Very small venue. Not recommended for large groups unless its summertime and their patio is open to the public as its much larger than their indoor dining area. Food was good.
Service was super slow. Only one waitress. Food was mediocre.
Really enjoyed the casual atmosphere and great food. Loved the garlic mashed potatoes and mac and cheese.
Server not friendly & seemed peeved we had a Groupon though we tipped her off the total meal cost. Could've been just a bad day for server but was our first impression of the restaurant.
The whole experience was just bad. We went on a Thursday eve around 7:30 and we stood at the door waiting to be seated for about 10 min with not a word said to us. The bartender came to seat us and asked us to wait longer till he could clean off a table. This wasn't a big deal we could see two tables in the main dining area and a small group in a side room and one table of people upstairs. While our waitress was very nice she was the only person besides the bartender working the dinning area. We looked over the menu which was not the same as the one on the web site and a little disappointing but again things happen. We ordered drinks and an appetizer and we could hear the waitress taking another tables order and they ordered a baked potato to go with the meal they ordered. The waitress said they were out of baked potatoes but they were cooking more and they would be ready in 10min. So when we placed our order at least 10min had passed and my wife and I both ordered steaks and baked potatoes also the table next to us ordered the same. Our appetizer was so so it was clearly out of a bag and frozen not worth $7. When our meal arived I had a baked potato and my wife did not the waitress said the cook didn't tell her but they are out of them for the night. She told my wife to pick a new side and then turned to the next table and told them to pick new sides. The quality of our steaks was that of the local city dinner. The menu talk of the highest quality aged beef and the prices reflect that however, what you advertise and what you get are far from the same. $70 for a sub par steak meal is the reason we will go someplace else next time. We have been to jakes steaks several years ago and it was fabulous. Now it's as if your place does not care and your just going through the motions.
The food was of poor quality and the menu contained items that they had run out of.
Not very good. Service was good food bad for price not even medioaker
The most nasties food I have ever taste in my whole life. Poor customer service.
From Our Editors
If you follow the right cobblestones on the Landing, you'll end up in front of Jake's Steaks, an eatery known for serving steaks, barbecue, and burgers within a T-bone's throw of Sidewinders Saloon. As the name implies, the focus is on steak. The culinary crew collects wet-aged Angus beef to create artistic interpretations of meat—cowboy rib eyes with perfect marbling, for instance, and Kansas City strip steaks topped with house butter. Their magnum opus is The Bull, a 25-ounce bone-in fillet that, if finished, earns the eater a spot on the Wall of Fame and a new accomplishment to include on their Viking resumé. The kitchen also churns out dry-rubbed barbecue ribs and pulled-pork sandwiches made from meat infused with flavors from the steak house's own round-the-clock smokers.
Jake's stands just in front of Sidewinders Saloon, a bar that dispenses a bevy of tequila and beer. Throughout the week, the bar hosts theme nights with live music and karaoke, and on select nights holds the doors open until 3 a.m. The building's close proximity to Busch Stadium and The Arch make it a prime spot for postgame celebrations or steak-tossing competitions on the banks of the Mississippi.
Jake's Public House