We ate at E&E before theater. It was on a Saturday night a 6 p.m. and it was our first (and last) time eating there.
No table clothes, no atmosphere, rather charmless. The service is competent but undistinguished.
In terms of a decor, it has the feeling of a high-end coffee shop with dimmer lights. The food is mediocre, but the prices are high. The music is rhythmic and continuous - you have to lean forward to engage in conversation. (Maybe the side booths are quieter.)
There were four in our party. We collectively ordered a Caesar salad, a Tofu entre a vegetarian special entree, a muscles appetizer, a strip steak, one dessert, and 3 coffees. The bill (after a 10% discount was $122.00 and $25 tip brought the total close to $150.00).
The Caesar salad ($11) consisted of 3 wedges of Romain lettuce, coated with several pieces of cheese and salad dressing, the muscles ($14) were tasty but salty, the tofu entree ($21) consisted or 3 slabs of what looked like store-bought tofu with a Trade Joe-like dressing, the strip steak ($37) was fatty, and the special vegetarian entry ($18) was pile of farro grains garnished with hazelnuts and vinaigrette.
It's hard to get quality food in the theater district and E&E Grill House proves the point.
The unmemorable meal was a real disappointment.
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