Svilar's Bar & Dining Room
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Svilar's Bar & Dining Room ($$)
Steakhouse, American, Bar
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Coffee Shop, Breakfast, Brunch, Bakery, Cafe
Additional Dining Info
Credit Cards Accepted
Good for Kids
Yes - Full Bar
$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)
Mon-Thu: 5pm - 9:30pm, Fri-Sat: 5pm - 10pm, Sun: Closed
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3.0 stars - Based on 4 reviews
03/27/2013 - Larry j
This was the best about 20yrs ago before it was sold. I remember ma, mary(cook) and bob the bartender. Its sad that people cant experience the origianal. U paid ma in the kitchen and mary cut ur steak when ordered. Lots of 9 ball and drinkin w bob.
03/05/2010 - Kevin
The food is excellent, by far the best fillet you can order. My wife and I eat at this restaurant at least 3 times a month. A local favorite for sure! Service could be improved when busy. If you go when it is slow they will blow you away!
02/16/2010 - Anonymous
Poor service. Prime rib was a door stop.
11/25/2008 - Svilar's Bar and Dining Room
This place is a classic. They know how treat a hunk of beef. The chicken is great, Lobster above average but "steak" and "Svilar's " go together. Mostly home made-salad drssings-the Blue cheese is unique and very tasty. Your meal will start with a relish tray a fairly standard salad with great dressings, then comes the sarma- cabbage rolls, and ravioli. Service is excellent when they are not swamped but that isn't very often. It is still above average-at full tilt. That said, except at the holidays, you will probably not need a reservation. A wait in the classic old style saloon is not unpleasant and usually is enough time for one or two cocktails.. Good drinks. Some will regard the prices a little high. Most will say -well worth the price. It is one of local classics. The decor is not at all up to date and is part of the charm. When you ask a local person for the name of a good restaurant, nine times out of ten they will say "Svilar's."