Met for the first time with six for a business meal. Reservation had no issue. Seating was placed appropriate for six for a business meal. Everyone enjoyed the food. Waiter respected our time to discuss and was atentive but not pushy
Food was on point. Great service. Highly recommend for any occasion. New York strip was cooked perfectly.
Steaks are always great, and the soups are fantastic.
Our meal was delicious and our waitress, Raquel was awesome. We were celebrating our anniversary and she gave us a complementary dessert. Will definitely go again.
They made a special night wonderful. The staff was awesome and the food was perfect. The portion sizes are reasonable for the prices.
Staff was great,
Strak ( fillet) not great? Good. My wifes Salmon was waaaay over salted. We were there for a play so it was very convienient. The jalepeno grits and muffins are amazing
The wine list is great.
I eat a lot of steak. The ribeye was perfect medium rare plus. The service was great. Waiter was very helpful his recommendations were great
1st time to this place since it changed to Range. We liked it much better than the previous restaurant. The steaks were wonderful and the family portion sides were excellent! The drinks were a bit high but they were specialty and hand shaken or stirred. We started at the bar which was great with a few tv's with sports and then moved to a table once our entire party arrived. It was a bit noisy but we were able to talk at our table without raising our voice so all good. A fun end to the meal was the fact we were there on their one year anniversary, so each of us got a wonderful glass of champagne and a huge plateful of blue cotton candy! Yes! Cotton Candy! Was a fun way to end the evening. We will definitely give them another opportunity to impress us. Thanks for a wonderful evening Range!
Very good food and excellent service. Had dinner before show at Majestic then went back for dessert after the show. We will definitely be back.
This was our first visit since Luke became Range. Their seafood is still excellent. PEI oysters and shrimp cocktail were outstanding. The entrees disappointed tho. Everything was salty. Quail looked amazing and was cooked right, but was so salty it was inedible. Tenderloin pasta came in a tiny bowl. It too was salty, as were the sides of Brussels sprouts and cheddar grits, which aside from being overly salted were pretty flavorless with cheese melted on top but not in a cheesy sauce. Our waitress was great and her service was excellent. They comp’ed the quail, as they should have, but I don’t see us going back any time soon. Wish it were better because we go to shows at the Majestic and this could have been one of our pre-theater places.
Though they were very accommodating and held my reservation for 8 for 40 minutes, I understood when I got there because they were barely half full. In any case, it was ok. Service was a bit slow for some of our items. My sister received her pasta Bolognese 15 minutes after the rest of us received our food. My friend who wanted her tenderloin medium well received a very raw, barely seared cut. The meatballs and fries were great but all in all, nothing to write home about and we were really hoping being a Dady place, it would have been much, much better.
The food here is great. They have beef, chicken, quail, seafood and other delicious possibilities. We also had delicious soup and salad. The chocolate dessert was wonderful and the cotton candy served with the check with a wonderful surprise!
The food was just average for this price point. Some of the sides were cold. Good waitstaff.
Was not to happy with the oysters
Overall excellent downtown experience.
The steak is amazing. The sides were not- spinach too creamy and Brussels sprouts too hard and salty. Fix the sides and you have an excellent place.
Food was great!
We took advantage of the lobster dinner special. My daughter & I split it & we were more than full; there is no way we could have finished it if we had not. The lobster bisque was very good & they split every dish for us. The lobster in the second course, the salad, was too undercooked for me to eat; my daughter had the claw meat in hers & it was cooked enough. The entree was delicious and the dessert was a very different version of mud pie, but when mixed together it was tasty; it consisted of piles of chocolate, piles of a coffee or a Carmel concoction with a ball of Ice cream in the center. They also bought a big serving of cotton candy at the end of the meal. The Server was pleasant & took care of us even though we were a party of two woman & two children each sharing meals; the children’s meal was also large enough for two little children to share & they still did not eat it all.
Enjoyed both our dinner for two and our family group lunch. Lovely food from a creative chef.
The other day was my first visit to Range. I made a reservation, as is my habit. Arriving at noon I entered a huge empty restaurant. I was curious about who the clients were, when was it busy, and who was the clientele?
The service was superb. Our server, Alexander was help and charming. The wait time was adequate and my friend and I were satisfied. Now, I loved the Pris Fixe Lunch option, however I was disappointed in the quality of food. Ours was over cooked and the soup was not very hot. That should be addressed.
Came for lobster week. Food was marvelous, wine was pretty much a match. We will return!
Jason Dady restaurants are well known now. He discarded his best one, The Lodge, saying we were not ready for fine dining. Rather, he was not ready to provide it. The Range is his latest attempt to assert it. The menu has over-priced steaks and wines. But this occasion we dined on his rendition of Lobster Week. The first three courses all featured lobster and were quite tasty and well presented. Our server was polite but slow. The fourth dessert course was Dady's usual one of Nutella and of little interest. Our seating left much to be desired as we were seated next to a screaming hoard of drunken women. We could barely talk. Clearly, dining couples should be seated away from bar scene drinkers. Parking is expensive: we paid $15 for two hours at 7:00 in the evening. The Range seems designed for tourists rather than us locals.
Very nice facility for all occasions. Different setting upstairs and down. We had the Food Week menu featuring Lobster. High expectations. Lobster Bisque was very nice. Claw Salad not so good. It was over dressed and the claw was under cooked. Almost raw for both of us. Tail got mixed reviews. One good and one over cooked. Staff was very nice but waitress was very busy. After two visits I must say that I will try again. Restaurant and staff have such great potential.
The lobster pre/fix from Maine was amazing!!!!
Food was very good. Excellent coulette steak, lobster dishes, bibb lettuce salad, mud pie desert. Disaster acidy brussel spouts. Service was spotty, server fine, but timing off, and oxidized glass of Pinot Noir, Sonoma Cutrer. (I did not send it back because it was drinkable, but from a bottle likely not opened that day.) Not on our list to return. Pricey restaurant with quality chefs/ kitchen; front needs attention.
We have followed this chef thru several locations and have always been quite happy with the food, service, and ambiance. Range fails to meet the test for a quality meal. The salad and entry were what I would expect from a restaurant for half the price. My son grills steak on his outdoor grill better than this presentation. The salad would have been better at any cafeteria. Adding cashews does not make a poor salad into something great. Even the asparagus was tasteless. For the money, I would recommend searching elsewhere among San Antonio's fine list of steak restaurants.
On a recent Friday night, it was very loud; not so good for an intimate conversation or business dialogue. It's more like a lively place to go with friends to start off a night on the town. The food is pricey, but it's great! Lobster enchiladas and crispy bacon-crusted pork, very tasty; truffle fries and fried blue cheese-stuffed olives were amazing. The margarita was excellent. But when we asked for a spicier tequila drink, the bartender couldn't come up with anything. Still, it's good to have standards done well. We'll be going there again soon -- gotta try the happy hour!
The quality, flavor and size of portions was not up to par with a restaurant of this caliber.
Good, but my chicken was dry. I'll try it again when my budget allows.
The food was not really what one expects from a Jason Dady restaurant. We started with the Parisa which was bland as well as difficult to eat. We usually love Parisa but we expected a nice mince rather than small cubes of meat and cheese with spaced dollops of white stuff and some herbs. Nothing was incorporated into a cohesive mix and the herbs were still on their long stems. We all had the tableside Caeser Salad which was interesting. This is the first time that I have seen Mayo in a Caeser dressing. Also, the salad was made with Romaine Gems rather than torn or cut leaves. This made the salad small clumps of lettuce covered in a very heavy dressing that overpowered the romaine. We all ordered the ribeyes since some of us were from Kansas and know how wonderful the beef is there. The ribeyes were not so much marbled as gristly. We ate some and took the rest home where we determined the best use of the steak was to toss it out. We had the Hashbrowns in Brown Butter as well as the cauliflower. Both were delicious. I wish we had been told about the cheesecake before we ordered it. We were unhappy with the crustless uncooked ball that came covered in graham cracker crumbs with a smear of Mascarpone around the bottom and two different strawberry preparations. We were brought a huge plate of blue cotton candy with our check. There was a menu for restaurant week but none of us wanted to order from those choices.
Everything was great! Perfect place to entertain clients.
Service was slow, table next to us sat down after us and received service and glasses of water It took about 10 mins for our server to notice we were seated. Food took about 30 mins to come out, and there was no apology or concessions offered to guest. Also, free food was delivered to the table next us who already had appetizers and drinks. We were completely ignored ! Food was mediocre , nothing really special about it. Restaurant had a great elegant look.
Everything was amazing, but it was incredibly cold upstairs... that would be my only complaint. ツ
Entrees came out pretty far apart, at least 10 minutes from each other. When we asked about the sides we hadn't gotten and the remaining entrees, we were told "The kitchen is upstairs. They are coming." There was no, "I'm sorry. I'll go check on them." The snapper was very good. The salmon was raw in the middle and not completely edible. The steaks and pork ribeye were flavorful, but not hot. The grits and brussel sprouts were good. Another table near us had a lot of issues too. I'm not sure if it was an off night or what, but I wouldn't recommend going here.
Another great restaurant from Chef Dady! I had the three course menu for restaurant week, and everything was well prepared. We sat at the bar for drinks and dinner, and the staff was attentive and courteous the entire time.
Poor service for the money. Food was good though.
Dined for Culinary Week. Meal was good. Waitress was good, just taking care of too many tables. Loved the cotton candy.
Our first time to this restaurant. We will be coming back. Hoping to get the same waiter -Jeffrey- he made the dinner quite an enjoyable experience.
Wild mushroom bisque as a starter was creatively presented and delicious. Others at the table raved about their Parissa starters. I will try that next time.
My chicken breast was perfectly cooked. Crispy skin with a juicy interior. Accompanying potatoes & gravy were another artful presentation. And delicious.
Both dessert options at our table were sinfully decadent. There is a surprise after dessert - I will not spoil it.
Exceptional service. I brought my children not expecting the atmosphere. I felt bad and hope we were not too disruptive. Waiter was very kind.
Restaurant week - sooo good! We will definitely be back.
The culinaria menu wasn't as good as the last one