123 Prospect Ave, Cleveland, OH | Directions 4411341.497234 -81.694009
Consistently excellent. Had dinner at HP's location in Crocker Park in Westlake, everything was excellent from start to finish. If you've been you know.
Over priced for adequate service and mediocre food. Highly over rated. My husband and I went there for our anniversary and were sorely disappointed. The waiter rushed us through dinner, even though we had reservations. One hour and fifteen minutes for appetizer, salad, dinner, and desert. We ordered a bottle of wine with dinner and he splashed it into the glass - literally - I ended up wearing red wine on my shirt sleeve. The food was good, but I suppose I expect better when paying as much as we did. Never received refills on water, coffee, nor did he pour the wine after the first serving. The entire staff acted frazzled and it wasn't even busy. Would not return.
Three times and not that great. Been there three times, first time ordered a medium-well burger. The outside was almost charcoal, the inside was bleeding. Second time was just there for lunchtime drinks with three others, one of our glasses had lipstick on it when served. Third time, ordered food, got food, ate food. To say it's so highly recommended they do mess up quite often.
Greatly improved lately. I dine at Hyde Park frequently. The steaks are the best and the service has improved dramatically. Many of the other reviews for this place are years old and no longer reflect reality. The food quality is superb and the waiters and staff are more professional and friendly. Their Vault room is really great for our parties. I would definitely recommend eating here. Try the bone-in filet mignon. You'll be glad you did.
Pay homage to your favorite sports hero by ordering a beefy tribute and savoring it in this art-deco building..
The most honored rites of passage in Cleveland are pledging to love, honor and bleed for the local sports teams, learning to curse Art Modell, and ordering your first steak at the Hyde Park. There's a kind of hush as that Kansas City filet mignon is wheeled out. Hidden behind heavy mahogany shades, Hyde Park inhabits a corner of an art-deco office building just past the landmark Terminal Tower. The white-tablecloth dining room, divided by brass rails and dark woods, resembles a Dickensian men's club.
The signature beef specials all honor local sports heroes; try the Jim Thome, a cognac-flambeed tribute to the Indians' first baseman. Skip the salads since you're going to get the creamed spinach, and au gratin potatoes. Order the oysters Rockefeller-you couldn't possibly eat more during the first course.
Low Park Grill. The steaks I have had there are overrated. I found them fatty and not well cooked. One Walnut has much better streaks and they are not even on this list!
displeased customer. service was lousy and its not the best steak ive had steak is good but not great there are few more places that has a better steak and a whole lot cheaper
steaktoppers. Hyde Park does have the best steaks in town - so tender and flavorful that you don't need a lot to have a great culinary experience.
I love this place! The food is excellent! Don't forget to save room for the traditional bannan's foster!
Each location has it's own charm! It is wonderful!
A++++++. Excellent service, they bent over backwards from a table where we could smoke, a perfect meal and called a cab for us which if you know cleveland, it translates from indian to city with taxi's. Great Steaks, great sides, great desserts. A class establishmnet!
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