Open Hours: 6:30a-8:30p M-W, 6:30a-11p Th-Sa, 6:30a-7p Su
Settled in the midst of downtown Phoenix, this restaurant offers a wide variety of tasty fare, from hearty breakfasts to fresh, broiled salmon or ahi ... More
Steve's Greenhouse Grill
Settled in the midst of downtown Phoenix, this restaurant offers a wide variety of tasty fare, from hearty breakfasts to fresh, broiled salmon or ahi tuna. For something different, try the Ostrich burger, low in fat and cholesterol, high in protein, with 50 percent less fat that chicken. Wash it down with some on tap beer from local breweries. Smoking is allowed on the patio only, but that is where musician Chris Basgall sets up each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night for a unique mix of contemporary/rock/jazz music.
simple yet distinguished menu...large portions...great atmosphere...great location...and most important...great food! manderin chicken salad...tuna melt...southwestern pasta is very good!!! cowboy burger...bucket o' ribs....its all very tasty!
Went here before the Eric Clapton concert and thought our server quit. I never got a refill on water and our order consisted of two salads which took more than 30 minutes to bring to our table. Once they arrived the chicken was VERY over done. I'd never go back nor would I recommend it to anyone.
I stopped by after work to see how their happy hour was.
I asked about a glass of wine, was that wine was not on the happy hour menu, but that house wine was $5. (This woman later told me she was the owner.) She listed the wines and I ordered a shiraz. Then I ordered one of the half-priced appetizers.
When I received the bill, the wine was listed at $6 a glass and I was charged full price for the appetizer. The owner explained that the shiraz was not a house wine (how would I know if it was one that she listed?) and that since I didn't specifically ask for the happy hour appetizer, she gave me the "large" appetizer.
I don't know what the magic word to get what I expected was, since I had specifically asked about happy hour. However, if the happy hour appetizers are smaller, that doesn't really make them half price, does it?
The food was okay, the wine was plunk, I'm sure the bottled beer was fine. But a dive and there are better places in the neighborhood, with a little integrity.
My wife ane I wanted to have something to eat within walking distance of Symphony Hall before a 7:30 curtain. I had a 6:00 reservaton at Steve's, arrived right on time, and were shown to a pleasant booth. At 6:03, very promptly, our drink order was taken. We then sat there drinking water until 6:17. Fifteen minutes of reading the menu seemed like an eternity. Then the drinks arrived. Then we ordered an the sampler plate as an appetizer, and main course. At 6:34 we finally got the appetizer. A good sized platter mostly full of greasy cool onion rings. Also three wings, a couple of pieces of unidentified seafood, some fried won ton skin with cheese, and two pieces if dry breaded chicken somethings. About ten minutes later we were getting worried about making curtain, but finally the food arrived. It was OK, certainly nothing to rave aabout. My cobb salad was uninspired, sort of dry chicken, but not bad. My wife's chicken sandwich was also OK, but the fries were cold (could the plate have been sitting for most of the 15 minutes?). We had wanted a pleasant dinner with good food, we got terrible service (not enough help) and uninspired food. My tap beer was very good.
This place has many different kind of food. The food taste wonderful and leave you wanting to come back for more. The Service is great but what is also great is the people there and how the do whatever they can to please the customer. The cost is well worth it and the waiters make you feel at home.
This is a great place to eat at and I recommend everyone to eat here it is well worth the time.
Food is tasty and they offer different selections from the 'normal' pre- and post-theatre fare. Reasonably priced for the downtown area. Easy walk to the surrounding theaters. Available seating - inside and out.
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