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About Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse - Houston
Located in the heart of downtown Houston near Minute Maid Park, Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse features a blend of high-quality food & one-of-a-kind hospitality in an intimate atmosphere of hand-crafted mahogany woodwork, leather furnishings & luxurious amenities. Our highly acclaimed menu features only the finest prime beef, including Ribeye, New York strip, Porterhouse & Filet Mignon. For those with a taste for something other than beef, we also offer Colorado organic lamb chops, veal chop, live Maine lobster, Australian rock lobster tail, Gulf red snapper, tuna & chicken. The Piano Lounge & Bar is for the enjoyment of both dining & non-dining guests. With nightly entertainment, it is the perfect downtown destination for cocktails. Our award-winning wine list offers over 1,000 of the finest wines the world has to offer. For a memorable meal, a sophisticated atmosphere, impeccable service & cocktails with class, Vic & Anthony's is sure to please.
Houston, TX 77002
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday Lunch: 11am - 4pm
Monday - Thursday Dinner: 4pm - 10pm
Friday Dinner: 4pm - 11pm
Saturday: 5pm - 11pm, cocktail lounge open at 4pm
Sunday: 5pm - 10pm, cocktail lounge open at 4pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music in the lounge nightly
We offer Valet parking. Metered street parking is available as well as managed lots nearby.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Contact Perceda Etheridge (713)228-1111.
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We offer three distinguished private dining rooms. The Boardroom provides the ideal setting to accommodate business gatherings. The Wine Room is perfect for intimate functions such as rehearsal dinners and luncheons. The Ballroom is an elegant venue for receptions and larger gatherings.
Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse - Houston Ratings and Reviews
Loved my experience at Vic and Anthony’s as always. Great ambiance, wonderful service and the food was delicious. The music they were playing was also really nice. Loved it. Great experience, would highly recommend for anyone who loves a great steak among their other fabulous dishes.
Vic and Anthony's more that met my expectations the food was excellent (Prime porterhouse for two was a great date meal), the wine list extensive yet easy to navigate. I took my girlfriend for Valentine's day dinner and we were seated quickly considering the busy holiday. Our server arrived quickly and expertly explained the wine and cocktail list as well as provided an excellent recommendation for our appetizer (the crab cake is a must try), While we waited for our drinks and appetizer we were seated to soft warm bread with whipped butter, and last but not least out meal was finishes with quite possibly the best steak I've ever eaten cooked medium rare and as tender as can be. Overall a great experience and an excellent dinner date I highly recommend it and fully plan on returning in the future.
Ashoka was amazing and very personable, was a little upset initially as we took the time to make reservations and those were not honored. So my thoughts were, what is the point of taking reservations? But due to the service of a few and not the whole, my evening was somewhat salvaged. Still not particularly happy with the experience as a whole, but I will say, as a fine dining establishment, and I own a restaurant, customer Service is lacking. My ratings are only for Ashok, our waiter and for no one else.
Alan Smith PhD.
I love this restaurant, but we had to ask our server Carlisle for drink refills. We had to ask for bread twice. He was not attentive to us and we arrived early evening and the restaurant wasn't that busy yet, so there was no excuse for that kind of service. I will be back and hopefully get a better server.
On arrival at the restaurant we were informed that our 5.45 booking did not exist (strange as we had the Open Table confirmation) however, the restaurant hostess was very accommodating and let us have a table provided we could kindly vacate it by 7.45 which we were happy to do. This was our first visit to Houston's Vic and Anthonys and I have to say, we thoroughly enjoyed it. The food was excellent and we were served wonderfully by our waiter Brett who was extremely polite and accommodating. I did, however, notice that out of the 4 "Heads of House" who appeared to be on duty that evening, not one of them approached our table and asked about our experience. This was quite surprising as they actually had to walk around our table to get to the other patrons on the left side of the dining room. This is not particularly important to us but having been Landry' patrons for some time and dining at several of their more "select" locations, we did find this very unusual. That said, I would definitely recommend Vic & Anthony's to anyone wishing to enjoy a fantastic meal, with good service and a great ambiance. If you are willing to spend a little more for the experience it is definitely worth it.
My family was looking forward to, and planning, this meal for weeks because we had heard that Vic & Anthony's is a superb restaurant. I was planning to drop ~$1,000 on dinner for two adults and one young child after a 25% tip. Unfortunately, however, it proved to be the most disappointing meal of my entire 43 year life. The first shortcoming was that they didn't have several items on their menu that we wanted to order. For example, they had no Petrossian caviar in stock. Their manager told me that their weekly order had not come in. I know, however, that Petrossian claims that their caviar can be refrigerated for four weeks, so Vic & Anthony's should keep enough in stock that they don't need to order it every week. This represents poor inventory management. Second, they did not have A5 Wagyu filet mignon available, only A5 Wagyu NY strip. The manager explained this by saying that his chef was excited by the opportunity to order A5 Wagyu NY strip so he ordered that instead of the A5 Wagyu filet mignon. A restaurant needs to always keep items on their advertised menu in stock. It's OK to order items in addition to the menu to offer as specials, but Vic & Anthony's failed to stock items on their menu, which is unacceptable. Third, they didn't have Yellow Rose IPA in stock, but this I can forgive because the brewery simply cannot keep up with demand. The coup de grace, though, was when my A5 Wagyu NY strip, which I ordered medium-rare (which most chefs agree should have a core temperature of 135°F) was served; the core temperature was about 45°F. It was literally refrigerator cold and raw. THIS WAS APPALLING. Naturally, I sent the steak back. It was returned to me with a core temperature of about 55°F. THIS WAS BEYOND BELIEF. What's even worse is that when I complained to the manager he had the audacity to tell me that temperature doesn't matter. WTF? The final insult came when we went to pay and the electronic device didn't work. THE MANAGER AND CHEF NEED TO BE FIRED!
Fish over seasoned and too much butter. For the price, expected something more special in presentation and quality. Atmosphere was expected to be more elegant. The quality of seafood and taste was no different than any other Landry’s Seafood restaurant.
Service was good. Selection of wine needs to be better priced. For a steakhouse, atmosphere lacked.
We went to Vic and Anthony's for a business lunch and I must say that the service was excellent! The meal was awesome and it was our co-workers birthday and they bought the dessert out with happy birthday in chocolate with a candle lit. Its the little details that impress me.
Second time we ave come to Vic and Anthony's and it reigns as our favorite special occasion diner. In fact, we are moving to NYC this summer, and my daughter wants us to promise that we'll fly back for birthdays. Steaks were unbelievable. I had the beefsteak tomato salad, and Alaskan King Crab legs and it was phenomenal. And it literally has the best bread an butte around. Very hard to not fill yourself up on that.
This was nothing like I was expecting. I wanted a very romantic setting and it was the opposite. We sat in the middle of all of these “business” meetings. Very disappointed in the atmosphere! Our server was outstanding though. Obviously, the setting was nothing he could control so we tipped him very well. The bone-in filet mignon was ok. Need to advertise that the lobster Mac-N-Cheese has red peppers in it. Was this a good meal, yes. Was this a $400 meal, no! We tipped our server $120 for his services. We’ve had better at Prime steakhouse in Vegas and Gallagher’s in New York City.
The ambience was perfect for an anniversary meal, we were seated away from the kitchen and off the main dining room. It was not very busy so the noise level was low (except for personal cell phones - set them to vibrate!). The pace of service was spot on! The portions were generous and the food prepared properly. The complimentary desert was appreciated but had to be taken to go. The cheese and meat slate appetizer was delicious. It was one of our best anniversary dinners ever (and we’ve had over 30)!
If you like steaks, V&A consistently has the best. Service is great and ambiance perfect. Sides are good, but the star is the steak. They have a great bar with live music...great for before or after your meal. Valet parking makes it easy to get in and out...(cool feature - Valet has gone digital...all they need is your phone number, no more misplaced papers...everything is done via your phone). Overall...great experience.
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