Majestic Restaurant

April 27, 2010 at 6:10 pm Leave a comment

The Majestic Restaurant is back in business with the same name, same decor, but different owners. Housed in the historic Fitzpatrick Saloon building, it still has that 1920’s look, complete with the original blue and white tile floors. A highlight is the jazz pianist who holds court in the front room, adding a bit of liveliness to an otherwise subdued setting.

The emphasis is still on steak, though chicken and fish dishes round out the menu. The food on a recent visit was good, though certainly not extraordinary or particularly creative. However, unlike most steak houses, a house salad, daily vegetable and choice of potato are included, making the meal more affordable than one might expect.

As an alternative, you might want to check out Happy Hour. Substantial bar food is featured for $5, including a 1/2 pound steak burger, sliders, and crab cakes. All would be good accompaniments to a $5 martini and some smooth jazz.

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