About Fleming's Steakhouse - Charlotte
Fleming’s Steakhouse is the ultimate steakhouse destination for people seeking a stylish, lively and contemporary dining experience. Nationally renowned for our USDA Prime beef and steakhouse fare, Fleming's is equally celebrated for the ‘Fleming’s 100’, our award-winning wine list that features 100 wines by-the-glass, many available at $10 or less. While Prime beef reigns supreme, other flavorful dishes offered include chops, freshly grilled fish and poultry, generous salads and side orders. Whether you're enjoying a casual bite and glass of wine in our bar or an evening of indulgent dining, our goal at Fleming's is to provide an ongoing celebration of exceptional food and wine, to be enjoyed in the company of friends and family. We look forward to the pleasure of your company.
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is located 20 yards past the front entrance to Fleming's on College Street.
The Light-Rail stops at the "Epicentre", the stop is called: Arena & Transportation depot.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Fleming's Steakhouse - Charlotte Ratings and Reviews
The steak was great. Mac and cheese was ...
The steak was great. Mac and cheese was good too. The spinach salad was more of a mix of lettuce with mostly spinach, but the sea bass seemed more like cod, to the point where we actually ask the waiter if it was actually sea bass. Extra sauce seemed more like grease in risotto under sea bass.
We received the wrong bill at the end. It was a third of our bill, so I told the waiter and he got us the correct one. There was almost no one there - just 5 or 6 parties total.
Don't think we will go back, unless it is just for steak.
I love Flemings one of my favorite resta ...
I love Flemings one of my favorite restaurants. It was my best friends birthday and the staff was very nice our waiter was Thomas he was awesome and took very good care of us I recommend anybody asking for him when they go!!!!!! Plus the food was on point and good as always
It's just ok. Nothing special about the ...
It's just ok. Nothing special about the dry aged ribeye. Nothing special about the filet either. Sides were ok. Crab cake appetizer was better than average. Two drinks and dinner with no desert and the cost was a little over $200 with tip.
Nice atmosphere and our waiter was fine. There are just a lot of better local places to spend that kind of money.
My wife and I had a tenderloin and lobst ...
My wife and I had a tenderloin and lobster special which was outstanding. Service was equally good. This restaurant is like steakhouses of the past in that the ambiance is elegant, restrained, and comfortable. We would recommend it for special occasions.
This was our 2nd time to Fleming's. The ...
This was our 2nd time to Fleming's. The 1st visit was good, but this visit was not because of a few food and service issues. With reservation, we were immediately seated, which was nice. We were offered the Restaurant Week menu so ordered from that. While we waited, we had good bread and great butter. For appetizer, we both ordered the mushroom ravioli, which I saw was ordinarily $15. I was surprised, then, to see only 2 ravioli come out on each plate, around 3 inches diameter each. Had I been paying full price, I would have felt cheated. The true value was maybe $5-$7. Then came the entrees, which is where the service issue began. My date ordered a ribeye medium well, and I ordered filet medium rare. The two plates arrived, placed there by someone other than our server, and both items looked the same; both were (less expensive) filets. So we waited several minutes, looking for our server. When she finally came near, I waved her down and asked if my date had in fact received a ribeye. She confirmed, no, it was a filet, so she took it way. Meanwhile, my steak grew cold as we waited for the proper order to arrive. When we finally both had steaks, she asked us to cut into them, but the lighting was too dim really to tell if they were correct so we accepted. After a few bites, we both realized that the temperatures had been flipped; mine was actually medium well, no pink except very middle, while my date's was nearly bloody. I ate mine because I was hungry, there was no way to undo the cooking, and I didn't want it to go to waste. I did not love it because it seemed too dry, hence my request for medium rare. My date, on the other hand, only ate a few end bites and quit because it was too raw for her and was now too late to re-cook. She left hungry, though with leftovers. The desserts were fine, though did not make up for the disappointing steaks, the main reason we came there. At $100 for food alone (no drinks), I didn't feel it was a bargain.
The overall experience was outstanding. ...
The overall experience was outstanding. It has been sometime since I've had a great meal with fantastic service. The service was incomparable to most chain restaurants, which was a nice plus. The filet mignon was cooked to perfection and the mac and cheese was the best I've had.
Food and service were great but the wait ...
Food and service were great but the waitress would not give me credit for dine rewards. She said I need the card which I know is not true. I am supposed to be able to give my phone number like I did the very next day at Bonefish Grill without a problem.
We had not eaten at a Fleming's before a ...
We had not eaten at a Fleming's before and were quite familiar with the other restaurant's in the group and we like them all. So when our 47th wedding anniversary came up we were looking for someplace special to go and we decided to go here. It was an excellent choice. Food, service and atmosphere were great. We hope to come back in the future.
I went for restaurant week and the food ...
I went for restaurant week and the food and experience were terrible. My wife had the Chilean Sea Bass (for an added charge) and it was very overcooked. My steak was decent but our shared side of the potatoes were also very overdone. It looks like they favored quantity over quality for this event. It may make me think twice before dining there again.
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