Ambience was perfection. Such a beautiful patio and the weather was amazing. The impossible burger was amazing and we loved our entire experience. Well done !
My girlfriend and I love this place so much, we've made it a tradition of coming here every Christmas Eve. But we also
Spent our Christmas Eve dining at Jane's. Great choice! Great service, great food. Never disappointed.
We were very fortunate Jayne’s was open on Christmas Eve. We were able to lock in a reservation at a perfect time. The food was wonderful and menu was very descriptive. Service was on point: polite, and attentive. I look forward to heading back on a Tuesday for their Famous burger special. Thanks again guys!
Classic dishes done wonderfully. We haven't had a bad item on the menu yet. The new cocktails are also a great new treat and we can't wait to come back and try some more things.
The food and the service was very good. What we (all) didn't like was they had it so dark (6pm) that we had to use our phone light to see the menu and by the time we got our food, the noise level had reached such a pitch that we were almost shouting at each other to be heard 1 1/2 feet away. That is the one thing I really dislike in a restaurant, having to shout during dinner. Please spend some money on some sound absorption panels!!! Oh yes, the prices not so clear on the menu. A "special" that was listed was $18 but the others in the same spot on the menu ran $24 but wasn't listed as such. A bit of a surprise to the person who ordered it. Probably won't be returning.
My wife and I came here for her birthday. We sat outside in the back, which was nice. Great drinks, good food, and good service. The price was really what got us. Makes me feel like a cheap-o for even writing this. But the value isn’t there. We paid $16.50 for the Caesar salad! The salad was good, but it was just one head of romaine and we added anchovies. My wife ordered the local halibut on special and liked it. I had the eggplant tikka masala and also liked it. The halibut seemed to be the only thing priced right.
Side note: the pricing on the menu doesn’t seem to match the pricing in their system. For instance, the Negroni I drank was listed at $13. We were charged $14. The menu reads that the Caesar is $14.50 and the anchovies were a $1 add-on. We were charged $16.50. Not a big deal, just struck us both as odd.
I have been to Jayne's several times. The Pinot Noir they had by the glass was mediocre. I think the Rickshaw Pinot is better for example. The duck breast was well-prepared as was the spinach and the mushrooms. Delicious flavors. The flourless chocolate cake was dry; Smoking Goat has an excellent one. The blackberry sorbet was so-so; not very intense blackberry flavor.
Thanksgiving was excellent!
Great food with a fantastic ambience on the back patio; this is one of our "treat" dinners.