About this Business
- Breakfast, Lunch
The food isn't worth the price.
4 years ago
Friendly staff fast service food very very good.
This very well may have been the best meal I have ever had. The entrees were unique and absolutely delicious.
I made a reservation for 8:00pm on a Friday night. The ambiance was nice, the service was great and the food was delicious.
Lousy service, mediocre food and expensive. I would have been outraged if I had paid the full amount. It wasn't even a good deal with the voucher.
Nice place. Staff very friendly. Rib eye steak was great!
Excellent meal, and even better service. Staff was super personable.
menu choices seemed somewhat limited. And the prices were on the high side. Both dishes we ordered were spicier than we expected. Dessert menu very limited. Positives: the service was excellent. Quality ingredients were used in the food.
The food selection was limited and when they brought out the food, it was plain and mediocre. The presentation of my lamb shank was horrible... Oh, the waitress was also bad because she never filled our water.
From Our Editors
A kickboxer earlier in his life, chef Robert Gadsby honed his culinary skills as executive chef in kitchens across Europe, Asia, and the United States, but it was his competitive spirit that earned him a chance to face off against Mario Batali on the Food Network's Iron Chef America. Gadsby's Bar American in Columbia is the product of several years' work and the chef's pursuit of excellence. The menu here is more American than a bald eagle throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game, featuring foods from cross the country, including Washington mussels, Oregon truffles, Wisconsin Cheese, and California wines. In the sleek modern dining room, visitors can indulge on Carolina-style pulled pork and seared Nantucket Bay scallops, all while enjoying open views of the kitchen and rustic stone accents.
Gadsby's Bar American