For more than 40 years, this chain restaurant has served seafood and steaks in a relaxed atmosphere..
Founded in 1961 in Colorado, Chart House now has more than 25 U.S. locations. The restaurants, many of which occupy historic buildings, draw on the local region's natural features, making each one unique. Fresh fish and seafood dominate the menu with offerings like jumbo lump crab cakes, mahi mahi and Australian lobster tail. For landlubbers, there's prime rib, filet mignon and N.Y. strip steak. Sweet finishes include hot chocolate lava cake and raspberry creme brulee.
Atmosphere is Best Feature. The Chart House is known as one of the most upscale restaurants in the area. Recently had a filet mignon there and was seriously disappointed for the price. Overcooked steak and shrimp with nothing-to-write-home-about mashed potatoes. For a group of 8, the service seemed exceptionally slow. Salad bar is good. I prefer to go without reservations, sit in the lounge and enjoy the fact that they serve a generous glass of wine (great selection) and delicious unique appetizers, and the lava cake is a must. You're paying mostly for the setting, upscale, beautifully decorated, on the water. Currently they offer valet-only parking.
A lovely resturant overlooking the Indian River.
Food is good, but a bit $$$ for what you get. The service is usually very good. The big plus used to be the salad bar. But they recently removed rasins and sunflower seeds from their selection of salad toppings and have offered no replacement.
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