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About Johnny's Italian Steakhouse - Olathe
Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse offers delicious steaks, classic Italian and spectacular seafood in a classic supper clubs atmosphere. We blend traditions of the past with the present by adding a touch of class and a lot of edge.
You will catch the supper club vibe the moment you hear the classic sounds of Sinatra, Dean and Sammy Davis, Jr. as well as contemporary crooners like Michael Bublé and Harry Connick Jr. while you relax and enjoy
A glowing neon Blue Bar™ beckons you in for cocktails at the bar or to relax on soft seating in the lounge. Our bartenders are well versed in their craft so ask for a classic martini, specialty cocktail and a selection from our extensive wine list. Join us for breakfast lunch and dinner in this beautiful hotel restaurant conbination.
Olathe, KS 66062
Steakhouse, Italian, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:00am - 10:00am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am, Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm.
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm.
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 2:00pm - 9:00pm.
S Hospitality Rd
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer private parking to accommodate your event and nearby hotels.
Private Party Facilities:
We have an onsite event coordinate to plan your perfect event. We offer customizeable chef prepared menus with event space to accommodate up to 250 guests with 2600 square feet of meeting space. We also offer an outdoor urban heated terrace for private events.
Private Party Contact:
Jose Salgado: (913) 815-2323
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Johnny's Italian Steakhouse - Olathe Ratings and Reviews
Would of given the food 4.5 stars, however my wife ordered pasta and it came with a lot of spinach and sun dried tomatoes. She doesn't like either and felt that the menu that was otherwise discriptive should of noted both the spinach and sun dried tomatoes as ingredients. She picked through her food. When I mentioned this to the server, he said agreed and would pass it on. I ordered a prime rib medium rare. I was brought medium. They were out. It was 7:00 on a Saturday. Still very good! A little too well done dor my personal preference.
We have really enjoyed Johnny's every time we've dined there. This time we spent some time at the bar while waiting for friends and discovered the beautiful bar area and a fun atmosphere. Joseph, the bartender, really engaged all the patrons and made it so much fun! When dining, we had wonderful service, the food was delicious and once again we had a great dining experience.
I would have had a better steak at the nearby Texas Roadhouse.
My expectations were high as Johnny's bills itself as a quality restaurant. But the disappointment began right after entering the front door.
I had reservations for 9. The restaurant was open until 10. Yet there was no one at the front desk to greet me and my party. I walked around, not seeing any staff, until I walked into the bar and mentioned I had reservations but there was no one to seat us. He looked around and, not finding whoever he was looking for, seated us and left to find our waitress.
Ok, no big deal, perhaps they were getting high in the back.
To accompany my meal I ordered a California Merlot and my wife had the only German white wine on the menu which was a Reisling from the Mosel region. My wine was served hot; hotter than room temperature as if the bottle was stored in the kitchen and much warmer than a red should be served. My wife's white wine was appropriately chilled and actually quite sweet as she likes and so I asked to see the bottle so I could remember the maker and vintage. I was unhappy to see the $8 small glass of wine she had came from a bottle that I knew sells for $7 retail ("Relax" brand)
I ordered a ribeye steak expecting to receive a nice thick, marbled steak. Instead the steak was about 3/4 inch thick and lean. It was accompanied by 2 cups of mashed potatoes (a ridiculous amount) and a plain Caesar salad with bottled dressing. My wife's filet was similarly thin and dry.
We skipped the dessert and left.
This restaurant was a true disappointment. It masquerades (and prices it's menu) as a quality restaurant when actually it is no better than Outback. The atmosphere and ambiance is nice but it doesn't make up for the poor quality.
We were excited to get Johnny's for restaurant week. The food and martinis were great. However, we had a 7:00 reservation and when we arrived at 6:55, we were told (rudely) it'd be a minimum of a 20 minute wait because "we just sat 15 tables!" I was surprised, because my understanding of a reservation is that it holds my spot... after our wait, we were seated at a high top table in the bar. Again, not what we were looking for. They had a great live musician that night, but it was SO loud that my husband and I basically screamed at each other the whole meal. This was definitely not the serene date night we were looking for. The food was good, but not good enough to return.
We visited Johnny's for the first time as part of KC's Restaurant Week and were impressed by the friendliness of the staff and the quality of the food. Our server, Willy, was attentive and helpful when he learned it was our first visit and helped us through the menu, making suggestions that proved to be good ones. We look forward to visiting again soon to try some of the other menu choices.
Not impressed and would not recommend to my friends. I want to give some allowances since it was restaurant week, but I only saw 2 large tables and about 3 other either 2 or 4 tops. Took along time to get our wine, in fact they were out of the bottle of wine we requested and instead of giving us another bottle of equal or better value for the same price, they gave us back to pick another so we just order a glass of wine. Took 45 min for appetizers and then 20 min later our meal which I felt was just okay food and not fantatic.
We went to Johnny's during Kansas City Restaurant week for the first time. We didn't realize it was part of the Hilton Garden Inn. The steak and pasta weren't bad. The stuffed mushrooms and crap coquettes, were less than expected. While we knew the lunch would be a fixed price of $15 each, we were very surprised when we go the bill to see the prosecco we ordered were $11 each.
The room was nicely arranged fro the office party we had. The convenient bar just outside the dining room was great as we all filtered in for the meal. Great bar host. Joe has the job down to an art. The food was wonderful, great selection and service, and all was clean and decorated tastefully. Some review may not have rated price friendly, but for the meals and service we got, I would say just about right in the ball park for a better place to eat.
We were celebrating our anniversary, and decided to stay close to home. Service was okay, however, i ordered filet medallions medium, and the other two steaks at our table were ordered medium rare, and theirs were done medum and mine was medium rare. I sent it back to have them correct, however when it came out the inside was still rare and the outside tasted like burnt meat. Extremely disappointing.
Food was good, wait staff were struggling and even with open table we had to wait at least 15 min at the bar. On the walk to the bar we passed at least 3 tables that we would have been happy to sit at. Bar service took 10 min. Or waiter was ok, food was pretty good but not a place to repeat, they need to work on their experience and timing.
My husband and I went for our anniversary dinner at 5:re were only 3 other tables and 1 couple at the bar. We were seated immediately by a nice hostess. Our waiter came over about 2 minutes later telling us he was training and bring us water. When he brought the water he suggested an appetizer and said he'd be back. He had yet to take our drink order or point out the drink menu. He was gone before we could say anything. When he returned he asked if he could get an appetizer put in. My husband responded that we'd like to order drinks. He said okay (no "Oh, I'm sorry about that.") The drinks from the bar were great.
The house salad states on the menu that it is served family style. When I inquired if we'd need to order the same salad dressing, they said yes. We also asked for no tomatoes if there were any. The trainee said no problem and the trainer said, "They're just grape tomatoes you can take off." Salads arrived separately plated, one with tomatoes and one without. the brought out mediocre bread. They tell you there is Parmesan cheese and olive oil for dipping but did not provide a plate in addition to each of our bread plates.
Our food was timed well following the salad anc bread. My ribeye and husband's prime rib were cooked to order and the garlic mashed potato side was good and a nice sized portion. They did comp a dessert for our anniversary. We choose a chocolate lava cake with cinnamon ice cream. Like our other food, it was good.
Service and details that warrant their price point: F
This isn't my first time at Johnny's, but it was a bit different. There were 3 people in my group and it was a business dinner. For some reason, it seemed as though we were being rushed out from the time we ordered the first appetizer. We ordered the Shrimp Brochetta which was very good. It just seemed that the salads were coming quickly after the appetizer followed immediately by the dinner and check. I wasn't feeling the love this time. I felt somehow the staff was trying to sabotage my business dinner. It wasn't really busy either. I ordered the crab stuffed snapper. They seem to use the Bumble Bee crabmeat in the can to make their stuffing. Didn't really taste like crab, but looked like it. Nothing to write home about.
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