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All reviews steak prime rib chateaubriand coconut cake au gratin potatoes house filet salad turtle soup seafood bread fried oysters crab fries cooked to perfection ruth's chris side dishes the wait staff
Second visit, requested the same wait staff (Suzie) knows how to take care of her customers. Service beyond any other resturaunt. Steaks are exceptional, rib eyes great taste and quality of meat. Coconut cake is to die for so save room.
The service and atmosphere here are great but the food just did not measure up, especially for the price.
I had the turtle soup (Brennan's and Commander's palace are much better) and the steak was just not flavorful and was not even hot. The bread...More
After a few days of sampling Cajun and Creole inspired cuisine, my wife and I decided it was time to get back to our Chicago roots, a change of pace if you will. What is more Chicago than a steakhouse? Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse, located at...More
Our third visit here and they never disappoint! Service is impeccable. Our server Rueax made our evening even more delightful. My filet and my husbands prime rib were perfectly cooked and delicious. We shared a wedge salad that was the best we’ve ever had. If...More
Went here with what was (admittedly) a large group (12 of us) recently. We were seated around 6:45pm, but didn't receive our food until after 8pm. Long wait for drinks at times, which was odd given the number of servers bustling around. In the end,...More
We had a reservation for 6:15pm but it was so cold out that we arrived half an hour early, the place was mostly empty which was great. We had two waiters bringing us drinks and food. The food was delicious! And because it was my...More
Dickie Brennan’s is an old-school restaurant. Very classy. The barbecue ribeye was amazing (although I could teach them a thing or two about mashed potatoes) and the gulf shrimp were a lovely accompaniment. The Creme brûlée, a porter and cappuccino were the crowning touch.
Coming without reservation on a quiet Tuesday the counter was excessively loaded with 2 bored folks. No warm greetings or friendliness.
Inside the huge and largely open restaurant it was quite loud and again many people in strictly separated roles. At least here the service...More
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