First time and loved it. Lots of small plates to share and great wine.
Took my wife here for Valentines Day. We were both pleasantly surprised. Postmark served us amazing food and the server recommended the perfect matching drinks. Walked away impressed and happy.
Our Postmark experience was, again, marred by circumstances that we're only partially aware of: It would seem the restaurant was significantly understaffed for the evening. Yet, what was most confusing, was that we arrived at 6:15 PM and told our server we had concert to attend at 8:00 PM (about a two-minute walk from Postmark). At the one-hour to go point, we reminded the server we had one-hour before we needed to leave.
The appetizer arrived -- excellent. Our salads arrived, also excellent. We ordered a beer, two signature cocktails and a $50 bottle of wine. The drinks took a bit longer than would be expected to arrive -- but the signature cocktails were excellent and the beer and wine were also exceptional.
We had ordered (for a party of three): Trout, Chicken, and Filet Mignon entrees, off the menu. We're confident they would have been excellent, but they never came. We had to leave for our concert at 7:55 PM. We paid our $130 tab plus a 20% tip (the server, we believed, was not at fault for the "Slow Food" preparation. For us, there were two failures: The server did not tell us the meal could not be ready in time; and, we had somewhat of a similar "failure to finish" in September of 2017. The food, environment, ambiance, service, and noise level are, overall, excellent. This experience was so off-putting that one of our party said: "never again." I'm willing to give them another try as the place has its charms and the food when it comes, is very good to excellent. In short: Be guided appropriately.
We loved the innovative menu, and our dishes were well presented and quite tasty. We received helpful and friendly service from our waitress, Hope.
To eat here you must have an acquired taste for food.
Well, that was mediocre.
Where do I begin—
How about a fixed price four course limited menu. It would have been nice if this was mentioned on the Open Table web site when I booked the reservation. If it was just my wife and I, it may not have been a big deal. But, we had an 11 year old in tow—$75 for a four course meal was not going to work for a kid only interested in a salad and an entree. Oh! Our server nixed the idea of anything other than the fixed menu... At 6:45pm, finding an alternate restaurant was really not an option, so let's make the best of it, we thought. Share and share, alike.
We had the least attentive, driest personality server on the floor. Hands down. Maybe she was new. Add to that the lag time between courses and, well, we are headed down hill and picking up speed.
Then, there's food—
Which was okay. Probably not as good as the kitchen thinks... I do have question—why was my wife's steak stacked on a pork belly when I indicated to our server we don't eat pork? Oh, well. Dessert was very good, though!
On the way out, I mentioned the experience GM, Steve. He asked for details. I gave them. Steve blessed me with the Millenial sorry/not really, though.
This restaurant has been good in the past.
Not sure what happened...
I thought the menu was inventive with good, fresh ingredients. Excellent presentation. The server was knowledgeable and efficient. However, I thought the food was overpriced.
All aspects of the dinner were wonderful. Lia and staff took wonderful care of our group of 8. Thank you!
The salmon was delicious without being too rich. Our waiter was knowledgeable and provided excellent service. The wines we chose were fantastic. We live close by and will definitely take friends here again before going to the theater.
Great experience. Service was fun and casual which helped for a fun night, food was full of flavor and portions left you feeling satisfied but not stuffed.