by Nolan Sakshaug on
New husband and I had our wedding after-party here on July 24th. Planning and reserving our tables went smoothly. We pre-ordered hors d'oeuvres and bottles for our tables. On the day of, we arrived around 11pm. Glad we had tables reserved because the line to get in was horrendous. When we got there, our server, Justine, took great care of us. She was always around to take bar orders and brought them out pretty quickly. Music was good but the lounge was just way too crowed. Random people kept crowding our space. I did not even attempt to squeeze my way downstairs - definitely too stuffy. The hors d'oeuvres were ok, nothing to rave about, except for the mini-stuffed potatoes - they were awesome. Overall, everyone had a great time.
by Michal Newbrough on
Wow as much as I love this place I can't believe I haven't written a review for it. I LOVE LUCKIES!!! The food is delicious and Wednesday nights are very fun. I love going on Wednesday nights, I go often. I just wish the dance floor was bigger but other than that I have no complaints! The DJ's are also great and they don't hold the line outside which is a plus! Many clubs/lounges hold it which I hate. I recommend this place if you're looking for a great lunch/dinner and/or if you're ready to PARTY!
by Gourmet G. on
Despite the fact it's part of a small chain, many locals consider this the best steakhouse in town. Located in the Warwick Hotel, it's certainly one of the most glamorous - leopard-print carpeting, black leather furniture, black-lacquer walls trimmed in gold, and nightly jazz piano and bass duets give it a very 1940s-supper-club ambiance, albeit one that's overlit. The menu is typical - a variety of steaks, chops, salmon, and - of course - prime rib, served in enormous portions along with the usual suspects of sides, like rich creamed spinach and excellent potato skins. If you have any room left, end your meal with fresh strawberries and cream over warm shortbread. The servers will pamper you like few do. Hoping to maintain a touch of class, they require jackets for men at night. If you forget yours, they'll loan you one, although why a man in a well-worn, ill-fitting blazer would look better than one without is beyond me.