Prime 1000 Steak & Cocktail House is a fantastic stop for those looking for lunch or dinner, and it serves classic steakhouse fare in an upbeat, stylish setting. The only thing that rivals the food in terms of quality is its excellent service, and each staff member there is dedicated to creating a wonderful experience for all the guests. Since its beginning, Prime 1000 has earned plenty of 4- and 5-star reviews from both critics and loyal patrons.
Those dining at Prime 1000 can order a variety of entrees. You can start off with choices, such as crab cakes or mussels, and then move on to the chef's soup of the day, a Caesar salad, a New York strip or a tuna steak. There are also plenty of beverages and desserts available to complement your meal.
Our server Jennifer was the bomb. Great recommendations. Great service. Top 5 meal I've ever had. Expensive but worth every dime.
Thank you for taking special care of us on our anniversary! I appreciate the extra touch of the sparkling juice for our toast since I am pregnant:) every employee was friendly and made a point to acknowledge us. Thank you for a nice night out!
The service and ambiance were great, but the food quality was horrible. This place pride's itself on being a "prime" steakhouse serving some of the top quality meat in the entire country, or at least that is what was presented to us. My group went their specifically to have a great steak. The prices for the food of this place is listed as a top notch steakhouse would be listed, but the food itself tasted as if it was from a bargain grocery store. I have cooked $20 steaks on my grill at home that were better than what this place served. If this is truly one of the top steak places in St. Louis then that is just sad and pathetic. I was very disappointed in everything from the appetizers, salads, sides to the main entree. All three of us ordered a different steak, and we were all extremely disappointed. My one friend only ate about 4 bites only out of hunger of his. I actually would imagine that an Outback Steak House has a better tasting steak than this place. I guess you go to this place to pay for the atmosphere because it isn't for the food that is served. I have been to many top notch steak houses in the country, and this place isn't even close to any of those. I would never recommend this place to anyone who is going there to eat. I would also be surprised with the level of quality of food they serve if they are even able to stay in business another year. I grill regularly and I can safely say I cook far superior steaks on my grill in the backyard than this place is able to. We honestly contemplated asking for our money back it was that bad, especially at the price they charge. Save yourself the money and just go to a local bar and order food because trust me it will be much better than what they serve here.
We were going to have dinner but after the appetizer we were dissapointed so we went elsewhere
The service and food were both excellent. My girlfriend and I both had the French onion soup and it was the best we had ever had!
We've been to many fine dining restaurants, none of which had a waiter that couldn't even pronounce the menu let alone have any idea of what anything was. The steak was pretty good as were the brussel sprouts but that's it. The sauces that are available at a price to accompany the steaks were virtually tasteless and cold. The mac n cheese tasted like a flour rue without cheese. The ceasar salad my wife ordered came out without dressing, the waiter said are you sure? It was obvious the salad was dry as a bone... I don't mind spending $200+ for a meal but I expect an experience that far exceeds anything you'll ever get from this restaurant. We'll never go back and I'd never recommend to anyone else. You will get a better meal at Longhorn for about a quarter of the price.
I don't want to sound like one of those impossible to please, wining diners, but we were really unhappy with our meal here. We went as part of the Downtown Restaurant Week Special. The fit out is odd. The set menu was ok, but the "add ons" quickly doubled the set price (before tip!). They forgot one salad but that was quickly replaced. The crab cake (upcharge) was not fantastic. We were excited when we saw the prices on regular menu...$60 steak type place...this is going to be a good one. Three of us had the sirloin (no filet on the menu?) - the cut of meat was average. 2/3 steaks were overcooked and one was cold. The potatoes on everyone's plate were cold. One person had the pork - which was huge and undercooked. We apprehensively sent one steak and the pork back, and mentioned the potatoes - to our waiter's credit, he replaced all of them - but half the table was finished before we got the other meals back. The replacement (or better cooked) pork was delicious. The cheesecake (another upcharge) and brownies for dessert were both very good. All of the staff were a little odd, which was kind of off-putting. Would not eat here again, and certainly thankful that we didn't pay the regular price (as even the Restaurant Special price was way too much for the food/ambiance/service that we got).
My guests and I dined at Prime 1000 during restaurant week, the food was dismal, the wait staff seemed more preoccupied with up selling the menu than anything. The food was bland, my medium well steak was blah accompanied by tasteless potatoes.
The service and server was extremely slow and inexperienced. One would have that that a special reservation for an anniversary would have warranted the best server and superior service - -- no such luck. This was followed by no bread for one hour, then were told they ran out - at 7:30 on a Friday night - SERIOUSLY?!?! The steaks came out Luke warm at best and I poured every glass of wine (except one) from a $155 bottle of Jayson at the table. HORRIBLE experience! To top it all off, we had two tiny bugs emerge from the Brussels sprouts. NICE.
I give Prime 1000 a great score when it comes to service and food. Great restaurant and I'll continue to patronize without a doubt!!!'