Best steak I've ever had....hands down. If you go, get the ribeye. The server was a true pro, with very helpful suggestions (like the ribeye). Sure it's a little expensive, but if you want a wonderful meal, it's worth every penny.
I went with 6 girlfriends for a birthday dinner and the restaurant itself is very modern and chic. The food on the other hand was horrible. I had lobster bisque and couldnt even eat it bc it was so horrible, as did my friend. The food just isnt appetizing.
My review is quite differen than CKERR. I had a wonderful experience. The food was delicious and cooked to perfection. Our server was attentive and responded to all my needy wife's needs. I love the warm ambience; makes this place a good choice for Valentine's Day. And their $20.09 3 course menu makes this place affordable. Their prices are also cheaper than Ruth's Chris!
We ate at the Bull Street Chop house last week while on vacation in Savannah. The Kobe Beef Carpaccio was so good as was the Spinach Salad. Drew our bartender was great as he was quite helpful with tips of the town and also menu selections. I had the 14 ounce filet which I would would say was good but not up there with Rith Chris or Mortons. Overall I would rate the Bull Street Chop House a B+ . Ambiance and layout were quite nice. Customer service was very good. Wine list was very good. This is a new place that we would go back to. I would like to see provide a better tasting steak. I travel all over the USA and I would have to say Del Friscos in NYC, Bobby Flays in Atlantic City, 677 Prime in Albany, Annie Paramount in D.C. all have great steaks. When you paying high end prices it is the steak that should bring you back. I like this place but room for improvement.
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