Enjoy the panoramic view of large oaks and a rolling stream from the many window-side tables, or the large, starlight deck. Or, savor the intimate ... More
Enjoy the panoramic view of large oaks and a rolling stream from the many window-side tables, or the large, starlight deck. Or, savor the intimate atmosphere from a comfortable sofa, and in the winter, the warmth of a crackling fireplace. Ryan's Chef creates a tantalizing selection of appetizers such as jumbo lump crabmeat, steamed mussels in garlic butter and white wine, and oysters Rockefeller. Entrees range from thick, juicy steaks and prime rib to the finest grilled fresh fish and live Maine lobster. Choose from the regular menu or from a superb selection of specials offered nightly. Add a cappuccino and a freshly made dessert to seal the dining experience. Whether you're starting the evening or topping it off, Ryan's offers just the right taste with just the right touch. The restaurant has been locally owned and under the same management since 1981. Ryan's has been awarded the Wine Spectator's "Award of Excellence" and is often featured in national publications.
If I could actually afford to eat there, I would tell you what it's like. We got a $25 gift card, and we still couldn't afford it. They have their prices listed on the outside of the building, so you don't even bother going in if you're poor.
This restaurant is probably one of the best I have ever been to. Its as close to a 5 star restaurant as your going to get in this area, and its not outrageously expensive. Now I said outrageously, it is pricey, but worth it. The food is terrific and the service outstanding. I have never had a dish there that wasn't exquisite. It is a perfect place to take a date. And if you really want to impress her, you can call ahead and when you make your reservation, you can go ahead and tell them what wine you want, and they will have it in the chiller at your table when you get there. Try the roasted rack of New Zealand Lamb, it is to die for. It practically melts in your mouth. The only bad thing about this restaurant in the location. It is near the coliseum in winston, but back off the road where u can't see it. It is hard to find, but in a secluded wooded area that really adds to the ambiance. A must if you want to impress your woman, and have a really damn good meal.
Just went there recently. Dry crusty bread started the meal. Greasy potatoes and greasy spinich were the sides to my undercooked rack of lamb. Very disappointed. Won't dine there ever again. W-S just doesn't have that many good resturants to choose from, so the folks there have very low expectations.
My 1st experience at Ryan's was in 1979 while on a date. After that I saved my $ to take my young son there (single mother) for a special occasion. My employer used Ryan's as 1 of a few restaurants in which to entertain important clients/guests. I have never received bad service nor bad food there. It is a special place.
Local favorite! This restaurant is great for a nice dinner out and usually not too crowded. They do take reservations if you think ahead to call. Just don't go at prom time or you will never get a seat! I'd recommend the house blue cheese dressing, and the perfect steaks and grilled fish!
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