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About McGill's on 61st
A locally owned, upscale yet relaxed dining experience for almost twenty-five years. McGill's features Prime rib, Prime steak, Prime seafood, Prime cocktails, and Prime wines with professional friendly service.
Conveniently located in the KingsPointe Shopping Center at 61st and Yale.
Tulsa, OK 74135
Steak, Seafood, Prime Rib
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 5:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Friday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm;
Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm;
Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Open parking in KingsPointe Shopping Center.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Dining Room Available.
Seats up to 14
Plasma TV with Laptop Hookups
Private Party Contact:
Manager: (918) 388-8080
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
McGill's on 61st Ratings and Reviews
My wife and I went there for our 48th wedding anniversary. The waiter was both friendly and professional. The wife ordered steak and lobster. I ordered the prime rib - a BIG mistake. My wife very much enjoyed her meal, although she said that the steak was just OK. On the other hand, my prime rib was the worst I have ever tried to eat. It was so tough and full of gristle that I had to saw at each bite for at least twenty seconds. Secondly, the cut was only marginally warm when served. Had this not been a very special occasion I would have sent it back. Perhaps that's what the proprietors of this establishment count on, special occasions have a way of keeping the complaints down. I was able to eat only about a third of the prime rib before my jaws gave out from the chewing effort. I took the remainder home and gave it to my dog. He loved it. Yes, I would recommend this establishment to my friends, but only with the caveat that they DO NOT order the prime rib.
I was looking for a special place to take my Dad for his birthday. McGills fit the bill.
Open Table worked to get the time and type of table I requested, the service was very good and even offered to charge my cell phone as the battery was dying. Which was needed to take a few pictures of the evening.
Food was very good, timing of food delivery was very good and the ambiance was perfect - quiet and upscale.
It is a steakhouse so expect elevated pricing but with that in mind, it was an enjoyable evening.
The service was great, very friendly and helpful. The only thing lacking in the food was the dinner salad. Lettuce was very wet and tasteless. Atmosphere was great, almost felt like we were the only ones in the room. Quiet enough to carry on a casual conversation. Will be back sometime.
The food might actually be very good, although I do not believe that our waiter did a good job of relaying our wishes to the kitchen staff. Our waiter was the primary issue and he seemed to be disinterested for most of the evening. I ordered the prime rib medium rare and he brought me a piece that was very obviously medium to medium well. When I commented on this he initially told me it was the lighting in the restaurant that was making it appear overdone and then told me it was because they finished the prime rib by dipping it in Au jus and this stained the meat. He told my husband that there is no grading system with beef anymore. We did not bother to tell him that we are cattle producers. He never offered to replace the prime rib nor did he offer to correct my husband's steak which was very obviously not a prime cut of beef, which is what mcgills advertises. Our crab legs were very waterlogged. Lastly, he did offer us a complimentary dessert to make up for the steak and the prime rib that were not prepared correctly, although he did not offer to correct these mistakes either. We ordered a piece of carrot cake which was delicious and he did not miss a beat in putting it on our bill.
McGill's is an excellent restaurant, especially for special occasions. We went there for our 24th wedding anniversary and it was wonderful. GREAT FOOD, awesome wine list. Felt like they went above and beyond to make it special for us. Really enjoyed the crime brûlée at the end. It's not the cheapest place on the planet, but is great for celebrations.
My wife and I went here for our 10 year anniversary because we had read great reviews on McGills and wanted to try it. The service was outstanding, I cant emphasize that enough, however, I ordered a rack of lamb and while it was cooked spot on medium rare, it was the blandest tasting lamb I have ever eaten. There was no seasoning other than salt and pepper on it, and if it wasn't for the homemade mint jello (I would not call it jelly) It would of been a real chore to eat it. My wife ordered a steak (I forget which cut) and she ordered her steak medium well, which the waiter specified to have a "just little pink in it" when she ordered, however the steak was well done. Our ticket total was over $80.00 dollars, and I left a 10 dollar tip on top of that. I suspect allot of the good reviews are from lifelong repeat customers for McGills, but for my wife and I as new customers are not impressed with the food enough to pay that much, or to return, had I known the food would of been like it was, I would of just went to Napa Flats and gotten lamb chops and a steak for less cost that would of been cooked correctly and had better flavor. McGills would be a fine location to eat at if the food was prepared to a quality to match the price, or if the price was reflective of the food quality.
Had not eaten at this location before, was in town for the Soul to Soul concert. We both ordered the filet and Australian lobster. Lobster was very good. My "6 oz" steak was about the size of a half dollar and just over an inch thick. My wife's looked like a 6 oz steak should. Asked waitress and she said mine was 6 oz. No way was it 6 oz, just a small medallion!!!
Waitress acted like it wasn't important and walked off. Will not be back
Our first visit in 20 yrs. Used to go to the 21st location, when we had money.
You still need money when dining here! I got fish, thinking the 'special' would be
same price or less than the fish on the menu. NOT. 12 bucks more! my trout was 32.00 with 2 sides. WOW! Might be another 20 yrs after that!!!!! No complaints or wows from my other 3 guests on the food.
It would be hard to find any fault. The service was excellent and personal. The salad was crisp, dressing was delicious. Loaded baked potato was just right. And the steak, oh the steak. Perfect. Hunting for a fault I would just say that the booth did not have ample space between the table and me. In other words, the booth was a bit tight for a fat old man. The food was so good I forgot about this and enjoyed the experience. Not cheap, but worth the price.
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