From Facebook. We were posting in the same groups.
Moderators Hat On
While we can all continue to point out the “poor” marketing being done by this business, it is still a small business and I don’t want us to come across looking like a gang of bullies just piling on with nothing but negative comments. (yes I"m also looking in the mirror as I type this)
So I think we have established “plating and marketing” are not this owners strong point, but until someone actually tries the food and experiences the service let’s cut the place some slack and wait until we have more fact, instead of having fun in criticizing a place un-sampled yet.
For the best of our community and the Hungry Onion brand, I think it’s important we not develop a reputation as foodie -“haters”.
With that said I look forward to someone taking one for the team and posting about an actual experience here and let the conversation continue from that stand point. Thank you all for reading this and hopeful understanding.
I think you need to issue a HOdown.
As I told Bob in a private message today, I am guilty too and in 100% agreement.
Per the request of our esteemed moderator I will make no comment but just drop this link
Nice one Jeff.
The best steakhouse in Middletown! Did you hear that Bob? This place is calling your name.
At least know we know who took the food pictures
Yeah yeah yeah…I’m going to be the one to take one for the team, I see it now! Maybe i’ll Bring a special guest.
Was this guest an 80s hair metal rocker and actor on Gilmore girls? Asking for a friend
Actually, it says “in town”, and the town is Holmdel, which doesn’t have a lot of steakhouses.
My mistake. I dont think holmdel has any but the chain one next to chili’s. Long horn I think is the name.
I’ll tell ya what, out of all the “family friendly” steakhouses Texas Roadhouse is probably my favorite. Not a bad piece of meat.
That’s what she said
Didnt long horn used to be there at some point?
Leave my wife out of this please.
Before Texas Roadhouse, it was Asahi (Japanese) and before that Macaroni Grill (for a long time). Between Asahi and TRH the building was torn down and rebuilt from scratch.
We both like TRH (I find the 6-ounce sirloin the perfect size, which tells you why I’m not big on all-you-can-eat places), but the fact that it is not open for lunch during the week is a drawback for us.
Yes, it was Macaroni Grill for a long time. When they first opened they would place a gallon jug of their house wine on your table (table cloth topped with white paper) give you a crayon and tell you the wine was the “honor system”. You were to place a line in front of yourself for every glass you poured. I’m pretty sure I single-handedly ended that policy. That jug would be gone, and I would only have 1 line in front of me!?!?!??! How that ever happened every time I went there I will never know!!! (after about a year they stopped that but I think it was a liquor law consequence because of a-holes like me abusing it)
I remember Macaroni Grill! And that policy.
That place was a childhood favorite. I can still smell and taste the focaccia.
The one thing I did not like was that singer they had who would wander the place with a song list hoping people would flag him down for a song and give him a tip. He was not very good and he was there FOR YEARS!
I was nostalgically upset when they closed. They were much better than Bertucci’s.