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About William B's Steakhouse - Blue Chip Casino
Named after Boyd Gaming Corporation's Chairman and CEO William S. Boyd, William B's Steakhouse is a world-class steakhouse in the tradition of the Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas. But there's more than steak on the menu. You'll also find fresh seafood and exquisite pasta dishes, all prepared with classic Midwestern flair.
Must be 21 to dine.
Michigan City, IN 46360
Steakhouse, Seafood, Prime Rib
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Highway US 12
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(888) 879-7711 ext. 2118
Covered self-parking is offered just steps away from the main casino/hotel entrance.
Complimentary valet parking is also available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cigar Room, Full Bar, Private Room, Wine
William B's Steakhouse - Blue Chip Casino Ratings and Reviews
Had a reservation for over a week for a smoking table. Was told we would have to wait up to an hour for the table. It took an hour and 15 mins to get food. Waitress said there was a big party in the back n we had to wait until they were served first. Asked for a second drink and had to wait about 20 mins due to they ran out of the strawberry mix and had to find some, again per the waitress. We eat here evetytime we are in the area and this was the worst we have had. They are normally pretty good and nice but not this time.
William B's never disappoints. Service was very good. The only thing that was different was the seasoning they used on my filet, which had a taste of chili pepper. I have never had that experience before, I did have the filet butterflied this time, which I have never done before.
They messed up our stake order my wife received a medium stake and I received a medium well they should have been reversered. Also the food was a bit cold not even warm. The last issue was how long it took to get our food. This was are third time eating there and most likely are last
The food and service were good, but the surf and turf was a disappointment. Steak was excellent, but the lobster tail was tiny (Outback Steakhouse tiny) and overcooked. I knew it didn’t come with sides, so I ordered one. However, some of the house specials did include sides. My husband got the Beef Wellington which included fingerling potatoes and green beens. My dish was $59 before the side dish. My husband’s dinner was $17 cheaper. Basically, surf and turf was way over priced when you compared the dishes side by side for value and taste.
Always been a fan of William B s but my recent visit was a let down. After we were seated it took an hour to get our soup the server seamed to avoid us and the blue cheese dressing tastes like it was out of a bottle. It used to be to die for! Hope you get it together william Bs. One good thing Patrick the manager was pleasant as always!!!
We have been to William B’s many times, and the food has always been fantastic, but this time I had the Sea Bass, and it didn’t taste “fresh”, it was a little fishy smelling and tasting. The rest of the food was great, as usual. I have Sea Bass many times in several restaurants, and it always smells and tastes fresh. I think I will go back to ordering the Salmon, at William B’s, which is always wonderful. I still would recommend you to my friends and family.
First server was short w/us and somewhat rude so had to ask for a different server. Waited over 25 minutes for two cocktails. Chris was our second server and did a great job. However, two of us ordered lobster and specifically asked that it NOT be overcooked but unfortunately, it was awful and yes, overcooked, let alone extremely small in size. Manager came to table and we expressed our disappointment but nothing was done about it. Up charges were found on bill which we were never advised of, we demanded them be removed which they were. It was my b-day celebration, could have went anywhere, but chose William B's. Was extremely disappointed this time with the meal. We have had our Christmas party there the last two years in January but do not believe we will be coming back this year.
Took my wife for our anniversary dinner. Restaurant was busy but still very quiet. Menu was diverse and our server was fantastic. Beef Wellington was cooked to a perfect medium rare and my wife loved the seafood risotto. Don't expect an inexpensive meal ($100 pre-tip) but it is priced in line with other fine dining experiences we've had.
Great way to celebrate a birthday or anniversary. Started with stuffed mushrooms to share. I loved the lobster bisque soup. My entree was veal Marsala. Hubby had Caesar salad and pork tenderloin. Both of us brought some home as the portions were plentiful. No room for dessert. Service was outstanding. Strongly suggest reservations.
We visited William B's on Friday, September 22nd for dinner with a party of 5. My wife's family was in from out of town for our son's Baptism. We come to this restaurant about 3-4 times a year and were very dissapointed.
My wife and her sister ordered the primerib and it came out raw. The dinner took over an hour to come out to the table so we were surprised at how undercooked it was. My wife used to manage a restaurant and said they likely didnt roast it long enough ahead of time so the food took longer while the kitchen probably tried to wait longer so it cooked up. We sent it back and then the two new pieces that were brought out were also raw and chewy in the middle and overly salted due to trying to cook them up with a lot of au jus. It took a while for thoses pieces to come out to the table too.
The service was very good for the most part but she never communicated anything to the table while we were waiting so long for our food. Its like she was tryimg to avoid the table during that time although we totally understand it wasnt her fault.
The side dish baked potatos were also underwhelming. Overcooked, cold, and a bit slimy. The stuffed mushroom appetizer was bland and not seasoned at all.
Overall, we were extremely dissatisfied and dissapointed with our meals and overall exoerience. It was not worth the expensive check.
One of my favorite restaurants. I like when the server remembers what I drink, or that I especially like the rolls with the cranberries. When the manager stops at table to check if everything is good, and sometimes even the chef does the same. The food is wonderful and plentiful.
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