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The wait at Bob’s was almost an hour when we came here on a weeknight. That was surprising but our waitress explained that this was a typical. Good for the owner so plan accordingly if you really want to eat here at the last minute....More
Our server Kieth was outstanding. He helped guide us through the menu and made some excellent recommendations. There were 6 of us, we split the bone in New York and the bone in Ribeye and the Lamb Chops. Everything was cooked a perfect medium rare....More
We have been going to Bob's in Grapevine for many years! Why? Because the experience is always Outstanding! The Food, the Service, and the Ambiance is always TOP DRAWER! Our two favorite Servers are: Timberlyn and Heidi, as their service is always 10 stars out...More
We chose Bob’s for a quiet dinner after an exhausting day of airport delays and crazy weather. Chris, our waiter, greeted us warmly, he brought our drinks, offered suggestions with the daily specials. It’s a lovely setting, relaxing and intimate. Our food was superb, steak...More
We love coming here when in grapevine. Adam is great at the bar and food was perfect. They changed chefs snd the quality of steaks is very noticeable. The sear was excellent and looking forward to our next visit!
We popped in and sat at the bar for a while before checking in at the front. We dropped the ball there and it was gonna be a wait once we checked in. We ended up eating at the bar which was fantastic as well....More
We travel to Dallas a lot on business. We just discovered Bob's last year. We have been here several times. It is a great restaurant! It's great for a couple's night out or even business. The food and service is outstanding! We've dined on everything...More
Classic steakhouse with a vast menu, delicious prepared ribeye, and great creamed spinach. The Old Fashion cocktail was on par with the best and the wine list provided us with great options. Unnecessary but welcome, we were comp'd dessert as our reservation was delayed upon...More
From the waiter to the wine to the food to the ambiance - scrumpdillyicious all the way around. Waiter and other staff were prompt, efficient, knowledgeable, helpful and charming. We had two red wines suggested by waiter - both were outstanding. Starter was lamb chop...More
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almost all the grass fed beef is considered cutter Canada quality and is fed to pet food. in Texas most of the of the beef is grain-fed and it has to be imported. that is the reason that beef cost more in Texas than in... More
almost all the grass fed beef is considered cutter Canada quality and is fed to pet food. in Texas most of the of the beef is grain-fed and it has to be imported. that is the reason that beef cost more in Texas than in places were corn and wheat are grown. all the meat here is considered Prime and that means a lot of fat marbling which makes the beef very tender. grass-fed beef has very little marbling. most of the meat you get in the stores are choice grade.
Their prices are typical for upscale restaurants in the Grapevine area. You can find entrees under $20, although most are $30-40 for big steaks or filets, wine list ranged from $7 a glass on up. We didn't order wine, but... More
Their prices are typical for upscale restaurants in the Grapevine area. You can find entrees under $20, although most are $30-40 for big steaks or filets, wine list ranged from $7 a glass on up. We didn't order wine, but that's what I remember. Our business dinner for 3 including appetizers, entrees, drinks & desserts was around $120, and we were there about 2 hours. Its on par for nice restaurants in the area.