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Reviewed July 7, 2019 via mobile

We ordered the prime rib medium rare and the Shepherd’s Pie and shared like we usually do. Both were excellent. The prime rib was properly prepared and was medium rare. The seasoning added to the flavor of the meat without overwhelming it. The lamb in...the shepherds pie was tender, juicy, truly had the lamb flavors and seasoning perfectly balanced. We will be back.More

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed February 27, 2019 via mobile

Currently closed till sometime spring 2019. Always great food, never disappointed. Portions average.

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed March 28, 2018

Amazing restored mansion. Elegant Dining Room. Empty on a Thursday evening - but we thoroughly enjoyed upscale menu in Carpetbaggers Tavern in the brick walled basement. Friendly staff and locals. A real treat.

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed February 15, 2018 via mobile

Great service, fantastic food. I had the Filet Mignon, My wife had the Duck both were cooked to perfection and were very good. We def will return there were several other meals I would love to try.

Date of visit: February 2018
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Reviewed December 10, 2017 via mobile

What a gem of a place this is. We were there for a small family celebration and had our dinner in the Ashley Room which was warmly decorated and the perfect location especially if you are dining with children. The main dining area is beautiful...also. The food was excellent and the service couldn't have been any better. The second floor is a treasure trove of shops in each room . This is most definitely a local treasure.More

Date of visit: December 2017
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Reviewed October 15, 2017

I absolutely love the atmosphere of this place. I sat downstairs in the Carpetbagger's Tavern and it was very cozy. I was the only one in the place at the time, and it just seemed like a nice escape where no one would ever find...me, which is fine with me. My dinner was delicious, although I was not impressed with the chicken florentine soup which was the soup of the day. It was very bland and there wasn't much chicken, so I was a little concerned that maybe I had made the wrong decision in coming here. However, the duck that I chose for my main course was incredible. It was cooked perfectly and the blueberry red wine compote was great. Even the starch and vegetable were perfectly seasoned. I have recently given up dessert but they had a few that sounded great. I might have been tempted to try one if they were homemade, but they're not. Definitely a good experience and look forward to trying either the chicken marsala or shrimp and grits on my next visit.More

Date of visit: October 2017
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Reviewed July 15, 2017 via mobile

Will definitely go back. Overall a very solid meal and great experience. Somewhat unfortunate location in a bit of a run down Brownsville, but what a beautiful interior atmosphere. Food was also very good...prime rib, filet, salmon were all good. As was the French onion...soup, beet salad and house salad. Good prices as well (pretty much everything under $30). I will bring my own wine next time ($10 corkage) versus ordering from their limited list. So glad we tried it!More

Date of visit: July 2017
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Reviewed May 27, 2017

We had our club end of season dinner here. The food was excellent and the portions were huge. A little pricey, but well worth it. The setting is a lovely old mansion with shops on the second level and a beautiful bar in the lower...level. If you are looking for a fine dining place with good food and pleasant atmosphere this is the place to go.More

Date of visit: May 2017
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Reviewed May 22, 2017

WISH WE WOULD HAVE GONE ELSEWHERE. Food is overrated and too expensive for the poor quality, lackluster taste, and improperly prepared food we received. The wait staff is, to say the least, chaotic. Making it VERY obvious that they have never been properly trained on...how to serve meals properly...cocktails, appetizers, soup, salads, entrees, desserts, after dinner drinks, etc...and, of course to make sure all parties are receiving these courses AT THE SAME TIME throughout the evening. Our relatively small party of 8 had one guest eating soup, one eating an appetizer and two eating their entrees and two being asked if they wanted desserts all at the same time...this is CHAOS and a total lack of organization and professionalism by a totally untrained wait staff. The so-called "Manager", whom by the way, has no control over of situation(s) arising in the restaurant, exhibited no leadership ability, knowledge or professionalism on how to run a restaurant, which was evident in the gross mishandling of nearly every aspect of the of the evening. These things may have been overlooked if the food was delicious enough to compensate for the disastrous service but, it just wasn't even close. We won't be back. Our business executives won't be back. And, we certainly won't recommend this restaurant to family, friends, or other associates.More

Date of visit: May 2017
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Reviewed May 15, 2017

We had heard about this place and were excited to try it for Mother's Day. Food was good. Not great, not bad. They were giving roses to all the ladies, however, we had three ladies at our table but only got two roses. Had to...ask for the other one. It was a buffet. Dirty plates stayed at our table, lukewarm coffee and tea was served. Needed to ask for refills on drinks. Dessert table was disappointing. Three different kinds of cake were good, but the variety of cookies, brownie bites, etc. were purchased from SAM's club! The thing that happened as we were leaving was appalling! The person slicing the prime rib dropped the meat thongs on the floor with a bang. We watched him picked them up and put them on the table. Someone came for prime rib and he used the dropped thongs to hold the meat! This was not a inexpensive buffet. Cost was close to the same price as the Grand Concourse, but selection of food was less and service was far from good! We will not return.More

Date of visit: May 2017
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