Monty's is a classic American Steak house serves the finest Prime beef available with more choices than you can imagine. Whether you're in the mood ... More
Monty's is a classic American Steak house serves the finest Prime beef available with more choices than you can imagine. Whether you're in the mood for a 24 oz Porterhouse or an 8oz Filet Mignon. Whether it's a 12 oz Lobster tail or a 28 oz Lobster Tail, whether it's a romantic dinner for two in one of our quiet booths with a chateaubriand for two served tableside. It might be a big steak in the bar to watch the big game, with 7 plasma TVs. Whether it's a family birthday dinner with our comlimentry dessert on the big day, or a business dinner with the Tower of Shellfish to close the big deal. Whatever your needs are we are here for you. Monty's serving you for three generations and over 65 years.
This used to be our favorite restaurant, but no more. For years we have celebrated birthdays and anniversaries at Monty's, over Ruth's Chris, over Flemings, and sometimes over Roy's Hawaiian Fusion. Monty's was comfortable without being stuffy. Booths are wonderful for couples to cozy up in and have private conversations.
We decided to bring family to Monty's on Thanksgiving to celebrate in style. We were very disappointed. Our family of five was crammed into a booth that might seat four comfortably but certainly not five. The maitre d was very rude and disinterested in greeting guests. When we asked to be reseated, he said it would take several minutes but that he didn't know where we could be seated. We had reservations! To keep the mood light, we settled for the table we were at and he offered three pieces of pumpkin pie to our table to make the small table more appealing. This in itself was offensive but we didn't want to complain. Not while dining with family. We will be doing so by email today.
Our entrees were about as ordinary as Coco's Bakery. Food was served lukewarm at best. I have to admit, the cut of prime rib I had was nice. Would have been great if it was served hot or at least twice as warm as it was. One family member had a lot of gristle in her cut. She didn't complain though. It was better than the retirement home's food!
We are not the type to complain. But this was such a great restaurant and I always looked forward to dates with my husband here.
Also, please note that this restaurant has quickly turned into an expensive sports bar and grill. With the increased number in TVs, there is no escaping it... obliterating any romantic vibe in the restaurant's atmosphere. Maybe that's what the older crowd wants. I certainly don't. We'll be searching for a new special place.
The food here is really boring, great waiters, poorly lit rooms, and overpriced. Save your money -- go to another restaurant. Overall price after tip and tax--$80 for 2 people.
This place should not be rated as high as it is -- The pricing is a joke -- For how boring and plain the food is, the menu is way over priced. My wife and I went for dinner. I ordered the Filet Mignon sandwich(which comes with no bread). Not sure how they call it a sandwich. Huge slice of tomato I never ate. I've had better fries from In N Out. Steak was decent(I asked for well done, it came medium), but for $29, you can get the same at a chain restaurant. My wife ordered the Shrimp Scampi, $17 for 5 jumbo shrimp. Too much shrimp, they are massive and overly buttered--it gave her the shits. The best was the Chicken Noodle soup. Costs $6 for 1 cup. Apparently, you can order Pasta anyway you like, but you have to ask -- the menu only lists 1 or 2 pasta choices.
Was seriously disappointed a few weeks ago by what was promoted as a bone-in rib eye special that was tasteless,tough,and had a rather chalky texture, which altogether are the sure signs of a DEFROSTED piece of meat. Yuck! Prices are the same. Times are tough. Why does the meat have to be?
Pricey (but worth it) and huge Long Island's that'll certainly get your evening started right. The five white alcohols served in a pint glass with just a splash of coke and sweet & sour epitomizes the classic drink. Oh, yeah, they have food too. Never eaten there though.
Pros: Long Islands
Cons: elevator ride down after too many Long Islands
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