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Absolutely loved the food! Went with my husband to celebrate our anniversary and was not disappointed. The staff congratulated us when seated as well as when waiting on us! The gazpacho was unique and loved the flavor! The boulabasse was a large portion with a fantastic taste. The creme brûlée was very flavorful and I have tried many in past. Great unique cocktails and lots of whine to chose from. I would highly recommend dining at Watermark!!!! We actually were there the last evening open at that location. Appears they are telocating to the new Bridgestone building in December. I know if I am visiting Nashville , I will definitely go to the new location. It was a wonderful experience!!! Thanks for helping us celebrate out 21st!!!!
Our waiter was amazing. Food and drinks were delicious and the rooftop dining you can't beat! Wish we would have learned of this place sooner!
From the minute we dropped the car off at the valet station until we were seated we were welcomed and treated to friendliness. The four of us ordered off the restaurant week menu. I had the salmon, my wife had steak and our friends both had chicken. All dishes were excellent in taste and presentation. Our waitress was friendly and efficient without being overbearing. Desserts were good, chocolate cake and creme brûlée. Coffee was poor but we weren't charged for it.
The staff were very attentive from the woman who seated us to the service staff. We chose from Restaurant Week menu and it was all delicious. We did not have to wait long for our food and could not have been more pleased with the experience.
I went with a friend for Restaurant Week and the special menu was varied and represented a great value. The service was excellent as well as the food. I'm looking forward to having Watermark relocate to the new Bridgestone headquarters at 4th and Demonbreun across the street from the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Great restaurant and service. Be mindful this place will be shutting down soon as it is going to move into the Bridgestone bldg.
The restaurant was what I consider fine dining, but the staff was very friendly and down to earth...not always the case at restaurants like this. That alone would make me want to go back. We went during restaurant week and ordered the prix fixe menu. We were worried that the portions would be smaller than ordering off menu, but they were huge! Lastly, the food was incredible! We will definitely be back!
Excellent service. Great ambiance-we sat out on the patio which was delightful. The food was good but not outstanding. I had the grouper meunière - a special. But there wasn't much of a meunière sauce and it was a bit overcooked and dry. An ok wine list. But we would go back for a second try.
Everything was going well, then my medium rare steak came out almost well. Either the kitchen didn't check the temperature or they checked it and didn't care. Neither is acceptable. No one acknowledged it from front of house or back. Zilch. Acted like nothing happened. Took it off the check though, so that's good I guess. I settled up and left a generous (imo) 30% tip. When I mentioned to our server that someone should have visited our table, she was indignant. The hostess (Tonya? Also the best employee we encountered, btw) insisted on having the manager speak to me. The manager seemed dumbfounded we were meeting. She eventually told me my steak was correct and that I must have seen it differently because of the lighting. Nevermind the fact that I took my cell phone flashlight to it before I decided to abstain. She said they would comp it anyway. After a back and forth, she said she actually still had the steak the server returned. I was anxious to see this steak, so I followed her back upstairs. The steak she said the server brought back to the kitchen was not my steak. The steak she showed me was indeed medium rare. (same cell phone flashlight...) If they had brought me that steak, I would have eaten it gleefully! Either the management lied, or our server did. Our server then happened back by and insisted that I was seeing things. To which I demanded my 30% tip back. (I know, I know...)
Long story short, if a restaurant with 50% capacity cannot send out a decent medium rare steak, I'm out. If the kitchen made it right according to the ticket and it was the servers fault, I'm out. If the management and staff presume the client is stupid and can't tell medium rare from well done, I'm out. Save yourself the trouble and visit Kayne or Ruby's.