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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Walnut Creek
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
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday : 5:00pm - 9:00pm
South California Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
4 story self parking structure for free. Valet for $10.00
1/4 mile from Walnut Creek Bart Station.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, 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 - Walnut Creek Ratings and Reviews
Had a friend in from out of town. I didn’t want to deal with going out in SF and taking Bart home late at night, so we did this instead. We were both really impressed. Decor could use some updating, but the food and service were out of this world! I’ll be back!
Great for my special occasion, b'day. As usual, food was delicious; service was outstanding! Friendly staff is amazing! Mary, our waitress, was great! Mark is so very friendly, we've known him from our first visit to Fleming's. Thanks for making it so special . . . .
The food and service were excellent. When we dine at a high end restaurant such as Flemings, we dress appropriately: jacket and slacks, and spouse in her finest. However, there were diners in shorts, flip-flops, and gym attire. This fine restaurant lacks a dress code!
Flemming's is our favorite restaurant to celebrate our special occasions. We are always satisfied by their excellent service, food, and ambience. We've been coming here for years to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and other family occasions. Thank you for being a part of our memories.
I had never been to Flemings before. The atmosphere is a traditional steak house. Everything was wonderful except for one thing I noticed as soon as we sat down. It smelled like musty carpet and the carpets were dirty. I know that seems nit picky but I noticed it. If I am going to spend $400 on a meal I expect everything to be almost perfect. But the food was very good and our waiter was very attentive and took good care of us.
Very expensive for the value. Could have done more in presentation. Steak was very good, but 4 white plates with just a slab of meat leaves you to wonder if your better off with a grill at home. Food was good. Service was good but either $10 less or some sizzle on the plate
Food and service was excellent. Dinner for two cost about $200. Ordered 2 steaks, 2 sides and a dessert. This is a lot more than I would usually spend for a date night, but it is definitely worth the splurge once in a while.
Parking was insane. Our reservation was at 7pm, we arrived at around 6:20 to look for parking, but we didn't find one until about 6:55pm. There were so many cars circling the garage at the same time we were. Got done with dinner around 8:30pm and there were loads of spaces available.
For the expense of eating at Flemings, I will only return during the week when hopefully, it wouldn't be as crowded and as noisy as it was on a Saturday night. Expect to pay around $200/pp for dinner. For that price, I would like a little more room and less noise. The food was good and the waiter timed everything nicely. We never felt rushed.
When one spends over $400 on a weeknight dinner for four (w/o wine), the expectation of professional service, fine food and a memorable experience is the expectation.
Celebrating my son's 22nd birthday at Flemings, all those expectations were unfulfilled. Our waitress was curt, minimally attentive and had mistakes with our order. I ordered a rare plus steak that was gray throughout and had to be sent back. On whole, our party found the steaks to be average for the price ($49-$61.50) and lacked any distinctive flavor or characteristics that would make us return.
For the money of a fine dining experience, I perceive Fleming's a poor value as there are much more distinctive dining options in this price range
This was my first time dining at Flemings - we were there to celebrate Mom's 70th birthday. I have to say that based on what I had heard, I was slightly underwhelmed by my meal. The service was EXCELLENT and the ambiance was nice...but I had expected more of my $46. I simply was not that impressed. But Mom was happy and that's really all that mattered.
Flemings is an establishment steakhouse, at home in New York City, Chicago or Walnut Creek. Although we don't eat red meat, the restaurant offers many, many options including lobster, shrimp, scallops and wonderful salads. The seared ahi tuna is a standout. It is expensive and I think some items are over priced including the cocktails and desserts. But for a special occasion, it's worth the money.
We planned dinner for New Year's Eve at 5:00 PM. We chose Flemings because their food is amazing. We love the steak options, including the filet and rib eye, and my son loves their wonderful pork chop. The "sides to share" are perfect and have excellent options. The Flemings potato bake is delicious. Save room for dessert, because the Molten Chocolate Cake, New York Cheese Cake and Crème Brulee are great. We have eaten here at least 4 times, and we have always enjoyed the food. It is an expensive restaurant, about $100 / person if you have a drink. So, we save Flemings for special occasions when we want to have the best! Enjoy!
A trip to Fleming's is always a great experience, although the dining room is less than intimate. This trip, for Christmas eve dinner, was in lieu of our usual restaurant for the last 13 years, Lark Creek Inn, which closed last year. Going to Fleming's, we took it up a notch. Arriving a bit early for our 7:30 reservation, we were immediately seated - a good sign of things to come.
Positives: the small plates (shrimp and scallop with grits and a tomato-butter sauce; the other a sliced filet with a fantastic risotto) were wonderfully prepared and the perfect size for my 20 yr old daughters; the bacon in the fried brussels sprouts was thick, sweet and wonderfully caramelized; and the prime rib, a Sunday special deal, was cooked a perfect medium rare, came with 3 great sauces, salad, side and dessert (we had creme brulee and the lava cake). We also added a mac & cheese for the table - rich and creamy and well worth the extra cost and calories.
Negatives: the salads came a bit too quickly (while we were still finishing our drinks) and part of our leftovers were not packed up as we had asked, which we didn't discover this until we arrived home.
Overall, the food was a bit more upscale and the service was also a notch up from Lark Creek. But then again, so are the prices. If you can, go to Costco and pick up some gift cards to help reduce the cost.
One of the hosts stopped by during the meal to say hello and chat with us about experience after having read our reservation notes. It is this kind of special touch that makes for an outstanding experience. Fleming's is certain to please for special occasions.
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