My significant other brought me to the Lobster Bar for my birthday, and I was ecstatic to go - highest hopes in the world. Being from the Northeast, I naturally ordered a 2lb lobster to spoil myself. But I was horrified to discover upon service, that my lobster was OVERCOOKED! Who overcooks lobster? It's the simplest thing in the world to cook, yet it was so rubbery I had to cut it with a STEAK KNIFE! I'm not joking. And as I sat and waited to tell the waiter to have it sent back, my partner's fish was getting cold. I never got a chance to complain about my food because neither of our TWO waiters, yes two of them, never inquired about our meal. Even after my partner switched meals with me, so I wouldn't have to suffer through a terrible birthday-meal, we weren't asked why we switched or how anything was, and were finally handed our (incredibly overpriced) check. On our way out we attempted to ask to speak to the manager, but the Maitre d was too busy stuffing his own face with overcooked lobster to be bothered with us. After waiting for 20 minutes to be attended to, we finally stormed out in a rage. Perhaps I'm old fashioned, but when I pay $50 for a piece of seafood, I expect it to be cooked perfectly and to be asked how it was. I've had much better lobster sitting on a picnic table in Maine having paid $10 to have it thrown in a big open pot outdoors by a man in overalls. I will never set foot in this amateur excuse for a high-end restaurant.
Cons: Food, service, decor (poor excuse for the Oyster Bar at Grand Cen