Avoid altogether. This place is a joke. We took out of town guests there and the service was horrible. Brought one drink at a time out to us. We order a bottle of wine and a glass of a different wine and we got the bottle of the different wine. Ordered our food and it also came out at different times. They made one of the dishes wrong and they forgot to place one order and received it 20 mins later. Although they did comp that order, after we complained about 10 times. No manager came over to us and were ignored most of the night by the wait staff. Food was average. Band was decent. Will never go there again, especially with people from out of town!!
New Year's Eve 2005. My brother invited about 40 people over to 42nd st for a NYE meal and then to enjoy bands they'd scheduled. Bands were fine - but the service and food were universally agreed by the party to be subpar. We sat near kitchen and saw them prepare food that sat out for 1/2 hour before pickup (salads, desserts) and under the warmer for 10-20 minutes. Portabella mushroom dish appetizer was a greasy mess. Food was served for 2 at table and then a 10 minute wait for the other 4 of us to be served. Seared tuna entree was lukewarm. They must have run out of asparagus since the first two at our table got 2 big spears, and then I got one! Other tables also had food/service problems. Not going back for a regular meal if there are any other options!
Theater-inspired fare headlines at Restaurant Row's own mini-Broadway--worth a hearty bravo..
A wide, open dining area inside lends simple elegance to the Broadway motif, while a patio area outside provides the perfect setting for socializing on any Florida evening. Who's there? South Tampa socialites, the after-work crowd, hipsters and Hyde Park types.
The menu carries on the Broadway theme with show-stopping entrees like La Cage au Filet (an eight-ounce filet topped with creamy thyme sauce), A Mid Snapper's Night Dream (red snapper with dill), Phantom of the Pasta, and Egvita (four-cheese eggplant Parmesan). Also in the spotlight are a mix of appetizers that range from the mundane--cheese toast and shrimp cocktail--to the unique: tenderloin carpaccio and seared tuna medallions. Before the curtain closes on this dining experience, be sure to indulge in a rich cappuccino.