Fleming's

★★★★☆
  • 1201 Lake Woodlands Drivesuite 305

    The Woodlands, TX 77380

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  • 281-362-0103

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When I go out to eat, I expect to pay a lot for my meal. I also expect to get a lot of food for that money. I'm a bit of a foodie and only want the best. Well, this place did deliver a great meal that I really enjoyed, only the portion was so small that I left feeling hungry still. The price wasn't worth the meal. However, the ambiance is very nice.

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★★★★★

When I go out to eat, I expect to pay a lot for my meal. I also expect to get a lot of food for that money. I'm a bit of a foodie and only want the best. Well, this place did deliver a great meal that I really enjoyed, only the portion was so small that I left feeling hungry still. The price wasn't worth the meal. However, the ambiance is very nice.

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We went to Flemings at the Domain on Saturday evening June 18, 2011. The atmosphere was nice. The waitress was attentive. The manager was nowhere to be seen. I ordered the special of the night, two 4 oz fillet mignon and a lobster. The fillet mignon was very tasty and very enjoyable. The lobster was a disgrace. It was covered with mayonnaise, barely edible. The three asparagus was tougher than rubber. I was expecting the manager to come over to ask how everything was, but after spending more than $352 for the dinner for the 6 of us, the manager never came. My conclusion? It's not worth it.

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★☆☆☆☆

We went to Flemings at the Domain on Saturday evening June 18, 2011. The atmosphere was nice. The waitress was attentive. The manager was nowhere to be seen. I ordered the special of the night, two 4 oz fillet mignon and a lobster. The fillet mignon was very tasty and very enjoyable. The lobster was a disgrace. It was covered with mayonnaise, barely edible. The three asparagus was tougher than rubber. I was expecting the manager to come over to ask how everything was, but after spending more than $352 for the dinner for the 6 of us, the manager never came. My conclusion? It's not worth it.

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Who doesn?t love a good steak (I mean other than vegetarians) and an extensive collection of truly delicious wine?! There are few fine dining restaurants that have a menu both sophisticated and simple enough to appeal to most any palette. Fleming?s is that restaurant. Located at Newport Fashion Island, it is a lovely restaurant that offers both bone-in filets (a scrumptious and marbled filet that makes your mouth sink in and smile) and a wine list that will make your Sommelier alter-ego swirl and sip with glee. Yes, glee.

There are a few menu must-haves: Bone-in filet, Fleming?s potatoes - for those ?not counting calories? days, baked potato (no, really, it?s AMAZING), wedge salad, calamari (trick is to order it EXTRA crispy), BBQ glazed salmon, cr?me br?l?e, and the bread. Yes, the bread. Unfortunately, here is where I inform you I only drink red wine (sorry Chardonnay lovers). The selection of wine I have had the pleasure of indulging in while there: Belle Glos Pinot Noir, Justin Isosceles, Duckhorn Merlot, and Pride Cabernet. With over a hundred wines by the glass, Fleming?s offers a unique dining experience that gives you a reason to go out and an opportunity to enjoy a dinner worth your time (and money).

For more, visit: atasteofdawn on the web...
Written by Dawn Garcia

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★★★★☆

Who doesn?t love a good steak (I mean other than vegetarians) and an extensive collection of truly delicious wine?! There are few fine dining restaurants that have a menu both sophisticated and simple enough to appeal to most any palette. Fleming?s is that restaurant. Located at Newport Fashion Island, it is a lovely restaurant that offers both bone-in filets (a scrumptious and marbled filet that makes your mouth sink in and smile) and a wine list that will make your Sommelier alter-ego swirl and sip with glee. Yes, glee.

There are a few menu must-haves: Bone-in filet, Fleming?s potatoes - for those ?not counting calories? days, baked potato (no, really, it?s AMAZING), wedge salad, calamari (trick is to order it EXTRA crispy), BBQ glazed salmon, cr?me br?l?e, and the bread. Yes, the bread. Unfortunately, here is where I inform you I only drink red wine (sorry Chardonnay lovers). The selection of wine I have had the pleasure of indulging in while there: Belle Glos Pinot Noir, Justin Isosceles, Duckhorn Merlot, and Pride Cabernet. With over a hundred wines by the glass, Fleming?s offers a unique dining experience that gives you a reason to go out and an opportunity to enjoy a dinner worth your time (and money).

For more, visit: atasteofdawn on the web...
Written by Dawn Garcia

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I Love this place the service has always been perfect and the food Amazing. By far one of the best steak houses in AZ. (we always go to scottsdale or the one closer in Phx) The side dishes are by themselves could be a meal. (you have to order them septate but it is beyond worth it. Mash potatos /yummy). Every time we have been here its been an outstanding experience. I took my bf here to see if he approved of the steak very picky with sort of thing and he loved it.

Now this is our annversery place.. they always make you feel extra spcial if you come in for an event.( The little gift of truffles tehy give iyou is amazeing) This year when we went for out anniversary i order something i didnt care for (im beyond very picky) it was my fault for bad choosing the kitchen did ever thing i asked. but the waiter took it back and got me something i wanted and then the manger took it off the check for us.. which he didnt have to do at all ! they servers and everybody working here are very nice to be around.

the atmosphere is beautiful romantic and laid back. It is more of a classy place so you dress nice. i like getting dressed up though.

As some other reviews have stated it is expensive but you get what you pay for. everythings cooked right. the flavor is the best. portions are good sizes.you get aged steak.. and for a once or twice a year this place is perfect to make you taste buds sizzle.

out of all the restaurants we have been in AZ this in the only one one of use havent had complantes for :)

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★★★★★

I Love this place the service has always been perfect and the food Amazing. By far one of the best steak houses in AZ. (we always go to scottsdale or the one closer in Phx) The side dishes are by themselves could be a meal. (you have to order them septate but it is beyond worth it. Mash potatos /yummy). Every time we have been here its been an outstanding experience. I took my bf here to see if he approved of the steak very picky with sort of thing and he loved it.

Now this is our annversery place.. they always make you feel extra spcial if you come in for an event.( The little gift of truffles tehy give iyou is amazeing) This year when we went for out anniversary i order something i didnt care for (im beyond very picky) it was my fault for bad choosing the kitchen did ever thing i asked. but the waiter took it back and got me something i wanted and then the manger took it off the check for us.. which he didnt have to do at all ! they servers and everybody working here are very nice to be around.

the atmosphere is beautiful romantic and laid back. It is more of a classy place so you dress nice. i like getting dressed up though.

As some other reviews have stated it is expensive but you get what you pay for. everythings cooked right. the flavor is the best. portions are good sizes.you get aged steak.. and for a once or twice a year this place is perfect to make you taste buds sizzle.

out of all the restaurants we have been in AZ this in the only one one of use havent had complantes for :)

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Great steak, but not the place for a romantic evening
by THEIslandGirl, Washington DC (3 reviews)
November 06, 2010
Just got back from an evening at Fleming's where we celebrated my birthday. We knew it was pricey, but as this was a special occasion and we are wine lovers, we thought we would give it a try.
Wonderful staff at Fleming's......hostesses were very friendly,....everyone we encountered was there to please the customer. Food was amazing with the exception of one dish...we pretty much loved everything from the appetizers to the dessert. I asked for a rare steak and unlike some places that feel they need to question your judgment on whether or not you really *understand* WHAT a rare steak is, Fleming's figures you get it and serve you what you ask for....seriously, my steak was showed to the flame! :) It was fork tender and wonderfully delicious! Hubby had lamb chops that were cooked to perfection. The only thing I was sorry we ordered was the Chipotle Macaroni and Cheese. Not quite sure why this dish had such rave reviews because it was like amped up box of Kraft Mac & Cheese. Maybe the people in this restaurant were used to their mom making that for them when they were a kid, I don't know but I will say that this is the one dish I would like to give the chef a lesson in how to prepare because I make killer mac and cheese and this one to me was runny and not casserole like at all. Lesson learned. We were very happy with the other elements of the meal, the wine, cocktails, desserts and definitely the friendly staff.
We were expecting something different when it came to the atmosphere. We figured there would be celebrations, but I can't remember the last time that I dined somewhere of this caliber that was so LOUD! You could barely hear yourself think. I had to ask our wonderful server several times to repeat himself. For the price of the meal, I was really expecting something special when it comes to what I think of as atmosphere. We dine at Carrabbas on occasion and I can't ever say it has ever been that loud in a run of the mill chain restaurant. Seriously, do people know what a normal tone of voice is anymore?
Would we go back....we might think about it on a weeknight as I think it might be a tad better, but never on another weekend night. For the money we spent, we certainly expected much more in the ambiance department.

I must agree with nefretari2 on a point she made....we dined there for my birthday and were seated behind the bar....why would someone celebrating an event be seated near the kitchen or near the bar?

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★★★☆☆

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Great steak, but not the place for a romantic evening
by THEIslandGirl, Washington DC (3 reviews)
November 06, 2010
Just got back from an evening at Fleming's where we celebrated my birthday. We knew it was pricey, but as this was a special occasion and we are wine lovers, we thought we would give it a try.
Wonderful staff at Fleming's......hostesses were very friendly,....everyone we encountered was there to please the customer. Food was amazing with the exception of one dish...we pretty much loved everything from the appetizers to the dessert. I asked for a rare steak and unlike some places that feel they need to question your judgment on whether or not you really *understand* WHAT a rare steak is, Fleming's figures you get it and serve you what you ask for....seriously, my steak was showed to the flame! :) It was fork tender and wonderfully delicious! Hubby had lamb chops that were cooked to perfection. The only thing I was sorry we ordered was the Chipotle Macaroni and Cheese. Not quite sure why this dish had such rave reviews because it was like amped up box of Kraft Mac & Cheese. Maybe the people in this restaurant were used to their mom making that for them when they were a kid, I don't know but I will say that this is the one dish I would like to give the chef a lesson in how to prepare because I make killer mac and cheese and this one to me was runny and not casserole like at all. Lesson learned. We were very happy with the other elements of the meal, the wine, cocktails, desserts and definitely the friendly staff.
We were expecting something different when it came to the atmosphere. We figured there would be celebrations, but I can't remember the last time that I dined somewhere of this caliber that was so LOUD! You could barely hear yourself think. I had to ask our wonderful server several times to repeat himself. For the price of the meal, I was really expecting something special when it comes to what I think of as atmosphere. We dine at Carrabbas on occasion and I can't ever say it has ever been that loud in a run of the mill chain restaurant. Seriously, do people know what a normal tone of voice is anymore?
Would we go back....we might think about it on a weeknight as I think it might be a tad better, but never on another weekend night. For the money we spent, we certainly expected much more in the ambiance department.

I must agree with nefretari2 on a point she made....we dined there for my birthday and were seated behind the bar....why would someone celebrating an event be seated near the kitchen or near the bar?

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I am a real Flemings fan, been to locations from Tampa to Knoxville to Omaha and several in between.

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★★☆☆☆

I am a real Flemings fan, been to locations from Tampa to Knoxville to Omaha and several in between.

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My husband and I went to Fleming's for an anniversary dinner. I made the hostess aware of this occasion when making the reservations, and our server was aware of this since he asked how long we had been married. I mention this because, even knowing this was a romantic occasion, we were seated in a booth next to the kitchen (and apparently the area where they noisily polish the silverware) and along the walkway in and out of the kitchen and to the restrooms. It was extremely noisy. So much so, that we wound up sending texts to each other during the meal because we couldn't hear what the other person was saying. So, I've complained about the seating, now on to the food.

My husband had the shrimp cocktail. It was standard cold, shelled shrimp with cocktail sauce, just plated nicely instead of being served in a martini glass. I had the Cajun Barbecue Shrimp. I thought this was well done, though I wouldn't call the flavor barbecue. Our salads were standard fare, he had the wedge salad and I had the caesar. There was a bit of an odd aftertaste to the caesar dressing. It was a very fresh, green flavor, almost like cilantro. It was strange since you don't expect that flavor in what is usually a mellow dressing.

For our main course we each had the filet. His was 12 oz, mine was 6 oz lite filet. He had his prepared medium-well Oscar style. Mine was medium-well with a medeira sauce. My filet came with Flemings potatoes which are essentially au gratin potatoes. What I could taste of them were pretty good, but they were so overcooked I couldn't cut through the cheese topping.

Our steaks weren't properly prepared, but were edible. We both asked for medium-well. Mine was closer to medium, but acceptable and his, though larger, somehow was cooked more thoroughly at well done. He said his was tough thanks to being overcooked.

We had the roasted garlic mashed potatoes, which weren't spectacular and had the consistency of instant potatoes. We also had the creamed corn. It tasted good, but the corn was overcooked and slightly mushy. It would have been nice if there were a little crunch to the kernels. It was almost like they used canned corn.

The best part of the meal was the chocolate lava cake at the end. I do have to say our server was very attentive even though he seemed to be covering quite a few tables that evening.

I think one of the bigger disappointments was that knowing it was our anniversary, we weren't ""gifted"" with desert. This tends to be something that all the other similar restaurants in the area do, but apparently not Flemings.

While I certainly don't expect a free desert, I can't seem to understand why I was even asked if we were celebrating a special event if we weren't going to be shown any special treatment. At the least they could have given us a table in a quieter corner.

I'm sorry to say I wouldn't recommend Fleming's to anyone else with so many other steak restaurants in the area that provide more intimate settings, and better prepared food.

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★★☆☆☆

My husband and I went to Fleming's for an anniversary dinner. I made the hostess aware of this occasion when making the reservations, and our server was aware of this since he asked how long we had been married. I mention this because, even knowing this was a romantic occasion, we were seated in a booth next to the kitchen (and apparently the area where they noisily polish the silverware) and along the walkway in and out of the kitchen and to the restrooms. It was extremely noisy. So much so, that we wound up sending texts to each other during the meal because we couldn't hear what the other person was saying. So, I've complained about the seating, now on to the food.

My husband had the shrimp cocktail. It was standard cold, shelled shrimp with cocktail sauce, just plated nicely instead of being served in a martini glass. I had the Cajun Barbecue Shrimp. I thought this was well done, though I wouldn't call the flavor barbecue. Our salads were standard fare, he had the wedge salad and I had the caesar. There was a bit of an odd aftertaste to the caesar dressing. It was a very fresh, green flavor, almost like cilantro. It was strange since you don't expect that flavor in what is usually a mellow dressing.

For our main course we each had the filet. His was 12 oz, mine was 6 oz lite filet. He had his prepared medium-well Oscar style. Mine was medium-well with a medeira sauce. My filet came with Flemings potatoes which are essentially au gratin potatoes. What I could taste of them were pretty good, but they were so overcooked I couldn't cut through the cheese topping.

Our steaks weren't properly prepared, but were edible. We both asked for medium-well. Mine was closer to medium, but acceptable and his, though larger, somehow was cooked more thoroughly at well done. He said his was tough thanks to being overcooked.

We had the roasted garlic mashed potatoes, which weren't spectacular and had the consistency of instant potatoes. We also had the creamed corn. It tasted good, but the corn was overcooked and slightly mushy. It would have been nice if there were a little crunch to the kernels. It was almost like they used canned corn.

The best part of the meal was the chocolate lava cake at the end. I do have to say our server was very attentive even though he seemed to be covering quite a few tables that evening.

I think one of the bigger disappointments was that knowing it was our anniversary, we weren't ""gifted"" with desert. This tends to be something that all the other similar restaurants in the area do, but apparently not Flemings.

While I certainly don't expect a free desert, I can't seem to understand why I was even asked if we were celebrating a special event if we weren't going to be shown any special treatment. At the least they could have given us a table in a quieter corner.

I'm sorry to say I wouldn't recommend Fleming's to anyone else with so many other steak restaurants in the area that provide more intimate settings, and better prepared food.

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Took my wife to Flemings (first time for both of us) to celebrate her birthday. She ordered a small filet, cooked medium. Usually, in most steakhouses, they come around and ask you to cut into your steak to make sure it is cooked right. They did not but I asked my wife to do it and when she did, it was well done. Flagged down the waiter, still don't know his name, and he immediately took it back. In the meantime, she helped me with my strip which was cooked correctly. About10 minutes later, the manager brought out her filet, cooked medium and apologized.

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★☆☆☆☆

Took my wife to Flemings (first time for both of us) to celebrate her birthday. She ordered a small filet, cooked medium. Usually, in most steakhouses, they come around and ask you to cut into your steak to make sure it is cooked right. They did not but I asked my wife to do it and when she did, it was well done. Flagged down the waiter, still don't know his name, and he immediately took it back. In the meantime, she helped me with my strip which was cooked correctly. About10 minutes later, the manager brought out her filet, cooked medium and apologized.

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If you want a mouthwatering steak in Orange County, you go to Fleming?s. It?s something I?ve learned over the past few months. Forget Ruth?s Chris, with their sizzling butter steaks. Blech. If you want a steak that is uncomplicated, that stands on its own merits, that doesn?t need to hide behind a sauce or gimmick, then you go to Fleming?s.
As you step into the perpetually-busy steakhouse, the first thing you?ll notice is that it?s dim. Very dim. The place is full of people and the steady thrum of diners-in-ecstasy ebbs and flows in the soft light. Your eyes adjust, and as you glance around, waiting for a hostess to seat you, you start to realize why the place is always so packed. Briskly polite servers weave expertly through the throng of people, and present scalding-hot plates of the most beautiful ruby-red meat you?ve ever seen.
At Fleming?s when you order a steak rare (as you should) it?s going to come gently seared. It?s going to have a light, delicate crust, and the inside is deep pink, like a good piece of seared tuna. When you cut into this steak, whether it?s New York strip, Filet Mignon, Porterhouse, or whatever, you?ll notice that it doesn?t look like typical beef. There are no fibers here. I feel like I know how to cook a flavorful, tender steak, and there are always the natural fibers of the beef! The steaks at Fleming?s are of such quality and aged so perfectly, that the soft warm pink inside is just completely smooth. That means it?s going to be the most tender peace of meat you?ve had.
The sides are served family style, and accompany the steak nicely. Fleming?s potatoes are the signature side, and come sliced thin, with cheese and the essence of jalapeno. These aren?t hot or spicy, but you can just pick up the hint of flavor there. The other side we tried for this meal was awesome: saut?ed green beans and mushrooms. My family likes our vegetables a little ?al dente? ? a bit crispy, even after cooking. That?s exactly what we got with this side. The beans were crispy and still bright green, practically popping out of the dish. The mushrooms were moist and earthy, very good, with a hint of olive oil in the background. I Couldn?t get enough of those mushrooms.
All of this goodness is framed beautifully by Fleming?s kickass wine list. My dad and I enjoyed a velvety Merlot (mom went with a Chardonnay) with dinner that seemed to bring out the best in everything, including the boysenberry jam that came with the cheesecake at the end.
One last suggestion: if you can, try and get seating in the small, private dining room downstairs. It?s much more intimate and quiet. Through a side-door and down a hidden flight of stairs, you?d never even know it was down there, but being surrounded by bottles of expensive wine on the walls is rustic-feeling, and with the private little bar tucked into the corner, it?s a charming and cozy space.

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★★★★★

If you want a mouthwatering steak in Orange County, you go to Fleming?s. It?s something I?ve learned over the past few months. Forget Ruth?s Chris, with their sizzling butter steaks. Blech. If you want a steak that is uncomplicated, that stands on its own merits, that doesn?t need to hide behind a sauce or gimmick, then you go to Fleming?s.
As you step into the perpetually-busy steakhouse, the first thing you?ll notice is that it?s dim. Very dim. The place is full of people and the steady thrum of diners-in-ecstasy ebbs and flows in the soft light. Your eyes adjust, and as you glance around, waiting for a hostess to seat you, you start to realize why the place is always so packed. Briskly polite servers weave expertly through the throng of people, and present scalding-hot plates of the most beautiful ruby-red meat you?ve ever seen.
At Fleming?s when you order a steak rare (as you should) it?s going to come gently seared. It?s going to have a light, delicate crust, and the inside is deep pink, like a good piece of seared tuna. When you cut into this steak, whether it?s New York strip, Filet Mignon, Porterhouse, or whatever, you?ll notice that it doesn?t look like typical beef. There are no fibers here. I feel like I know how to cook a flavorful, tender steak, and there are always the natural fibers of the beef! The steaks at Fleming?s are of such quality and aged so perfectly, that the soft warm pink inside is just completely smooth. That means it?s going to be the most tender peace of meat you?ve had.
The sides are served family style, and accompany the steak nicely. Fleming?s potatoes are the signature side, and come sliced thin, with cheese and the essence of jalapeno. These aren?t hot or spicy, but you can just pick up the hint of flavor there. The other side we tried for this meal was awesome: saut?ed green beans and mushrooms. My family likes our vegetables a little ?al dente? ? a bit crispy, even after cooking. That?s exactly what we got with this side. The beans were crispy and still bright green, practically popping out of the dish. The mushrooms were moist and earthy, very good, with a hint of olive oil in the background. I Couldn?t get enough of those mushrooms.
All of this goodness is framed beautifully by Fleming?s kickass wine list. My dad and I enjoyed a velvety Merlot (mom went with a Chardonnay) with dinner that seemed to bring out the best in everything, including the boysenberry jam that came with the cheesecake at the end.
One last suggestion: if you can, try and get seating in the small, private dining room downstairs. It?s much more intimate and quiet. Through a side-door and down a hidden flight of stairs, you?d never even know it was down there, but being surrounded by bottles of expensive wine on the walls is rustic-feeling, and with the private little bar tucked into the corner, it?s a charming and cozy space.

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We have tried to like Flemings but just can't get there for some reason. The first time we ate there we felt that the service was simply too fast. If we are eating out and paying top dollar we do not want to feel rushed. The second time we paced the meal by not ordering the main until we had completed the starter and that helped.

Food is good but not spectacular. The starters seem over worked, for example the tomatoes and mozzarella was drenched in balsamic dressing where only a little would have served. The steaks are ok but again not as good as what we would get at another well known steak house in town.

Just can't get there but with all the choices in town maybe it is just a personal preference.

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★★★☆☆

We have tried to like Flemings but just can't get there for some reason. The first time we ate there we felt that the service was simply too fast. If we are eating out and paying top dollar we do not want to feel rushed. The second time we paced the meal by not ordering the main until we had completed the starter and that helped.

Food is good but not spectacular. The starters seem over worked, for example the tomatoes and mozzarella was drenched in balsamic dressing where only a little would have served. The steaks are ok but again not as good as what we would get at another well known steak house in town.

Just can't get there but with all the choices in town maybe it is just a personal preference.

Pros: Nice decor, fast service

Cons: Food overly worked, touristy feel, service needs pacing

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To whom it may concern,
My wife and I have recently had the delightful experience of dining at your restaurant in The Woodlands, Texas. We had reservations for the dining room this past Valentine's Day. From the moment we walked into the door we were treated to the best dining experience we have ever had together! I have traveled to many countries and have rarely received this high level of service, to memory. The door greeter was genuinely courteous. The hostess ""Cori"" was kind, professional, and demonstrated manners uncommon of her generation. Our high-caliber waiter for the evening was ""Bryan"", whom demonstrated patience and impeccable attention to detail without nagging or hovering. This top-notch service highlighted the dining room's ambiance and our tasty meals. You can go just about anywhere for a fancy dinner but very few places for a good memory. Too often are the staff not recognized for a ""job well-done"". Fleming's in the Woodlands, especially Cori and Bryan , deserve it!

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★★★★★

To whom it may concern,
My wife and I have recently had the delightful experience of dining at your restaurant in The Woodlands, Texas. We had reservations for the dining room this past Valentine's Day. From the moment we walked into the door we were treated to the best dining experience we have ever had together! I have traveled to many countries and have rarely received this high level of service, to memory. The door greeter was genuinely courteous. The hostess ""Cori"" was kind, professional, and demonstrated manners uncommon of her generation. Our high-caliber waiter for the evening was ""Bryan"", whom demonstrated patience and impeccable attention to detail without nagging or hovering. This top-notch service highlighted the dining room's ambiance and our tasty meals. You can go just about anywhere for a fancy dinner but very few places for a good memory. Too often are the staff not recognized for a ""job well-done"". Fleming's in the Woodlands, especially Cori and Bryan , deserve it!

Pros: Service, Menu, Ambiance, Location

Cons: Drink costs, Parking availability, Location

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When a restaurant has 4 pages of wine selections and 2 pages of food, you know what the emphasis will be. The wine selection may appeal to some, but we wanted a superior meal. No such luck. Salads first. There are four, none of them unusual. The Flemings salad we got to share had stale croutons, a giant glazed nut, two spinach leaves and a bunch of iceberg lettuce -- with craisins. House dressing: lemon vinagerette? A double sour dressing on a sweet salad? We declined and got another on the side. Onward. There were only two steaks on the menu. My small fillet mignon was nicely cooked but not exceptionally tender. Worse, it was over-salted. My husband ordered the ""oscar"" topping.-- a $15 addition of crabmeat with cheese and two exceedingly skinny asparagus spears. It barely covered his steak. He liked it but agreed that it was not worth the excessive price. For that he should have had an extra entree! We tried a valentines velvet cake for dessert. Cold, gummy cake with cream cheese frosting and two second class white-topped strawberries dipped in a bit of chocolate. Again, very underwhelming. We will not go back.

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★★☆☆☆

When a restaurant has 4 pages of wine selections and 2 pages of food, you know what the emphasis will be. The wine selection may appeal to some, but we wanted a superior meal. No such luck. Salads first. There are four, none of them unusual. The Flemings salad we got to share had stale croutons, a giant glazed nut, two spinach leaves and a bunch of iceberg lettuce -- with craisins. House dressing: lemon vinagerette? A double sour dressing on a sweet salad? We declined and got another on the side. Onward. There were only two steaks on the menu. My small fillet mignon was nicely cooked but not exceptionally tender. Worse, it was over-salted. My husband ordered the ""oscar"" topping.-- a $15 addition of crabmeat with cheese and two exceedingly skinny asparagus spears. It barely covered his steak. He liked it but agreed that it was not worth the excessive price. For that he should have had an extra entree! We tried a valentines velvet cake for dessert. Cold, gummy cake with cream cheese frosting and two second class white-topped strawberries dipped in a bit of chocolate. Again, very underwhelming. We will not go back.

Pros: good wait staff

Cons: limited, unimaginative menu

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I recently stopped by for the happy hour I'd heard so much about. It was awesome. The food is great, the drinks are great, and contrary to the previous review, the service was awesome. Even though they were pretty busy, I never had an empty glass and it was always served with a smile. This is a place that I am going to frequent for sure.

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★★★★★

I recently stopped by for the happy hour I'd heard so much about. It was awesome. The food is great, the drinks are great, and contrary to the previous review, the service was awesome. Even though they were pretty busy, I never had an empty glass and it was always served with a smile. This is a place that I am going to frequent for sure.

Pros: great food and happy hour

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I have gone to happy hour and had dinner at this location at least a dozen times since they opened and last night will be the last time I go there.

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★★★☆☆

I have gone to happy hour and had dinner at this location at least a dozen times since they opened and last night will be the last time I go there.

Pros: Cheap happy hour

Cons: Burgers are horrible, service stinks, attitude of bartenders

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My wife and I wanted a nice dinner out, it was suggested that we try Fleming's. We are very happy we did, the steak was prepared perfect, just like ordered it, the side dishes were also very good.. bluecheese mash potatoes.. oh yeah. we shall be back !

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★★★★☆

My wife and I wanted a nice dinner out, it was suggested that we try Fleming's. We are very happy we did, the steak was prepared perfect, just like ordered it, the side dishes were also very good.. bluecheese mash potatoes.. oh yeah. we shall be back !

Pros: Good cuts of meat/ prepared very well

Cons: Parking is a pain... if you don't use the valet

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The service was lovely. I just it hate it when the nice guy has to bring out something so disappointing.. but this steak was grizzled and tough ..I apologise to the bus boy who had to pick up my napkin with the gross bits in it. Mommy's fillet looked like shriveled up truffle bulbs I guess when you order ""the special"" you don't get prime.My sister who will now agrees to eat non mammal flesh..picked at her tuna and declared it gooshy. It was not sushi it was just not cooked through. Dad's steak was ok it was cooked right...but just OK is not what I was looking for. BUT the service was fabulous.

1
★★☆☆☆

The service was lovely. I just it hate it when the nice guy has to bring out something so disappointing.. but this steak was grizzled and tough ..I apologise to the bus boy who had to pick up my napkin with the gross bits in it. Mommy's fillet looked like shriveled up truffle bulbs I guess when you order ""the special"" you don't get prime.My sister who will now agrees to eat non mammal flesh..picked at her tuna and declared it gooshy. It was not sushi it was just not cooked through. Dad's steak was ok it was cooked right...but just OK is not what I was looking for. BUT the service was fabulous.

Pros: nice service

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This is one of my favorites for celebrations and romantic dinners. I love a nice Filet with a glass of Moet. The cost is somewhat pricey but you get what you pay for.

2
★★★★★

This is one of my favorites for celebrations and romantic dinners. I love a nice Filet with a glass of Moet. The cost is somewhat pricey but you get what you pay for.

Pros: Best Filet

Cons: $

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Came here for a family dinner 5-6 years back as a ""supposed to be as good as Ruth's Chris"" type deal. To start, the decor is nice, but it's a little OVER-CROWDED... they are really pushing the fire code with regards to how many tables they fit in an area... we got stuck in a private room with the doors open... not good seating. The food was average at best.. 3 stars based on that. Went again a year later b/c we couldn't get into the aforementioned Ruth's Chris (yes, I do like that place)... this time, I couldn't have had a different experience... probably the best steak / meal I've had in my meager existence. I had the Filet Mignon. Why get anything else? That one meal actually got me off the RC kick, and on a pretty consistent Flemings run. Of course the place never delivered at the same level... but still very good, and MUCH better than Morton's. Big fan of the Flemings potato... and the mac & Cheese.

2
★★★★☆

Came here for a family dinner 5-6 years back as a ""supposed to be as good as Ruth's Chris"" type deal. To start, the decor is nice, but it's a little OVER-CROWDED... they are really pushing the fire code with regards to how many tables they fit in an area... we got stuck in a private room with the doors open... not good seating. The food was average at best.. 3 stars based on that. Went again a year later b/c we couldn't get into the aforementioned Ruth's Chris (yes, I do like that place)... this time, I couldn't have had a different experience... probably the best steak / meal I've had in my meager existence. I had the Filet Mignon. Why get anything else? That one meal actually got me off the RC kick, and on a pretty consistent Flemings run. Of course the place never delivered at the same level... but still very good, and MUCH better than Morton's. Big fan of the Flemings potato... and the mac & Cheese.

Pros: Flemmings Potato!! oh yea, and the steaks

Cons: Don't come for Father's Day & get the Filet Mignon Benedict

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if u want a great steak, this is the place. went there for my birthday last week.

had trouble find it, but it was worth the effort.

2
★★★★★

if u want a great steak, this is the place. went there for my birthday last week.

had trouble find it, but it was worth the effort.

Pros: Best

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Love Flemings!

2
★★★★★

Love Flemings!

Pros: Best Steak, Service

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Fleming's, located at 720 Aliceanna St, is very hard to locate for someone not from the area. It is set back behind Roy's on the Eastern side of the round about in Harbor East in downtown Baltimore. My wife and I drove around the area for five minutes trying to find this place. However, upon arrival, the valets were excellent and expeditiously serviced our vehicle and guided us to the door.

2
★★★★★

Fleming's, located at 720 Aliceanna St, is very hard to locate for someone not from the area. It is set back behind Roy's on the Eastern side of the round about in Harbor East in downtown Baltimore. My wife and I drove around the area for five minutes trying to find this place. However, upon arrival, the valets were excellent and expeditiously serviced our vehicle and guided us to the door.

Pros: Excellent Food, Excellent Service

Cons: Hidden in Harbor East

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I ate at Fleming's again with my girlfriend; it has become our date spot. This time it was a Saturday so we had to wait a few minutes to sit down, but being around LA Live it's not a bad place to chill. Our seats were at a table in the middle of the restaurant. Normally I like a booth, but I was ok with the different seating experience. Of course first things first we had to order some wine, I was in the mood to try something different. I ordered a bottle of the Valley of the Moon, a Cabernet. Though Cabernet was not my favorite, I was digging the flavor.
This time we started with the Jumbo Shrimp and each got a Caesar Salad. For our main course we both got the Lobster. Something about seafood seems very romantic. She wanted a little something for desert, so we split the Cheesecake. It tastes different from the usual Cheesecake I have had in the past, but good none the less. A great experience as usual.

2
★★★★★

I ate at Fleming's again with my girlfriend; it has become our date spot. This time it was a Saturday so we had to wait a few minutes to sit down, but being around LA Live it's not a bad place to chill. Our seats were at a table in the middle of the restaurant. Normally I like a booth, but I was ok with the different seating experience. Of course first things first we had to order some wine, I was in the mood to try something different. I ordered a bottle of the Valley of the Moon, a Cabernet. Though Cabernet was not my favorite, I was digging the flavor.
This time we started with the Jumbo Shrimp and each got a Caesar Salad. For our main course we both got the Lobster. Something about seafood seems very romantic. She wanted a little something for desert, so we split the Cheesecake. It tastes different from the usual Cheesecake I have had in the past, but good none the less. A great experience as usual.

Pros: Great Steak and Lobster

Cons: Pricey

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As we walked into the Flemings for the first time we were so impressed by the greeting we received at the front door. Our waiter was fantastic and the food was even better. As our night went on several managers came by the table to check on us making sure that our experience was sensational. One more thing, the chocolate lava cake was AWESOME!!!!!!!!

2
★★★★★

As we walked into the Flemings for the first time we were so impressed by the greeting we received at the front door. Our waiter was fantastic and the food was even better. As our night went on several managers came by the table to check on us making sure that our experience was sensational. One more thing, the chocolate lava cake was AWESOME!!!!!!!!

Pros: Best steak and service in town

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Went to the Los Angeles location at LA LIVE, My Wife and I celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. No reservations, we were seated immediately and began to have a great evening. Everyone was gracious and accommodating . My steak was excellence and my wife loved her scallops. The clam chowder was the best I've ever had. Had a delicate crab taste to it, I passed on the large wine list (40 mile drive). We arrived

2
★★★★★

Went to the Los Angeles location at LA LIVE, My Wife and I celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. No reservations, we were seated immediately and began to have a great evening. Everyone was gracious and accommodating . My steak was excellence and my wife loved her scallops. The clam chowder was the best I've ever had. Had a delicate crab taste to it, I passed on the large wine list (40 mile drive). We arrived

Pros: ambience, service

Cons: parking -1 block away, but new sights(LA LIVE)

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This is the only place to take someone to impress them. The service is the best. The food is the best. Your car is ready when you are. The price is less than expected for the treatment you get. Top to bottom this place is it !! The steaks melt in your mouth There is no place like this place. I drive fifty miles to get there and am happy to do it.

2
★★★★★

This is the only place to take someone to impress them. The service is the best. The food is the best. Your car is ready when you are. The price is less than expected for the treatment you get. Top to bottom this place is it !! The steaks melt in your mouth There is no place like this place. I drive fifty miles to get there and am happy to do it.

Pros: manager comes around to make sure you experience surpassed your expectations.

Cons: still trying to find one

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Well my boyfriend took me here for my 25th birthday a couple days ago and let me tell you this place is AWESOME! From the ambiance to the food, everything was absolutely perfect! I couldn?t have wished for a better birthday.

2
★★★★★

Well my boyfriend took me here for my 25th birthday a couple days ago and let me tell you this place is AWESOME! From the ambiance to the food, everything was absolutely perfect! I couldn?t have wished for a better birthday.

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We waited for 35 minutes, were seated, handed menus and walked out after a big ____ (exact name of refused by city search) walked across our table.

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★☆☆☆☆

We waited for 35 minutes, were seated, handed menus and walked out after a big ____ (exact name of refused by city search) walked across our table.

Cons: dirty

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Usually a good experience but not last night. Meal began very well in bar area with wine and lobster appetizer. It was a tad chilly and when moved to dining area it was freezing cold! Noticed other diners were wearing their outer coats (not to be confused with a suit jacket) and my husband put on his lether coat to keep wam. Darryl, the manager, laughed it off saying he was wearing a wool suit. Said he would turn up heat. We felt unheard. Sorry but I am not going to spend an evening at a place where we ordered a $180 bottle of wine eating with my outer wear on. E might as well been sitting outsite. We ended up leaving without dinner. Yes it was a cold evening outside but an extremely nice restaurant should not be so cheap to not turn on heat for patrons.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Usually a good experience but not last night. Meal began very well in bar area with wine and lobster appetizer. It was a tad chilly and when moved to dining area it was freezing cold! Noticed other diners were wearing their outer coats (not to be confused with a suit jacket) and my husband put on his lether coat to keep wam. Darryl, the manager, laughed it off saying he was wearing a wool suit. Said he would turn up heat. We felt unheard. Sorry but I am not going to spend an evening at a place where we ordered a $180 bottle of wine eating with my outer wear on. E might as well been sitting outsite. We ended up leaving without dinner. Yes it was a cold evening outside but an extremely nice restaurant should not be so cheap to not turn on heat for patrons.

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is was actually really expensive! it recomended that is was average

1
★★☆☆☆

is was actually really expensive! it recomended that is was average

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My father-in-law treated my husband and I to dinner at Fleming's, and I was truly impressed. The server and expediter were very friendly and knowledgeable about the food, and were able to give great suggestions about wine pairings. I ordered the seared tuna, and it was amazing. It about melted in my mouth. I tried my husbands steak, and that was cooked perfectly, as well. We ordered the Chocolate Lava cake for dessert, and it should be named Death by chocolate! When we go back to Scottsdale, I would love to go back to this place.

2
★★★★★

My father-in-law treated my husband and I to dinner at Fleming's, and I was truly impressed. The server and expediter were very friendly and knowledgeable about the food, and were able to give great suggestions about wine pairings. I ordered the seared tuna, and it was amazing. It about melted in my mouth. I tried my husbands steak, and that was cooked perfectly, as well. We ordered the Chocolate Lava cake for dessert, and it should be named Death by chocolate! When we go back to Scottsdale, I would love to go back to this place.

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I cannot fathom how this place stay's busy. The service is amateurish at best. The food is always cooked poorly. No one really cares if your meal was good or not. The menu is so overwrought with dishes stylized from the 90's (Chipotle on everything). I do not know how anyone does not say anything. It must be that the location is so easy to get to for the locals, they are just too lazy to drift elsewhere. I have eaten there, and had private parties there, but no longer. I cannot take the torture when I know I can do better. It is like a bad relationship and I had to break it off. I have been invited to eat there many times since and have refused as there are Far better Steakhouses in town.

1
★★☆☆☆

I cannot fathom how this place stay's busy. The service is amateurish at best. The food is always cooked poorly. No one really cares if your meal was good or not. The menu is so overwrought with dishes stylized from the 90's (Chipotle on everything). I do not know how anyone does not say anything. It must be that the location is so easy to get to for the locals, they are just too lazy to drift elsewhere. I have eaten there, and had private parties there, but no longer. I cannot take the torture when I know I can do better. It is like a bad relationship and I had to break it off. I have been invited to eat there many times since and have refused as there are Far better Steakhouses in town.

Pros: Nice cars parked out front

Cons: Weak service & food

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Flemings is so yummy! Need I say more, it has a wonderful selection of Martinis, try the key lime pie drink. The steak is huge, so go hungry, try it, you will be glad you did.

2
★★★★★

Flemings is so yummy! Need I say more, it has a wonderful selection of Martinis, try the key lime pie drink. The steak is huge, so go hungry, try it, you will be glad you did.

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Flemmings is great and if you can afford it I recommend you try it and if you cant I recommend you try it on Sunday. The Prime Rib deal on Sunday is the best and the meat is execellent, the post who said otherwise must have been a one and a million shot because its always a great cut. Still the deal is great as you get a salad and side AND dessert all for one price, everything is usually a la cart, which can get high. All and all great deal for a Sunday meal.

2
★★★★★

Flemmings is great and if you can afford it I recommend you try it and if you cant I recommend you try it on Sunday. The Prime Rib deal on Sunday is the best and the meat is execellent, the post who said otherwise must have been a one and a million shot because its always a great cut. Still the deal is great as you get a salad and side AND dessert all for one price, everything is usually a la cart, which can get high. All and all great deal for a Sunday meal.

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excellent steak, decent value, prices reasonable, appointments available , nice atmosphere, friendly staff

2
★★★★★

excellent steak, decent value, prices reasonable, appointments available , nice atmosphere, friendly staff

Pros: food

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The food was excellent, especially the calamari. The beef was so tender it practically melts in your mouth. The service was also very good. But the atmosphere left something to be desired, they have an open kitchen- ineresting in theory, but it means that it was hard to hear over the din of dinnerware and silverware being stacked, and when you add that to the large dining room it was really hard to talk to the other members of our party. The location is nice, but the valet was disorganized- you might want to consider the parking lot just a few blocks away. For comprable food, but better ambiance, try Jordan's in Ellicott City, or Lewnes in Annapolis.

2
★★★★☆

The food was excellent, especially the calamari. The beef was so tender it practically melts in your mouth. The service was also very good. But the atmosphere left something to be desired, they have an open kitchen- ineresting in theory, but it means that it was hard to hear over the din of dinnerware and silverware being stacked, and when you add that to the large dining room it was really hard to talk to the other members of our party. The location is nice, but the valet was disorganized- you might want to consider the parking lot just a few blocks away. For comprable food, but better ambiance, try Jordan's in Ellicott City, or Lewnes in Annapolis.

Pros: good food service

Cons: noisy to the point of annoying

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way overpriced and average at best food Wont go back $200 for 2 people and i had no drink

1
★★☆☆☆

way overpriced and average at best food Wont go back $200 for 2 people and i had no drink

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My husband and I have been going to Flemings regularly since we moved to Austin over 3 years ago. We love the food, which has always been outstanding and delicious, but the service is the real reason we frequently return. You have to ask for Taylor! Not only is he one of the best servers we have ever had, but he provides the most personalized service one can achieve. He knows everything we like and nails it every time. So next time you go to Flemings to enjoy one of those phenomenal filet's, make sure you pair it with Taylor for a perfect night out!

2
★★★★★

My husband and I have been going to Flemings regularly since we moved to Austin over 3 years ago. We love the food, which has always been outstanding and delicious, but the service is the real reason we frequently return. You have to ask for Taylor! Not only is he one of the best servers we have ever had, but he provides the most personalized service one can achieve. He knows everything we like and nails it every time. So next time you go to Flemings to enjoy one of those phenomenal filet's, make sure you pair it with Taylor for a perfect night out!

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Our service was slow and inattentive. It seemed our waiter attended to two of the four tables instead of checking all the tables during his table visits. After eating our salads and having the plates cleared, the waiter then came over and asked us if we had even received our salads yet. He seemed overwhelmed.

1
★★☆☆☆

Our service was slow and inattentive. It seemed our waiter attended to two of the four tables instead of checking all the tables during his table visits. After eating our salads and having the plates cleared, the waiter then came over and asked us if we had even received our salads yet. He seemed overwhelmed.

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I went to Flemings with my boyfriend and had one of the best filets mignons I've ever tasted. We both thought the food was great! However, the place is loud and the prices are high. Our server was training and she wasn't very attentive. Aside from the service, I would definately go back

2
★★★★☆

I went to Flemings with my boyfriend and had one of the best filets mignons I've ever tasted. We both thought the food was great! However, the place is loud and the prices are high. Our server was training and she wasn't very attentive. Aside from the service, I would definately go back

Pros: Quality tender steak. Huge wine list

Cons: High prices. Loud

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I have to say that I experienced the best steaks and service last night at Flemings. This was a second date for us and we were encouraged to try Flemings by a mutual friend. It was everything he described from the moment we entered. Front desk staff very cordial and attentive. Servers attention to detail was immpecable and the 40 ounce Porter House we shared was cooked to perfection. Thank you to Flemings for making our second date an incredible experience! See you soon!!

2
★★★★★

I have to say that I experienced the best steaks and service last night at Flemings. This was a second date for us and we were encouraged to try Flemings by a mutual friend. It was everything he described from the moment we entered. Front desk staff very cordial and attentive. Servers attention to detail was immpecable and the 40 ounce Porter House we shared was cooked to perfection. Thank you to Flemings for making our second date an incredible experience! See you soon!!

Pros: Great service, great food, great ambience

Cons: Busy bar, not my thing but seemed to jumpin

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many places in baltimore claim to be the best steak house but I am going to have to go with flemings and not just because of the great cuts of beef. the wine list has been carefull though out, unlike other steak houses which just load up a wine menu with many expensive wines that don't compliment anything on the menu. the location is also a big plus, I love to walk to and from the restaurant from downtown in a slow casual pace on a warm spring evening. and the service, I always ask for Rasheed, a true professional unlike the long list of young servers in what seems like every restaurant who act like they are doing you a favor buy serving you. cleanliness is also another factor in why I go there, how many restaurants have you been that you thought were great, only to use the facilities that seem like they get cleaned once a week? not so at flemings, at least not in my experience. I tend bar at the inner harbor and always suggest flemings to the many tourists I encounter.

2
★★★★★

many places in baltimore claim to be the best steak house but I am going to have to go with flemings and not just because of the great cuts of beef. the wine list has been carefull though out, unlike other steak houses which just load up a wine menu with many expensive wines that don't compliment anything on the menu. the location is also a big plus, I love to walk to and from the restaurant from downtown in a slow casual pace on a warm spring evening. and the service, I always ask for Rasheed, a true professional unlike the long list of young servers in what seems like every restaurant who act like they are doing you a favor buy serving you. cleanliness is also another factor in why I go there, how many restaurants have you been that you thought were great, only to use the facilities that seem like they get cleaned once a week? not so at flemings, at least not in my experience. I tend bar at the inner harbor and always suggest flemings to the many tourists I encounter.

Pros: food, service, location, wine list

Cons: cant think of any

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Flemings is a great palce to go not the average crowd. More mature atmosphere. The steak was so big and juicy the baked potatoe was big also and the brocolli was enough to share with 2. You must go check this place out it is great. The price was a little expensive but was well worth it.

2
★★★★★

Flemings is a great palce to go not the average crowd. More mature atmosphere. The steak was so big and juicy the baked potatoe was big also and the brocolli was enough to share with 2. You must go check this place out it is great. The price was a little expensive but was well worth it.

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Not consistant, Bad Prime Rib, tough like a cheap cut of meat. Other times the food was good, Good service good bar.

1
★★☆☆☆

Not consistant, Bad Prime Rib, tough like a cheap cut of meat. Other times the food was good, Good service good bar.

Pros: Nice place

Cons: food not up to par

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After reading all the hype about this restaurant, I decided to give it a try with my husband. We are natives to Scottsdale and are familiar with steakhouse favorites Mortan?s and City Hall. Although we have heard our friends mention Fleming's here and there, we never got around to going.

2
★★★★★

After reading all the hype about this restaurant, I decided to give it a try with my husband. We are natives to Scottsdale and are familiar with steakhouse favorites Mortan?s and City Hall. Although we have heard our friends mention Fleming's here and there, we never got around to going.

Pros: knowledge and attentive staff; wine bar always a plus; not as snooty as Mortons or City Hall

Cons: parking is limited but valet is complementary

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This place is exceptional! I went here with my boyfriend for both of our first times and business associates and I was truly impressed! The waitress was very knowledgeable and the entire staff was very professional. We were there on a business dinner and the attention offered was not intrusive but very attentive. I had the bone-in NY Strip and I have to say that it is the best steak I've ever had. Also, you HAVE got to try the signature Chocolate lava cake. I can do no justice in describing it except to say that it is like heaven on earth!!! Will definitely be back...

2
★★★★★

This place is exceptional! I went here with my boyfriend for both of our first times and business associates and I was truly impressed! The waitress was very knowledgeable and the entire staff was very professional. We were there on a business dinner and the attention offered was not intrusive but very attentive. I had the bone-in NY Strip and I have to say that it is the best steak I've ever had. Also, you HAVE got to try the signature Chocolate lava cake. I can do no justice in describing it except to say that it is like heaven on earth!!! Will definitely be back...

Pros: Great place, good food, and knowledgeable staff.

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Took my girlfriend here on a recommendation from the concierge at the Hilton. She had the petite filet, I had lamb chops, which I've found to be challenging here in the valley. Both items were fantastic!! Perfectly cooked, lean, delicious. Had to wait for a few minutes for our table (no reservation), but picked out our wine at the bar. Service was excellent, can't wait for my next visit!

2
★★★★★

Took my girlfriend here on a recommendation from the concierge at the Hilton. She had the petite filet, I had lamb chops, which I've found to be challenging here in the valley. Both items were fantastic!! Perfectly cooked, lean, delicious. Had to wait for a few minutes for our table (no reservation), but picked out our wine at the bar. Service was excellent, can't wait for my next visit!

Pros: Food, wine list, service

Cons: None.

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By far the best steakhouse experience I have had in the valley. Not stuffy like Morton's, Ruth's Chris, or Donovans. This is a lively place with a genuinely hospitable staff and and exciting ambiance with an open kitchen. Some say it is too loud, get a life, the open forum design is lively and adds to the experience. We dined out last weekend at the busiest time, but the hostess handled the mob graciously. Our server truly made the evening. He navigated us through one of the best wine lists I have ever seen and after trying a flight of three 2 oz. glasses of his favorites, we found the perfect bottle for our dinner. Our entire meal was ordered according to our servers recommendations and you could tell thathe enjoyed the responsibility of impressing us. We started with the Cajun Shrimp appetizer, dellicious! Followed that with a spinach and portobello salad which he had split in the kitchen because he didn'e want to spoil our appetites. That was the perfect cool down and build up for the main course. Upon return fro the restroom I found my table neatly maintained with the crumbs all gone and my napkin refolded, it was a nice touch. Then came the good stuff. Bone-In NY Strip charred med rare...Best steak I can remember ever having. A delicate 12 oz. filet mignon ""Oscar Style"" which is topped with bernaise,asparagus, and fresh lump crab meat. Accompanying these world class steaks were the wonderful fleming's scalloped potatoes, boldly flavored sauteed mushrooms, and crisp grilled asparagus. Wow! Wow! Wow! Everything was incredible. Even though you could tell that our server was very busy he made sure everything was, and I quote, ""PERFECT"" What a lofty expectation, but I could honestly say that it was. We capped off this memorable meal with a pairing of port and a signature chocolate lava cake. From first impression to last, Fleming's on Scottsdale and Lincoln really shines! I will be back with friends in the very near future to enjoy this distinguished establishment.

2
★★★★★

By far the best steakhouse experience I have had in the valley. Not stuffy like Morton's, Ruth's Chris, or Donovans. This is a lively place with a genuinely hospitable staff and and exciting ambiance with an open kitchen. Some say it is too loud, get a life, the open forum design is lively and adds to the experience. We dined out last weekend at the busiest time, but the hostess handled the mob graciously. Our server truly made the evening. He navigated us through one of the best wine lists I have ever seen and after trying a flight of three 2 oz. glasses of his favorites, we found the perfect bottle for our dinner. Our entire meal was ordered according to our servers recommendations and you could tell thathe enjoyed the responsibility of impressing us. We started with the Cajun Shrimp appetizer, dellicious! Followed that with a spinach and portobello salad which he had split in the kitchen because he didn'e want to spoil our appetites. That was the perfect cool down and build up for the main course. Upon return fro the restroom I found my table neatly maintained with the crumbs all gone and my napkin refolded, it was a nice touch. Then came the good stuff. Bone-In NY Strip charred med rare...Best steak I can remember ever having. A delicate 12 oz. filet mignon ""Oscar Style"" which is topped with bernaise,asparagus, and fresh lump crab meat. Accompanying these world class steaks were the wonderful fleming's scalloped potatoes, boldly flavored sauteed mushrooms, and crisp grilled asparagus. Wow! Wow! Wow! Everything was incredible. Even though you could tell that our server was very busy he made sure everything was, and I quote, ""PERFECT"" What a lofty expectation, but I could honestly say that it was. We capped off this memorable meal with a pairing of port and a signature chocolate lava cake. From first impression to last, Fleming's on Scottsdale and Lincoln really shines! I will be back with friends in the very near future to enjoy this distinguished establishment.

Pros: great service, serious steak, wonderful appetizers, best wine list

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If you are looking to go out and have a great time then this is the place. I have dined at many, many restaurants in my day and the Flemings at Lincoln and Scottsdale has something about it that draws me back time and time again. The food is always phenomenal and the service is always friendly and on point. Last night our server was extremely knowledgeable and unpretentious when we were discussing wines, he truly wanted to educate and get me something that fit what I was eating and desiring. The wine flight he offered allowed me to take a taster of wines I was unfamiliar with but eager to try and experience, with a ton of choices he was right on with all of the choices, making it very approachable and un-intimidating. Lastly the pairing of the port and lava cake was something that capped the evening off perfectly and makes me want to go back tonight or in the very near future??.what a great time!!!!!

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★★★★★

If you are looking to go out and have a great time then this is the place. I have dined at many, many restaurants in my day and the Flemings at Lincoln and Scottsdale has something about it that draws me back time and time again. The food is always phenomenal and the service is always friendly and on point. Last night our server was extremely knowledgeable and unpretentious when we were discussing wines, he truly wanted to educate and get me something that fit what I was eating and desiring. The wine flight he offered allowed me to take a taster of wines I was unfamiliar with but eager to try and experience, with a ton of choices he was right on with all of the choices, making it very approachable and un-intimidating. Lastly the pairing of the port and lava cake was something that capped the evening off perfectly and makes me want to go back tonight or in the very near future??.what a great time!!!!!

Pros: Service, food and selection of wine

Cons: very busy all the time

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From the charming surroundings to the amazing steak...Fleming's is a MUST for anyone looking for a wonderful evening out. They have phenominal steak that I have never been able to match in years of dining out. From years of restaurant exposure, I recommend Fleming's for anyone looking for a memorable date night or gatherings with friends or coworkers. I have always had awesome service and that can only be matched by the consistently awesome food and wine selection. You gotta go try it for yourself!

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★★★★★

From the charming surroundings to the amazing steak...Fleming's is a MUST for anyone looking for a wonderful evening out. They have phenominal steak that I have never been able to match in years of dining out. From years of restaurant exposure, I recommend Fleming's for anyone looking for a memorable date night or gatherings with friends or coworkers. I have always had awesome service and that can only be matched by the consistently awesome food and wine selection. You gotta go try it for yourself!

Pros: all around great on everything

Cons: be sure to make a reservation for busy nights

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The food, wine selection and atmosphere make this restaurant the best of the best. The waiters bend over backwards to make everything perfect. I had the peppercorn flavored steak which was fantastic. Their selection of potatoes is unlike any other restaurant. Flemings is very conveniently located at the bottom of I-83 and they even have valet parking. If you go there on a Sunday evening after a Raven game, you'll see many of the players. If they have a smile on their face, you'll know that their food was as good as their game.

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★★★★★

The food, wine selection and atmosphere make this restaurant the best of the best. The waiters bend over backwards to make everything perfect. I had the peppercorn flavored steak which was fantastic. Their selection of potatoes is unlike any other restaurant. Flemings is very conveniently located at the bottom of I-83 and they even have valet parking. If you go there on a Sunday evening after a Raven game, you'll see many of the players. If they have a smile on their face, you'll know that their food was as good as their game.

Pros: Food, lighting, waiters, and wine selection

Cons: I couldn't fit more into my stomach

 

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