Food was good, a little pricey however this review is meaningless as it was their last night of service in Easton, MD. It is now permanently closed.
They have really upped their game. Menu selection, food preparation and service was outstanding. We will definitely return. It's nice there is another great dining option in Easton.
A wonderful and cozy respite on a bitterly cold evening. Seated in front of the fireplace with flickering light was intimate and romantic. The service attentive but not intrusive. My husband's tenderlon was fork tender and my salmon seasoned to perfection. Wish we'd had room for desert. We will definitely return!
It was a birthday dinner celebrated by 6 family members. All of the others were happy with their selection of beef or pork chop. We shared the pasta with baked salmon special---DELICIOUS!!!
Every course was delicious and presented expertly. Service was very attentive. Atmosphere was relaxing and classy. The mood and the food fit nicely. Would recommend Pascal's to anyone interested in a special meal to impress.
We went here for Valentine's Day. The atmosphere and ambiance is lovely, very elegant like an old family home. This is formerly Mason's restaurant which we really loved. The menu was interesting and has enough variety and had appetizers that could be ordered as a main course if you don't want to eat too much. I ordered Caesar Salad and the lamb shank. The Ceasar salad had a lot of brown edges on the leaves which I had to return. The second salad had some more brown leaves, but I ate most of it anyway. I don't think a restaurant of this caliber and expense should be serving salad with any brown lettuce! My lamb shank was delicious with lovely brussels sprouts and mashed potatoes. It was a huge dish so I took half of it home. My husband had the Venison Chili which he thoroughly enjoyed. Even though it was an appetizer, it was plenty for a meal with the corn bread. When the bill was presented, we were double charged for the chili but the waiter quickly took it off when we pointed it out. Overall, it was a very pleasant evening, but there are a few kinks that need to be worked out.
Very disappointed. We waited ten minutes at the hostess stand before anyone came to speak to us even though we had reservations. My husband's medium well steak was rare. The trio next to us had to send back a steak and a raw salmon. When the bill finally came, the waiter brought us a bill for $286 (our actual bill was about $136). We pointed out that it wasn't ours. It had 4 entrees and apps when we had none. He was polite, but given that the restaurant was not that busy, it was a mistake that should have been caught. We had looked forward to dining at Pascal's for awhile and will not be back. We hope others have a better experience.
My husband and I were traveling from North Carolina. We were seated right in front of the fire place. The ambiance was romantic, cozy and lovely. The food was exceptional. The short ribs are to die for. We will definitely make this one of our favorite Easton eating places. Great job
With Bartlett Pear closed, this is my current favorite in Easton. Good bar execution and limited, but appropriate wine list. Steaks done correctly with nice sides ( oversized, regrettably as I hate to waste food). A further High point was service.
Eating at Pascal's Chophouse was a treat. We were seated in a lovely dining room with a fire going. Very welcoming. The food was delicious, as was the service. Great restaurant!
Food was very good. Service was good but not outstanding. The wine steward/som was gracious...they were out of the first 2 wines we ordered so he offered us a nicer bottle at the same price point.
We enjoyed a wonderful dinner with 5 good friends with some hearing issues. Restaurant was busy but quiet enough for our conversation. Service was impeccable and the food was quite good. Our salad was especially amazing. The ambiance was upscale and felt like we were dining in someone's home. A perfect meal for an excellent weekend with our friends.
Count me among those sad to see Mason's gone. But if it was going to go.... at least it went to a place whose food is so delicious it will not disappoint. Also, I love the more masculine decor - very warm and cozy. We were so impressed with the food and our wonderful server - yes, it's expensive but worth every penny.
Pork Chop was great. Didn't attempt to finish the oysters as they were not. All other foods were okay. Service could definitely be improved. Dishes were not cleared between courses. Forgot steak knives. Staff didn't seem to care much about service. Was pricey for quality. Sides are large and sharing is advised. All in all a mediocre experience.
Our first dinner here since it changed ownership. It was even better than expected! Food was delicious and enough to bring home left-overs. We enjoyed the 60s music and each of our three courses. Our server had perfect timing. We were both very happy, and look forward to our next meal here.