In Milton, Steel & Rye is a heritage piece of the community created in a converted garage that pays tribute to the neighborhood�s history of agriculture and industry. Steel & Rye is serving up an original set of dishes inspired by the industrial interior design of the restaurant and Americana past of the community.
The menu changes daily at Steel & Rye. Guests are encouraged to check in often for new dishes. Some possible options are wood roasted island clams, a charcuterie board, house made saffron rotini pasta in Bolognese or buttermilk fried chicken. Wood fired pizzas and desserts along with a take away and brunch menu are also available.
S&R continues to be my favorite restaurant around, near or far!
We had a very nice meal at Steel and Rye. We were originally seated in a very tight space near a larger party with small children. We asked to be moved to a quieter spot and they accommodated.
The food was excellent. The appetizer portions were very small. There was only 3 very small pieces of octopus in the octopus salad for example.
Overall the wait staff was good once they figured out that we had moved from another table.
I will go back.
We went here for our second anniversary and, as always, had a marvelous time. They had a last cancellation at the special open kitchen seating and we were really excited to sit there. Our service was impeccable, the meal well-paced and delicious, and they even threw in a special dessert. We always have a fun time here, whether it is for brunch, snacks and cocktails at the bar, or a fancy meal. We will definitely be back.
This was a gathering of 11 old friends that are from the city, western suburbs and south shore that have not seen each other for quite some time. For a group or size the staff took excellent care of us. The meals arrived at the same time and were prepared perfectly. Everyone was pleased. We lingered at the table after desert and the staff continued to take care of us. We will be back soon.
We went to celebrate a special occasion. The food was delicious as always. Service was excellent. Bill was pricey, but it's not a surprise.
Great spot, really enjoyed all parts of the meal. Very cool decor, wonderful variety in menu but not too much and overwhelming. Will absolutely be back.
This wasn't our first time here, Steel and Rye never disappoints! The service is excellent, food amazing, and a great selection of drinks. We celebrated our 12th anniversary there and enjoyed a nice quiet dinner outside. It was perfect. Thank you for the excellent dinning experience!
First time and really enjoyed it. We don't live nearby, but we'll be back to sample some more great food and wine
We were a group of 7, with a couple with hearing issues - the staff was friendly and helpful about rearranging a table that was less intensely noisy, and even turned off a speaker that was over the table. The ambiance was great - spacious - no-frills ingeniously repurposed industrial. The brunch/lunch food (re-imagined Eggs Benedict and Corned Beef Hash, an incredible Blue-Fish Toast) desserts (Peach Cake!!), and wine were outstanding. Support service was fine, though perhaps our particular wait-person was learning on the job.
We love Steel and Rye, and got to enjoy it once again on a recent Saturday night. It was quieter than usual and we even got to sit outside on the patio. Food consistently good as always, great service, got to say hello to Dan the owner who is a wonderful host.
The hamburger was very good although it should have come with lettuce and tomato. The fresh squeezed OJ was delicious.
We had a great experience. I got a call a few days before our reservation to confirm and to ask if I needed anything special. They set aside space at the pizza bar, and we had a great time watching the pizza get made. The drinks are top notch, the atmosphere is great, and the service is excellent. Highly recommended.
We have been to steel and rye before and we were excited to come back for our engagement celebration so we made reservations. This will be our last time here. Dinner started with us waiting 15 minutes for the specials when our waiter showed up we could barely hear him he was so soft spoken and never even told us his name. After it took another 15 for our orders to be taken. The food was great but he took our drink glasses and never asked if we wanted more drinks. It wasn't until after we finished our appetizer and meal that we had to ask the bus girl if she could get us drinks we had waited for at least 20-30 minutes before we asked her. Our waiter never even came by to ask if we liked our meals. He finally showed up with dessert menus without asking if we wanted dessert or the check. At that rate I was so annoyed we went elsewhere for dessert. We saw him 3 times in almost an hour and a half. I know people always say sometimes it's the kitchens fault this time the food was great and we didn't wait long for the food it was the waiter. It would've been nice to have some interaction with our waiter.
Food was good as usual. Service has been quite slow lately, though. We waited almost 15 minutes for a drink and the waitress was not very attentive. Only came to the table a few times even though it was a rather quiet night. We requested to sit indoors as it was hot outside. For some reason, the door to the patio was open, and the room inside was a warm outside. Not a good experience.
This was a second visit. After the first visit we agreed that appetizers and desserts were quite good, but the entrees left something to be desired (the small plates looked interesting, but we chose none--and that was perhaps an error: appetizers and small plates might well have amounted to a much more happy eating experience.). This view was reinforced by our recent visit. Service was excellent, ambiance was fine. Wine selection seemed good--our wine choice was very good. Appetizers offered many choices and were quite good; this time desserts were not as attractive as the previous time, but e all had sorbet (apricot) and thought it outstanding. Between us we had three different entrees: presentation was striking, but not so the content--and the entrée choices were very limited, especially in contrast to appetizers and small plates. After our first visit, we said we would like to comeback, and avoid the entrees--we do not know why we did not adhere to that plan. In all likelihood we will try the restaurant again, and select appetizers and small plates, and we would recommend the restaurant with these caveats.
Maitre d' and wait staff personable and professional.
Appetizer (octopus) a bit too chewy, but tasty. Striped bass delicious.
Wine -- a northern Italian red -- was moderately priced and a good pairing with our meal.
We didn't have a dessert.
Food was excellent, but the portions were small and the prices high.
Delicious every time. The service was great. The coffee went well with our pancakes. We always have a good time.
The pasta appetizer was awkward to share and too al dente, shouldn't be an app. Wait staff tried to corner me into picking apart the bus staffs service and seemed disappointed I wouldn't bite. Otherwise it was pretty good, I want to come back to try the pizza. Good N.A. beer. I like the location.
First time @ S&R. Pleasant location, beautiful dining room, terrific staff, delicious food. One quibble; the door to the patio was left open, leaving the dining room affected by flies and warm, humid air. If I'm going to sweat when I eat, I might as well be at a bar-b-q, not fine dining.