We had a great dinner not too long ago... great staff, excellent food and wine. Tried some different appetizers and thoroughly enjoyed the entrees.
Went for Sunday brunch a couple times. Food was good but not great. Nice variety, but a little pricey for the quality. Very crowded ,not a place for young children. Service was a bit slow for just drinks.
Wonderful old mansion is the setting. Good menu selections, high prices which were not unexpected. However, the food was simply ok. A bit disappointing. Have had better filet mignon at local and/or chain restaurants in our hometown.
I went with a group of friends just to have a good time and look at the Christmas lights. We get there and it's somewhat busy, but not too bad. We were seated right away and our server came up promptly. We ordered drinks, which took awhile, but we were talking and having a good time. Upon ordering, I requested... More
This is a fantastic place for a Sunday brunch! Whether it's a family celebration, baby shower, or any special occasion the food is always top notch! There is something for every palette! The atmosphere is awesome! A true piece of history. So glad it's still around to share with the community. A great place to enjoy whether you are visiting... More
The house specialty prime rib was served with a dry exterior and was tough. I was surprised it would be allowed to leave the kitchen and the waitress served it. I had to ask for a steak knife to saw through the 2nd slice given to replace the first.The sandwiches ordered were to be on a pretzel bun. Each came... More
We ate here on December 27th, 2013. We had a party of 6. The overall experience was not good, but the manager was passionate about making sure that this did not happen to others. Only 2 out of 6 received their correct order. There were items missing and/or not as ordered. When we finally received what we ordered, the food... More
Beautiful, historical dining experience. Very good service. We had the prime rib. (3 size choices ... No difference between the middle cut & the biggest cut ... Get the middle size). Prices seemed a little high. Meat, potatoes, salad & rolls good; vegetable OK.
We ate here yesterday and had a very nice lunch. Located in the Studebaker Mansion, this restaurant is specially decorated for the holidays. The food is excellent and very reasonable. I had chicken marsalla for $13. The salmon was a nice piece at a reasonable price. Their are many different rooms that are used from nursery to sunroom. Very nice... More
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