The view from 31st floor is amazing
Conswala went out of her way to provide a special anniversary dinner for us. Food was almost as good as the serice
As part of restaurant week, my fiancé and I wanted to try Level 31. I knew that our overall experience would be wonderful at such a place. It was the complete opposite. I felt that we received the "discounted, restaurant week, you're not important" service.
Our waitresses were nice but not professional, and I was thirsty toward the end of my meal because we didn't get refills on our water. The steak was not hot, so dry, so bland, and not the least bit tender. The sugar snap peas were stringy and I suspected they were undercooked. The waitresses even forgot to give us our desserts; we were waiting for 30 minutes! Meanwhile they were giving wonderful, attentive service to the two tables behind us. I finally asked about our dessert. Forgetting we were doing the restaurant week special, they asked, "Wait, you guys ordered dessert?!" I was extremely disappointed. Even MORE so when I saw the $12 service charge on our ticket that wasn't deserved, but we had to pay it.
We also went to the Highlands as part of restaurant week, where we received EXCEPTIONAL service and had an amazing experience. I will never be returning to Level 31, nor will I be recommending it to others. We wasted $80, and I'm kicking myself for it.
Super slow service. Appetizer came after the entree was already out. Spent $200 fort wife and I. Totally regret it.
Very good food and excellent service. Food was not quiet on the level of other top-tier restaurants but still very good.
Food was not good. Returned twice. Service was great. Great atmosphere!! Too bad.
I went for the view and the points. I ended up loving the chef's, bartender's, and server's abilities.
I ordered a tequila sunrise with El Jimador tequila (hard to find in Birmingham). It was perfect and delicious.
At first I was seated in the main dining room. Gorgeous view & nice table. Music was kind of Muzac/elevator sound. Then a family with 4 young children was seated next to me. I explored seating possibly in the bar room.
I was pleasantly surprised and seated ib the bar. A wonderful jazz duo played wonderfully. There were delicious complimentary hors doeuvres ( veggie spring rolls, fried mushrooms, melon, crackers and cheese). Wonderful with my sunrise.
I ordered the salmon and a side of spinach. Yummy and reasonably priced and perfectly prepared. Consuelo, my server, was a delight and competent.
I will be back. I hear they are about to remodel the restaurant. Try it.
Consuela was fantastic As our server. She has a great personality and knows her product well. The view is spectacular and it was quiet and peaceful.
This was my 2nd time at Level 31 (Summit Club) and each time has been excellent.
Worth a trip. It is really the Summit "Club", although they do not pressure you to become a member. The wine list is good and they have creative cocktail offerings. The food selection was limited to a single dish; beef, pork, chicken and lamb. But our selection of the bone-in pork chop was excellent. Scrimpy appetizer portions the only critique. Didn't try desert, but they had appealing options. Great view of the city from the 31st floor of the Regions Bank building. Give it a try!
Level 31 is small and intimate. We were seated by the window with an incredible view of B'ham at night. The sauted chicken over mashed root vegetables was delicious. Our evening ended with fried peach pie! Perfect evening.
Visited with my finance as a last minute impulsive reservation. We arrived 15 minutes early, and we're gracefully accommodated with an already prepared table - with a name tag - nice touch! Initial service was fast and courteous, but the level or service declined somewhat during the evening - it appeared they were a bit understaffed, so it was understandable. However, the food wasoutstanding, along with the great view made for a very pleasant dinner in a must see location.
We had a group of 8. The view was spectacular. The waitress ( Captain) Conswela, Was the best.....she chose perfect wines, and made great suggestions. The crab soup was not available, so the chef sent out complimentary oyster stew. The oysters were so awesome that we asked if the chef could make an order of fried oysters......not only were they the best oysters we ever had.....we asked the chef to make more...and he did. The Chef came out and introduced himself to not only our group, but the other tables as well.....the dining experience was awesome...the food all the way through the peach pie, key lime pie and coconut crème Brule were the best......Would recommend to everyone.
The scenery was to die for everything was so neat and the waiter was extremely nice I enjoyed every minute of it the only thing that I hated was that they didn't have cash to give me my change so the waiter was left with a 50.00 tip but overall I enjoyed it
We really enjoyed our evening. Server was excellent, kept us updated on our order.