IP has truly taken fine dining to new heights at thirty-two, south Mississippi's most sought-after dinner reservation. This AAA Four Diamond-rated restaurant offers spectacular views, delectable steak and seafood dishes, and the finest wine selection on the Coast.
Biloxi, MS 39530
Steakhouse, American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Monday & Tuesday - Closed
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(228) 436-3000 ext. 3232
entertainment Wednesday though Saturday - various solo acoustic and keyboard performer.
Hotel parking, valet and self parking available.
Chef - Stephen Morgan
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Indoor Smoking Area, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
thirty-two Ratings and Reviews
Seat by the window with a beautiful view of Biloxi at night. Service was spot on. Amuse buche was delicious. We ordered the braised short rib and seared tuna as apps. Braised short rib was ok. The masa it was served on was smooth and delicious. The seared tuna was hidden by the multiple ingredients on top so lost the delicate flavor I look forward to when I order seared tuna. We had the flight of soups... the lobster bisque was delicious and we would recommend a bowl of this. The duck consume was such a fresh suprise, that if I go back I would also like more of it. My wife ordered the halibut and it was dry. After we got home and revisited the menu, we saw that there was supposed to be a lemon sauce that was not present as far as we could tell. My wife had to ask for lemon. My filet which I asked for med rare was delivered very rare. I ate it as is and it was delicious. The service was excellent. My wife had a orange type of martini that was like a spiked orange julius... yum. Overall was had a good time but at the cost we were underwhelmed by the food but service and atmosphere was perfect.
The food and atmosphere are first class, the service is great and the staff was wonderful. Only one thing took away from the experience... A couple with an infant allowed the baby to scream for way too long before taking the baby out into the lobby. I wonder of a dress code could be implemented? Overall, its a first class place. great for a special occasion. (Not for screaming babies..) We will definitely be back.
The server did bring us a great desert for my wife's birthday. (Nice touch!)
Not impressed. Our food was barely mediocre. In my party of 4 we ordered two appetizers, the soup sampler and the crab cakes. Our opinions differed on the soups, two of us liked the lobster bisque and one liked the duck consumme' but we all agreed that the onion soup was so salty it was inedible (I love salty food and this was even too much for me). The crab cakes were just mushy and tasted like canned tuna. We each got the delmonico steak for our entree with varying sides. We all agreed that the steaks were cooked perfectly just grossly under seasoned and flavorless. No one was impressed with their side dishes either. There were two shining spots in this dismal dinner. Our dessert was fabulous. A large cookie baked in a cast iron skillet and vanilla ice cream, perfect to share with the table. The other shiny spot was the service, our waiter was great! He was attentive and helpful, as was the other guy bussing our table.
In all, I would not recommend the restaurant. I expect to pay high prices at a nice steak place but this was definitely not worth the money we spent.
We had a great time dining with 32. My wife and I both branched out and tried something new. My wife had the Lamb of Grove Trio and thoroughly enjoyed trying lamb for the first time. I had the Steak Progression and loved the American Waygu the best. Of course, the bread basket was amazing plus the service and atmosphere!
32 is one of my favorite restaurants and we drove the hour plus drive to make it for my birthday weekend. The service is exceptional and the filet is so tender you won’t need your knife. Very fresh and creative plating. We shared to save room for dessert and they were most accommodating.
HMM... Okay, service was fine, the wine was excellent as always, the view is still there, and for such a limited selection of whiskies there are some really great choices. That's all the good stuff to be said. Now as for the food. Well, it's not up to the standard it once was. The menu hasn't changed in at least ten years and to me that says it's tired, and so is the staff who prepares it. There was never any mention of specials for the night either. That tells me you only have cooks working there and not a Chef with a hint of creativity. Don't get me wrong, the food was okay, but not to the standard it should be for a place like this with all of its old awards on display on the wall. This is Thirty-Two! Not IHOP. I had the 12oz. Filet. I ordered the béarnaise with it. You guys still put that steak sauce that is more like Lea & Perrin's than A1 on the plate!!!! The steak was fine for being cooked to three different temps, (rare, medium rare, and medium well) and being seared far more on one side that the other. The wait staff does need some training. Our waiter was fine, however, the young man with the black eye assisting him on the other hand is in need of some instruction. Reaching over one guest to the place setting of another guest is a no-no, especially if you stick your armpit in the first guest's face!!! Do your business with one guest and then move around and attend to the next guest's needs. Okay, enough of my ranting. In the end we will probably return to this restaurant, so pick up your game and don't make me hate you!
There is nothing spectacular about Thirty-Two except the view. The food our group had was very nondescript. I had the halibut and the couple who joined me for dinner shared the burger. The halibut was a very small portion and had no taste. I have eaten halibut at many restaurants and this was the first halibut I have eaten which had no taste. The burger was nothing special and certainly not memorable. We all shared the chocolate cake for dessert, as we were all still hungry - the cake was dry and had very little taste. The best dish we had was a cup of lobster bisque. When we were seated we were asked if we would like a wine list. We declined, and were told by the hostess that was it was good we did not want to see the wine list because the restaurant only had a few lists and she would have had to go find one. For a restaurant that supposedly is a five star restaurant, and prices their food very high, I was terribly disappointed and will not return. I believe the restaurant is the worst value in the Biloxi, MS area.
I give it a 1 ... for reasons .. A because there is not a zero as an option and b because our server deserves some credit.. went for dinner tonight husbands ordered the Delmonico Steaks we ( the wives) order tuna ... after over an hour waiting for the food the tuna came out completely white ( yes white ) looked like packed can tuna... sent it back .. at first glance the second set of tuna look ( visually only ) better .. however tasted just the same .. there is NO way this was Ahi Sushi Grade tuna .. waiter made a comment " I didn't want to serve it because I knew it didn't look good " .. now to the steaks .... my husbands plate was full of fat when he was done. Thank god he got a bigger steak ... honestly it looked like we got the bottom of the barrel on everything .. manager gave us desert and it was amazing ( thank god because by this time we were starving )
The restaraunt itself was vey nice with a great view. The service was good, but the food was a disappointment. The steaks were dry and the red wine demi-glace tasted like A-1. The sides were under seasoned. We had the lobster and truffle mac and cheese and the roasted cauliflower with whipped goat cheese. The best part of the meal was the appetizer, the butter-poached lobster. The creme brûlée was also very nice.
We always look forward to dining at Thirty-two. The crab legs are my favorite, as well as my husband's. My mother in law got the lobster and my brother in law got the steak. Everyone was very pleased with the food and service. The staff was nice enough to bring me a "birthday" dessert, which was delicious.
I was very disappointed by our experience here. The service was very slow, we had to request things two and three times and the baked potatoes were cold and old. When we pointed this out the waiter argued that they were fresh. I was charged for a sauce I never received and no attempt was made to make things right for us. I have dined there several times before with good experiences, but will not be returning.
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