My friends and I ordered 3 different apps and 3 different entrees. While the apps were ok, they weren't that memorable. We had the Hamachi and oysters. While they left much to be desired our entrees more than made up for that. We had the Dirty Rice Risotto, butchers cut steak, and the burger. All of which were EXCEPTIONAL! The only downside were the miniscule portions of the risotto and the steak, which was disappointing, both because they were delicious and quite pricey. At $28 for the Risotto and $29 for the steak one would expect more than a small bowl of 5 spoonfuls or rice and a very small portion of steak. Our drinks, which were also quite spicy werent too great either. They were quite lackluster and felt more like we were drinking juice. Despite the cons I would still visit again to try other menu items as our entrees were rich with flavor. I would just suggest staying away from seafood and cocktails as it isn't their strong point.
We were greeted warmly and our table was set and ready for us. From then on, we were rushed. We wanted to enjoy our appetizers while deciding on our main course. We were told we had to order everything at once. The server was attentive but cold. He acted as if he didn't want to be there at all and unfortunately, it showed clearly. The pork rinds were awesome! The deviled eggs were as basic as could be and $12 for four pieces (2 eggs) That's the price for three dozen.
The appetizers and cocktails arrived almost instantly, followed by dinner as soon as we took our last bite of the first course.
The tortellini dish included (no kidding) eight pieces that would have fit into a ramekin. Four bites and that meal was done. My fish was paper-thin, over breaded and over cooked (add overpriced considering its size). Desert was a simple Italian ice - made interesting with the addition of a few bits of (I think) sage leaves. Delicious but certainly not homemade. In all, we had two specialty cocktails from the extensive selection of bourbons (not bad at $14 a piece), two bourbons on the rocks, two appetizers, two dinners and one desert. Total (including a $30. gratuity), over $170. We'd expected more, left hungry and went out for dinner #2 about two hours later.
I'm hoping this was an off night for our server. We tip generously and would have expected a bit of an effort. That said, I hold no grudges and would return (for drinks) another time. The place is beautiful.
Out of several bourbons (basic stuff like Four Roses, nothing exotic) server didn’t bring one of our sides, and service was very slow. Enjoyed past dining experiences here, but may give it a 2nd though going forward. Lots of other places in NOMAD to explore
I used to come here with my fiancé when I lived in the neighborhood. This was roughly a year ago and we considered Maysville our special occasion restaurant. We loved everything about it including the service, food, drinks, and value. We have since moved but came back recently to visit our old favorite restaurant. While I didn’t expect the menu to be the same, the food quality has gone down significantly and many options have disappeared or changed for the worse. The cocktails have also suffered. The hostesses were warm and helpful but our waiter was rude and short with us.
Get the burger if you go, it was amazing!
We dined at Maysville a few months ago and really enjoyed the service and the food. We came back with a group of 7 and tonight , unfortunately, we were disappointed by both. The menu no longer offered the amazing crispy grits with ham piled on top but instead offered a very mediocre grit croquet with little flavor or panache.
The drink menu no longer offered the appealing Midnight Rambler and our waiter was less than accommodating in almost every regard.
Full disclosure: Maysville is one of my favorite restaurants in the boroughs, so my review is based on years of dining here.
First, the cocktail and spirits lists are really good, yet you don't need to imbibe when you dine at Maysville.
From the seasonings in the grits, sauces, and dressings to the details in plating to pairing of specific vegetables and starches to the design of and art in the restaurant to the exceptional service from front of house through table staff, Maysville is THE restaurant I take family, friends, dates, colleagues, and celebrants.
I know something about Southern food and specific elements here such as cornbread, barbecue sauce, vegetables, the inclusion of smoke and pork are superior.
Lastly, what sets Maysville apart from many borough restaurants is how brunch is not a cast off of lunch and dinner. It is a terrific meal.
Amazing section of Whiskey. Great ambiance for a date, great lighting, and the noise level was ideal.
When in NY my husband and I have eaten at Maysville several times. The food is always good. The last two times we have had a delightful waiter (originally from Sweden) who was very solicitous and had a nice sense of humor. The wines by the glass are very good, and of course, the liquor selection is extensive. Would definitely recommend Maysville.
Have consistently had AMAZING meals ever since the new team joined Maysville. Our server, Kiko, is a pro. He's an exceptional server - be sure to retain him. He's key to the dynamic on the floor.