Osteria at Prestwick Golf Club is a new American restaurant. Boasting a purple and black fine-dine décor, the restaurant offers a casual and cozy ambiance. Its antique furniture, old school paintings and rustic lamps add a unique magic to the décor. The outdoor seating area is washed in pink and black colors. The tables are surrounded with fresh flower pots and tall trees. Osteria at Prestwick Golf Club offers catering and dine-in hosting services for large groups.
Insalata de pera e Roquefort is prepared by tossing baby greens with crumbled Roquefort. It is served with grapes, spiced pecans, pears and citrus vinaigrette. Pumpkin ravioli is served with seared scallops, cream sauce and brown-butter parmesan sauce. Osteria at Prestwick Golf Club has a full-service wine bar that serves white wines and red wines from Europe and South.
We liked David's Chop House menu much better and more fitting to a golf club. We did not care
much for the food and the place was empty. We were shocked to see the review in the paper that La Grolla is doing the food. We like La Grolla better. We have lunch one a month and have been to Prestwick when is was Axel's. You seem to be going down hill. I have never given a bad report before...I'm sorry but the four of us unanimously vote not to return.
We were a party of 5 on a Sunday night. No one had a good meal and there were errors in how the meals were prepared. Each of us was disappointed and agreed we would not go back. We were hoping for a much better experience as it would be nice to find a good neighborhood restaurant.
Soggy grouper, swimming in a sea of butter? This is not that difficult of a fish to get right. The fact that it was served at all tells me the quality control standards here, if present, are way too low for us. We called it to the attention of our server who agreed that "that's not good".
This place is close to our house and we wanted ( this being our first visit) to "find" a great spot, close to home. We are still looking.
Our second visit was no better than the first. The lasagna and ravioli were both bland. Ravioli actually seemed "old". Perhaps they should stick to burgers and sandwiches.
We had a very enjoyable evening with family on the patio. Alexis was our server. She was great and very knowledgable about the menu!
we ordered a salad and a pasta . Halfway thru the salad course the pasta arrived . We suggested that the timing was inappropriate and the server blamed the kitchen staff The salad was entrée sized and we were to split it . The server offered to separately plate it for us but omitted to tell us that there was a charge for that . One of the pastas was very salty and quite average but the lasagna was good. We had chocolate fudge cake for desert and it was still partially frozen when it arrived . The setting is beautiful and there is a nice outdoor patio but the food is hit or miss
Prestwick Golf Club has a new Italian restaurant, and this one is a real find. If we understood correctly, the owner/chef of La Grolla in St. Paul also opened this restaurant, featuring a couple of the items from there. There is something for everyone--entree salads, appetizers, pizza, pasta, burgers/sandwiches, meat/chicken/pork/seafood entrees, many of which can be ordered gluten-free, and a very tempting assortment of delicious dessert options. Our server was friendly, sweet, and very accommodating to any special requests. It was also a perfect evening for dining outside. Everything was reasonably priced, and it made for a fun date night out. Put this on your list of must-try places!
New menu has limited choices. Would enjoy a more varied beer list.. All craft beers except for one choice
Osteria at Prestwick is a good Italian restaurant at this golf club. The food is real Italian, done by real Italians. My friend requires gluten free pasta and the carbonara presentation was authentic and delicious!
The portions are large. The sea food risotto was perfectly 'al dente '.
We'll be back soon! I intend to use this as my go to Woodbury restaurant. Welcome back to Woodbury a true Italian restaurant.
We like the owner and have been to his former restaurant in Woodbury which was extraordinary. The food and service on our first trip were disappointing. My wife did love the mash potatoes.
I was excited to see that the smae folks from LaGrolla were opening this place at Prestwick. Its close, and Woodbury needs a good restaurant. Unfortunatlywe left dissapointed and questioning if we will go back.
We ordered the Tartare and Calamari as appetizers. Both were vey good, especially the tartare, These were definitly the high point of the meal. If I do go back, I would likely stop at appetizers.
My wife ordered chicken and I ordered steak. I'll list some attributes below
1) Temperature: Both were luke warm to cold when they arrived
2) Seasoning: The steak was perfect, the chicken was bland
3) Preparation: The steak was cooked as requested
When we ordered, we noticed that the dished came with potatoes and seasonal veggies. We asked if we coudl substitute another side for the potatoes, and the waitress came back with I quote "The chef is in a bad mood today and said we will not substitute anything". WOW. Just Wow. We were told not to substitute so we didn;t, but left a lot of food on our plate, Not the service we would expect when we are paying $50 + per person.
I was looking forward to this reviving the awesome former Axel's and David's place. I am a fan of LaGrolla and I know the owner didn't want to use the same menu but the items he did add to the menu like the Capisante was not the same. My husband did like his ravioli but I didn't care for my steak. I won't return until the reviews show an upward scale.
This not close to what Axel's was. The portion are as small as they can be. The prices are as "large" as they can be. The omelette was chewy. The desserts were OK but not great. Little selection of beers. The meat was good but served lukewarm. House potatoes were great.
Not to return.
This was our favorite restaurant for special occasions. However, it was Axel's and then became David's Chophouse. Axel's had fabulous Filet with popovers, and sides were included, excellent food. However, since it became David's Chophouse, the Filet was one step up from The Sizzler! And the salad is not included. The service was fine, but very short staffed, we had to wait 20 min, even with a reservation. Will find a different restaurant next time.
David's, formally Axels, was the go to neighborhood gem of a restaurant. Waitresses that knew your name, with impeccable service, and excellent food. We want to like it, we really do!
This night we came to sit on the patio for dinner. We were told patio seating was full, even with a reservation. We were told we could wait in the bar, and it would be about 20 minutes. I should say that the bartender was awesome, and although busy, took good care of us as we waited.
After 30 minutes I went back to the host stand, and was told they were very short staffed, and they were not sure when they would seat us. We decided that we would eat inside, if that was easier for them. They had a multitude of empty tables in the dining room, but we were told that the problem was that there was no one to wait on us.
We took our seats back in the bar, and decided we would go to a different restaurant. Just as we got up to leave, the hostess approached us and said they had another table ready. We told her no thanks, and we left, getting barely an apology.
We have heard that s name change is coming, and a new chef. We can only hope. Because the location and overall atmosphere here is great. But we won't be back until something big changes.