This is in the Marriott but the address from open table isn't the address on the building. That made it harder to find.
Pretty standard hotel resturant
We found this only because of Open Table since we are visiting the area. Our waitress was friendly & did a great job. The Restaurant manager was also very friendly & helpful. I had Ahi Tuna Tacos - delicious. Lovely night for the outdoor seating.
It was our first time and we are adding this place to the list of great eats!
Staff was very friendly and the service was excellent. The food was very tasty and inexpensive. I'll definitely be coming back!
Was very disappointed that this restaurant advertised thanksgiving dinner, but called us an hour before we had our reservation that they would have stopped serving by that time. Why did they take our reservation at that time? We relied on that and had no other plan. It was very upsetting and we had to scramble to find someplace else at the last minute. Not good. I will not be back to the limestone lounge.
The staff were fantastic, food was delicious. They had a great selections of salads to start with, couscous salad was so tasty. Hot Buffet was great, a large selection for all tastes. The short rib was amazing! Large selection of desserts too, all good! Thank you for making our Thanksgiving lunch easy!!
Very good service at the bar. The lounge was a little slow with patrons, but everyone was in a great mood. The food was very good and cooked to order.
I had the risotto of the day. It had the appearance of soup when it arrived. Heavy on the cheese and cream. Light on the chicken and mushrooms. Left more than half on the plate and did not take the rest to go.
My partner had the fish and vegetables. The vegetables were soggy and the fish was gummy.
1 drink special, 2 main courses, and 1 miniature dessert were around $70 with a minimal tip.
Skip this place. There is no reason to have dinner or lunch here.
We were not able to get reservations for 4 at another restaurant for Easter so we decided to give this a try. Simply put, we were not disappointed. The brunch was excellent--there was standard brunch fare deliciously prepared (made to order omelettes, waffles, migas, etc...) as well as some things that lean towards the lunch side (ham, brisket, pasta stations, salads, etc...). The stars of this Easter brunch were the desserts (mini macaroons, petits fours) and the excellent staff.
If you do not want brunch (or had children that are not going to justify the brunch prices), they also serve a full a la carte menu. Located in the Marriott on I-35 south, the Limestone Lounge is a restaurant that we will be back to.
Sean was great and made some outstanding recommendations.
I couldn't find anything on the menu that appealed to me so we didn't end up eating there. We just sat at the bar and had cocktails. We ended up eating at Texas Land & Cattle
Our group of 12 visited Limestone Lounge for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. The dinner was a decent price ($20), however, I was under the impression that it would be buffet-style. Instead, our dinners were plated, which resulted in a lot of wasted food, since the 8 people in our group of 12 that were under the age of 25 were not too interested in the side dishes. There was only one choice of dessert - pumpkin pie…again, not too popular with the under-25 age group. We ordered 3 additional desserts off the menu which were very over-priced. The tiramisu was a one-bite-sized portion, and the chocolate pecan cobbler was dry and tasteless. Overall, it was a decent meal in a pleasant setting, but I was disappointed in the lack of selection.