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About Jeffrey Adams on Fourth
From succulent steaks to hearty salads, Jeffrey Adams is your place for a quiet dinner for two to an evening event for a large party. Featuring a wood fired grill and craft cocktails, come see what all of Winston Salem is talking about!
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Jeffrey Adams on Fourth Ratings and Reviews
We went to Jeffrey Adams before seeing the Nutcracker at the Stevens Center. We couldn’t have asked for a better location! It was also very close to the public parking deck. The lunch menu was very reasonably priced and the food was good. I would recommend giving it a try.
We really enjoyed our dinner before attending the annual NCSA presentation of "The Nutcracker". The food and service was great. We also have had lunch there several times and have always been pleased with the food and service. Thanks for a great place to enjoy an evening or lunch with family and/or friends.
I had only eaten here once before, but the food and service was great. I was asked to choose a place for our office holiday get together and I immediately made reservations at Jeffery Adams.
Again they did not disappoint. The food and service was great. We did not have to wait long for our food and the waiter kept our drinks filled.
Will be eating here again soon and will recommend this place to others.
Jeffrey Adams is so so for dining. It looks like it has a nice bar, but the food left more to be desired. The artichoke and mushroom dip seemed lacking in both artichokes and mushrooms and seemed to have a seafood flavor. The salad that was supposed to include artichokes had two small ones. The order was not completely accurate. It did not have many gluten free options either. The service seemed slow for a fairly empty restaurant. Perhaps we caught them on a bad day.
Seemed like a popular spot to try while I was in town. The ahi tuna appetizer looked dry (was a little worried it wasn't fresh) and the seafood risotto was OK (the scallops were large and really good). The service was also a little odd and a little too frequent-- before we could take a bite of the appetizer we were being asked to order our dinner. The place looks like it would be fun for a happy hour.
We had burgers and a sandwich. They were really good. But the whole situation was a little strange because they open at 11:30 on a Sunday but don't have anything resembling a brunch menu. In fairness, we could have figured that out from the menu on Open Table, but somehow we just assumed there must be something in the brunch category. Wrong. Back to the burger. It was the "farmhouse burger," and it was cooked perfectly - the waiter said they grind their own beef - and just terrific. One of us had the turkey and gouda sandwich and reported that it was also very good. And two sides - macaroni and cheese, and brussels sprouts - were fantastic, especially the latter. The waiter was also very nice and low key. Bottom line, it was a little off our expectations but on the whole, good food for good value with good service. Recommended.
Visited for an early dinner at 5:45 on a weekday. Not busy yet so not noisy at all. We ordered a couple of their creative craft martinis and they were excellent. The side Caesar salad was perfect. Very light dressing but tasty. My wife ordered the seafood risotto and it was excellent. Very tasty and a generous potion that we shared some the next day for lunch. I ordered the surf and turf. A nice 4 ounce filet cooked perfectly with two lobster claws on top and two seared scallops on the side. Very tasty. We splurged and shared apiece of Key lime pie for dessert. A nice way to finish a very good meal.
Just love this restaurant. The ambience, location in downtown, food, and commitment to locally sourced ingredients is fantastic. Only area for improvement is that it took quite a while to finally get our entrées. In fairness, the restaurant was quite busy yet had to wait an uncomfortably long time. Nevertheless, the food, location and other positives were overwhelmingly favorable and we will be back. Would encourage anyone to give this a try, you don’t won’t be disappointed unless you’re in a hurry
Found this place by "accident" via Google Maps searching for a pre-theater dinner option. Everything was great, our server (Todd??) incredible and attentive, offering suggestions when asked. Our only complaint was that we had made reservations days in advance, and once we were seated and had ordered, a table of eight woman was seated directly beside us, unfortunately, the volume of which completely ruined our quiet, date-time experience. Worth requesting a "quiet" table, I suppose. Food and service were amazing.
Food was excellent; original and well prepared. Young lady who served us appeared to be totally unprepared for the challenge of handling one fourtop in an otherwise empty dining room. Got drinks mixed up: entrees wrong; then disappeared for most of meal
Unique dining experience. Would not care to ever repeat it.
Food was good but the sevice was a little slow. It’s a nice place to have dinner in downtown and then walking distance to the local bars for a drink afterwards. I’ve been there several times and the food has always been tasty. The smoked gouda mac is delicious.
Our waitress Katarina (I think that was her name, she was Greek) was so sweet! She provided great service. The only thing I would change was to check in on us a little more. It took her a while to get to us to make our order. But other than that NO complaints!
Overall it was good. Atmosphere was nice. Enjoyed the salmon dinner but wasn't crazy about the summer vegetables since they were over cooked.
They should do breadsticks or something else to snack on while you wait for your meal. Would rather not have dinner rolls.
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