About LG's Prime Steakhouse - Palm Springs
Why do we call ourselves LG's Prime Steakhouse? Quite simply because PRIME is the best by any standard. PRIME steaks have the necessary marbling, that imparts a unique combination of taste and texture which defines the ultimate steak-eating experience. Owner Gail Greenberg presides over every detail to ensure that quality and service will exceed expectations. Serving only USDA Prime beef, dry aged on the premises. Highlights from the menu include the "Jewel in the Crown" our 24 oz dry aged porterhouse, the enormous 32 oz bone-in ribeye. 4 and 8 bone Colorado rack of lamb and fresh seafood. Winner of Zagats "Best steak in town" award and a permanent fixture on Tom Horan's top ten list.
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:45pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
The restaurant is in downtown Palm Springs so parking can get a little tight. We have valet service and two public lots. One behind the building the other less then half a block from the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
There are 3 rooms available for private dining depending on your needs with seating capacities from 30- 130 people. Set menu available upon request.
Private Party Contact:
Dan Phelps: (760) 416-1779
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Banquest facilities available for private parties
LG's Prime Steakhouse - Palm Springs Ratings and Reviews
I must give a shout out to Mimma (?) who really took care of us. My husband wasn't feeling well we just wanted to eat and get out. The waiter was slammed and we couldn't get a drink order in we sat for a good 15-20 min after he said I'll be right with you. We finally complained to him, he apologized ran and got our drink then was so apologetic all evening. Went we got the check Mimma had comped our drinks and appetizers. Thats how you treat customers, especially locals in a tourist town. That is why we will go back again and again!
I had salmon (at a steakhouse). It was only okay. My wife had a rib eye steak and loved it!! We shared a wedge salad with enough left over to take with her leftover steak. The garlic mashed potatoes were very good. Pretty pricey for everyday, but great for a special occasion or a great steak.
We were seated at the fire pit, and it was great. There weren’t very many people there, probably because it was just the beginning of dinner service around 5:30. Food was really good, a bit pricey, but worth it. Sides are family style and feed 2-3 people...we got the green beans and potatoes at gratin (potatoes were fantastic), and we ordered a prime rib, filet mignon, and New York strip. The prime rib was served with ajuis and a light horseradish and was amazing. The filet mignon was second and the New York was third. The service was fantastic! Overall, it was a great experience and the food was really good.
Overall, it was not a good experience for LG's. Although it was Thanksgiving, they did not have their best night with service and food quality. The server was too busy with large tables that had lots of kids, and did not have time to provide the service LG's is known for. The server had the table-side caesar salad made by his bus boy, and the famous LG's caesar salad was terrible. The service was slow and I will not return on a holiday occasion to LG's.
Just well past it's prime -- no pun intended. Given all the competition in the Valley, I'm not sure why LG's would be on anyone's list anymore. Years ago, I loved LG's. Now the drinks are poor (is there a reason your martinis aren't cold?), the food is just not great given the price, service is perfunctory, and the overall experience is a big "why bother."
A very busy weekend in town, but the restaurant not overly busy, so no excuse there. We were seated in time and the decor was nice. We started with a mixed drink and the Tumbleweed appetizer. Appetizer was messy but yummy, drinks were ok. We had ordered the Caesar for two, nice entertainment to have it made tableside, but why was it served with the appetizer? I would say average again. Our filet and prime rib were the served plain on a little plate that the meat just fit on. Maybe check Pinterest or a local competitor for garnish ideas? On top of that, my pr was luke warm at best. My husbands filet was fine. The side dish advertised as potatoes and carmelizef onions was potatoes and lightly sautéed onions, no carmelizing nor flavor there. The topper was there was no one to inform about my dinner, nor to order the bottle of wine we wanted. I finally flagged someone down to bring my husband a glass of wine. I was done.
The good news is the next night we went to Le Vilauris and it was Wonderful!!!
This was my first visit. Despite sitting on the patio near the street, it was relatively quiet. Service was great and not rushed. But almost too attentive. A busboy would stop by to ask if we needed more of something, and then 2 min later another would come by and ask. That’s me nit picking I know, but overall it was very nice. Steaks and sides were perfect. As well as my much needed martinis. Fab. I’ll be back, and would definitely recommend.
The overall restaurant and staff was wonderful BUT we ordered a 30 oz bone in rib eye to be prepared medium well. The rib eye was extremely raw and was not anywhere near medium or well at that matter. Also, we asked for a glass of water about 3 times before the server actually had to go get it himself as the staff we asked basically disregarded us. The lamb was amazing but the undercooked steak and multiple requests for something as simple as water took away from everythiung that we actually did enjoy. Sad to say, it wasn't even a busy evening so I was disappointed. We were out of town visiting so I didn't even bother to voice my complaints or concern to management.
Well what can we say........exceptional,amazing,premier dining,food from another dimension,takes your taste buds to an entire new level. All these and more make LJ's steak house the finest there is,without doubt. Just go try it and you'll see its out of this world.
Really, very good! Jose is a knowledgable and attentive waiter. He knows his stuff and made the most delicious Caesar Salad tableside. Be sure to order one. My 8oz filet was perfectly cooked but too big: I only ate half! They do a little butter bath on the steak, ala Ruth C, which I wish they wouldn't - it interferes with the taste of the steak - but it's ok. We had a good Malbec with dinner at about $60, which was good for the quality of the wine. I hate pretentious wine lists and this one was anything but. Most wines under $100, with many in the $40 range. A lovely place in PS!
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