Located on the 32nd floor of the hotel tower, thirty-two serves the freshest seafood and USDA Prime Beef on the Coast. A stunning view from the highest building in Mississippi adds atmosphere to any dining experience. When serving such a varied menu, thirty-two realizes the importance of having an extensive collection of wines and strives to have something for every palate. In the center of thirty-two is a 6,800 bottle-capacity, temperature controlled wine cellar which is not only a beautiful way to store wine, but helps to ensure that all wines are served at optimal temperature.
Winner of: AAA Four Diamond Award 2008-2013, Wine Spectator Award of Excellence 2007-2010, Wine Spectator Best Of Award of Excellence 2011-2013, Sante' Award 2007, and Wine Enthusiast Award of Distinction 2007-2008.
Biloxi, MS 39530
Steakhouse, American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Closed Monday and Tusday
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(228) 436-3000 ext. 3232
entertainment Wednesday though Saturday - various solo acoustic and keyboard performer.
Hotel parking, valet and self parking available.
Chef - Stephen Morgan
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Indoor Smoking Area, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
thirty-two Ratings and Reviews
I have been to 32 dozens of times and have always had a top rating experience, until this previous weekend. Our server was not as attentive as we would have liked. We asked for certain bread that never came, and my friend's drink came out wrong twice. Those variables are not bad, those things happen and it's understandable. The bar tender was great. What really turned us off of the restaurant was, around 945ish a couple sat behind us with their 4/5 year old. The child was running up and down the room, playing and dancing. She then got on stage and played, danced, and sang. The performer for the night played childrens music in the entire bar. At this time, it was after 10pm. I love children and love to see people being kind, however, this behavior, in a fine dining bar and restaurant was completely inappropriate. We would have stayed longer but left because of this.
I have eaten at 32 several times over the years and have noticed the quality of steaks is consistently declining. About 40% of the time i have to send my filet back because it is either too thin (not center cut) although obviously they are still charging premium prices. This last time was disappointing because i wanted to try something different, the progressive sirloin experience which is listed as four flights of wagyu and kobe beef. It was terrible. The parts that weren't as tough as leather were laden with fat. The opposite of what it should have been. While my date's filet was good, the wine was good, and the service was good...the allure of the ambience (I love the view) is not going to be enough to bring me back this time.
We had a great dinner with great service. We requested a table by the window and enjoyed the sunset. Our party all ordered steaks and every steak was cooked exactly as requested. The wine was superb. Every new bottle that we ordered, our server gave us new wine glasses, which was much appreciated. I had told the server ahead of time that I was the driver for the evening and she never once forgot and hassled me on a drink order. It was quiet and truly worth it. We will definitely eat here again!
Great food. Freshly prepared. Fresh seafood. Best cheese grits on the Gulf Coast, hands down! Great scenic views of Back Bay. Service was prompt and attentive . Would recommend for night on the town, or special occasion. Can't go wrong, look forward to next visit.
32 is one of the most special and unique restaurants on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The ambiance is unsurpassed, the service is excellent, the food is divine and the sunset view is amazing. The servers are always very helpful, make great suggestions and accommodate special requests whenever possible. We always look forward to our next time there!
My husband and I went for dinner here "just because," but we normally come for special occasions. As usual, the atmosphere was fantastic. The service was good, but not the best I've had at Thirty two. I don't recall our waiter's name, but he didn't seem as enthusiastic or as knowledgeable of the menu as wait staff that we've had before. We started off with wine and mixed drinks. My husband said his dirty martini was excellent. I ordered a half bottle of wine and our waiter never let our glasses get half empty without refilling. Our bread basket was excellent . We ordered a lobster appetizer and there was barely two bites of lobster on it. Our BLT salads were lacking to say the least. We each had maybe two bites of bacon and it tasted more like bacon bits than anything. My husbands steak, the highlight of the meal, was superb. It cut like butter. My fish topped with crab meat was well cooked, but the shrimp still had veins in it. That may seem picky, but when I'm paying $200+ for dinner for two, I would expect better attention to detail. Overall, 3/5 stars and rather disappointed. I'm certainly willing to pay $200 for dinner, but the quality of the food and service were under par of what I've had in the past at Thirty two.
My only problem was my steak was too rare and had to send it back. We ordered coffee and it came out cold, the burner was turned off. I had to pay $35 for a piece of meat and couldn't eat it. I asked for medium well and it still had blood running. I loved the crap bisque was great. We only go there on special occasions because it is quite costly. Our bill was $143 and no adjustment was made the steak or coffee.
Our first time here... atmosphere is awesome. The crab cakes were delicious. We ordered the cowboy t-bone, even cooked at medium well, it was tough to cut, the flavors did not burst in your mouth; not too tasty. The lobster mac & cheese just wasn't to die for; kind of a bland taste. Also, the baked sweet potato wasn't a highlight. As far as cocktail, we selected the cucumber jalapeño margarita, it was pretty tasty.
I have been dining at 32 for many years and have never been disappointed...from the moment your greeted until you complete your meal you are spoiled by all the staff. We had our favorite Waiter Jarred for years until he left and now we are enjoying Kyle. If you want a really great meal and to be pampered this is the place to go. I feel special when we go there...and you will too!
We and another couple went to celebrate my wife's birthday, and the establishment held its own. Their cuisine varies from other coast venues, as food is apparently ordered through other avenues (they are casino-connected to the Imperial Place). Yet, they did have a local fish special that night that was fresh and prepared beautifully. The view of Biloxi (we faced south, toward the gulf) was nice, as it was a clear night. Great wine, and they had an exhaustive wine list. The only negative is that we were seated close to the kitchen (perhaps I should have asked for another table)-as the noise and chatter from the staff was audible at times.
It was phenomenal. Paula and Nic were the dynamic duo. Everything from Jessica the hostess, to dessert was just as we how'd it would be. We got the Tomahawk, rare...along with roasted beets and a baked potato. We finished off with a soufflé, which was incredible. Since we don't get out more than 2 times a year, this was N important evening I'm just sad that you didn't have the NXNW Cab that I wanted but the Chateu Smith was okay. Thank y'all, Jonathon was amazing too! We were very pleased!!
The place looks high end, the staff was very good and attentive. My total bill was over $200 if it had been $50, I would have rated the "value" as good but several things prompt my value rating of poor. First of all the steaks were decent...I would say average for a place like Longhorn or Outback, the ones I buy at Walmart and cook at home are better. Bread bowl was good, served with a whole head of baked garlic. Salad was good as was shrimp cocktail but priced well beyond value. Asparagus was cold. The plates with the steak included another of those heads of garlic on top of caramelized onion and some sort of twisted tomato peel...cute, but added nothing at all to the meal. It seemed they were trying so hard to "look" fancy the part that really matters (food) was neglected. After the somewhat disappointing meal I have to say that the dessert was wonderful....Banana's Foster prepared table side by Tom, it entertained and tasted very good.. The flaming presentation was spectacular, the best I have ever seen. We may be tempted to go back, but ONLY for the dessert.
4 of us traveled to Biloxi Saturday February 18th to celebrate a late Valentines. Based on reviews, we chose 32. We started with a cocktail at the bar, great scenery (probably the best view on the MS coast), great drinks, and great service.
We sat for dinner around 8. The server was under prepared on the dinner and drink menu, and stumbled making recommendations.
Wine: Asked for recs for Pinot Noir. The server basically read each selection from the menu. We chose our own.
Seafood tower - A+.
Braised Beef Cheeks - or 'cheek'. The portion was smaller than the size of half a credit card, just enough for a small taste for four. But it was cooked well, and tasty.
Delicious. BLT and salt roast baby beet salads.
45 day dry aged ribeye (medium rare)
Two bone in Filets (both medium rare)
Fish special selection.
The fish was extremely fishy, under-seasoned, and had a very bland sauce on top. It was not good. The bone-in filets were overcooked (around 145-155 degrees) and had little to no seasoning. I am unsure how they were cooked, but it was almost comparable to being cooked in an oven. There were no grill marks or crust of the outside. When brought to the server's attention, she told us to eat from the center of the filet, it will be med-rare there. Hahahaha. The texture was somewhat chewy, not consistent with expectations of a 'signature' steak. The dry-aged ribeye was similarly disappointing. Although it was cooked to a medium rare. No salt, no grill marks, no crust, and the same odd texture consistency.
We ordered two "family" size portions of Lobster mac/cheese & cream spinach. I am not lying, they came in 2oz ramekins. They were decent from the one bite.
The manager comped a bottle of wine and offered complimentary desserts. We respectfully declined.
I'm hopeful we hit a bad night. I don't see how all four entrees could disappoint, especially at a place of 32's caliber. It will be hard for us to visit 32 again for dinner.
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