Atmosphere was pretty good. Had some interesting items on the menu. Service was good. Came highly recommended, however not sure that I would come back.
We rented out the restaurant for a medium sized group and I was very impressed with the whole experience. Its a cool setting in an old historic building. The chef came up and spoke about the menu to us all. Each dish was done perfectly and plated creatively. For a group of 35, this was impressive. Food was good. Atmosphere... More
This restaurant has a Parisian/Industrial flare. The food is very traditional parisian style food with Rabbit leg being the most recommended item on the menu. I had the swordfish which is flown in fresh daily and thoroughly enjoyed. The portions are not enormous but the quality is what you would expect from a higher end restaurant. The atmosphere is truly... More
Way cool urban architecture and design. Specializing in serving local and home grown produce and product. Shared the hog's head with my son, and we liked it! Great cheeses, meats, and martini's. Love it.
Where do I start? Now bear with me, I am from the midwest, I am fully-aware of the 'reverse-snobbery' present in Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois etc. People here like their 'routine.' These are primarily soccer-sticker-clad unnecessary SUV's, Franchise-worshipping despots with little room for all the noise and confusion of 'Something NEW.' I grew up around that, I KNOW IT. And had... More
Very creative and delicious food! The sea scallops dish was phenomenal. Excellent preparation and combinations.
This restaurant is in a large, open, rehabilitated industrial space. It's comfortably spacious with interesting interior view to all parts of the dining room and open kitchen. The meal was carefully prepared with high quality ingredients. The service was good but a little judgmental. I ordered a beer and the server seemed dismayed. Still, just a minor detraction in what... More
My husband and enjoyed a leisurely and wonderful dinner here. Don't be deceived by the exterior...inside is a lovely and romantic place to enjoy fine wine and food and inventive cocktails. Not that you would be out of place there for a business dinner or dinner with friends. The decor is a fabulous mix of original and historic interior with... More
I had dinner there recently. Food was good but over salted. The lamb saddle tasted like a pretzel, all salt, no lamb flavor. When a dish is over salted, the French say that the chef must be in love. I guess that means s/he had other things on his mind to distract him/her when adding the seasoning.
The moment we walked into the Boiler Room (without reservations) we were seated immediately. The staff was great. The food was The Best Food I have had in a restaurant. I had the Pork Loin it was unbelievably tender. My husband had the Texas RedFish it was cooked to perfection. I just cannot say enough good things about this place.... More
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