The food was so salty you could not even eat it. Will never return!
Quite a markup on the wines...
I had a great experience at Range. We stopped in before a show at the Majestic and the folks at Range were conscience of this. They ensured my party was out on time and even held our leftovers until we left the show so nothing was wasted. The food is a bit pricey but is very good. I would absolutely eat here again!
Service was excellent! We were going to the theater and told our waiter. He was extra-attentive without rushing us or the meal courses. The four of us ordered two lobster thermidors, one breaded red snapper, and one quail. There were 4 nods of approval as we sampled our entrees. Sides of jalapeno grits and mushrooms were also met with smiles of approval. Easily made it to the theater on time, so we'll be returning in the near future.
service needs to be more retroactive with the drinks.slow to get drinks which effects the bottom line of a bar. we had to go to the bar twice to get drinks and server was good but did not check on the table often enough. Otherwie it was good. sadly it was not that busy.
This was our first time at this spot and it was a very positive experience. Great food and service. We would definitely recommend this restaurant for any occasion.
A miss....very excited to try this place, and overall disappointed.
Visiting from Chicago - read about The Range and went for our anniversary. Wonderful meal and experience. Nice bar with friendly tenders and our waiter was also wonderful. Meal was spot on - fresh, local ingredients, prepared perfectly. At the end of the meal, our waiter placed a large blue thing in front of us that briefly reminded me of my late grandmother's hair after she went to the salon - blue raspberry cotton candy. Quite the surprise, and not what I would have ordered for dessert but it was very fresh, light and delicious! We actually had a blast eating it. It was a very unique finish to a very enjoyable meal. Will return when back in town.
Delicious food that was traditional with a twist...burrata with a surprising apple mustard chutney(?) and the yummiest charred toast. Steaks were of highest quality and the seared fois gras with pickled blueberry topping was incredibly delicious. Best cheesecake ever! Great wine selection. This was our 2nd experience here and we will definitely be back for more!
Rip off. Food was not worth the money. I would much rather spend that kind of money at Ruth’s Chris where I know I will get a high quality steak
New Years Eve set price menu of $125 per person. Avacado lobster was over salted, lobster bisque was over salted and not blended/cooked well, steak was crisp on the exterior and undercooked on the interior, and the cheesecake was a spoonful of sweetened cream cheese. Nice ambiance and location but food and service needs work.
The NYE dinner was $125/person and they added a 20% tip. My girlfriend had the Salmon and I had the Lobster Thermidor. I chose this restaurant because of high rating on this site, but the food, service and the restaurant are definitely well below average. The food came out and looked like food you get in a cafeteria. They put my asparagus on a bed of what tasted like mayonnaise, but I am sure was supposed to be something else. The salmon came out by itself on the plate with a side bowl of something that resembled Risotto. No imagination on presentation. Normally I tip higher than 20% when the service and food are more than I expected but if I could have reduced the tip I would have. The restaurant looked like Denny's with tablecloths.
We made a reservation for New Years Eve because we love these exotic choice menus with things other than fish, poultry or beef. However, nowhere in the reservation on this day did it say they were only offering a pre-fix menu. The price was $125 PP with one glass of champagne. Overpriced and the service was so-so at best. some of the food was very good, mainly raw selections like shrimp and oysters. However, for the money the choices were not great and we felt for $600 (family of 4 with 2 kids eating from the kids prefix of $60 PP), it was a disappointment.
New Year’s Eve dinner on The Riverwalk. Limited menu for this holiday. The bill was $543 for my wife and I. The food was good not great. For this price point I was mildly disappointed.
Very poor service. Food was fine but for a restaurant with this price point the service was not even close to par.
The food was absolute delicious. The tartar was so amazing. As was the Caesar served table side. The steaks were cooked perfectly!
While some of the food was good (the filet and sides), most of it was just average. There were six of us for dinner. Our service was pretty slow. We were given water and it was another several minutes before the waiter came back to take our drink order. It was at least 10 minutes more before coming back again. We ordered 2 appetizers: deviled eggs and meatballs. The eggs were simply hard boiled eggs with aioli and paprika. Not worth it. The meatballs were super salty and half burned. When we for out dinners, two of the steaks had to be sent back because they were cold. I was surprised that we didn’t get visited by a manager. Two in our group ordered the tomahawk rib eyes. Nothing special...especially for $135 each! Overall, the only thing I can say that was good were the side dishes. It was certainly not worth the price!
The steak and the chicken were perfectly cooked, good for that
Nothing special about this place, actually really disappointed especially when the chef is supposed to be talented.
Great experience! The food was incredible, service was awesome, and we loved the martini cart.
Great place for Holliday dinner!!! Best Steaks in San Antonio!!
Zero ambiance. For the price paid for the food, customer should expect and receive more. Service was totally impersonal and matter of fact. Last call for drinks at 9 PM and at 930 PM lights turned on in a subtle way to ask the 3 remaining tables to leave. The chairs are more "cafe style" than high end steak house. In general, a very unforgettable experience for a 350 dollar night for 4 people.
We had reservations for Christmas Eve and were promptly seated. Our waitress was attentive but unable to encourage the kitchen to complete our ticket in a timely manner. We were seated at 6:45pm and served our entrees at 8:30pm. We waited approximately one hour between the appetizers and the entree, and were only offered apologies rather than spirits to soften the disappointment. The meatball appetizers were good but the deviled eggs were simply undercooked hard boiled eggs cut in half and topped with a spicy mustard. Our beef filets were cooked to requested temperature but they were so salty that one of us had to cut off some the exterior crust before consuming. The snapper in burre blanc was severely breaded and over cooked. The protein was barely visible under the breading. This entree was also very salty. The only side that wasn’t salty were the jalapeño grits, but they were inedible due to the large amount of undercooked, bitter jalapeño peppers. If you try the asparagus you better like mayonnaise as they are nestled on a one inch bed of the real stuff. We have had moderate success at lunchtime with this location but this was a disappointing dinner experience. Please note that the restaurant was not crowded when we arrived or when we left. Therefore I would not excuse the delay in our meal on overcrowding.
Went here for Christmas Eve based on the reputation of the other restaurants they’ve opened.
The lighting in the room and the table layout are all very off- fluorescent lights too bright- tables oddly set for the size of the room- felt off. The fact that it’s off the lobby of an embassy suites didn’t help.
The service basically hid from us all night embarrassed that the kitchen couldn’t get half our order out, though we complained to a manager.
Finally had to leave dinner. The manager finally came over
Easy valet parking at hotel, nice atmosphere, unique menu items, great tasting food, excellent service
We went once before and the service and food was great. We decided to return last week and waited an hour and a half to get our food. They had clearly lost our ticket or something because they kept offering us muffins and brought out an appetizer while to give us soemthing to feed on while we waited for the actual appetizer we ordered and our steaks. However we didn’t want to fill up on just bread... When they finally brought out our steaks, they were clearly rushed and burnt on the outside while raw on the inside. We had order one medium and the other medium well. Both were completely rare on the inside. They then upcooked them for us but by then 2 and half hours had gone by and the steaks were burnt on the outside and we had lost our appetite. We were really excited for the steak as the first time we came they were perfect. I’ve heard the long hour + wait is common here but was hoping it wasn’t an actual thing after having a good experience the first time. We were very disappointed. Ended up taking our food to go. Not sure if we’ll be back everyone deserves a second chance so we’ll see.
Jason Dady’s team did a super job for our holiday family reunion dinner. We especially enjoyed the Oysters and Mushroom soup.
Our family enjoyed dinner at Range during the holidays. It was a splurge and a fun place to go prior to walking on the Riverwalk to see the Christmas lights and then view the Saga projection on the cathedral. The food and cocktails were excellent, although a tad over-priced in my opinion. The ambience needs work. We had to ask our server to turn down the lights as they were so bright and shone right in our eyes. Our server was excellent as was the bartender who made an excellent table-side martini. It was like a mini-cocktail conference! Overall, we enjoyed it very much.
Great service, fun and interesting menu, and cotton candy for everyone. You can't lose!
First time dining there. It was very delicious. Give it a try!
Our waiter, Russell, was very helpful when we were trying to decide about what to eat and drink. The kitchen split a NY strip for us to share and cooked it perfectly. The grilled asparagus with citrus aioli was a wonderful side. If my knife and fork had not been so quick, I would have taken pictures. Overall, a great experience.
Great. Our first time. Food was perfect. Staff knowledgeable and accommodating. Cotton candy to finish the meal.
Food and service was very good. The only issue I experienced was my table was not ready at my reservation time. We had to wait 25 minutes extra. They did apologize and to make up for the delay, they sent their signature appetizer, SOUTH TEXAS BEEF TARTARE “PARISA”, which was delicious. I will definitely return to this restaurant.
Wonderful experience. My husband had the 18 oz. Rib eye steak, he said he could have cut it with a fork, it was that tender. Sides are family style, which mean huge portions. The asparagus was grilled and fantastic. It is for that special date night cause it is a little pricey but so good.
Our table was set up for 6 people. The chairs were arranged 3 across from each other. No one sat at the head of the table on either side. This made it hard to hear. Then our waitress was working many tables, so she was not always available for us. We have gone to all of Dady's restaurants. Our favorite was Bin 555. Range does not seem to be up to Dady's usual standards.
My husband & I were celebrating our Anniversary. The parisa (steak tartare) and East Coast oysters were delicious! The service was decent until the end of the evening...the tables around us were brought homespun cotton candy when they received their bill. We got our bill, but no cotton candy. Our waiter brought the bill and disappeared. We paid cash. The waiter never returned to see if we needed change, etc. Very bad ending to what was a cause for celebration.
Enjoyed our drinks and dinner. Waitress was attentive early on, but then seemed like she forgot about us once she served our main meal. Only negative was that we were seated by a door leading outside so it was chilly when people opened the door and the foot traffic through the restaurant to get either outside or in to the hotel was disruptive. Some people didn't seem to care that they were walking through where others were trying to find.
Cold temperature. Food was over seasoned. Coffee was only warm.
Service was extremely slow, and the restaurant was not busy. Waited an hour for our food. Portions were very small. Food was unimaginative, but tasty. Very overpriced.
The menu was amazing, wish they offered some Gluten Free alternatives though. Since they have no GF pasta, asked for a dish to be made without the pasta and was told that was not an option. Not sure I understand why they could not accommodate our request. The food we did order was delicious and I would like to go back to try some other entree's. The down side, we asked for a side of brussel sprouts and we had our meal almost finished before we received them and we were not offered ketchup with our fries. Small things but those are some of the things that make a restaurant outstanding. Will give it another try since the food was delicious.