We started with flights of wine and a variety of appetizers and loved each one! My Halibut was perfectly done and dessert was great. Looking forward to eating here again.
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We had over 15 people here for a family lunch. Everyone seemed to like their meals. Good menu . Certainly could handle our family get together
Thanks for coming in and Choosing Grand Cru for your get together.
For our son's wedding in March of 2017, many of the out-of-town guests were staying at a nearby hotel. Grand Cru was by far the nicest location of all the many restaurants within easy walking distance. Just off busy Wilson Blvd., it faces a quiet...More
My husband and I enjoy this restaurant. There is a relatively extensive wine selection, and very nice food selection. Parking is not ideal, but you can park in the NRECA garage for a reasonable price in the evening. You have to walk up the ramp...More
Nice atmosphere starting with a secluded locationwith a garden courtyard. Outstanding and mostly reasonably priced wine list. Excellent food. Try the lamb chops. They have a happy hour and a full bar too.
My first visit to Grand Cru was on an unseasonably warm day this past winter. It was unplanned visit and I had my dogs and a friend with me. Their outdoor seating was closed for the season but they very graciously said they would serve...More
The restaurant is quite hidden and you could pass it easily without notice. They have both indoor and patio seating. The menu is French inspired, but with an American twist. The food was excellent and I can easily recommend the rack of lamb and escargot....More
Attended a group private dinner. Had the filet and salad. DELICIOUS, Great service and quality! Other members had salmon, chicken or risotto - all good!
Happy hour has several choices of wine by the glass for $4.00 which can be enjoyed on the patio. There are some happy hour food choices also. A very nice place to relax on a warm evening
The food was very good but menu limited. Staff friendly and attentive. We were very disappointed to see a $12 corkage fee for a bottle that had a twist off cap.