Mitch Grattan, Vice President of Operations, will assist parties of 20-50. Brittany Reye, Event Manager, will assist parties of 50 or more. Shannon Brancifort, Wedding & Social Events Manager.View Private Dining Details
The Music Box is celebrating Mother's Day with Cleveland Favorites Rachel Brown and the Beatnik Playboys doing a tribute to Patsy Cline. Doors open for the early brunch at 10:30 am, and at 1:30 pm for the late one. Treat mom to our amazing brunch buffet and fabulous Bloody Mary Bar.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
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Thu - Sat 5:00PM - 10:00PM
Had a lovely evening. Went for the storytelling series on Wednesday nights. Great time, great atmosphere!
We attended a Cleveland Stories event which was the only reason we were eating dinner at the Rusty Anchor. I would never eat again there. The food was grossly overpriced and the service was minimal. I had a salad for $9, upgraded to add chicken for an additional $6 for a whopping $15 dollar house salad. The salad barely covered the plate and it was a flat plate, not a bowl/plate. It looked like it was all endive, no variety. I had 5 slivers, yes slivers, of green apple around the plate and barely any dried fruit or cheese. My salad had no dressing on it so I had to catch the waitress and ask for some. It was one of the blandest, meager salads I have ever been served. The tiny piece of chicken on top was over cooked and very dry. I've had way better salads as "side" to a meal. This was by no means a salad for a meal. There is no chicken entree on the menu, so a salad with chicken was my only option.
My husband had the Lake Erie Walleye dinner for $25. He had a piece of fish about 1" x 4", one spoonful of potato mixture and some asparagus. He said it tasted good, but it was not a dinner worth $25. Draft beer was $9.75! We spent $60 on a very mediocre meal. The waitress only came around to take our order, bring our food and bring our bill. Never checked on us otherwise. I did not complain, as we were there for Cleveland Stories event, and I guess that is their way of making money for hosting a free event.
If I ever attend an event there again, I would definitely eat beforehand and just go to enjoy the show. The event was very entertaining, too bad the food was so disappointing. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone at all.
MY HUSBAND ORDERD A DRINK AD NEVER RECEIVED IT. WE HAD TO ASK THE WAITER TO BRING US WATER. H AS VERY UNATTENIVE
We saw Rachael Brown and she was amazing! The brunch was really good with a great variety.
This was our second time at the Music Box for Sunday Brunch, excellent food a nice combination of breakfast and lunch and the Patsy Cline singer was wonderful. Music was a little too loud and the drinks are a little pricey. Server was very attentive and efficient. Will return .
The Reid Project was amazing. Nina our server was so sweet.
If you don't like to socialize, then make special request seating. Tables are very very close together that you will have new friends by the end of the evening 🤗.
Our group had the Walleye, Red Snapper and Braised beef and it was excellent.
Will definitely be returning!!
The service was terrible. The tables so close that a waiter' s butt was practically on our table. So disappointed, first dinner in Cleveland, last time there!
This is a great option if you are attending a concert at the Music Box - park once, eat and go to the concert. Unfortunately, the dining room was packed and we could barely get around the tables to go to the restroom. Food was good, I've eaten there before and you really do get a good meal. I got the hamburger (v. good.) and my husband got the walleye. Once the band in the restaurant starts you want to get out of there because you can't talk (8 pm). Unfortunately, our waitress was elderly and crabby and could not seem to handle the crowded restaurant. I got my second drink right as we were leaving and it was all watered down, had been sitting at the bar.
My visit was during one of your Cleveland story nights which are always fantastic. I’ve been here several times and the service has always been slow. My Caesar salad coukd have had a bit more dressing. The Brie was good but we would have liked more bread.
Great dinner and with delicious soup and great service by Neil. You can always count on the Music Box for a great evening.
This place is awesome, great food, great music, great venue!
Great place to go to have a good time. the food and atmosphere is great the people are so friendly, we visit frequent to see the cover up bands. Merle Haggard cover band was great, if you want to see a good show Rachel and the Beatnik Boys, fantasic show.
Always a great experience - love the venue and the live music
Valet parking gives you a sense of comfort that your vehicle will be well taken care of and it's only $10. You will definitely want to make a reservation so you can sit in the location of your choice. We like being very close to the music so we were seated ringside. You can see and hear no matter where you sit so it's your preference. Love the chop salad and the lobster bisque to get things started. My friend is a vegetarian and was very pleased with the black bean burger but they also had a vegetable stir fry that looked good. Another friend got the house salad with salmon which she enjoyed. I have several favorites but decided to try the pan seared pork chop - not as good as the jerk chop but ok. Candle in a flourless chocolate torte was a sweet way to celebrate my friend's birthday and I always like the cinnamon ice cream that comes with the apple cake - always a good choice. The ice cream was chocolate peanut butter and the sorbet was mango which I have had previously - deliciously light.
appetizer was fabulous; oven roasted brie garlic and french baguette on fig sauce. entree "perch was over breaded and over cooked. Service was good.
Excellent food. Well worth it. I had been looking for Walleye & there u had it on your menu
Excellent evening with a delicious dinner by Dennis, and great service by Theresa.
A great time and GREAT food. I recommend the Rusty Anchor highly.
Had a very nice time at weekly dinner series - The Making of Major League. The prix fixe meal was delicious, and the choices on the regular menu are many. Will go back!
Easter brunch and enjoyed family, food and Mary’s Lane music. Loved it!
The music and the view are great! However, the food is nowhere near worth what they charge. I had the cod "special" and probably should've just stopped at a fast food place before coming to the show. The fish had zero flavor and was just greasy. Very disappointing.
Had a great time. Saw The Cold Hard Cash Show the entertainment has always been super fantastic. Been there for Sunday brunch as well and had a great time.
We were seated in the back room and the audio for the event could hardly be heard, between people at tables talking and the low audio, we missed alot of the conversation on the stage. If you are going to seat people in the back room, you need to have speakers there turned on so everyone could hear. And, if you have an event where people are TALKING, you should maybe not take reservations for people NOT there to hear the conversation. Two tables by us where filled with people not there for the conversation and spoke the whole time they were there. My father has hearing loss and missed the majority of the conversation on stage.
Food is never quite as good as promoted. For example, when I asked what was in the soup, the waitress forgot to say that there were peppers in it...which I can't eat.
Excellent evening at the Music Box. Delicious meal, great service by Drew, and another entertaining Cleveland Story. Can’t wait until next week.
Dinner was a delight. Food preparation was outstanding. We had a wonderful evening.
We have attended quite a few of the Beatles Brunch with The Sunrise Jones event. They are simply excellent. I highly recommend the great music and wonderful dining experience to anyone who wants to enjoy a Sunday brunch..
They were so crowded so early it was chaos.
We had to ask for water at least 5 times.
The staff was working furiously but obviously short staffed.
The food, prices, location, entertainment, were all phenomenal.
The place was packed for the Carol King concert. The entertainment was great even though we sat in the back of the Main dining room and could barely see band.
Service was poor. My daughter finally went home to bar to get us a drink., 35 minutes after we were seated
Manager finally came over and took our order. Waitress came to table once after food was delivered and brought water and bread (for the table) after we asked for it. We shared a long table with 2 other parties. We didn’t know each other and all had separate reservations. Seating was OK but not my prior experience but at least we had a seat since we had dinner reservations
When the bill came. It was one check. Had to sit a long time to get separate checks. When waitress finally brought our check back she sat down at the table because “she was exhausted “. Very unpleasant and unprofessional. So we only saw the waitress 2x. To get water and silverware before meal (because table wasn’t set when we arrived) and to pay her at end
If I had not been to the venue before for concerts and Wednesday story tellers, And had a good experience, Based on this visit, I would not go back. Since I know it can be better, I will try again.
Went here for dinner before heading upstairs for a music show. It was so crammed full of tables that there was really no space as a diner to move once you slid into your chair. Trying to get out, everybody around you had to move to create space, thus disturbing your neighbors each time. Very uncomfortable. We hardly saw our waitress, had to keep asking someone to find her so that we could order or pay the check - not attentive at all. Too busy I think. Food was average. Pork chop very dry, despite the filling - the sides that came with it (mashed potatoes and kale) were bland and tasteless and the burger was just okay.
The atmosphere, live music and our waitress were all great. Overall our food was very
Went to see Carole King Tribute band
Allison was very attentive and friendly. All the staff seemed to be hard working and worked well together. Since this is such a large place with the main focus being the music, I didn’t expect much from the food. For an enjoyable evening with others in a fun friendly atmosphere, I would give five stars.
Came with my daughter and 10 year old grandson for a concert. Had a little mix up seating. I called ahead twice to let them know I had a wheelchair. They tried to make me go through a narrow area where the wheelchair would not fit. Finally put us upstairs, highly recommend sitting up there. Good views and close to restroom. Food was okay. Perch was a little fishy, but only half of it. I ate the other half, fries were tasty and cole slaw was good. My daughter ordered her burger with no bun, got the bun. My grandson ordered a cheeseburger, ketchup only. No lettuce, got lettuce, tomato and onion. It wasn't cooked inside, very rare. He didn't say anything but didn't eat much of it, then spent 15 minutes in the bathroom. Concert was good. Manager stopped by the table to check on things and offered to get me something else but like I said half and that perch was very good. Valet's were very nice and helpful. We'll go again for sure.
The music was great, and not too loud if you don't sit right in front. Food was very good in the Supper Club (as opposed to the the so-so pub food upstairs) and service was excellent. We will be back soon!
There to see a band which was very good but the seating is way too crowed couldn't move easily. The food was horrible...had lobster bisque which was cold...too thick...and tasteless...followed by a salad with chicken...the chicken was about the only thing I could eat....lettuce was disgusting like out of a bag was brown on edges. Plus everything is way overpriced....you pay to hear the band then plan on spending way over a 100.00 for dinner & drinks. Great place to see a band just don't eat there!
Bartender, Rob?, was very attentive & provided efficient great service!
It was quite crowded the night we went but the service was excellent and the food was great. we ended up sitting by the windows with a great view of both the scene outside and the stage. The menu had lots of choices and great drink options. I definitely plan to do this again, especially as the weather improves.
While a little tighter seating than I’d prefer, our table for 4 with 3 people was fine. Our waiter, Rich., was friendly and accommodating, excellent service! Our food was wonderful (& we each ordered a different meal). A very cozy setting for everyone to hear a nice presentation from an author. I will return!
Great dinner and program. Our food was delicious, especially the soup and Erica took good care of us.