Emeril's

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  1. LeeB

    LeeB Earning My Ears

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    Will someone let me know how the food is at Emeril's Resturaunt, and what is the average price for a meal there?;) :wave:
     
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  3. WebmasterBarry

    WebmasterBarry DIS Veteran

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    A meal will probably cost around $30-$40 per person, more if you buy alcohol. The food is pretty good there, but I think Mythos is a lot better. Still, Emeril's is worth a bite.
     
  4. PartyofSix

    PartyofSix TripMomma + 4

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    Hated it! Lunch was 85. My votes for Mythos as well. Happy Eating.
     
  5. webray

    webray Love the wineauxs!

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    Emeril's is excellent, we have had lunch and dinner and are looking forward to going back.

    Lunch for four adults was about $160, dinner for the two of us was pricey, but worth every penny.
     
  6. Sherrilatte

    Sherrilatte Pure n' simple

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    Hey Partyofsix....
    What did you and your family order at Emerils? We have ressies for lunch there, but my hubby has had cool feet all along, because of the prices. You know...he loves those 4 little words, "i told you so.":rolleyes:

    So what did you guys eat? :D


    Webray, I'd loved to hear what you had too!
     
  7. antmaril

    antmaril DIS Veteran

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    Had dinner at Emeril's last year. Husband, son and I for my birthday. The food is excellent - really enjoyed it. The banana cream pie is fabulous. I had one drink, we did not have wine. It was very expensive. If you go, be sure to ask them to seat you downstairs. We were seated upstairs and there was no atmosphere at all IMHO. We would have been much happier downstairs where the action was.

    If the money isn't a big deal for you, go for it. Otherwise, you might want to go somwhere else at CityWalk or perhaps Mythos, which is also very good and more affordable.
     
  8. RLMS56

    RLMS56 Mouseketeer

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    We had lunch there a few weeks ago and it was very good. I am not sure the exact amount of the bill but it was way under $100. DH had soup and we both had a salad for lunch and the chocolate grand manier souffle and iced tea. No alcohol.
    BTW, we got a reservation a day in advance for 12:30 and the restaurant was 1/2 empty from the time we sat down until the time we left around 2pm.
    I am glad we ate there but don't think it's the best meal I have had. I say try it.
     
  9. willydoit

    willydoit #1 CUBS FAN

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    Had dinner there in June '01. Loved it, food and service just unbelievable. Ran the two of us @140.00 with a drink and a couple glasses of wine + dessert. Agree with being seated downstairs, it is a better feeling atmosphere. Just walked up to check things out and there just wasn't the same feeling as being on the ground floor. And by all means, try the banana cream pie!!!:p
     
  10. vickyBaby

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    I live in the New York Metropolitan area, so dining prices were comparable. The food and service were EXCELLENT!!!

    I have been 3 times and will be returning again.
     

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