Pleasant experience; Tenderloin salad was really nice. Nice quiet place to eat. A little far from the heart of the city, but worth the drive.
The wine was good, the bruschetta was okay, the calamari good, the mozzarella was good. The duck was excellent, the macaroni and cheese was okay, the asparagus was good (who can screw up asparagus though?) the ribeye was not very good, the shrimp had a really great glaze that I loved! The dessert drinks Pink Squirrel and Grasshopper were great... More
Daughter's wedding reception held @ Park Place. Before the meal we had two bars set up. Complimentryt beer was offered. BOTH tappers didn't work properly. Long lines and upset guests. This went on for most of the night. Guests were forced to buy bottled beer. Excuse given us was change in weather for outsidebar before meal. One guest worked for... More
The food was outstanding and service was great. The best for me was the dessert - the tarimasu was awesome!
This place used to be great. We first visited Ferraris 2 or 3 times in early spring and summer and it was great each time. Our last two visits (Oct. and Jan.) were absolutely terrible. The food was just ok, service was terrible and the building was GROSS! Holes in the wall? Dirty, sticky floors! stinky bathrooms!? This is supposed... More
Our dining experience began with the hostess not having our reservation. She wasn't overwhelming apologetic or empathic. However the restaurant wasn't busy so we could be seated. Most everyone liked the calamari appetizer. We also ordered the seared tuna and brushetta. 2 in our group ordered the walleye and both said it was very dry. Overall it was an average... More
The food was excellant !!!!! Gave me the feel of what a real business dinner would be like. The cheesecake was to die for. I would love to go back to try other items on the menu.
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