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Our Most Recent Reviews!
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Amazing food, bev and service!
The hostess, Adrianna, was very sweet and welcoming. Our server, Jarred, and his assistant, Brandon, were also spectacular. From start to finish, we all agree it was a wonderful experience. Highly recommend the portobello filet mignon. Not only a quality steak, but the bordelaise on top… 🤤🤤🤤
A+ 🙏🏼✨🙌🏼
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We celebrated our wedding anniversary here this past weekend! They put rose petals on our table & gave us a complimentary dessert. But the food was absolutely delicious!! Totally worth it!!
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The reviews were generally really great, so we ventured over here from our hotel to celebrate our 20th anniversary.
We were a little surprised by the ambiance and vibe of Greystone. It was almost like it didn't know who it was. Pricing and menu options like a high-end steakhouse but then decor and setting more like an awkward teenager.
The building has a ton of history, some sordid, but some really cool. With the menu, it seems like they would have better honored the traditional, historic nature of the building and lean into that. However, it's sort of the oddly sordid vibe that comes out, especially after reading the buildings history. Anyway, I digress.
Our server was nice but didn't seem to focused on actually serving us, but more of on programming the new handheld devices to include all the menu items and convince the rest of the servers to start using them. Not what I would have expected from a high-end place. He didn't give us any menus. We had to ask, and then he only brought one at a time - wine, whiskey/scotch, then finally food. The menus have seen better days. They did give us a nice anniversary card with some rose petals on the table, which was a very nice touch. Though it was clear the card was reused from the smudges and fingerprints on it. The server next to our table was top-notch though - knew the menu, knew the wine selection, and was attentive.
They had a strong wine collection but very few selections in the mid-range ($100). Again, I didn't like up with the vibe of the place.
The menu had some delicious steaks on it, as well as other fish and chicken options. We both had filets and enjoyed them. The steak was seasoned very nicely and cooked beautifully, so I don't think I needed to buy a topping (grilled onions for my wife and bordalaise for me) after all. We ordered traditional mashed potatoes (excellent) and street corn (good) as our sides. We opted to skip dessert just because we felt so odd at the place and kind of wanted to get out of there.
For the price ($300+ with tax and tip), we expect more. Our evening was a 5 or 6 out of 10, unfortunately, but at least we tried a new place.
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Dry aged in house, the steaks are delicious. A great section of beer wine and spirits. I was ble to enjoy a nice Trappist which are usually hard to find. You can even get a flight of espresso martinis. I would avoid the shellfish, you are coming here for the steaks. The sides are great, they have a nice twist on mashed potatoes. If you are looking for wagyu, they can accommodate you.
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michael truly is the best server in the business. he made sure our meal was perfect! he truly went above and beyond for our night, cant praise him enough.
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Priscilla, the bartender/server was Awesome! Steak was Awesome! Chocolate was supper cute!
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Love this place. Have been several times now and each time the food and service were outstanding. Would confidently recommend Greystone to my friends and family!
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By far one of the worst dining experiences I have ever had. Server came up to us when we were seated and made suggestions and then rushed off. He literally never asked us what we wanted to drink (party of 6) until about 20 minutes after we were seated. The place was dead too. Once we were able to stop him, he rushed out after one person asked for a drink so that the table couldn’t order drinks. It was unreal. Then, they served my 14 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER AN ALCOHOLIC DRINK. She ordered a mocktail from the mocktail list (a list exclusively non-alcoholic) and they gave her a drink LOADED with gin. When I told them about it, they made fun of the situation and refused to even make it right. Just said “well, there’s nothing we can do about it now” and giggled and asked if she finished the whole thing. Truly unreal.

Then, the food came out and it was terrible. The crab legs were not even edible. I’m not joking, they were so dry and discolored that we didn’t eat them. It’s insane to me that they would serve food this way. They also substituted food for other food and didn’t tell us or ask us before hand.

The service was awful, the food was awful and they served my underage daughter alcohol and then refused to do anything about it to make it right. I felt like I was in the twilight zone and I’m not sure what I’m going to do about this next. Absolutely unbelievable.
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The steak melted in my mouth and was able to be cut with a butter knife. And the lemon dessert cake was the best dessert I’ve ever had!!
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Dry aged in house the steaks are delicious. A great section of beer wine and spirits. I was and to enjoy a nice Trappist, and you can even get a flight of espresso martinis. I would avoid the shellfish, you are coming here for the steaks. The sides are great, they have a nice twist on mashed potatoes. And you are looking for wagyu, they can accommodate you.