This restaurant is closed. Do not make a reservation.
The restaurant was closing the next day. Many items on the menu were not available.
One Eleven is not open for lunch...we had confirmed reservations for lunch. Please mark your site to reflect that change. they open at 5 PM
We did not actually have the opportunity to eat here. Upon entering the restaurant, we were seated. After 20 minutes of waiting for service, we got up and walked out. It was obvious that the place was understaffed. Two servers are not enough for the bar and dining room.
One Eleven is back!
The food and service you loved has returned, and Greensburg is better for it.
The wine list was a bit thin, but I suspect that will improve also.
Attentive but not overly familiar service. Excellent food. Attractive ambience. They could stand to turn down the music.
We have gone many times and we are very appreciative to have this wonderful place in Greensburg area. We like that owner has gone away from "Jack" décor :-). The only reason I did not give five stars, is that they always try to make a big deal out of making buttered noodles when we bring are 7 year old daughter in and it is early about 4:30, never at main dinner time. They have always done it which we are appreciative of the special request, but we always have to hear "well I don't know... it is a change from our menu...". Even when we do not bring our kids in, they are mentioned like it was a big deal to make buttered noodles. My son orders of the menu, usually 3 courses. When we do bring the kids, our bill is around $200. We do not skimp. This last time it was very dark and we had to ask to light candle and had to ask for bread.
I will never know what the restaurant is like. I made a 1:15 reservation but the restaurant was closed when we got there. I tried to call but there was no answer. not even a sign on the door. Not a way to do business.
I was not able to submit a review without entering stars for the dining experience.
Dinner at One Eleven by chance just ahead of seeing Kris Kristoferson at the Palace was an extraordinary find. It's an attraction on its own.
My husband and I made a reservation for New Year's Eve. We had been to the restaurant a couple of times before when it was One Eleven and really liked it. We were told in advance that it would be a prix fixe menu for the holiday and given the approximate cost.
Our reservation was early (5:30) so the place was definitely not crowded when we arrived. We were greeted warmly and wished a Happy New Year. Every table was decorated with a black cloth, a gold paper top hat for the gentleman, a feathery "tiara" for the lady, and noisemakers. It was a very pretty and festive setting.
The menu had excellent choices: first courses of crab cake, lobster bisque, Caesar salad, several others I don't recall. I had the crab cake and my husband had a Ceasar salad - both were excellent and good-sized portions. There were also great choices for the main course: filet mignon (I ordered), red snapper (hubby ordered), rack of lamb, s chicken dish, among others. My filet was probably two inches thick and done to perfection, served with a mound of delicious mashed potatoes and haricots verte, also done perfectly. My husband's red snapper was a large portion served on risotto along with a veg (I think either rapini or broccolini). He said it was fantastic. There were several options for dessert; we both chose a burnt almond cake that was really good, and again, the portion size was generous. My drinks from the bar were also well made.
Their service was superb - the young lady (wish I could remember her name) was friendly and attentive.
I asked if the ownership was the same as One Eleven and the waitress said yes. They had wanted to try a different name and menu but I guess gravitated back to what they do best after a short time. This explains some earlier reviews where diners were disappointed that it wasn't really a gastropub.
We loved our experience and felt the restaurant tried to make New Year's Eve special. Will definitely return!