One of our favorite restaurants in the Longmont area. They never disappoint. Excellent food and service.
The server was fantastic. He was attentive, very friendly, soft spoken and absolutely a pleasure to have wait on us. We had the 7 oz. filet that was served with garlic potatoes and fresh green beans. Can you say “wonderful “ .... the desert was a chocolate covered cheesecake with raspberries.... yummmmm!
We had a delightful coffee with the desert which finished off the dinner perfectly! This is by far the nicest restaurant in Longmont!!!
Loved the outdoor patio. Overall the food was good for our party except for the crab cakes which contained mostly filler. Would definitely return and order something else.
My husband and I had a great dinner with my parents. We all enjoyed our food and beverages. It was a beautiful evening on the patio. Highly recommend.
One of our favorite restaurants! We have taken various friends and relatives here. All have wanted to return. The martini selection is always interesting and the food delicious.
Food was great, service outstanding. Perfect for warm dinner evenings on the patio.
Bistro medallions were cooked perfectly, great peppercorn sauce.
The food was good, the service professional.
We like to stop in for special occasions. Would love to sit on their patio, unfortunately it rains everytime we go. We’ll keep trying.
Great as always!
Mother’s Day. They had a buffet. Cost was nearly 200 for a party of 4 with good options and quality equivalent to a Golden Corral. Won’t be going back
A most pleasing meal, celebrating my wife, a grandmother and great-grandmother, on Mother's Day.
We really enjoyed the buffet!
Staff was amazing. We had issues with our party size and they did a great job of taking care of us. Great local spot with a nice patio.
Food is outstanding, people just as good.
Thanks for a great night we will see you all again soon!
The occasion was my daughter's graduation from CU Boulder, and we wanted a restaurant outside of Boulder that was "special" - for such a momentous occasion. A friend who lives in Longmont recommended Martini's Bistro, and we could not have been more pleased. We were impressed when we first drove up to the Victorian house that is home to the restaurant, and we were greeted so nicely by the hostess and owner upon our entrance. Ushered into a private room in a kind of sun room, we enjoyed second-to-none service from our waiter, David, in a most pleasant atmosphere to celebrate my daughter's accomplishment. The food was fantastic, the cucumber martinis were a crowd favorite, and the prices were beond reasonable. But, even better, everyone left the restaurant feeling like they'd experienced a magical two hours. We live in Denver, but we will spending more time on the road to Longmont - to Martini's Bistro - in the years to come!
Patio is awesome. Great food and service as always.
Great atmosphere. Fine staff. Yummy food. ReAsonably priced. What more could one want. Oh yes, my wife loved her martinis!
Jessica is an awesome waitress. Took excellent care of our table. Always has a smile!
We went during Longmong Restaurant Week and knew ahead of time what we wanted to order. My salmon, on the regular menu, was very good. I love Brussels sprouts, but at least half of them were raw. I'm sorry I didn't send them back to be recooked. My partner's special meal of the braised duck was disappointing. The appetizer was fried haricot beans that were an okay substitute for French fries. But the side dish of potatoes were string fried potatoes that were too similar to the fried beans. Too much oil and too many fried foods---a side of mashed potatoes would have been much better. The dessert--Creme Brule--was delicious and the best part of the meal. We've been to Martini's before and have enjoyed it. We might return, but it won't be for a long time.
The food was amazing but the service was very slow. We waited 30 minutes after finishing our entree for a server to come to the table to order desert. The staff was nice and friendly, just understaffed.
Charming hostess, Abbigail... great waiter who created special drinks for an upset tummy... yummy food / perfect portions.
We had an excellent meal. They were busy on the night we had our reservation, we had an unexpected guest join us for diner. We asked to include one more person to our table, which they did with no hesitation. We ordered our drinks, then our meal and it was a thoroughly enjoyable evening. Would highly recommend their diner service – and the martinis are always great. Great service, great drinks, and great food.
The staff are warm and welcoming, around enough to make sure all is going well without being intrusive. The drinks are great and very generous. The food is consistently excellent. Great place for dinner with friends or family!
Our waitress was fantastic and the food was amazing. I would totally go back
Excellent food and service but the cocktails are very expensive.
Great Salmon special and the martini's are always fun served in a shaker
This location has both charm and terrific food.
The perfect dinner out. Outstanding service, perfectly cooked food as I’d do it at home, generous glass of wine, gracious attention to a special request, and inviting presentation. Rare value for money in the greater Boulder area. Looking forward to dinner at Martini’s.
Great food and of course the best martinis
Food was excellent and our waitress Savanna was so friendly and attentive. The owner has always come to the table to see if everything is ok - really like that personal touch!
Cannot wait to sit outside in the fabulous patio area!
My husband and I have been coming here for Easter brunch for 8 years. We won't be going back.
We are a party of only two, and the table they sat us at was squished between two other tables. Clearly they were packing them in. When our server came to take our drink order, I requested to be moved to the table behind us. The waiter said, "This table??? Well this is a table for three people. Don't you like this table?" I said, "No." Then he said, "Well there isn't anything I can do for you." Wow. And I literally said that out loud to him. He didn't even check to see if there was maybe another two-top table in the restaurant that he could move us to. No effort put forth whatsoever. He handled that terribly. I probably should have called a manager over, but I didn't. I wish I remembered what his name was so I could include it here. We've had him as a server before, and I remember him as being a pompous jerk then, too. One last comment, he didn't even tell us it was OK to go on up to the buffet and enjoy. He just brought the drinks and left. We sat there for awhile then said to each other, do you think we can go get food now?????
Now, let me talk about the food. We are aware that there is new management - we've been coming here for 8 years on and off for various things, so we are aware of the history of this place. But, the Easter brunch buffet has been sadly depleted. This meal was not worth $35. I'm not sure if this meal was even worth $20.
We chose to celebrate the Easter holiday at Martinis Bistro, but between how this occurrence started out with the server acting the way he did, to the sad buffet, we won't be coming back. Maybe ever.
We had the Easter buffet meal at Martini’s Bistro.
Our service was outstanding, and our blonde waitress was extra attentive, very kind to us, and we really enjoyed getting out of the house!
The food was sadly just ok- a lot of it was unfortunately cold- the scrambled eggs, the green beans, the ham, the cheese blitz. $35 seemed overly expensive for a cold buffet with a fairly “basic” menu. We were also seated right by the start of the buffet so had a lot of interruptions with all the noise and clanging of people entering the line. We enjoy going to Martini’s Bistro and have had excellent food there before, but we will probably skip future buffets.
I've eaten at Martini's for years. It's definitely gone down hill.
On this occasion we were at the restaurant for Sunday brunch. Our last brunch visit was very good - lot's of selections, great, hot, fresh food, and all the things one expects from a 35 dollar a plate brunch.
This visit was just the opposite - very few selections, mediocre food that was cold and under cooked, mediocre service, and a cold dining room. I expected much better - we were in the first seating, so I expected much better food.
The biggest disappointment was the deserts. This place is famous for its deserts. None of them were served at brunch.
And for those that drink, Mimosas and Bloody Mary's were 8
dollars a piece. For an additional $5 you could go to a 4 star restaurant near by for a much better brunch and drink for free
In short, a massive disappointment that left me feeling I wasted my money. I won't be coming back, and couldn't in good conscience recommend Martini's to anyone
Great local dining in Longmont. A real neighborhood gem! Amazing food!!!
I've really enjoyed this place in the past. This time, not so much. We were the first table to arrive for 6:30 reservations and were seated immediately into a largely empty dining room, but did not have a server come by the table for over 10 minutes when we finally received acknowledgement of our presence and water. Our drinks arrived nearly 25 minutes after we were seated.
Our friendly (but obviously overwhelmed server) took our soup/salad order, but not our dinner order, so we ate our first course with menus still sitting on our cramped table. Our two-top was clearly not a priority this evening.
The door to the patio was open (presumably so that servers could move freely between the gathering outside and the kitchen), and we were seated right next to it. That meant that I ate my meal in my down coat to try to stay somewhat warm.
The food was good enough, but the Sea of Angels dish that claims to include "lump crab" had a a sprinkling of micro-flakes of crab meat. There wasn't even enough to have a taste of crab. My partner's crab cake and scallop dish was, according to him, delicious.
I'm disappointed in this experience overall, but hope that if we try again (big if) that we'll be treated to an experience more similar to our previous visits.
Great food and great service! The only impact to the evening was the proximity to a noisy table.
Love this place
Will be back
We hadn’t been there in a year or so. The food wasn’t up to past experiences, but still a good meal.
Just discovered recently and our second time there. A really nice location, atmosphere and a wonderful menu. We particularly enjoy seafood so those options were wonderful. Cozy, not too crazy, intimate and a very nice atmosphere with really good food.
Sent note to Martinis about need for a gluten free and dairy free birthday dessert. Got there and was told usually have a hazelnut torte but not that day. Don’t use open table to make requests as they don’t get read or ignored. Salad was delivered with dressing containing cheese and then dinner was delivered with mashed potatoes also containing dairy despite waiters notes that I have gluten and dairy allergies . A very disappointing birthday dinner and now new concerns that the kitchen does not pay attention to allergy notes. They did comp my Martini for the two mistakes on my salad and dinner and the lack of a birthday dessert. Thank our waiter David for trying to protect me from a trip to the hospital .
Great dinner. This restaurant is our go-to place for out of town guests. I would recommend the fireside room for a quieter dinner. If you go from 3 - 5:30 they have early bird specials on drinks & appetizers. We go and order several appetizers as our dinner. We took our friend who has several food allergies; they were very helpful and prepared the perfect meal for her.
Excellent as usual.
Noisy children spoiled the ambience.