Everything was very good from the appetizer to the desert.
Food was delicious and everyone loved it! We were having our Christmas Eve dinner and was very happy with the menu and the service. We all enjoyed the festive drinks and the wine from Italy.
it was a tad chilly/drafty (it was well below freezing outside), but it is an old railroad station with large windows & high ceilings, so heating is understandably an issue. dress warmly & let the great food & spirits warm you from the inside out. they know how to cook scallops properly ~ So Tender!
We enjoy ourselves everytime we dine there. Always great service and beautiful venue. The stand out of your experience will be the food. The chef puts time and love into planning- executing his dishes. Ingredients are fresh, true farm to plate menu. Most times the chef will come greet you at your table which makes it so personalized.
WE WERE VERY PLEASED.....LIZ OUR SERVER WAS GREAT AND THE FOOD WAS A DELIGHT...THANKS SUPPER CLUB....NICE NIGHT BEFORE ENJOYING KENNY ROGERS AT THE PALACE.....
There are nit enough options on the menu. Most of the appetizers are heavy, potato, cheese....not enough lighter fare.....no vegetarian options other than salad. Could use some variety of sandwiches. Breakfast pizza ? Yuk!
This restaurant is farm to table, so the menu varies. Both my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our meal. The waiter was attentive and the food was delicious!
This was our first visit to The Supper Club. We were attending the Home Free show at The Palace Theater and wanted to dine someplace close by. The menu and location sounded great so we made a reservation for 6:00 p.m.
The train station location was very cool, the ambience was nice, however the tight fit of the tables (all along a common bench seat) was not so great - it was definitely more like sitting at a community table. You are not going to be able to have a private conversation and the noise level of the conversations on either side including the wait staff was also not conducive to table conversation.
That said, the food was great - we ordered from the appetizer menu (sampler platter, hog-corn, loaded tater tots and split a burger); we had way more than two people could eat, but we wanted to try multiple options. It was all very tasty - we will definitely dine here again.
Our dinner was disappointing. Our table was separate from others but next to an extremely cold drafty window. I was freezing. The menu seemed creative, but they were out of several wines, Pocono trout, and the Alaska salmon was from Scotland. Service was very slow and our waiter had to "find out" the answer to every question we asked. This could be a notable restaurant, but was only so-so.
sophisticated, elegant, delightful
Had a wonderful time.
Uninspired "bar" menu at what I expected would be a more engaging dining experience.
The Maitre d' was engaging and very actively worked the room; very visible and helpful. Server was very friendly, attentive and energetic. Food was very tasty and well presented. Music was a plus; especially once the live guitarist/accompanist began playing. There were absolutely no negatives. One of the fanciest places we've been to in the Laurel Highlands.
The food was delicious and very fresh. The service was excellent as well. It was definitely worth the drive to get there and we will be back!
My orchestra group eats here before every concert. We were very disappointed this time because the menu was extremely skimpy: no vegetarian or fish sandwich options, only one salad, heavy potato appetizer, only one pizza choice. Prices have also gone up. Almost couldn't find anything to choose to eat from the limited options.😩
Love the location, and the service was excellent. Also, they were very accommodating to our 2 young kids (they even have a children's menu!). Food was great!