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Chef Chris Paul's 51 Supper Club & Lounge
Posted by Elizabeth on 09/13/2011
A menu worthy of the great cities in the US and Europe. Have to keep coming back because it is so difficult to choose. The ambience is sophisticatedly romantic. Truly a "must dine there" place.
Posted by james on 08/19/2011
Atmosphere was excellent. Had dinner in dining room as I can see eating in bar area could be a bit loud with the live music. Server was prompt and very helpful. Had the mussell pot as appetizer which was excellent and the Rack of lamb, 4 nice chops also excellent. ordered a side of mashed potatoes which was over priced for amount they give but very good. Wine list was a little skimpy but some nice choices for under $30. NY cheesecake for dessert which is the best I have found in South Florida. Overall great experience at a very reasonable price and will definitely be back. (hopefully before season starts and I can't get a table!)
Posted by Linda on 08/05/2011
Had the scallops..delicious. Have been several times for cocktails but for the most part the music was too loud and a little boring. The night the girl and the guy were there was good...a good variety of music, great voice. Haven't seen them since. Bring them back! An hour of the Rat Pack is enough...move on!
Posted by Robert Weiss on 08/05/2011
Finally got a chance to check out the buzz on this place. Good to see someone having the hutspa to offer something diffrent from the tired florida menus offering the same grilled fish and steaks. Great wienerschnitzels here..even sauerbraten paired with lighter fare such as grilled lambchops w/ pistachio mint pesto. had some tasty potato latkes w/ smoked salmon and some classic steak frites. My wife had steamed belgium mussels in a pot which i have not seen anywhere in florida except new york. speaking of ny..the best ny cheesecake you will ever try. Ambience is beautiful...not crazy about the endless Sinatra adoration in music and prints of walls. Service is good and courteous, yet takes a little long to get a drink. If you like classic european cuisine done right...this is your place. Ps: great breadbasket.
Posted by Lee on 07/13/2011
51 supper club- Food is decent but the music is way too loud in the lounge. Service is poor and it takes forever to get a martini. They have a piano but no one ever plays it. They always either have a Dj or the same singer sining the same songs night after night. I'm extremely disappointed as it has so much potential. Music should never be so loud during dinner, we could not enjoy anything. If you like going out to dinner but hate talking and like long waits this is the place to be.