Not good. Wished it was better..
We were excited to eat here, BUT...
Everything was over-smoked, dry and/or greasy.
- Bread was DRY and stale
- Tuna sashimi appetizer - bland and salad smelled bad.
- Crab cake was ok except for the MOUND of caviar and chunky random pieces of onion...that's how you know its cheap caviar.
- Calamari was average.
- Goat cheese pizza was good
- Pork Chop was over-smoked, under-seasoned. Tasted like a Cedar chip...however was perfectly cooked for a thick chop. The mac and cheese was overdone and dry yet greasy at the same time. The chop made me feel nauseous.
Don't worry Bound'ry, we're not mad at you, those are just the facts. We just want you to improve.
Perfect atmosphere for any occasion. I have been to Bound'ry many times in the past few years, and everyone I bring loves this trendy hidden gem off of 20th & Grand. From the flickering lanterns outside to the warm, eclectic, multi-level interior, the attention to detail in the decor and the food is not to be missed. Both their tapas and entrees are great, and it has a fun, hip atmosphere that doesn't overwhelm with booming music or incredibly dim lighting. I'm in my twenties, but everyone I bring here, from my parents to my friends, love it. The food is great, and the waiters are fun and accomodating. I couldn't reccomend Bound'ry more for an enjoyable, fun meal to have on any night of the week in beautiful surroundings.
Great bar and Phenomenal restaurant. I first visited Boundr'y's bar and loved the bartenders, atmosphere, and variety of beer and exotic drinks. I went back for dinner last night. There menu is extensive and we all loved that you get the choice of tapas or tasting portions with appetizers and tasting or entrees portions with dinner options. You can mix and match sides with all entree options, which restaurants sometimes frown upon. It was a little bit chilly so we didn't eat out, but the outdoors dining looks like a lot of fun! I went with someone who is hard of hearing and it was impossible to have a conversation because of the noise volume in the restaurant (but it was a saturday night). I highly highly recommend Boundr'y and I cannot wait to go back!!
Fantastic tapas, a few issues..
My wife & I went to Bound'ry last weekend and had a great time. Service was mostly good, a little inattentive at times, and there were some seasoning issues on a few items.
If the mussels are on the menu, get them... very good dish. Also, the mushroom ragout was incredible, as well as the venison chop. The mushroom garnish on the venison was waaay oversalted, but the meat itself was cooked perfectly. Cocktails are served in a very interesting way, with only about half poured in your glass. The rest is kept on ice in a small carafe so your drink doesn't get too warm while you're sipping.
I ate at Boundary on Thursday night, I have been in town for about 2 months and stayed away from this place due to some of its reviews, but I must say I am not sure what people are writing about. is there another place called boundary and people confuse the 2? I walked in the door and there was a pleasant young lady greeting me, we had to wait about 15 minutes in the bar for a table, but that was ok because I was able so see the massive beer selection they have. My wife and I had a drink at the bar, and then sat at a table in what is probably one of the most eclectic dinning rooms I have ever been in. cool curtains, and neat lighting. My server said it was an apartment building at one time. We had muscles for an appetizer, and I even heard the table next to me comment on how great they smelled. I had the pork chop, and my wife had the tuna. I was pleased to see the pork chop was only cooked to medium, (I hate over cooked pork) and my wife?s tuna was a perfect rare. The desserts were cool too. They serve little bitty desserts for just a couple bucks a piece so that you can try different stuff. After dinner we were told there was a bar on the second floor, so we went up there for one more drink. The couches in that bar are a great touch. It cost me about $100 for the 2 of us including tip for the whole night.
I highly recommend this place, and I will be back many, many times.
If the restaurant was as bad as some of these reviews, then they really stepped up and fixed some stuff, or the people writing the reviews will never be happy with any restaurant they go to.
I beg you. Stay away from here. If I even help one person not go through, what I went through, my life will not be for naught. The service is soooooo bad, and when I say soooo, I mean it. Cold food, non-existent servers, over priced drinks. Yow. Marque de Sade eat you're heart out.
bad bad bad bad bad bad bad bad bad abd bad bad bad bad
oh my god.
I don't understand how such a place can stay in business.
First, the service is horrible.
Second, the food is worse.
Third, the manager is not as good as the former or the latter.
Try the very old fish.
You will understand what I'm saying (if you can actually get you're food).
Wow. What happened?.
Ive been goint to the Boundry for years. Mostly apps and beers, from time to time, business dinners. Its always been one of my favorite places, engaging staff and excellent customer service. Ive been away from the area for a while, and when my son recently graduated high school, I suggested we do the old stand ~ by , The Boundry for dinner. What happend? Did Flyte take all the good waiters? My table was dirty, I had to request to order, and my waiter had a meltdown, so his poor overworked peer had to handle all the patio. The food order was wrong, and when it did arrive, it was tasteless.
AND theyve stopped bringing thier bread sampler in that cool horn~thing they used to have. Now they bring it in something wire mesh thing they found at Old time pottery. We didnt even eat. We bailed and went to the Trace. Boundry, you are now alienating your future customer base as well as your old one.
Wonderful experience. A group of 15 of us came in after a meeting Sunday night and sat on the beautiful patio. We enjoyed a variety of different Tapas style appetizers as well as some of their specialty drinks. The entrees that followed were impeccable as well as the service. We will be back and will recommend Boundry to all our friends!
Heaven on earth!. The energy in the restaurant is electric. The aromas coming from the open air kitchen are devine. The mussels come out of the kitchen sizzling on a hot skillet creating aroma therapy for the hungry. The lamb was grilled to prefection. The trout prepared on a cedar plank in the wood burning oven was to die for. The desserts are prepared in smaller portions so you can try three or four and they are heavenly. Professional staff, extraordinary food and beautiful decor need I say more!
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