We should have stayed home and finished watching the Martian with Matt Damon on Fx.
The restaurant is beautiful, but it is adjacent to a Piano Bar full of rowdy people. It really kills the ambiance.
Maitre D was welcoming since we were in Palm Springs for our Anniversary.
There were two waiters and 10 support staff. They need help with logistics. Our waiter was scattered and disorganized.
Drinks were good. Food was bad. My raw oysters were warm. Salad was inedible. Chilean Sea Bass was meh, lacked flavor and seasoning. The Lobster in my wife’s Lobster pot was overdone and rubbery. Sides were bad.
We waited 30 minutes before we could ask for our tab, as we watched our waiter prepare dishes table side for 3 other tables.
All the waiter did was make excuses. We turned down desert and took off.
Very disappointing. Service was understaffed, food was ok at best.
We all enjoyed the evening on many levels. We liked the room in which we were seated, the easy to read menu, the variety of choices, and the live music in the bar. Thanks goodness for the valet. Parking could be an issue.
An uneven experience with respect to food quality and service, but the Maitre D was outstanding and the ambiance just reaked of steak and martinis which is right on point. They have improvements to be made still ahead of them, but our lunch made for a memorable stop, and we loved the "oceanfront" view. It was just a bit choppy.
We were finally seated 45 minutes late for our 830 reservation. The dining room was half empty. We were not given menus, and then were ignored by staff for the next 30 minutes, until we finally left, hungry and disappointed. Honestly one of the worst restaurant experiences of my life.
Had high hopes, made my reservation months in advance. We had 8:30 reservation, showed up at 7:30 to enjoy the lounge. We did not get seated till 9:20. The host staff was very rude. We start checking in with hem at 9 pm about our table. Did not even offer to pay for a round of drinks. Many nostalgic places are closing in PS. One reason is that they need to appeal to the next generations. You make your reservation on line and then they manage it on paper and make exceptions for regulars. We dine out like 3 times a week and have a lot off new favorites. If you want to stay old school get off Open Table.
We had reservations and still had to wait 45 min for a sub-par table right by the kitchen. After we complained they moved us to a better table. Both salads we ordered had way too much dressing to the point we commented to each other “get any salad with your dressing”. Our waiter made up for a lower star rating, he was very professional and took good care of us.
Our waiter Bobby is a national treasure! He has seen it all!
Good food, great service one of a kind old school ambiance
Very expensive food was awful
Vegetables were hardly cooked potatoes tasted like they had been warmed up —cooked several days before