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About Grille 54 - Citrus Park
You’ll be amazed when you try one of our entrees from the kitchen. It is an experience that is sure to please. Our Executive Chef Robert Scaffedi has over 10 years in the restaurant industry, including four years here at Grille 54. Many of our recipes come from his Grandmother, Maria, back in Italy. Allow him to prepare you one of his Italian Specialties, such as the Chicken Cordon Bleu, his twist on the Baked Penne, or his signature dish, the Vitello Scaffedi. Not in the mood for Italian? Try our Chilean Seabass, hand-cut in house, or maybe one of our U.S.D.A. Prime Steak selections. We cook everything with oak in our wood-burning grill.
Tampa, FL 33626
Contemporary American, Italian, Sushi
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - Midnight,
Friday - Sunday, 4:00pm-1:00am; Sunday Brunch: 10:30am - 2:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer FREE Valet & Self Park is available as well.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate outing, Grille 54 - Citrus Park can accommodate all your special event needs.
Grille 54 - Citrus Park Ratings and Reviews
We went for Valentine’s Day. Reservation for 8:45. Seated at 9:15. Ordered two appetizers. The spinach lobster dip and a Mexican roll. The dip was very good; however I cannot comment on the mexican roll because they never brought it. The waitress recommended the mixed grill special which was a ribeye, scallop/shrimp skewer, broccoli, and lobster Mac and cheese. They forgot the mac and cheese but they did offer to put it in a box for me. We were afraid to order dessert at that point. We were afraid it wouldn’t show up!
We had a family Valentines Day dinner. We had a 7:30pm reservation and had to wait about an hour to be seated. It’s understandable considering Valentine’s Day is a busy day for a restaurant then add in all the walk-ins as well. Overall the food was good and our server was great. Nice vibe. I would definitely go back!
Nice ambiance,food especially sushi are GREAT,drinks excellence,but the service NOT,that kind of restaurants need more knowledge people working and more experience,and I been there few time ,but I prefer the bar, cause waitress at the table ,not too good , I am a business person ,always eating out and I was a server quit a few years ,while I was in college and after, but I cant ,complain I took my girlfriend my son and his girlfriend ,and we had it good time,,,,thanks and GODBLESSYOU.....
We went for a family Valentine's day dinner and it was a great experience. My daughter and myself each received a rose when we walked in which made us each feel very special. Our server was extremely busy but was very attentive and never made us feel forgotten. The food was excellent as well. Highly recommended the chicken parm or chicken piccata. Children's menu is also perfect for all ages... good choices and fruit available instead of fries if desired, which as a mom I appreciate the healthy option.
Food was great! Brunch had Bottomless Mimosas, Margs, Sangria, and Bloody's. Carving station and great seafood all paired with great desert and breakfast food. Only reason I said the noise was loud was because they had live music. But the music was great too.
We visited Grill 54 Saturday night before heading to listen to the Black Honkeys play in Carrollwood. We chose this restaurant due to it's close location to the venue where the band was playing, and because my girlfriend had great food there previously. Unfortunately, our experience was not great. We decided to go the small plates route, and ordered oysters, green mussels, spicy fire roasted shrimp, Maine lobster rolls, and the Incredible Hulk sushi roll. The service wasn't bad, although our server kept forgetting things. Supposedly they suffered from a huge table throwing them off. We started with a mojito and dirty martini. My girlfriend had the martini and it was mostly olive juice. She drank a few sips and ordered a beer. The half dozen oysters were OK, but overpriced at $18 for 6 very small oysters. The shrimp ($11) consisted of maybe four or five shrimp in a tomato sauce with grilled bread slices. It wasn't very spicy but had the most flavor of anything we had that night. The mussels ($16) were tiny and very dry, and completely flavorless. There was a small amount of sauce in the bottom of the bowl, but this too was bland. The Maine lobster rolls ($12) consisted of two rolls stuffed with chopped bits of lobster meat, celery, and mayo. For $12 I wasn't expecting much, and I was right. They were average at best. My girlfriend scooped out one forkful, made a face, and said "you can have the rest." Worst of the bunch was the Incredible Hulk roll ($16). My girlfriend raved about Grill 54's sushi from previous visits, and if it was once amazing, it's now very subpar. This roll featured lobster meat, tempura shrimp, asparagus, and comes topped with avocado, jalapeno, and smelt roe. It also comes with cream cheese, which I don't like in sushi so we asked for it without. If this roll had any lobster meat at all I couldn't tell. Neither could I tell if there was any jalapeno. One of the worst rolls I've had in recent memory. Never again.
Brought my daughter's here for the first time for their brunch. Was disappointed in the food options especially for the cost! Online description says "carving station"... to me, this means prime rib, roast beef or even ham. They only had one option and it was blackened pork loin, but exactly high class or expense. Also, I've never had COLD crab legs. Not that they were warm and then cooled off, but they were literally served ice cold on the raw bar. Very odd (at least to me)! Some items were also not labeled at all or were not labeled correctly, such as the sushi, out was not in the order listed on the sign in front of it causing me to get something Spicy that I wouldn't get. Overall, wouldn't go back at that price. Way too expensive for what they offered.
My family and I made a reservation this past Christmas and had a horrifically mortifying experience. To make a long story short, our waitress wanted nothing to do with us. We waited 2 FULL hours for our food with barely any attention from our server to refill our drinks or apologize. We asked for the manager just to inquire about how much longer it would be and his response was “I’ll take care it. How about I cancel the order?” Outraged we asked “are you serious? We’re hungry we are just wondering how much longer since it’s already been 2 hours.” He then said “Get out.” Outraged at the unprofessionaliam and just plain indencency, my family had no choice but to get angry and cause a scene in the middle of the restaurant. This restaurant should not have been open on Christmas Day, and by the way we were treated by the claimed OWNER, Dallas, I don’t think this restaurant should be open ANY day. No food is worth the way he treated us. I will never go back and if I ever see Dallas again, I most certainly will not apologize for yelling in his face on Christmas Day. The end.
This was our first visit, and on a holiday, so I don't want to judge this restaurant entirely on this one experience. But they NEVER should have opened on a holiday if they can't handle it. Our reservation was at 5, and our dinner didn't arrive until 7. We had a table of 10, but it was a limited menu and there were no substitutions allowed. Some orders arrived wrong. One ordered scallops and it took them 2-hours to realize that had none and notify the table. But there was no reason for it to take so long except that they were woefully unprepared. We were never visited by a manager, and nothing was comped. It'll be a long time before I consider visiting again.
Great brunch! They pretty much have everything you could ask for - raw bar (crab legs, oysters, sushi), omelet & meat carving station, hot brunch foods, and deserts. Oh, and there's unlimited drinks too! (mimosas, samosas, bloody marys, margaritas). Definitely a great deal for $35!
Our server, Steven was awesome, however, the prime rib was not worth $35. I could barely cut through it, it did not have good flavor, and the Brussel sprouts were hard. I spent $125 when I could have gone to a good steakhouse and had an amazing steak dinner. I will not come back.
We went out for a last minute girls get together. The combo of food (sushi as well as steak and pasta) really hooked us because it appealed to all of us, even the picky eaters. The drinks were numerous and good. The wait staff was very great too. Even for a Saturday night it wasn't too busy which was great for a nice quiet get-together.
From the friendly welcome from the hostess to the farewell as we were leaving, the entire evening was a wonderful experience! The service was great, the food was delicious, and was served promptly, and hot! Our server, Amanda could not have done more to make our dining experience any better than it was! Her descriptions of the evening specials were precise, made them all sound so delicious, that it was hard to decide which one to choose! My wife and I really enjoyed our selection, and are looking forward to our next visit!
The food was excellent with a great selection. For a Buffet the quality was top notch. Sushi was ok but edible. Service was excellent even though they were packed. We were not rushed out so it was really nice to spend a long time talking with friends and family.
Our friend was moving back to Atlanta and this was our last day to hang out... since I'm new to the area but an expert at brunch I found this spot from a list of places with bottomless mimosas... the bonus was the food was amazing and Crystal our server was amazing!!! There was a great selection and everything was delicious
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