I've been to this restaurant many times. I love it and its sister the Harrison. The chef actually oversees the kitchen doesn't film the tv shows all day. So this is really more about what restaurant week appears to have evolved into: a feast for cheapskates. The place is mobbed on a Wednesday at 8:45 in the dead of summer. I look around and half the tables HAVE NO ALCOHOL on them. I am presented a lovely 38 dollar resto week menu along with the regular menu. Ask the very nice young man serving us a wine question to which he doesn't know the answer promises to come back w the info comes back w rushed wrong info. Entrees are, very Uncharacteristically, way late. My gf's pork chop then comes back WAY undercooked. They apologize sincerely fix it and comp us a dessert because these are pros and nice people. But I am annoyed because I didn't get what I expected from my evening so that the resto week folks could be served. And to the kids: we were all young and poor and learning about Restos A glass of wine or a cocktail is part of it. The red cat has extremely fair prices for the quality of the food and service. Support them by springing for a couple bucks for a drink. Or.....stay home.
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