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About Jeffrey Adams on Fourth
From succulent steaks to hearty salads, Jeffrey Adams is your place for a quiet dinner for two to an evening event for a large party. Featuring a wood fired grill and craft cocktails, come see what all of Winston Salem is talking about!
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Jeffrey Adams on Fourth Ratings and Reviews
The steak (ribeye) was not good quality and was cooked incorrectly twice (first overcooked, then undercooked). No compensation was offered or provided.
A waitress who was not our server dropped two glasses of wine at our table of four and when we told her we didn't order wine, she stated that our server "wanted us to have them". When our server came around and we mentioned the wine he thanked us, picked up the wine and dropped at the table next to us. No fresh glasses, just off of one table to the next with no way of knowing if we'd drank any or not.
Will not return.
The food and service were well above average for casual dining. We were only in town for the evening. If we were local, this would be a regular haunt.
Be sure to try the cheesecake. It's made onsite and offerings vary. The night we dinned they featured banana pudding cheesecake - simply OUTSTANDING! Even my husband, who's not a big cheesecake fan, couldn't resist.
We went there for our first wedding anniversary and it was amazing! The food was to die for - we each ordered something different and shared because there were so many good choices. The seafood risotto was delicious and the beef tenderloin melted in your mouth. We are definitely going to be back.
Terrible service from Katarina, had trouble getting the order right (three meals were identical with a change of sides) and messed up the side on the fourth meal. The kitchen couldn't deliver the meals at the same time (there was only four of us).
Five people had to work on our final bill because we used gift cards. Then they couldn't credit the entire amount of the gift card for whatever reason.
Not that this restaurant will care but I have crossed them off my list and my wife works at Wake Forest and will not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
First, let me say in defense of the restaurant, we dined there on prom night/NC School of Arts graduation night, so the restaurant was jammed. One Open Table reviewer suggested getting a table upstairs, but to me, the upstairs area feels like a separate restaurant and I would avoid it. After a bit of jockeying, we were able to secure a booth on the first level. This was good, because we had a view outside through the windows as well as a nice view of the red brick interior walls and the changing art.
Once seated in the right area, we had great service and a good meal. The food was well prepared and plentiful and the wine list nicely priced with good selections.
Fun night on the town to have dinner and attend a local music concert with another couple. Everything was great, service, seating, etc. but the steaks that two of us ordering . The bacon-wrapped steak with shrimp was the special of the night. The four medium sized shrimp were OK but the steaks were cooked over medium as ordered with absolutely NO TASTE. I was disappointed since I recommend the restaurant to the other couple for their first time there.
We may go back but never a steak again.
From Greensboro and made the special trip on Easter for dinner with my partner. Food is always great there. Made a reservation, but none was needed as they were not busy. Sat upstairs as we asked to but they tried to seat us at a high top then a table without a view....There was no one up there so we could have had the pick of any table. So we asked again to sit at a window table which the manager/host agreed. The waitress was VERY snarky about the whole thing telling us why we couldn't sit at the table we wanted...blah blah blah... REALLY! There were only two other couples up there. Her service was not very personable and we were always waiting for either drinks orders or refills. Not sure of her name but she was middle-eastern and not nice.
Nice atmosphere, good service and good menu. Although, I was disappointed with the Surf and Turf dish. The lobster was just a few very small pieces. Don't expect a lobster tail or even half as much. I will say the steak was great and cooked as I ordered. All meals tasted really good. I would go back, even though I was disappointed with the lobster portion.
Really good experience. Had filet and salmon/crab with Brussels sprouts and mashed sweet potatoes. Couldn't have been better! Our waiter John was great. We had reservations (Sat. Nite) and were seated promptly. Would recommend Jeffrey Adams and if in Winston Salem again will certainly be repeat diners.
Over all 9.9 out of 10. Service was perfect. The food to die for. Portions were sizable. It's been quite a while since I've had such a near perfect dining experience. From the moment we walked in until we left, the evening was flawless.
The one negative note was that we place a to go order and it was less than fine. It was a wrap and we asked for no bacon, repeatedly. But it was full of bacon. Also got a side of fruit and a side of fries. Was charged for both but got neither.
So the dining experience is probably the best in Winston Salem, just don't order a to go meals.
Good food and service, mixed group of people from jeans and ball caps to jacket with tie. Good variety of wines, seemed to have range of cocktails but not tried. Reasonably quick, made waitress know we had something else and were limited in time so was able to get out on time.
We had made a reservation at 7:15 pm for our anniversary, and upon arriving only had a very short wait, maybe a minute. We were saying upstairs next to a window with a great view of the busy Friday night streets, perfect for people watching. We ordered drinks from the bar and an appetizer for starters. Our waiter was Sean, and he was fantastic. Always there when we needed something, but never hovering. For our main entrees I had the filet topped with lobster, and it was perfect. My wife enjoyed the beef and grits, and OMG the mushroom bacon gravy is heavenly. For dessert we shared a piece of house made cheesecake. Very tasty, but not quite the texture we're use to in a traditional cheesecake. More cake-like than creamy, but good nevertheless. Overall this was a wonderful dining experience, and we'll likely return on a future trip. Thanks Sean!
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