I have heard a lot about the quality of their steaks so when we were given a gift card for here I was happy to give them a try. I had a single red wine ($12) which was good and the 12oz filet mignon ($55)....More
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After a great night at the casino we decided to have a steak dinner. We started with martinis, with stuffed blue cheese olives. For dinner I had the New York strip Oscar. My wife had the Beef tips with mushroom risotto. Both were amazing and...More
Misteak night = $19.99 for 14 oz. NY, mashed potatoes, and pea pods (my favorite part). I always have leftover steak. Take on of the rolls, slice the leftover steak up, and you've got yourself a great little sandwich for the next day! Wimpy Wednesdays...More
We had dinner reservations at 6:30 and we're seated promptly at that time. The waiter came over and explained the different cuts of meat which was kind of cool to see then he took our appetizer order which came out right away. now maybe it's...More
Made reservations for wife's birthday Saturday October 14th at 730 pm. Arrived on time to a half empty dining room. Promptly seated at a table by hostess and then nothing for 10 minutes. Finally waitress shows up and takes drink order and I couldn't hear...More
What a gorgeous place for fine dining with a formal but friendly touch. The manager and owner both stopped by to say hello. What a nice touch! The room is just beautiful and elegant. The wine and food menus are both lovely. The service was...More
The food is good and we all like their steaks. The waiter offered to show us the cuts and explain them in great details. We ordered some salad too and we all like them. The dinner rolls are free and they are very good.
Excellent service, elegant setting, and the best steak I have EVER had. Delightful theme. Love how they educate you on the cuts of meat available.
So it was my birthday and my son was coming in from LA to visit. We had heard of Churchill's and thought this would be a good opportunity to try it. The pleasant little hostess was polite as she seated us, although her sweater which...More