicious! No complaints.
My filet came out well done. There was NO pink in the middle at all. The Brussels Sprouts were basically carbon. They were completely burnt. Not grilled or “lightly charred”...they were fricking little chunks of charcoal with the most acidic vinegar on them anyone has tasted.
My partners chicken breast should have never left the the kitchen to begin with. The topping for the chicken was black and his physical chicken breast was black. I’m not kidding. Totally inedible and charcoal colored. Consequently, totally dry on the inside. Horrible!
The wild mushrooms we ordered...nothing more than button mushrooms. No portabella, no shiitake...nothing! Just slimy balls of domestic mushrooms. Terrible!!!!
I probably average 6 visits a year to Fleming’s and am familiar with their ability to deliver quality. I have always thought they were overpriced, but the food has been decent. This visit was totally unacceptable. My bill was $192 and I left a $40 cash tip because the SERVER WAS EXCELLENT!!! But for $232, I could’ve had an exponentially better meal for half that price at the competition on Far Hills in Oakwood.
I am so disappointed. I will struggle with ever going back unless Fleming’s strives to make it right and gives me a reason to return.
Lovely family dinner, with the expert service of Richard and crew. Steaks and lobster were excellent. Salads were not as cold as we normally are served, and forks were not chilled, but the policy may have changed there. Otherwise a very pleasant and well served meal.
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