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About Steak Street
STEAK STREET'S concept comes to fruition in a diverse and exciting menu not often found in the Triad. As you review our menu selections, prevailing aromas commence to tantalize your senses with expectation, while our presentations will visually enthrall you. Come and enjoy all that STEAK STREET has to offer in a smoke-free dining experience. Bon Appetit!
STEAK STREET offers hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood, and daily chef-inspired specials. We have built a reputation for our award winning marinades and sauces. Guest's favorites include: Shrimp Gumbo, Grilled Voodoo Shrimp, marinated in citrus and Old Savannah spice,and our famous Bourbon Street Filet.
High Point, NC 27265
Steak, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, Low Country
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday- Friday: 3:00pm-10:00pm, Saturday-Sunday: 4:00pm-10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Garry Woodard plays live music every Friday & Saturday nights
We offer our guests a private parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
Steak Street Restaurant has the room that will fit your needs, from 15 to 85 people.
Our downstairs room, "The Jag," is perfect for for groups up to 32 people.
The upstairs will accommodate groups up to 85 people.
Customized limited menu, bar and wine selection are also available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Monthly Wine Dinners
Mother's Day Brunch
Father's Day Brunch
Steak Street Ratings and Reviews
Steak Street has a wonderful atmosphere and menu. My wife and I dined there last week due to the convenient location. That was our first time to dine there. It will not be our last. The location was convenient, the service was attentive but not smothering. The music was not BLARING so we had a pleasant conversation over a savory meal. Their menu had a good variety and that just makes me want to return and try many of their other dishes.
Thank you Steak Street for providing an oasis for us during such a hectic Christmas season. We will be returning soon.
Just moving to NC we just loved your place food great service perfect . This is our second time we enjoyed hearing Gary live music. We are coming there for New Years it is just a fun night for my husband and I to go not having friends here gives us a very relaxing night great music.
We had a great time. The service was excellent and so was the food. We did not want to be seated near children after 6pm for a sou me date. The live music was nice and he even walked around with the guitar. The drinks were tasty and a wide selection, with something for everyone.
Could have done without the live band music. Ironically, had the same problem the following night at another upscale restaurant in town; why can't they decide to be either a restaurant, or a nightclub/bar, and then pursue that fully?
The food was good, prices reasonable for the quality of food and the service, lots of parking, and we were attended to promptly and courteously.
We did not find the management very accommodating. We had a special meal coupon and wanted to upgrade from it and pay the difference, hence more money for the restaurant, and they stood firm on no substitutions. Even when the manager came to check on us we explained the coupon should be reworded if you cannot make any substitutions and we told her they don't seem to want to make the customer happy to which she said she did but still no substitutions and she made no effort to please us by giving us the glass of wine for free or a free dessert. We would not go back based on the manager. The food was fine but over-priced. The service was wonderful. Our waitress apologized numerous times for the manager's policy.
Steak Street Restaurant has an outstanding menu from the appetizers to the entrees and desserts. I have tried one of the chef specials each of the three times I have dined there. We live an hour away and enjoy the food, atmosphere, and especially the live music that is played on the weekend. I had cobra Friday evening. It was delicious, tender, and reasonably priced. The staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and eager to serve. This has become my favorite special dining restaurant in the triad. I plan to return in two weeks.
I had been wanting to try this restaurant for a couple years, so on Friday we did. We ordered the voodoo shrimp appetizer. They claimed the shrimp is from the outer banks, Wilmington to be exact. I beg to differ. This shrimp tasted like fried hot dogs. I should have know something "fishy" was going on when they brought out 2 skewers of 12 shrimp each for $12. Because we weren't found of the appetizer shrimp we decided to change our order from the shrimp and grits to the chicken and I ordered a bourbon glazed ribeye medium. The ribeye was tough I had to saw through it and the so called bourbon glaze left a lot to be desired. The chicken just tasted weird. I decided since it was my birthday we would cut our losses and go to our old stand bye. I asked for the bill and the manager Nick came out, did not introduce himself just wanted to know what was wrong with the food. After explaining he stood there like he didn't know what to do, it really looked like he was about to get in trouble he said he comped the appetizer and the shrimp and grits that we cancelled before it hit the table. Some people there seemed to really enjoy this place, I will never attempt to eat here again.
Can't say which was best - the food or the service. Steak cooked to perfection and mashed sweet potatoes good enough to be dessert. Christina did an outstanding job waiting the table- attentive and not disruptive, soft spoken and genuinely thoughtful. Great job and will go again.
Out with friends for dinner 3 of us ordered salmon it was grossly overcooked. The service was terrible and dealing with the Managers was even worse. When I read the reviews of this restaurant many are about poor service and management. I visit Steak Street about 5 times a year. It is unfortunate that they continue to stay in the same place in the area of service and management.
The food was very good, the service somewhat slow, yet it was a busy Friday evening and the wait staff has to climb two flights of steep stairs to serve the second floor. Overall, the food, ambience and waitress were really great. Having to climb the staircase, probably has a lot to do with the slower service.
My friends and I have always gone to Steak Street for general get together's. This experience was very different from the past. The quality of the food was not good. The food had little to no seasoning. The waitress only check on us once during the entire 1.5 hours that we sat there. The service was so different that what we had become accustom to that I finally asked if the please was under new manager. Probably not going to go back for awhile.
2nd dining occasion at State Street. We were seated in the enclosed patio area. The a/c and overhead fans caused it to be cold. Once management was told, the a/c was turned off and it became more comfortable. The food was delicious and had outstanding presentation. I plan to return again soon.
Our experience at Steak street was awful! We will never go back! They were understaffed for move-in weekend. Our meal took an hour to arrive at our table and the food was awful. My $30 steak was over cooked. The managers promises went undelivered and tired of an awful evening at Steak street we left after paying the bill - we should have fought over the managers promises to deduct the appetizer and the wine and my awful steak but we did not. Don't waste your time or money dining here there are far better options.
If it wasn't for my dinner companions, this experience would have been the single worst dining experience I have ever had at a restaurant for the following reasons:
1. We ordered 2 bottles of water (Aqua Panna). We had to pour our own water through-out dinner.
2. We ordered 2 bottles of wine ($66/bottle). No one tasted or poured the wine through-out dinner.
3. I ordered the Cowboy Ribeye ($48 - most expensive steak on the menu) medium rare. The steak came out well done. It took over 30 minutes, then the re-fire was delivered medium-well. But only after we asked 2 times.
4. Fortunately, my other two dinner companions ordered the filet mignon. I ended up eating them since the steak was once again unpalatable.
5. Despite not eating my Cowboy Ribeye, they offered to credit our $12 appetizer. When the bill came the charged me for the uneaten ribeye and gave only a $9.00 credit.
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