Love is in the air at Indigo Grill. Treat your Valentine to our fabulous 3-course menu and try Chef Deborah Scott classics such as Alderwood Plank Salmon or Achiote Glazed Sea Scallops. Our Valentine’s Day menu is priced at $49.95 per person. Optional wine pairing for $15.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Sun - Thu 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Great night Meghan was great and food was delicious
Great food, great service and amazing value. We thought that the prices on drinks, salad, shared plates and desert could have easily been $3 higher each. Wonderful Little Italy location. We will be back!
Main dishes were less than average quality and taste. Skirt steak was hard to chew, fibrous. Quesadillas were soggy and smothered by the black beans and the sauce on the steak. Our VIP guest from out of the country had a shellfish soup that was so spicy and salty she could not eat it. I asked for chef Deborah Scott and was told she was not there that night. She needs to pay more attention to what's going on in this kitchen.
Beautiful establishment with amazing food and cocktails. I was particularly impressed with the staff and service. I will definitely eat here again.
Mmm Mmm Mmmm. Had the fire skirt steak; spicy yet had depth and full of flavor...not just spicy to be spicy....was not overly spicy. The meat could have been more tender.
The hamburgler says that they have the best corn dogs he's ever had.
Best veggies, we want to learn to cook like Indigo Grill cooks vegies. Everyone would eat them at a home dinner if they tasted this good.
Live music which was a perfect level, not to loud. Large portions of really good food, we could have shared.
service was excellent, food was average, dessert was excellent.
I love this restaurant, but they need to adjust the music, turn it down, when the restaurant is full. It was so loud by the kitchen that we asked to be moved outside. We we're NOT able to hear each other talk.
I've been here twice and it has been great. Latin American gem in little Italy. It is loud but, comfortable. The food is very tasty and the churros should not be missed!
We were seated next to the open kitchen which meant we got to see all the condiment squeeze bottles and smell the cooking odors. The guacamole was bland and the stale chips were inedible. The brie was too mild to be set in mole sauce. The salt & pepper shrimp dish was okay and the fig & walnuts flatbread was very good.