Glendale >Damon's Steak House
best place, good steaks, great service, very good food, like atmosphere, nice size, bad meal
I've been going to this place since the 70's and hand's down it beats most steak house's in L.A. The atmosphere is always exciting with people in from everywhere. Drink's are fabulous. Steak's melt in your mouth, and their spin salad and twice baked potatoes with garlic toast, YUM!
This place is the mother of all themed
obese american family chains, but also so unapologetic that I have to refrain from commenting on it.
We were craving burgers but wanted somewhere we could sit down and have someone bring them to the table (5 Guys doesn't count). Chili's is my secret favorite, but I am always disgusted with myself afterwards.
Now I feel sick.
Great mai tais and amazing food!. Why go to Hawaii when you can get the Hawaiian feel without the trip? I came this week with one of my coworkers and the food was delish. We came after work on Monday and saw that they were running an all day long mai tai special and they were so tasty! We got a great filling meal and definitely plan on coming back another day!
Ran out of Crab legs @ 6:30. Been a customer since the days on Central. Went back on Saturday 3/26/11, been a couple of years. It's changing signature salad, someone mess w/the recipe(must be a beet shortage), but the big disappoint was who offers a Steak and crab legs special, on a Saturday night and runs out of crab @ 6:30. Come on Damon's get it together. If it was not for George and your cocktails you would not have a dinner crowd.
Damon's Steak House in Glendale. The food was horrible. The servers took forever to service us and the atmosphere was cheesy. I received a gift card for this place not only did they not accept the card but questioned whether we were going to stay. But husband insisted that we stay since it was our anniversary but I wish we had just walked out. WHAT A HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT.
This Polynesian steakhouse is one of the best places around. Damon's is one of the coolest places in town. It never disappoints. The food is good, the service is great and the atmosphere is just plain fun. You may have to wait a little while for a table but it's well worth it. There's a large bar/lounge area that offers a full selection of tropical drinks (Mai Tai and Chi Chi being the house specialties.) The steaks are good (not "prime" like Ruth's Chris, but good.) The prime rib is excellent. Most of the servers have been there forever and make you feel just like you're at home. The decor is eclectic - leaf-print carpeting, polynesian mural, aquariums, stuffed monkey's and a real canoe. Sure, it's tacky, but it's all part of the experience and I wouldn't change a thing about it.
I love this place!. I love this place. It is family run and when you walk in the door you are treated like family. The employees have been there for a very long time and are very kind. My finacee go there about once a week and we just love it. It is also good to meet a friend for a drink after work. As far as the food goes, it is amazing. Their house salad is a must! The steaks are always cooked to perfection. I have yet to have a bad meal there. If you are a local I recommend that you go. Fun atmosphere as well.
VERY GOOD STEAKS,VERY CROWED SATURDAY NIGHTS GREAT SERVICE. GREAT VALUE FOR THE MONEY,HAD RESERVATIONS FOR FIVE, WERE SEATED WITHIN TEN MINUTES OF ARRIVING, THE PLACE WAS PACKED. THE WAITRESS WAS FANTASTIC, WENT OUT OF HER WAY TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING WAS FINE, THE FOOD WAS VERY GOOD, HAD THE NY STEAK, NICE SIZE AND ORDERED THE WAY I LIKED IT. THE SAlAD WAS PLENTIFUL AND WALKED AWAY NOT BEING HUNGRY, THE HAWAIIAN DECOR SO-SO, BUT THE FOOD AND SERVICE OUTWAYED THE DECOR. WE WERE NOT RUSHED IN ANY WAY, IT SEEMED THAT THERE WERE JUST THE SAME AMOUNT OF PEOPLE WAITING TO BE SEATED AS WE ENTERED THIS PLACE.
Glendale's famed spot for Polynesian decor and drinks. And steak, too..
Okay, so technically it's a steakhouse, but the kitschy decor and island theme is what makes it a true blue tiki haunt. An old-time landmark left over from the heyday of Polynesian-themed bars and restaurants back in the late 1950s, the restaurant moved to Brand Boulevard in 1980, and that's when the tiki sparks really started to fly. Take a look at the hostess table, where you'll see an original velvet painting by Tahitian artist Edgar Leeteg. You can't miss the outrigger hanging above the main dining room, the tropical murals on the walls, and the large salt-water aquarium and duo of fresh water aquariums at the bar. As for the menu (serving brunch, lunch and dinner), expect a feast from land, sea and air--and exotic cocktails with price tags that thankfully harken to an earlier time. They just don't make 'em like this anymore.
Bad Service- listen to the reviews.... The service was horrible. Our server ignored us for 30 minutes before handing us menus and she approached us because we complained. Our drinks were never brought to us altough we were charged for them. There are plenty of places that serve a mediocre steak so why bother with horrible service. Listen to the reviews and skip Damons!
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