Out of town with family...had a nice time and the food was good but the waiter didn’t really know much, he had to keep checking.
It WAS Valentine's day, but the service definitely left something to be desired. We waited 45 minutes for the bread & drinks. I had the winter squash cannoli & it was too 'one note' on the flavor. I got bored eating it. My husband had the Roasted & Char Grilled chicken, though , & he thought it was moist & tender & that the mashed potatoes were good. I was disappointed that the Bananas Foster was not being offered that night. The Pear Cocktail was delicious though!!
We made a reservation for Valentine's Day. Menu was weak and same as always. Waitress
was weak. I asked for water and she finally brought it. Cocktails were good but quite another
Did not offer bananas foster and used the cart for the beef special which was a ridiculasly long wait.
It's time to change it up!
Our Chef, Safari prepared melt in your mouth Table side Chateau Briand!
We were a large group on a Friday and Snowdown. The service was disjointed and slow and my food was not hot. It was a major hassle getting the bill and the server got really cranky rather than helpful. 2 couples with us had a major problem sorting their bill and actually just settled rather than try To sort it a third time.
Mahogany is supposed to be fine dining but seems to not be able to manage fine food when busy. Expensive for the quality and presentation which were mediocre.
This is one of my favs in Durango and the service is friendly and helpful!
All in all, the food was good & we had a nice time. I've eaten a lot of NY Strips in my life, & I was disappointed to find mine a little chewy. It was our first time there, & the restaurant had been recommended for its great steaks. I came resolved to have a good Ribeye or NY Strip. The Ribeye only came as a Southwest option, with a lot of SW toppings. Not for me. The NY Strip came as a steak oscar version. I've had veal oscar, & the steak oscar was good, but I just wanted a plain steak without the toppings. My wife found the duck quite good. Many restaurants will give you some bread, with butter, as part of the meal. At our meal we had to pay $5, I believe, for bread. I think a few slices of bread, with a little butter should have been part of the meal, no charge.
Just walking into the Mahogany Grill is always a pleasure, the room is so beautiful.
Service is good and since we go at 5 pm the atmosphere is quiet and leisurely. Later
the pace and noise probably pick up some. My companion chose the chicken entree,
pronounced it properly done and delicious . I enjoyed a soup with black eyed peas to
celebrate the new year, before a rib-eye steak entree. The steak was soooo good, as
always, but what surprised and delighted me was the vegetable accompaniment: a
chili relleno in a thin, crispy batter, with pumpkin stuffing. The pepper was fresh, moist,
about medium hot (so not for everyone), and the squash was perfect with it. Must try
this at home! There is a very tempting dessert menu, an excellent selection of wines,
and very good coffee. We've been coming here for many years and have never been
We went to a New Years dinner last night, they were offering a special 3 course menu. The food was good (a bit too salty overall), but I felt like we were being rushed. I wasn't even done with my first course by the time the second course was set in front of me, which is not what I expect of a nice restaurant. The waiter asked if we liked the food, but was walking away before we response. I probably wouldn't go back again. I don't think the high price was equal to the overall dining experience.
Dinner reservations were at 9:30 and they were out of the oysters by that time. Little disappointing.
What has happened to your kitchen? It was New Year's Eve. A set menu for $55.00. The appetizer was okay. A bite meager. The entrée was fair. Had the surf and turf. It was served cold. At best there was a teaspoon full of crab. The moose dessert was served in a soup cup. Poor presentation. Do not plan to return. Would not recommend to anyone. Very disappointing meal. Everyone at the table felt the same way. Your kitchen really needs to get its act together.
Fuimos con nuestros nietos. El menú de niños caro y muy malo. Yo pedí unos canelones que estuvieron esperando porque llegaron secos y duros. Mi esposo pidió una trucha y se les olvido y terminaron trayéndola cruda. No lo recomendamos
Best beef we have had in years. We have dined here a number of times over the years and the food, ambience and service have always been excellent.
We were really disappointed in breakfast, especially for the price. We ate here two days in a row because we were staying in the hotel and the second day was Christmas day and nothing else was open. The food was on par with a greasy spoon diner, which is OK sometimes, but not when you're expecting better. We cancelled our Christmas Eve dinner reservation because we were afraid we would be disappointed. Went to The Palace instead.
Christmas Eve dinner. Fixed menu. Mediocre food for the $65/person price. Prime Rib was bland....maybe needed some au jus. Too much food thrown on a small plate. Prawn appetizer had too much "pomegranate jelly", although the idea was good. Good wine selection and beautiful interior.