It's one of these instances where I praise the food and drinks, but really left displeased with the wait staff. The female bar tender was rude, judgemental and did her best to make sure that me (new to Locklear's) and my friend who was a long time patron never go again. If we do, we'll be sure to ask for another server.
i had heard a bit about this place from some of my coworkers. when i finally did stop in, i was disappointed. my wife being the crab leg enthusiast that she is ordered a pound. what they brought to the table was not a pound, looked scrawny, they were filthy and cold. i looked at the waitress in dismay. i couldn't believe that she could look at that and still deliver it to the table. we sent the crab legs back and ordered something else. my wife ordered the some shrimp and mussels pasta. it was also sub-par, as it was overpowered with cilantro (they claimed it was basil). neither her or i could stand the aftertaste of the pasta. we sent that back and asked for the check. they charged us for the pasta that she didn't eat. i dont particularly like to complain, but i must let others know to keep going. keep on traveling to any other restaurant. try Reds Ice House for good fresh crab legs.
If you want ambiance and good service, Locklear's is a must visit!
If you want good food made by people who know how to season what they are cooking, then you may want to go somewhere else.
I think they must have lost the box of salt the one time I visited.
Pasta and mushrooms cooked without a bit of salt/seasoning isn't very palatable.
I liked their menu and the dishes at my table looked really good upon presentation...but NOTHING was seasoned...nothing.
It's a good concept, but they were horrible on execution in the kitchen. With better cooks, Locklear's could be a good restaurant.
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