While the Catch has steaks like most of the high end restaurants around they also have other imaginative and tasty options. Really nice menu and the service was superb!
Food was not good. Little cousin liked fish tacos. Sent appetizer back and meal and we charged for salad that I didn’t even like either
We have dined for lunch at The Catch many times. Unfortunately, this experience was not the greatest. One of our party ordered the seared ahi salad and he said the ahi was stringy and not sushi quality and the salad was drenched in dressing. Another person ordered the Catch Burger medium-well and it was definitely medium-rare. Both of these issues were brought to the attention of the waiter and we were surprised that no manager came by to address it and there was no adjustment made on the bill. We will, sadly, have to reconsider going there again.
Good menu, including steaks for the land lovers. Nothing complex - just simple, fresh options.
We've been to The Catch several times but for 7:00 p.m. New Year's Eve dinner we brought some friends with us. Now they're hooked! Our server was very knowledgeable about the menu for the evening and was on top of everything that needed attention. See you again very soon.
The only disappointed I had was in my dessert, the affogato. The sorbet was like a block of ice and the biscotti was ver dry, almost like sand. Everyone else had a dessert they enjoyed. Dinner was excellent and service was good.
Great meal, really enjoyed the restaurant and food. My only complaint was valet seemed to be the only parking option.
Service was VERY slow. Wine served in wrong size/type glass. Soup served cold. Meat on special dinner was like hard leftovers.
We had 6:30 reservations, showed up early so had a drink at the bar. My wife ordered a Bloody Mary, the drink was fine, but the garnish was ridiculous. They garnish was what amounted to a stale mini donut stuffed with cold cheese and wrapped in burnt bacon. The garnish only served to delay the drink by 10 minutes as it was inedible. When the hostess came to seat us we asked if we could sit outside. The server took forever to greet us, when she finally came we ordered drinks. After 20 minutes of waiting I asked for a manager and 10 minutes later she showed with no drinks. Rather than apologized she educated us on the fact that we were sitting in a cocktail lounge area. She was condescending so much that she should have punctuated her lecture with “duh...”
The manager took our drink order (again) all the while trying to convince me to buy a $24 glass of Cabernet. She later arrived with the drinks completely forgetting what appetizers we ordered. However, she remembered to bring me a sample of $24 per glass Cab (about $4 worth). The sample tasted like a $24 per bottle Cab nothing special and certainly not $100+.At this point she assigned us a new cocktail server and we started all over, yet again. It was a real sh#t show! As food goes the Onion soup was like onion chili, the short rib was short rib ice cream, the Chilean Sea Bass was ok at best and certainly not $49 worth. Orange Hills Sea Bass is 10x better. Bottom line The Catch has “jumped the shark”!
We happened upon The Catch by looking online at luxury seafood restaurants. And oh what a treat. The food was fabulous! The atmosphere was elegant without being stuffy. Our waiter was charming and engaging and very knowledgeable about the menu. We had a wonderful evening and would highly recommend this restaurant.