Charcoal House

★★★★★
  • 9855 Manchester Rd

    Webster Groves, MO 63119

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  • 314-968-4842

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I went to the Charcoal House last saturday night for dinner with my wife.We never been there before . It was the best dinner we never have . We both order Charcoal House Special medium.The food came out nice and hot just the way we order

3
★★★★★

I went to the Charcoal House last saturday night for dinner with my wife.We never been there before . It was the best dinner we never have . We both order Charcoal House Special medium.The food came out nice and hot just the way we order

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I went to the Charcoal House last saturday night for dinner with my wife.We never been there before . It was the best dinner we never have . We both order Charcoal House Special medium.The food came out nice and hot just the way we order

3
★★★★★

I went to the Charcoal House last saturday night for dinner with my wife.We never been there before . It was the best dinner we never have . We both order Charcoal House Special medium.The food came out nice and hot just the way we order

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This place has seen better days. Not really dirty but you dont feel like its very clean either.\r
The service was not very friendly and our waitress was chewing gum like a camel. Our food was interesting.How does someone serve you food

3
★★★★★

This place has seen better days. Not really dirty but you dont feel like its very clean either.\r
The service was not very friendly and our waitress was chewing gum like a camel. Our food was interesting.How does someone serve you food

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This place has seen better days. Not really dirty but you dont feel like its very clean either.\r
The service was not very friendly and our waitress was chewing gum like a camel. Our food was interesting.How does someone serve you food

3
★★★★★

This place has seen better days. Not really dirty but you dont feel like its very clean either.\r
The service was not very friendly and our waitress was chewing gum like a camel. Our food was interesting.How does someone serve you food

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Atmosphere is staid and old fashioned, and the clientele appears to be all regulars. Food is ok, but my gripe is this: I ordered cod, which was all right, and I took some of it home. When I got home, I realized, hey, this isn't cod. This

3
★★★★★

Atmosphere is staid and old fashioned, and the clientele appears to be all regulars. Food is ok, but my gripe is this: I ordered cod, which was all right, and I took some of it home. When I got home, I realized, hey, this isn't cod. This

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Atmosphere is staid and old fashioned, and the clientele appears to be all regulars. Food is ok, but my gripe is this: I ordered cod, which was all right, and I took some of it home. When I got home, I realized, hey, this isn't cod. This

3
★★★★★

Atmosphere is staid and old fashioned, and the clientele appears to be all regulars. Food is ok, but my gripe is this: I ordered cod, which was all right, and I took some of it home. When I got home, I realized, hey, this isn't cod. This

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I went to the Charcoal House in Rock Hill recently and I had a wonderful time. I had not been there in a long time, and it was remarkable how nothing had changed. The room was fairly quiet (it was a Thursday night, Friday and Saturday

3
★★★★★

I went to the Charcoal House in Rock Hill recently and I had a wonderful time. I had not been there in a long time, and it was remarkable how nothing had changed. The room was fairly quiet (it was a Thursday night, Friday and Saturday

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I went to the Charcoal House in Rock Hill recently and I had a wonderful time. I had not been there in a long time, and it was remarkable how nothing had changed. The room was fairly quiet (it was a Thursday night, Friday and Saturday

3
★★★★★

I went to the Charcoal House in Rock Hill recently and I had a wonderful time. I had not been there in a long time, and it was remarkable how nothing had changed. The room was fairly quiet (it was a Thursday night, Friday and Saturday

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A friend and I decided to try the Charcoal House out one Wed. night. We had passed it many of times in the past and it always seemed to be crowed.\r
Boy did we make a mistake. We ordered the strip steak, the twice baked potatoe and a

3
★★★★★

A friend and I decided to try the Charcoal House out one Wed. night. We had passed it many of times in the past and it always seemed to be crowed.\r
Boy did we make a mistake. We ordered the strip steak, the twice baked potatoe and a

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A friend and I decided to try the Charcoal House out one Wed. night. We had passed it many of times in the past and it always seemed to be crowed.\r
Boy did we make a mistake. We ordered the strip steak, the twice baked potatoe and a

3
★★★★★

A friend and I decided to try the Charcoal House out one Wed. night. We had passed it many of times in the past and it always seemed to be crowed.\r
Boy did we make a mistake. We ordered the strip steak, the twice baked potatoe and a

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We ate here the night before Valentine's Day. While the steaks were delicious, the salad mix was obviously from a bag. What really floored us was when we were charged $4 for a 6 ounce Sprite and $4 for a refill. When we brought it up to the waitress, she said that's what the prices were that night and sodas are usually $2.50. We spoke with the rather unapologetic and rude manager who blatantly lied and said sodas were $4 every day and said the reason was because it was a "white tablecloth" restaurant. I've eaten in countless "white tablecloth" restaurants and have never been gouged that bad for a soda. The whole experience turned me off and the next time we want a "white tablecloth" experience, we'll take our money elsewhere.

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★★★☆☆

We ate here the night before Valentine's Day. While the steaks were delicious, the salad mix was obviously from a bag. What really floored us was when we were charged $4 for a 6 ounce Sprite and $4 for a refill. When we brought it up to the waitress, she said that's what the prices were that night and sodas are usually $2.50. We spoke with the rather unapologetic and rude manager who blatantly lied and said sodas were $4 every day and said the reason was because it was a "white tablecloth" restaurant. I've eaten in countless "white tablecloth" restaurants and have never been gouged that bad for a soda. The whole experience turned me off and the next time we want a "white tablecloth" experience, we'll take our money elsewhere.

Pros: Great steaks

Cons: Manager lied to us about prices

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The decor wasn't what I was expecting after reading the previous reviews. The fake ivy and glass on the exterior walls were only slightly off-putting. The burgandy curtains the linen tableclothes made up for it. Reading that we could expect a crowd, we were there by six. The restaurant appeared spacious, but, as others arrived near 7, the walking room was a little scarce. The host was charming, the server professional and sweet without being over the top about either. The other patrons were much older than us, but enjoying a night out with friends doesn't stop when you reach 30.
The presentation of the food was very nice. The bartender selected my wine (a house merlot) and it was great. I got a dinner salad with the (can't remember, but, it wasn't bleu) cheese dressing and my husband had Caesar, both yummy. I ordered the filet mignon, as recommended, and wasn't disappointed. Along with his strip steak, my husband tried the twice-baked potato and we both quite liked it. Crispy on top and bottom, soft in the middle. Mmm.
Maybe a small thing, but, something I always appreciate, the butter pats in the bowl were soft enough for instant smoothing. No waiting for them to warm up to a decent temperature or risk tearing your bread. I chose the broccoli as my side. Nice serving appearance, but, I tend to prefer it softer.

I decided to try the Chocolate Suicide for desert. The cake was a bit heavy but the frosting was light, smooth and delightful. Share this with a friend, it's pretty rich to finish the whole piece.

Overall, I would recommend this place. We were offered refills by people other than our server and everyone was very courteous. I heard many patrons called by their names, so a regular crowd has definitely formed. The meal was around $80 before the tip.

2
★★★★★

The decor wasn't what I was expecting after reading the previous reviews. The fake ivy and glass on the exterior walls were only slightly off-putting. The burgandy curtains the linen tableclothes made up for it. Reading that we could expect a crowd, we were there by six. The restaurant appeared spacious, but, as others arrived near 7, the walking room was a little scarce. The host was charming, the server professional and sweet without being over the top about either. The other patrons were much older than us, but enjoying a night out with friends doesn't stop when you reach 30.
The presentation of the food was very nice. The bartender selected my wine (a house merlot) and it was great. I got a dinner salad with the (can't remember, but, it wasn't bleu) cheese dressing and my husband had Caesar, both yummy. I ordered the filet mignon, as recommended, and wasn't disappointed. Along with his strip steak, my husband tried the twice-baked potato and we both quite liked it. Crispy on top and bottom, soft in the middle. Mmm.
Maybe a small thing, but, something I always appreciate, the butter pats in the bowl were soft enough for instant smoothing. No waiting for them to warm up to a decent temperature or risk tearing your bread. I chose the broccoli as my side. Nice serving appearance, but, I tend to prefer it softer.

I decided to try the Chocolate Suicide for desert. The cake was a bit heavy but the frosting was light, smooth and delightful. Share this with a friend, it's pretty rich to finish the whole piece.

Overall, I would recommend this place. We were offered refills by people other than our server and everyone was very courteous. I heard many patrons called by their names, so a regular crowd has definitely formed. The meal was around $80 before the tip.

Pros: Easy to get to. Great service. Good food.

Cons: If you're over a size 6, tables are slightly too close together

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Do not let the 1970 decor fool you. This is one of the local favorites for some of the best steaks in St. Louis. The staff is friendly and food is excellent. If you have been in before the staff will most likely recognize you on your second visit. Wine list is adaquate.

Reservation are accepted and should be made for groups over 4 or 6. Because this is a local favorite the weekends can be crowded.

2
★★★★☆

Do not let the 1970 decor fool you. This is one of the local favorites for some of the best steaks in St. Louis. The staff is friendly and food is excellent. If you have been in before the staff will most likely recognize you on your second visit. Wine list is adaquate.

Reservation are accepted and should be made for groups over 4 or 6. Because this is a local favorite the weekends can be crowded.

Pros: Excellent food, Good drinks

Cons: Weekend Crowds

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This is an extremely crowded and loud restaurant. Tables are too close together, waiters/waitresses are bumping into the back of your chairs. Also, don't expect management to be able to do the bill on separate tickets. It all has be on one and the owner is not afraid to upset the customer. Despite all of the cons, the food tasted great, the meats are soft and tender.

1
★★★☆☆

This is an extremely crowded and loud restaurant. Tables are too close together, waiters/waitresses are bumping into the back of your chairs. Also, don't expect management to be able to do the bill on separate tickets. It all has be on one and the owner is not afraid to upset the customer. Despite all of the cons, the food tasted great, the meats are soft and tender.

Pros: food

Cons: crowded, service, parking

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I have been frequenting the Charcoal House for about 20 years. The place seems to attract many regulars as I see many of the same folks all the time. The steaks are amongst the best I have had in St Louis and the food in general is very good. Serice is excellent with pretty much the same wait staff for the years I have been going. By the way, the bartender pours a generous drink.

2
★★★★★

I have been frequenting the Charcoal House for about 20 years. The place seems to attract many regulars as I see many of the same folks all the time. The steaks are amongst the best I have had in St Louis and the food in general is very good. Serice is excellent with pretty much the same wait staff for the years I have been going. By the way, the bartender pours a generous drink.

Pros: Great food, Excellent service

Cons: Weekend crowds

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Charcoal House is known for steaks, but their fish is excellent also.

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★★★★★

Charcoal House is known for steaks, but their fish is excellent also.

Pros: tasty, great lighting, great service

Cons: no reservations taken, parking

 

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