Date of Review
July 27, 2002
$15 to $20
Our Total Bill:
Shaker on the table
|Renee's Side||Steve's Side|
I disagree slightly with Renee on the remodeling at J. D. Hoytís. The new decor is much brighter, which was sorely needed. However, it seems like the booths remind me more of a family restaurant or a Perkins more than a steakhouse or supper club. That, added with televisions in the dining room, and I believe they could have done a much better job with their space.
The service was o.k., though it felt at times like the employee morale was pretty low. Our server wasnít rude, but wasnít friendly, either. It seemed like the manager was the person most interested in our dining experience, though his attitude didnít make it down to the rest of the staff.
The filet tenderloin was good. It was properly prepared and the cut was satisfactory. I agree with Renee on the hash browns - despite the serverís recommendation, I would stay away from the spiced hash browns. They were also on the greasy side, which would make for decent after-bar food, but just greasy before-bar food.
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