I had the opportunity to eat at Jay's Place for the first time last week. It reminded me the 1950's and 1960's Supper Clubs, minus the relish trays. We walked in and immediately lowered the mean age by a couple of decades. Most folks there seemed to be long time customers.
We enjoyed the waitstaff, who seemed at home with the Supper Club decor and personality of the place. I have to say, in all honesty, that the food was inconsistent. For example, the crawfish tails appetizer was good... favorfully done, and they did a good job with what must have been frozen tails. The fried fish was very good, and the steak fries were wonderful. The steak was cooked as we asked, but the quality of the meat was only mediocre. Salads- meh. Iceberg with a few other veggies that seemed to be from a bag. The dressings did not seem to be homemade.
Will we go back? Absolutely, as the meno was extensive and we had enough good to want to try more. Will we go back regularly? Probably not, as the prices were disproportionately high for the quality (but not the quantity) of food.
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