- $50 toward contemporary American cuisine at WestChase Grille
- OpenTable Diners’ Choice Winner
- View lunch and dinner menus
- Delectable desserts
- Chic, inviting atmosphere
- Knowledgeable servers
- Outdoor dining
- Not valid with other offers or specials.
Gayot gives WestChase Grille a good rating, and OpenTable users give it a solid four stars: > * Now spiffed up with a blend of deep, warm wood and ledge-rock appointments, the house is comfortably chic but pretension-free. Even lunch doesn’t disappoint. The grilled caprese sandwich is as fresh as can be, as is the puffed-up, homemade turkey potpie. – Gayot > * The ambiance and menu are terrific…can be cozy and intimate for romantic dinner or chic and smart for business dinner. I had the prime rib and my meal was delicious…Our waiter presented himself well and served us efficiently. – OpenTable user who dined on 5/11/2010
Armed with a culinary education from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, Chef John Westerhaus uses classical techniques and international flavors to create refined American cuisine. His inspiration stems from a deep love for the simple menus of Parisian sidewalk cafés. For starters, a chipotle-spiked hollandaise sauce blankets a plate of smoked salmon and corn cakes, and garlic-ginger dipping sauce graces lobster spring rolls. For entrees, the restaurant's chefs demonstrate their mastery of traditional American cuisine by grilling rib eyes, Kansas City–style strip steaks, and trout fillets over a pile of smoldering baseballs.
Purple booths and napkins add a splash of color to the dining room's gently lit earth tones. Stone walls divide the dining area from the kitchen, and two walls of floor-to-ceiling windows separate the restaurant from the outside world. To keep things lively indoors, the restaurant hosts live performances by local musicians Wednesday–Sunday, serenading diners with cool jazz and gentle R&B melodies.