Not even sure how to review Latitude 41. It might have been a clue that there were plenty of available times around a concert here and almost nothing else was available on OpenTable. Service was uneven, at best. We were seated after an awkward moment at the host's stand. We had looked at the cocktail menu online but asked for one when we were seated because that was the one missing from the table. More confusion so we asked our server for it. Eventually it appeared. The drinks were delivered from the bar, which was allegedly very busy. Our second round of martinis weren't made correctly and were presented in rocks glasses. We ordered the Ohio cheese board and while the cheeses were good, the presentation was not great and it was served with really bland crackers. The redeeming thing about the entire experience was our shared wild mushroom pizza and brussel sprouts. Both were really good. The vibe of the restaurant is odd. It's located in a hotel so there must be a shared bar. The staff is polite but disengaged maybe. The atmosphere is attempted high-end but sort of dated.
Our server was really nice, however it took a while for someone to greet us and take our order. It appeared to be under staffed and a lot smaller than expected. The food was good, but wasn’t great. It wasn’t a bad experience, however, it could have been better.
This restaurant is a hotel restaurant and fits that description. We had read about it and thought it would be elevated atmosphere, but were disappointed. The food was ok, but over-priced for what you received.
We attempted to use Opentable reward, as it was an option when booking. The restaurant had never heard of the reward, didn't know how to process and after 20 some minutes we told them to forget it, as we had to leave and were going to be late to our show.
The food was incredibly bland. We paid $20 for chicken with absolutely no flavor and completely dry. Complete waste of our money. Absolutely will never go back!
Great relaxing dining experience. Carl was exceptional with food suggestions and wine pairings. Definitely a place we will visit again soon!
Everything was great, but we caught some serious sass from the seating host for being 10 minuets late for our reservation. Which I would have understood had it been totally packed. But there was PLENTY of seating available. Didn’t appreciate that very much considering it was a foggy night with rain and traffic. Otherwise great food, greatttt wine, good service and a perfect location for a Valentine’s Day dinner.
Great service. Food was good and a good value. Atmosphere is just okay for a special occasion, would be okay for a typical night out.
This was, hands down, one of the best dining experiences I’ve ever had. The food was a bit pricey for us, but was worth every penny. Our server, Carl was awesome. He was knowledgeable about the menu and very attentive. He went above what you would expect from the average server to make sure that we had a good experience. We will probably go back just to have him as our server again! The rest of the staff was also very attentive. You never had to wait for water or for an empty plate to be taken. We left very happy!
Menu was very limited, server never provide a drink menu from bar. We had to ask for bread; which came very late. hanger steak was good, lamb shank was bland. Server seem to be lost all night, never brought out silverware with dessert. Very disappointed
Our waiter was incredible and gave us advice on which dishes he loved and thought we would like. He paired us with a bottle of wine that best suited both our dishes and not our pockets and it was one of the best experiences I’ve had at a restaurant in a long time. He made our valentines dinner very memorable and I believe his name was Carl so if you dine there, ask to sit in his section.