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About Latitude 41
Latitude 41 (Evolution by Celebrity Chef Dean J. Max) manifests his exquisite & unique land food creations in Columbus. Columbus is prime for his Culinary Expertise & phenomenal service execution.
Columbus, OH 43205
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 12:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, Saturday: 12:00pm - 2:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Sunday: 5:00pm to 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
$5.00 per vehicle.
Dean J. Max & David MacLennan
Private Party Facilities:
Please call for details.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Latitude 41 Ratings and Reviews
Doors were locked around the perimeter, and we had to enter through the hotel's valet entrance; none of which was posted.
The server wasn't unfriendly, but also did not make any attempt at connecting with us. I cannot place much blame on him, however, as he was only 1 of 2 servers working a crowded dining room. The service was very slow because of that. We waited upward of 10 minutes for soup! When the entrees came out, my partner's pasta was piping hot, and had a crust over it, due to the time it spent waiting under a heat lamp. My salad had a piece of chicken on it that I could tell had been warm at one point, but by the time it made it to the table, was little more than room temperature. We opted to skip dessert at that point. Will definitely not return.
We were seated promptly, and the staff we interacted with were all friendly. My main problem was that on a menu with only seven main dishes they were out of one of them (and didn’t tell us upfront), and the one that we did end up getting wasn’t as described in the menu (overdone broccolini instead of grilled brussels sprouts). Have to say that there are far superior options within walking distance, so we won’t be back.
The server, Carl, was excellent. He was very tuned in to our wants and needs as well as being very congenial. The brussel sprouts were served as an appetizer. They were excellent and like none we have e er had. The scallops were seared and very tasty as was the skirt steak. We will certainly return.
Chef Meacham. I came home to Columbus for a visit and decided to check out his new place. From the first to last bite, I was very pleased. Brought a guest and she was amazed. It was the perfect welcome home.
I'm writing this review 30+ days from visiting and I can still remember the flavor profiles. My only regret: not ordering the tasting menu.
We went here for a lunch. We ordered a three course meal. The first two courses were much better than the entrees. The cheese plate was nice, but there was no explanation of what kinds of cheeses they were offering that day. However, we waited up to 20 minutes just for the cheese plate. The potato leek soup was the best part, for both of us. The service was lacking. They brought me the wrong soup the first time and we had to wait for the replacement. By the time my soup had returned, my partnered finished her beet salad, which she enjoyed. However, the entrees were subpar. The chicken was boring and the salmon lacked seasoning. The chicken had no sauce. The meat was moist but flavorless. We were both left underwhelmed and a little upset at the price we paid. Not worth the drive, the wait, or the price. We may go back, but only for soup and salad. Not a dinner destination at all.
My partner and I celebrate our anniversary on July 4, which makes it difficult to find an open restaurant. Latitude 41 was open so we decided to give it a try. Being a holiday, there were only a few customers in the restaurant. The host greeted us warmly and enthusiastically. Our waitress (Dominque) was friendly, knowledgeable, and attentive. They even gave us a complimentary glass of Prosecco and desert sampler, since it was our anniversary—totally unexpected! The food was delicious, and artfully presented, with a variety of healthy options. We split a wonderful beet salad and two entries. The kitchen staff even divided them onto separate plates for us. Try the roasted Brussel sprouts! We enjoyed a positive, memorable experience at Latitude 41, and will gladly return.
I chose this restaurant after looking at the menu online, and the pictures online. It lived up to none of that. The menu online was not offered at all. The buffet they had to eat from consisted of stale bagels and oatmeal you could have used as concrete. The only thing good was my Pepsi. I was extremely disappointed in every aspect of the experience.
Latitude 41 was recommended by friends so we visited the restaurant for the first time with two friends, like us, who had never been at the restaurant. No one was there at the time so the restaurant was not busy. Our food was delicious but our friends had ordered their meat medium rare and it was well done. So we told our server who said he'd bring another one out which was well and good but it took another 20 minutes before the medium rare meat came out. And initially our server never came to see if our meat was done the way we want it. We were extremely disappointed in our first visit.
We had a party of 4 for dinner. I had the scallops which were cooked perfectly but curiously salty. Some were really good and others were so salty I wanted to wash them off in my glass of water. Another diner had the roast chicken. It was so dry she started gagging at one point. The potatoes etc that were served with the chicken were great. The chicken, though, was obviously way over cooked. The waiter and manager? were very nice about giving us a free dessert, but I think they should've taken it off our tab. We'll try the place again and see if the food gets any better. We loved our server.
I didn't know this was a hotel restaurant. It was a step above the open dining areas in hotels with free breakfasts, but that is about it. The Scallops were good, but the Mushroom Risotto was watery and below average. The Charcuterie Board was below average with a couple meats and cheeses, but no spreads, jams, mustangs, or pickled accoutrements. Roasted brussels sprouts were above average. Cocktails were bland, obviously made with syrups. The waitress was attentive and got out orders in before a large walk-in party, but that was the highlight of the experience. Almost any pub/bar in the area would have been better.
We were told by the hostess that they were busy when she seated us. It was 25 minutes before someone came to our table after we were seated. I was getting ready to leave when someone finally came. Once the server finally arrived the service was attentive and the food was great. I would give this place another shot.
Really disappointed with the service. We had reservations at 745. We were greeted promptly and given water. My wife ordered a drink, and I took a few minutes to decide what I wanted to drink from the bar. I waited over 30 minutes for my drink to be made. It was over 45 minutes before we received our appetizer (charcuterie plate- doesn't require much cooking/prep does it?) which was delicious. Our entrees were pretty good but nothing amazing for the wait. It seemed like our waiter was also bartending which might have been the problem? Either way, we won't be returning- pretty disappointed at the service for the price.
This was always my favorite restaurant but I have not been there in several years. I raved about it to an out of town guest. I was sorely disappointed. The service was awful. The young lady serving the food was rude, was observed giving my guest a dirty look because he asked for clean silverware between courses. The order was messed up and rather than ask for an explanation she told us we were wrong. The food itself was disappointing. The Caesar salad was nothing more than some romaine with buttermilk dressing. What happened to the anchovies?
Everyone liked the truffled fries but they were devoid of any real truffle oil.
The service was terrible. We waited for 5 minutes while the host was on the phone. He was probably taking reservations but he didn't even look up to make eye contact with us. There was no bread served with our salad. The manager said they currently don't have bread service, but he brought us some cold bread sliced from an Italian bread loaf. So, at least that was something. Then, our waitress came by one time to check on us during the 45 minutes it took for our meal to arrive. When it did arrive, our husband's steak and my scallops were actually good and the presentation was nice. It was odd that my husband was given his meal and them I was given mine. Isn't the rule that the woman is always served first? They also refilled his water first. Then, we waited quite a while after finishing for our bill. We had to ask the manager, because the waitress didn't stop by our table. He could tell we were upset with the service and apologized. He gave us 25% off of our next meal, but we doubt that we will return.
We were there for New Year's Eve at the hotel and ate at Latitude 41 for dinner and breakfast the next day. The food was wonderful. Portions were great for the prices. The chicken was very flavorful and the scallops were melt in your mouth!!! The bacon at breakfast was incredible tasting and my omlet was HUGE!!!
Locally grown/raised here in Ohio too.
Wonderful experience at this restaurant!!!
We enjoyed the quiet and pleasing environment. Food was
very good with the exception of 1 steak, that came out medium-rare and was ordered medium-well. Adam, our server, was quite attentive. Portion sizes were not bad, but could be somewhat larger. $5 to valet park (it's located on the ground floor of a hotel) +/- tip. Overall, we enjoyed our experience at Latitude 41.
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