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About Shula's 347 Grill - Hotel Duval Tallahassee
Themed after the winningest coach in NFL history, Coach Don Shula, Shula's 347 Grill is conveniently located in Downtown Tallahassee’s Hotel Duval. With complimentary valet parking and unbeatable customer service, Shula's 347 Grill is sure to make you a raving fan!
Shula's 347 Grill's menu features everything from gourmet salads to fresh specialty fish, and exclusively serves Premium Black Angus Beef Burgers and the best beef money can buy, the Shula Cut steaks.
The casual and energetic atmosphere features a high impact bar, flat panel TVs, pigskin walls, and dark woods and leather. Looking for something private? Shula's Legends Room and Coach's Corner as well as the exclusive Hotel Duval Onyx Room for your next event. Shula's 347 Grill is the perfect place to celebrate with friends and family, kickstart a night on the town, or win over your newest client!
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Steak, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Sunday-Thursday: 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Friday-Saturday: 5:00pm to 11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please contact Kelli Rodda, Business Development Manager, for information on the private dining spaces in Shula's 347 Grill at 850.895.2921 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Complementary Valet for all of Coach Shula's guests.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Please contact Kelli Rodda, Business Development Manager, for information on private dining spaces in Shula's 347 Grill at 850.895.2921 or by email at email@example.com
Like winningest coach Don Shula, our private dining options offer a winning tradition and atmosphere, quality menu selections, professional service and unrivaled dedication you would only expect from Shula’s 347 Grill.
Shula's 347 Grill - Hotel Duval Tallahassee Ratings and Reviews
I took my wife to Shula's 347 for her birthday. It was our first time eating in the main dining room, as we had previously only been to the private meeting rooms as part of a group. While the décor was nice, the noise level was very high. It was not particularly busy but it was difficult to carry on a conversation at times. My wife ordered the filet mignon and I had the crab cakes. Both were very good and were accompanied by fresh vegetables - roasted green beans and radishes and grilled asparagus plus tasty garlic mashed potatoes. We added a side order of perfectly prepared sautéed mushrooms. Our meals went well with a mid-range bottle of cabernet. The desserts looked excellent but we sadly did not leave enough room to try any of them. We finished with some local Lucky Goat coffee but the bold blend we ordered was uncharacteristically weak. The service was very good, as our waiter was attentive (but not too much) and his timing was very good. We never had to wait too long and also never felt rushed.
It was a nice evening but it would have been better with less noise and stronger coffee!
The atmosphere is very nice and the service was fine. Much of the food was very good, including the calamari, Caesar salad, and the broccoli side dish. Unfortunately the steaks were not up to expectation for this type of restaurant. The steaks were cooked medium rare as requested, but came out gray on the outside, without char. They were somewhat tough and lacked flavor. I had to use steak sauce. Expectations for this type of steakhouse is for excellent meat, and frankly, we'd have been disappointed with these steaks even if served at a much lower end steak themed restaurant.
disappointed w scallops not a meat eater and no mention of the bacon mixed with the corn,
service was ok but quick, we were in and out in an hour hoped to have more of a dining experience not a rush
scallops were very good and the steak my husband had was cooked to his liking meat ok
My daughter goes to FSU so whenever I come up I make it a point to go to shulas. The food and service have always been good until our most recent visit on 3/2 for dinner. I had an 18 year old scotch, we had appetizers and the porterhouse steak. The whole meal took 50 minutes. After the meal was over I spoke with the manager and expressed my disappointment that we were rushed through the meal. He stated that most people want quick service I Should have told the barmaid not to serve us quick. I stated that this was and expensive steakhouse and had expected to have a fine dining experience. If I wanted fast I could have gone somewhere and had burgers and fries. He did not understand my concern. Personally I don't feel he should be managing a steak house or any other fine dining restaurant. I won't be going back
Since we bought a home in Tallahassee in 2009, we have observed Shula's go through different stages of success. A peak occurred when a new management firm took over the operation a number of years ago. We loved coming to Shula's for a good stretch after that occurred. I fear that it has slipped back to an earlier time.
Here are some positives from our last experience: we really liked the soup special, our drink choice was well prepared, and the waitress had a pleasant personality that enhanced the dining experience. The complimentary birthday dessert was also a tasty bonus.
This was my wife's birthday so I wanted the evening to be perfect. Unfortunately, it was not. The two issues most bothersome to me/us are described below:
--I finalized the reservation six weeks in advance to make sure we had a booth. As we arrived about five minutes before our reservation time, my phone was ringing. It was the restaurant telling me that a booth would not be ready for another 35 minutes. A tad late! I seriously doubt that four other groups had made a reservation earlier than six weeks in advance. At our initiative--not the management's unfortunately--we were able to shift to a booth close to midway through our meal, but the tone had been set. So long perfect evening.
--More serious, however, was the cooking of our steaks. We both requested medium rare. When medium or medium plus steaks were served, we cut into them and commented that my wife's professional chef brother would never accept them. Having already "created a scene", we did so reluctantly. I added that it was too late to correct overcooking. After every night out, we do ratings on the way home. We both ranked our steaks as the lowest of the five items served, hardly what should occur at a steakhouse. We will gladly pay premium price for well-prepared premium steaks. These both fell far short of that. If you have a chef unable to properly cook steaks, you have a serious problem.
Caesar salad arrived first with brown lettuce (really?)and drenched with dressing after we specifically ordered "light on the dressing."
The entre was Chicken Milanese, a dish we have loved in many fine restaurants worldwide. Here it was two small chicken filets, piled high with a mass of ice cold, chopped tomatoes and cold cheese which chilled the entire plate.
We skipped the desert and coffee and fled.
We could have enjoyed the evening if the basics (well prepared food) were provided.
The service was attentive and good.
Food was probably the best meal we have ever eaten. My only complaint is the dress code or the lack thereof. A restaurant of this caliber/price range should not allow patrons in jeans and cargo/golf shorts during the evening service. Just my opinion. I am paying for atmosphere as well as food.
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