From the Garden to the Table. The Iron Horse, chef, Jackson Rouse, has hit a home run. His food philosphy is "From the Garden to the Table". He makes everything from scratch down to his homemade ketchup. I started my meal with an amazing house salad that had goat cheese, smoked almonds, golden raisins,cucumbers and a tomato basil vinaigrette. I had the Signature, an amazing filet served with bleu cheese creamed spinach and grilled red skin potatos. The filet was topped with truffled mushrooms and I must say this is the best filet that I have had in the city. I finished my dinner with an amazing dessert called the Bittersweet Chocolate Tart. This tart had a chocolate crust, homemade carmel, chocolate ganash and was served with a mini vanilla milk shake. I had a wonderful experience and so did my guests. I highly recommend the Iron Horse.
Average food, poor service.
Nice atmosphere, Average food, poor service. New ownership has bypassed the basics.
Would not recommend. Will have to do better in this economic climate.
Set in the the village of Glendale, this restaurant offers imaginative interpretations of fine American cuisine..
Inside a beautiful, historic 19th century building, this traditional inn serves up innovative and enticing version of American favorites. Appetizers like calamari and crab cakes incorporate unique additions like fried green tomatoes and cucumber salad. Also offered are fish dishes like a flaky, succulent sea bass and a zesty, sumac-crusted salmon. Steaks are artfully presented and delicious. The Iron Horse Filet comes with smoked duck breast, gorgonzola, and a port wine reduction.
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