Perfect for any business meeting, social gathering or wedding reception, Park View and the Juniper Hotel boast over 5,000 square feet of new and newly renovated flexible meeting space in eight spacious and stylish rooms, including an enclosed terrace pre-function space overlooking the park.View Private Dining Details
This is a restaurant attached to a hotel. There is a decent ambiance and good service, but the food is nothing more than an extended bar menu.
Not sure what happened to this place, but the food is mediocre and the service is dismal.
Great place with quality food for a quick dinner when too busy to cook. This is my fast food restaurant and I love it. Chef RJ
I don't like making a reservation then having to wait in line, never a case with Park Place. Always friendly service and the dishes are great. The Mushroom Wellington is fantastic. I also recommend the Salmon Chowder with an order of Truffle Fries. Chef RJ
The food was fine, the facilities okay but the service levels were inconsistent.
Was there with a party of four for brunch on a Saturday.
Only one other table.
Couldn't get requests for coffee refill or water even when asking multiple times.
Waitress was pleasant and nice but couldn't remember requests.
Dried out omelette, slimy potatoes (no idea how they achieved that), and had to ask repeatedly for condiments. Absolutely gross breakfast. My husband's burger was good though the fries were over salted heavily.
Food so delious and portion just right, our family like to eat here and service is good.
Park Place is truly a neighborhood gem surrounded by fast food dives. Great for a cocktail and and small plate serving or I recommend the Mushroom Wellington for dinner. Chef RJ
The food was okay to good but, for those prices, I would expect better. I think nearby Cafe Torre is much better value for money
What you wouldn't know by the website or menu is that this restaurant is really just a hotel bar. You literally go inside a hotel and sit in the bar and order food, which isn't what I was expecting at all. We tried a few appetizers and entrees and nothing really stood out. The burger with truffle fries sounded great on the menu, but ended up being really bland. Same with the short ribs, which were too tough. The prices are too high for the quality here. The service was decent.
We've eaten here a number of times. The food is very good but our server is always great! He goes to great lengths to make sure that my wife's orders are gluten-free. The bar scene is moderately busy but can get loud during sports on the tv. All in all, we like the place. Parking can be a challenge if there's a party or something like that going on but they do have a multilevel parking structure so usually not a problem.
There are plenty of much nicer options a few minutes drive from there.
The food wasn't super fresh and while eatable it was plain and basic. Nothing special, not worth a detour, so unless you're right next to it or everything else within 2-3 miles is fully booked I wouldn't recommend it.
Nice local, always great dishes and easy parking. We eat here when we're busy and don't have time to cook. I recommend the Crab Chowder and salads.
Most of the time, Park Place has 1000+ point tables so that's really the only draw to eating here. Their food is fine, nothing to complain but also nothing to report. Service runs slow and apathetic even if it isn't busy.
We did not know that this was going tobe a buffet for $40.00 per person! We could not order off the menu and were seated in a convention room. I thought we would be in a restaurant. There were 2 seoarate rooms. They did not let us know there was food in the 2nd room.
Although Park Place is close (walking distance) to our home, this was the first time we've eaten there. Previously, we've dropped in for drinks at the bar.
My wife wanted to celebrate Easter brunch and thought we were having a full-service meal when we booked our reservations. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a buffet brunch, and given that most restaurants were booked, we decided to stay upon finding out.
The food was typical of a buffet; eggs, bacon, desserts, omelets, etc., in chaffing dishes along with pancakes, waffles, roast beef and ham being served/prepared. Nothing extraordinary, such as shrimp, smoke salmon, fresh fruit, or anything exotic. A typical buffet.
Given the $40 per person price tag, one would have thought at least the mimosa would be complementary. They turned out to be $10 each or unlimited for $20.
We were overall disappointed with our experience and most likely we'll only return for drinks and appetizers.
There were not enough servers, we had the bartender as ours. It took over an our to get out meal, a Park Place burger, mac and cheese and a salad. the bartender was very polite but way overloaded. If this situation is not corrected I believe they will start to drop customers, which would be unfortunate since we really like eating here.
Party of 6 had dinner. All dishes were very good. Flatbread, skirt steak, short ribs entrée and short ribs appetizer, calamari, and burger. Desserts were delicious - blood orange sorbet, molten chocolate cake and bread pudding. Asked to change seating to a round table versus high rectangular table. Very good service.
The dining area has once again been re-configured. What used to be a fun large bar area wrapping around to a beautiful formal dining room with a wall of banquette table areas has now been chopped up to make a private party room with a few dining tables at the end of a new bar area. It feels like you are eating in a coffee shop of a hotel. I always loved having a fancy hotel in Cupertino with an impressive and convenient place for brunch and dinners. It is still convenient but not impressive or special.
We had a very delicious dinner in a relax surrounding. My sword fish was cook at the right temperature and tasty. My husband had the house bunger. He enjoyed it. My granddaughter
love her fries. Our server was kid- friendly , helpful and attentive.
We all enjoyed the chocolate lava cake.
We shall be back soon.
The restaurant is too noisy and it wasn't very full when we arrived (12:30pm) for lunch. I usually dine with someone so loud noise is not appreciated. I like to converse with my companion/s without shouting. I understand restaurants like noise so people get the idea that it is popular and energetic and drink more. I will usually not go back to loud or noisy restaurants. Of course, I go to dine and converse, not to pick up anyone so it is probably popular with the younger crowd who go to see and be seen.
We ate dinner there Friday night 3/6/15. There were 5 of us seated at a round table. The noise was so loud that we could hear each other across the table. The food and service was really good, we enjoyed the meal but the "experience" was ruined by the noise.
The calamari was excellent, the skirt steak was done to perfection, and the swordfish was delicious. Do you know how hard it is to find swordfish in California? When my wife and I couldn't decide who wanted the steak and who wanted the fish the WAITER offered to have them brought out to both of us so we wouldn't have to split it when it arrived. What waiter/restaurant offers this? Just a great experience all around. We will definitely be back to Park Place!
We couldn't have had a nicer evening.. Our server was especially good.. Everything came out in a timely manner and cooked to our specifications.. The food was excellent..I had the Cauliflower soup that was scrumptious.. My steak was cooked to perfection.. Everyone at our table thought their dish was delicious..
Will come back often.. Can't wait for the summer..
Had the veggie burger and it was ok, the patty is a thick bean mixture of bean paste not that great, dry and texture is unpleasant and the bun was a little dry. The fries are good. Mimosa was good and service is friendly and attentive on a Sat morning.
Smooth service, great food and nice place. Ideal for groups!
It was hard to carry on a conversation because of the high noise level. We came at 12:45 so it wasn't too long before people started to leave and the noise level dropped. Food is very good.
Food is good. My kids love their order. Service is a bit slow at the beginning. The table next to us was really loud and annoying.
We went here because we were in the area and in need of a place to get a late dinner after an evening lecture. This was about the only game in town. However, the experience was disappointing. There were three of us dining. The mixed salad was fine, nothing to rave about, nothing to complain about. However, my pasta dish, butternut squash ravioli was not good. The ravioli were of inconsistent level of "doneness" and the filling was blah. The garnish/toppings did not complement the dish. I ate about 1/3 of it because I was hungry, not because it was good.
My "moderate" rating of the noise level was for the first part of our meal; there were few diners present. However, when a party of 30 was seated around a long table next to ours, the noise level was quite high. The decor and design are such that they magnify rather than muffle the noise.
The service and food at Park Place were excellent, but the noise level was incredibly high. This may have been exacerbated by the fact that there were several large groups being served. However, the voices bounced off every surface making having a conversation with my dining companions virtually impossible. By the time our meal was finished and the restaurant was emptying we were able to hear each other. To me, one of the best parts of dining out is the ambience and companionship neither of which I was able to enjoy.
Park Place too extra steps to accommodate my large group. They made a beautiful menu with our company logo and had the table set and ready for us when we arrived. Our appetizers were fired by the chef immediately and dinner and cocktails were served promptly, The food and service were excellent. I would recommend Park Place to everyone. It was a great experience and my group was very impressed. Excellent staff!
Went here on a slow night for a birthday dinner for 6 of us, so we had the server's sole attention. Service was great! The menu has a nice variety - every one of us had something different and we all give it positive rating.
My wife and I had a reservation here on a Tuesday night. I had been looking forward to eating out - but going here was a big mistake.
We were ignored for 10 minutes waiting at an empty hosting table. We were seated, and then ignored for another 10 minutes - no waitress to stop by, nothing. We found a manager, who said he would do something, then disappeared into the kitchen. After 25 minutes total, without anything more than being seated, we left. There was no hostess to tell we were leaving, so we told a waitress, who couldn't have cared less.
We never had a chance to order, so maybe the food is really great. Given the service, though, my suspicion is that this is a hotel restaurant that is trying (unsuccessfully) to dress up like a restaurant. It might have been an off night, but we won't waste another reservation here.
The food was perfect. The macaroni and cheese was awesome. Go figure. My husband's steak was cooked to the exact doneness he asked for and very flavorful. Every staff member we connected with was professional, friendly and efficient.
I can't count how many things they got wrong, just ridiculous.
Ordered salmon benedict and crab benedict. Muffin was not toasted, poached eggs were over done and the plate has a whole was not hot. No plans to return.
Went here to accommodate a colleague staying at the hotel. The food was OK, but the service was terrible. Waiter did not listen well, did not serve the appetizer until after entree was served. Also did not attend to water refills. When my colleague asked for another beer, we had to ask again since the waiter went missing. Yes, we were later in the evening for dinner, but we should have been treated better than that.
We did not realize that it was a hotel restaurant. The waiter had to deal with kids from the hotel the entire time and was distracted. The drinks were less than stellar. I ordered a "New Old Fashion" and it made me witht they stuck with the old old fashion. My wife ordered a Moscow Mule and it came in a glass cup instead of the copper cup. Now i would understand not having the copper cup but the drink is on their short list menu. Then we got our food, my wife got the seafood pasta, and was disappointed because it was mostly all fish and little shellfish. In fact she could not find any crab meat. Finally I go the skirt steak and truffle fries. The fries were ok, and yet were probably the best part of the meal. The steak had no flavor.
The best Eggs Benedict I've ever had and the hollandaise sauce had a little spice that went well with the eggs which were poached perfectly.
Breakfast was very good , as always. Real orange juice! The bacon could have been a little crisper.