The service was slow, it took over an hour to get our food, but once it came it was superb. We had theater tickets so were concerned about be late. Without another engagement, it would have been fine. Our waitress was pleasant and attentive.
Always an excellent place for a hearty, full Midwestern meal. Great place to bring family and friends to introduce them to the best of supper clubs. Love the bar, the cocktails and great local taps.
Food always good. Like the gluten free options. Last visit, service was poor. 15 minutes after seating to get a drink order, then another 10 min wait. Wait staff seemed tired and really disinterested.
Unfortunate, we have had better service in the past. That can make a difference in choice to return. We also found it odd that the bill had a 3% add-on charge to cover health insurance of staff. So, cost is more than menu prices because the 3% is not an option.
My wife and I went to Red Stag to celebrate an occasion - we'd never been there before but it sounded great. Turns out, Tuesday night is date night at Red Stag. Really reasonable prices!
We tried a pork dish featured on their date night menu, and it was horribly bland, terrible. The worst part about it, the pork was WAY undercooked. I like my hamburgers rare or medium rare - this pork was nearly ice cold in the middle. The potatoes and broccolini were under seasoned (something I could easily whip up at home). The chow chow was good though.
We enjoyed the beer selection, and the dessert was decent as well.
One of my very favorite places. Though my husband's steak was well done when he asked for medium, everything else was as good as it always is.
Fabulous food, great service, wonderful atmosphere—all at a good price. Will definitely be back
This was our second visit and Red Stag is now our go-to for special occasions when family are visiting. Excellent food, great veg options. Laid back “old school” atmosphere. Not cheap, but worth it.
Brunch was very busy and filled with family’s of 8 or more. Kids running around everywhere running into my chair. I believe the food quality lacked because of these large tables. Was very slapped together.
Sorry but service was very slow and food was not that great. We were there for brunch on a Sunday late morning. We have had good luck with dinners there but won’t be back for brunch.
I’m a sucker for fried blue gill and Red Stag didn’t disappoint. Love the supperclub ambiance and they also do a pretty mean Old Fashion.
We went to get the fish fry. The smelt fries were excellent. I got the bluegill and she got the cod. The dinners came and my wife got walleye and I got the bluegill. The waiter could not tell the dishes apart when we questioned what we received our meals. He took them back and refired the meals. It was by far not the best fish fry. The table next to us also sent back their steak for being tough and over cooked.
The ambiance was the only thing we truly loved.
They have a 3% health insurance add on fee. This according to research began July of 2017.
I disagree with separate fees but at least they are transparent about it...
Tuesday date night is a great deal with two special entrees, a bottle of wine and dessert for an very reasonable price. The food is excellent and the setting, pleasant and casual. Service is always superb. Recommended.
Cozy atmosphere and delicious food.
Food was amazing. Service just fine, just wish the price were lower so I could come more often! It’s worth it!
Great food! Really enjoyed the atmosphere.
Great food. Fish was fantastic. Robert the host was awesome!
Splurched and went for the Blue Gill Fried fish lent special. I am glad I ordered this tasty fried fish. I am sure the walleye and cod are excellent too, but the blue gill has that very satisfying flavor that is a pan fish lover’s delight! Thanks!!!
My salad and the chip appetizer were delicious! Great location for a Business lunch.
We had the “cheap date” special which was either spaghetti with lamb meatballs or veggie lasagna. These came with a bottle of Cabernet or Sauvignon Blanc and a molten chocolate cake. We had the smelt fries as an appetizer and it was all quite good. We both really liked the smoked catsup dip that went with the fries. Our server was warm and timely with food and drink and a quick smile.
We requested a table away from the bar and kitchen and were seated at a window table that was both. Parking is always a challenge but we expect it and something usually opens up after a pass or two around the block.
The bartender has satanic tattoos and was very rude when I asked about it. It made me very uncomfortable
The restaurant was too loud, and the seating was cramped. The food and service were great, but the ambiance was stressful.
This was our first time to Red Stagg Supper Club. For three days after, we were talking about how great the food is and began planning the next time to go. We also want to try brunch and maybe some of the specials you have during other days of the week.
The food is always delicious, but the price range is more fitting for a once-in-a-while treat or special occasion. It can get pretty loud, yet the setting feels cozy. When it's busy, the wait staff can seem distant, but they do a great job and knowledgeably answer questions regarding the menus and drinks lists.
Bread pudding was the highlight of the overall excellent meal!
Really enjoyed our dinner here. Server made good recommendations.
Literally, terrible - Every dish. Serive was poor including 2 people fighting over who was the server for our table. Drink weren’t good either and took 20 mins to get to our table.
Wonderful food. Awesome ambiance!
Outstanding. Menu was diverse, creative, and yet simple and familiar.
Service was excellent.
Food was delicious.
We love brunch here
Loved the environment! Great food and impeccable dinner service!
High quality food flavors. Menu options are familiar but premium design. Excellent for a casual date night. Can get noisy later at night, though.
If nothing else the creme brulee is unpassable. Seriously...can I get like a monthly supply of this?
While the restaurant only had a few groups, we waited 1 1/2 hours for our food. Only I ordered the restaurant week prix fix special. The vegetables were scorched, the beans were hard, the dish was represented as a stew but there was no blending of flavors as it was all cooked separately. The lamb component was delicious and tender but unfortunately not enough to carry the entree. The lobster macaroni and cheese was good, the Prime rib for 2 was cold and fatty. The server did her best but the kitchen failed.
Our food was good but the service was not. It took a long time for anyone to take our drink order, a long time for our drinks to arrive, a long time before our food order was taken, a long time before our salads came (they were sitting on the kitchen counter for quite a while), and so on. The restaurant wasn't crowded and this was my first (and last) visit, so I'm not sure if our experience was par for the course or not.
Went to celebrate a birthday and have brunch on Sunday. We arrived and they seated us right away. The server was attentive and got us coffee and the busser brought out the mini bites of coffeecake (a nice touch) to enjoy while we waited for a couple others to arrive. We order the Eggs Benedict (4 of us) and 1 ordered an omelet. The hash browns were nice and crispy and the Benedicts flavor was excellent, but unfortunately they were not hot enough. Seemed like it was left on the pass too long. If it had been hotter, I would have given 5 stars, it tasted that good. I would go back as this was not my first time there and I have not run into this issue before.
Our server took over 30 min just to take our order for apps. I ordered the special of pecan crusted snapper. For $32 I expected more then 3 pieces of white asparagus and 2 over cooked sweet potatoes that were about a finger big. The fish itself was about a 4 oz serving. Very underwhelming. Red stag lists itself as a supper club and yet there is NOTHING supper club about it. No bread. No salad. No friendly smiles. I do not ever need to return to them.
We picked Red Stag because we heard they had a great Friday night fish fry. We were very pleased to see a choice of types of fish (Cod, Walleye, Bluegill). For starters we had the cheese curds which I would highly recommend. For our main course, three of us had Bluegill and one had Walleye. Unfortunately, they were all over cooked and over battered. Had high expectations but were disappointed. Heard several other people around us with similar complaints. Ordered the brussel sprouts as a side and those were very good.
We went for the fish fry, took my Mom who is 87, my sister, husband and my daughter, son in law and 2 year old, very fun night. Service was great, we all loved the fish, esp the chips!
Last minute reservation. We were seated in a timely manner. Ambiance was fine given the occasion. Food was ok. Great server who was very attentive. Would go again!
We sat at the bar while we waited for our table. The bartenders were very nice and the wine was great. Getting to our table we were greeted quickly and the waitress was very attentive. The food came out quickly and it was very good. We got a flank steak and half chicken. Yummy!