Locally owned McMahon's Prime Steakhouse provides an unrivaled dining experience. USDA prime aged beef headlines a menu that includes daily ... More
McMahon's Prime Steakhouse
Locally owned McMahon's Prime Steakhouse provides an unrivaled dining experience. USDA prime aged beef headlines a menu that includes daily preparations of the freshest fish available. The ambiance is understated elegance, showcasing original Western artwork from area artists. McMahon's proudly offers over 2,000 different wines, over 450 of which are half bottle selections, and boasts an inventory of 13,000 bottles. Enjoy entertainment in the Ivory Lounge seven nights a week. A selection of fine cigars is available for you to enjoy on the cigar friendly patio. Planning a party or business gathering? McMahon's has two private rooms fully equiped with audio/visual. **Complimentary Limousine Service Available. Let McMahon's Prime Steakhouse private limousine make your experience memorable. Distance restrictions apply. Please call 520-327-7463 to reserve. Seats up to 7 passengers - grautity suggested.
I loved it the crabcakes are the best the calamari was cooked perfectly if you want just a steak go to lil abners or pinnacle peak and get it this is fine dining not just a piece of steak the whole meal !!!!
I have to agree with the other reviewers - this restaurant is nice inside and the servers do a nice job. The wine list is wonderful but the food is forgetable.
I was there on business with a party of 8. They brought out an appetizer platter that had 4 shrimp on it and a bunch of calamari. Why not 8 shrimp since we had 8 people ?
I ordered my steak - a $ 45.00 Porterhouse - medium rare. It was about a 1/4 of the size of a Porterhouse we get here in Detroit at Mortins or the Capitol Grille and it was well done. I had to send it back. The next steak was rare and it was a bit larger as well, but still small by the standards I am used to.
This is supposed to be a Steak House - if you can't cook a steak in a steak house - you have some serious issues.
We had Thanksgiving dinner at this restaurant today. What a terrible disappointment. My first plate came with turkey that did not have a single whole piece of turkey on it--just shreds. The second plate had slices but was so dry that it could be flaked with the tip of a fork. The cranberries (1 teaspoon) were mostly raspberries. The potatoes were tasteless and the stuffing was just odd tasting. I'm used to quality food in the Midwest and this did not compare at all, I'd never return. We were not even offered coffee or tea with dessert.
I'm sorry folks but I'm going to have to agree with Elizabeth M. about the food anyway.
I moved to Tucson just two years ago and haven't found a great restaurant yet. I came in the other day with a business group of six people and was excited to try McMahons. I found the ambiance to be very swanky and our waiter was wonderful but the food was not good. It looked quite nice on the plate but nice ended there. I really don't want to sound mean but I think I could make a better meal than their chef did. The salmon was tough because it was cooked too long, the tasteless chicken sandwich was on too thick of bread to put your mouth around and the salads were a bunch of field greens. Come on can't you put a little iceberg lettuce in those salads and dress it up with some fun and exciting things and then top it with a great dressing? I'm sure you'd attract a lot more ladies going out for lunch. Women love great salads!! If they're happy, they'll bring their husbands and they'll order steaks. Everything on your menu should be fabulous.
Tucson needs a good restaurant and McMahons could be it but they're going to need to get a better chef or send this one back to school.
The friendliest service you'll ever get
considering the audience they normally serve.
Not a snooty bunch whatsoever !
The food was wonderful.
Quality was superb.
Definitely one of our new favorites !
As much as we tried and as much as we hoped, this upscale steakhouse lacked basic good food. From the stale bread to the wilted and brown wedge salad, which wasn't even shaped like a wedge and was soaked in a weak dressing with a small scattering of tomato pieces to the advertised smooth, whipped mashed potatoes with truly large lumps this experience should not be repeated. The one saving experience was the ribeye which was delivered as ordered with flavor and tenderness. But don't be fooled by the steaks and expect other entrees to be flavorful. The fish was lackluster, piled on a watery broth. It seemed overall that dining at McMahon's on a Sunday night is either a huge indication of this restaurant's glaring imperfections or the real chef took the night off after a busy weekend.
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