Table 13 at the Davenport Grand Hotel
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The food menu lacked quality items. Did not get quality for the price.
Always good! Salmon great!
We had a working dinner and it was wonderful. Presentation, quality and taste was outstanding. We work for a food service company and we were very impressed. Three of us had the Halibut and loved it.
Grilled salmon with huckleberry was superb, cooked to perfection. Friend had prime rib and it was also just perfect. Great experience.
l like good food. Simple food. I don' care for lots of flavors mixed together and having to look up the words to describe what you are getting. The waitress had difficulty explaining what some of the ingredients were. It cost us all most $150 for dinner for 3 and we didn't even have alcoholic beverages. It wouldn't be my first choice to return. I'd much rather go to the Davenport Towers.
The food was way too expensive for what you actually get. The food took forever to be brought to the table, and 2 of our meals were cold.
The food was very good, well presented but my was just barely warm. The service was uneven, training here would help. Very nice ambiance, easy to converse.
Heather are waitress was spot on with her recommendations. Can't wait to come back with the whole family. I will try the prime rib next time. Great establishment.
Had the same entree I had two days ago. Was absolutely delicious on Wednesday. Poor tonight, at best. The salad and dessert were good, but that entree was awful. Mentioned it to the server. Was nothing he could do other than bring me some new incredibly salty risotto. It was awful.
Most of the food is amazing and the mixology is so good. This last time we went, for restaurant week, the service was horrible. It would help if all servers helped clear all tables because we waited 20 minutes for a second drink and my glass was at the end of the table just waiting for someone to notice.
Otherwise the food is nearly consistently good, pork is a little dry but scallops are phenomenal. Would recommend it but service in the bar seems to be the best.
Ordered the pork chop expecting a nice thick plump choice cut of meat. It wasn’t even a half inch thick, way over cooked and so tough you could have called it jerky. Sent it back and ordered scallops. Almost burnt on the outside and cold raw inside. Almost no seasoning and very bland. My friend ordered the duck breast and it was very good, the only bright spot in this dining experience. Worst excuse for cheese cake I have ever had and waited about 15 minutes after having finished dinner for it to arrive. Our waitress was wonderful and courteous but was nervous and embarrassed about the quality of the food.
Table 13 was beautiful, certainly a romantic spot or perfect for a dinner with friends or family. Not a place I would take children to. The decor was lovely, food was fabulous and the service was top notch!
The BEST filet mignon I ever had and wife's best Halibut. Noise from other bar was load, but it's a bar so expected.
Ate there for Inlander Restaurant Week. Squash bisque and the scallops were excellent. The chocolate Rolo Dome, while tasting good, was far too large for one person.
Because it's a hotel restaurant, getting to the host desk was a little confusing; they need better signage. The service was not that good; our server came by to check on us a couple of times while we were eating, then disappeared. I had to go find him to get the bill.
While we got a deal because of Restaurant Week, the normal prices are quite high. I would recommend going to the adjoining Whiskey Bar during happy hour.
The hotel does comp parking in their garage if you spend over $25 (not hard to do).
Went with co workers for the restaurant week menu.
This visit confirmed Table 13 as our current favorite in Spokane. Excellent food and portions. Fantastic list of wines and meal pairings for those of us who don’t know that kind of thing. Quiet, private booths. Fantastic waiters who are professional and not bothersome.
We attended during Restaurant and ate from the special menu. Everything was fantastic
unlike last year when we were disappointed in the quality of the entrees and desserts. I did not want to return this year bt friends talked me into it and we were all very happy
Food was well prepared and delicious. Service was friendly but a bit disorganized. Not some place we'd rush to but not bad for Spokane. We still think there are better choices here than Table 13.
i dined with my wife and son.all of our meals were done to perfection.
The Dinner was Outstanding! My husband had the Duck and it was Delicious
I had the Scallops and they were very good
The Bisque and Salad were Delicious
The Best of course was the Cheese Cake
Thank you so very much
Inlander Restaurant Week
Very accommodating for our larger party. Scallops meal was perfectly cooked.
Table 13 used to be a favorite place. My main complaint was the speed of service--it was too fast. We felt like there was a contest to see how fast we could be served and be shown the door. The occasion was our anniversary and it coincided with Restaurant Week in Spokane. We wanted to enjoy the menu which was a 3 course meal . We ordered cocktails ( G&Ts) and had our first course before the drinks arrived, which seemed to take forever even though they were easy cocktails to make. Now it was a race to finish the first course before the second course arrived, which we didn't quite make. The first and second course were both well-presented and tasty. We hadn't quite finished the main course when the runner came out with the third course, dessert. We still hadn't finished our cocktails completely at this point. Our waiter came over after we had finished the main course and asked if we were now ready for dessert. Yes of course, that's how it is supposed to go! I would comment more on food, but it was a blur. I think one of the main goals of Restaurant Week is to showcase the restaurant. Not impressed.
Food was served ice cold . Waitress was super slow ! We were offered 2 drinks in 1 hour and 20 minutes . Waitress ended up comping our whole meal 🤷🏼♂️
Had a 5 pm reservation on a busy concert night to beat the rush. The place was only half full so we expected great service. The waiter took our order for drinks and returned fairly quick at which point he took our food order. We did not see the waiter again for 30 minutes, the food came in a normal amount of time being brought by runners but they didn't know to clear empty plates from ours or any surrounding tables. Our drinks sat empty and finally the waiter came to answer a question at a nearby table, glanced at our empty drinks and then ignored us and walked away. At this point I politely spoke to the Hostess and explained the situation she said the waiter would be right over. Took 5 minutes or so, no apology for us waiting. We ordered more drinks and he brought them 10 minutes later, still no words about wait. The pattern continued the rest of the evening, we were extremely disappointed.
Everything but the portion to cost was excellent!
Tasty choice of tapas to share and a very large whiskey selection. We will dine here again.
It’s a very nice restaurant with great atmosphere and service, but the food is not quite up to the same level. While the flavors were great, our halibut and salmon were both way overcooked. I would have expected better for the price.
We were seated on time, our party was fully accommodated on time to go to an event following our dinner. Dinner was delicious!
We have had dinner twice and both times it has been amazing, from small bites to the mouth-watering smooth as butter Filet Mignon. Definitely worth the money and time....stay in the hotel its a full hit.
I had an early birthday celebration at Table 13 a couple of weeks back. I had reserved a table for 8, but our party grew. Our server Robert totally rolled with it, and he accommodated our loud and laughing table with excellent service and kept the bubbles flowing. Everyone's orders were correct and timely, and he generously split checks. We will be back (with a correct head count next time).
We had a dinner reservation at 10 pm on 1/24/20 after attending a show. While we arrived on time, we were told that the restaurant was closed and that we could order food at the bar. No big deal. The place was very busy. The bartender seemed new and was clearly overwhelmed. There were numerous barracks running about. After awhile, a second bartender showed up to assist. We sat there for 25 minutes without a single acknowledgment of our presence. I asked to speak with a manager. Chet, the manager, listened to my concerns and repeatedly said "I'm sorry" but did nothing to rectify the situation. We left and ate dinner elsewhere.
I have been to Table 13 at least 10 times and the service has become more horrendous each time. It is amazing to think that this restaurant is part of the same organization that boasts The Safari Room and The peacock room, both of which have excellent service. Never again...
Drink order came out wrong. Had to send fries back twice as they were cold when they arrived. Grapefruit salad was nothing special and the grapefruit tasted like canned grapefruit. Tacos were okay but nothing special. Shrimp and grits was unappetizing to look at as they plate looked black and grey from the blackening seasoning (that wasn’t mentioned in the menu description). Overall, not a great experience and won’t eat in the restaurant again when we stay at the hotel next.
Not worth the prices. Asked for a booth that I saw available was told no it would mess up the server having to go across the room then saw they seated someone after us. We did not care for the meatballs and sauce, and the salad was to small for the price. The water was horrible tasted like bleach. Again the experience was not worth the price, I will go elsewhere next time.
If you get there before 6, you get happy hour prices on alcohol, which is 50% off, even on bottles of wine!
The food was innovative, and booth was comfortable and romantic, the wine pours generous: a great pre-theatre dinner!
We are in the whiskey bar. Bartender took good care of us. Good martinis. Prime rib and Halibut were very good. A nice New Years Eve spot.
5 Star prices, 3 star food. I'd be happy with the quality, if my bill was 1/2 the price. My expectations where higher. There where 4 at our table and we all felt the same.
Wonderful and attentive service. Appreciated sitting in a booth where it was quieter. Overall very nice.
Table 13 at the Davenport Grand Hotel is rated 4.3 stars by 422 OpenTable diners.
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