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Chef Chris Paul's 51 Supper Club & Lounge
Posted by marc on 06/17/2012
I was here on a business trip, and decided to take a client out for dinner. This seemed like a classy place to wow my client. The setting was beautiful. yet the service and food was not up to standards one would expect at a place like this.
Posted by richard on 06/16/2012
The phrase "words have no meaning", really means something when it comes to this establishment.We read online an article about this 51. Much hype about the food which really was not anything special. The service was friendly, yet took long to get our food and we literally had to beg our server to get a drink. The old movie re-runs were a cute gimmick, yet did not match the south beach style decor which was flashy, yet a little too sterile,. The sinatra tribute singer was very talented, but not my taste and something I need to hear when eating. Just too much retro going on here. It seems they are trying too hard to be something, but not achieving it. Pulling old ghosts out of a hat should be left to real classic supperclubs in the big cities.
Posted by Joe Namath on 06/11/2012
I came to 51 supper club on the insistence of some friends who raved about the live entertainment on Saturday night. They couldn't have been more right. The singer was amazing and the style of the place bring thoughts of what Sinatra's CalNeva Lodge might have been! We enjoyed our dinner and felt it was worth the priceiness considering the atmosphere of energy and excitement that came with it. We had to wait a while for our entree but when it came it was delicious. The service wasn't especially attentive. We sat in one of the booths near the stage and got special treatment from the singer who took our requests. We haven't sat in the dining room but apparently the large screen also plays video of the entertainment during dinner along with classic movies. My wife was delighted by the serenading during dinner and I left full and stunned by the entertainer who even belted out opera songs only Luciano would touch. Kudos to the owners who found the right blend of style and entertainment to match a pricey but satisfying menu. We'll be back with our regular friends!
Posted by Joe on 06/02/2012
Had the food been as good as the live music we would go here more often. Thought to find some sinatra food, yet it was all a bag of stuff i can get anywhere in town prepared better .Loved the sinatra tribute in the lounge, which we stayed at after a dinner of overcooked fish, chewy steak and a soggy key lime pie with lukewarm coffee. Stay in the lounge i would say...they have great martinis.
Posted by william on 06/01/2012
The available empty seats in the restaurant on a weekend night should have been a warning. The beauty of the place draws you in, yet there is always a reason why a restaurant is quiet. The wait staff was not trained properly, not smiling and inattentive. Bread in basket was of commercial quality and forgettable. My steak was tough and not cooked to temp. My friends entrees were lukewarm. Should have known better and spent my dining dollars elsewhere.
Posted by Nakia & al on 05/30/2012
Let me start off by saying I absolutely adore the 51 supper club team. They make you feel like family and will go the extra mile to ensure your satisfaction. With that said, I had my wedding reception at this venue. The atmosphere alone had me sold. Once my now husband and I did our tasting and, we couldn't be more pleased with our decision. The steak was cooked just right, very moist and full of flavor. The salmon left me speechless and the side dishes were just as tasty. Needless to say my wedding guest were more than pleased and a few are interested in using the 51 Supper Club for their own events. I look forward to having many date nights there.
Posted by Liz on 05/14/2012
We decided to go here for mothers day brunch. For the price of 35 dollars we felt the food was not up to par , with all the hype about a " master chef " we never heard of . We know Norman van Aken and Daniel Boulud are master chefs . Service was sub standard and chaotic . Drinks were ok and hosts friendly. Less carbs next time please on buffet .