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What You'll Get
- $50 toward jazz-infused fine dining and drinks at The Majestic Restaurant
- View dinner menu
- Dry-aged steaks
- Extensive wine list
- Charming ambience circa 1910
- Attentive service
- Live jazz nightly
- Located in the Historic Fitzpatrick Building
- Valid for dinner only.
Open Table users give The Majestic four stars, and Yelpers give it 3.5. The Pitch gives a qualified rave, and a whopping 100% of Urbanspooners like it: > * At our server Will’s suggestion, I ordered the 16-ounce T-bone, and it was a hell of a slab of beef: tender, loaded with flavor and grilled precisely as I had requested. Carol had a thick hunk of grilled yellowfin tuna, topped with a button of delicately seasoned wasabi butter that had just the right degree of head-clearing punch. “The vegetables, the potato — everything’s perfect,” Carol Ann raved. – Charles Ferruzza, The Pitch > * We found the Majestic Restaurant to be all we hoped for and more…quintessential urban downtown. We like the entire experience. The food was very good and the atmosphere delightful. – OpenTable user who dined on 2/13/10 > * What a great old place this is! The piano was going strong when we arrived; had a nice cocktail appetizer and listened for a while. 2 specials Thursday night, grilled swordfish with mashed - 2 beef medallions…both were delicious! Swordfish had an avacado [sic] sauce that complimented the fish nicely, nothing overpowering. Great service. Very pleased this re-opened. – Jason, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
No cash back. Not valid for lunch or happy hour. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Majestic Restaurant
In the long, narrow dining room of the historic Majestic Restaurant, one wouldn't have a hard time imagining the spirited saloon that once resided there. Behind the restored 19th-century bar and under a pressed-tin ceiling, barkeeps shake, stir, and pour classic craft cocktails alongside more than 200 types of whiskey. Downstairs, a speakeasy-style jazz club features live performances nearly every night of the week, which are best enjoyed while wearing Prohibition-era garb such as top hats filled with beer. Both the main dining room and downstairs club serve a full dinner menu of tender steaks, cold-water lobster tails, and classically prepared Scottish salmon.