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- General Info:
- Durant s is a restaurant that was established in 1955 by Jack Durant in Phoenix. The restaurant serves a variety of salads, entrees, sandwiches and burgers. It offers broiled filet mignon, chicken, grilled shrimp, crab cakes, beef, sirloin, halibut and salmon. The restaurant also offers artichoke dip, mussels, beef tenderloin, steamed clams, oysters and mashed potatoes. Durant s features various types of wines, including cabernet sauvignon, merlot, pinot grigio, zinfandel, chardonnay, pinot noir, sauvignon blanc and Syrah. The restaurant s dessert menu includes cr me brulee, chocolate fudge, ice cream, brownies, pies, cobblers and cheesecakes. In addition, Durant s provides gift certificates in several denominations.
- Extra Phones:
Primary Phone: (602) 277-9090
Phone: (602) 264-5112
Fax: (602) 264-5112
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards
- Steak Houses, Bars, American Restaurants, Cocktail Lounges, Family Style Restaurants, French Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Free, Valet
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, American, French, Steakhouse, European, Continental
Price Range : Above Average
The place has good location and easy to find.. When you get to the Restaurant you will receive a warm welcome to the receptionist, the place has good ambiance.. The table and chairs are comfortable to sit on.. As we arrive and sit, waiter will go on your table and ask politely and getting your order in a nice way.. We didn't wait for so long, the food was awesome. Fresh and quality.
03/29/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This is a traditional steak house who cooks the fillet to perfection. The potatoes are loaded and the broccoli is huge.
You can go just for the bread itself. The bread comes in big chunks loaded with butter. The house salad is big and the ranch is homemade.
The service is superb and the waiters top notch. The atmosphere is crowded but also laid back.
The prices are medium high. Expect about $150 for four people to get three courses and drinks. I didn't have the desert.
06/17/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My husband took me here for dinner he swore it is the best place in town for steak, but all i know is that we are two of a kind especially when it comes to food because i thought it was just ok not the best just OK. Their cescar sald is not good either its a little bland and too peppery not my taste at all. I just had to eat here once and knew i would not be back.
02/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
On Valentines Day Feb. 14, 2008, my boyfriend and I wanted a romantic place to dine and great steak. We had to take and early dinner as when we called , they said all times are full. when we arrived we were seated immediatly, however throughout the evening, only about 6 couples in the dining area, as several people never showed up. We had an appitizer of crab cakes, well just one came with order but full of crab, no fillers. The Caesar salad was not as good, as hardly no greens, but inside portions of romaine. My steak, the Prime rib was as ordered, however with the large Fillet Migion, it was dry inside, when ordered as medium rare. The wine list was nice, lots of choices. Dinner took around 2 hours from beginning to end. a bit cramped in the corner booth, not to private. But all in all, a nice change, but would not go back soon.l Yes and our waitress gave me a nice flower at evenings end, Nice touch !
02/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Durant's is truly not to be missed. Of course, you may wait a ten or twenty minutes for a seat, but if you are a person with a little class and have realistic expectations what comes with a visit to a highly popular restaurant, you'll definitely enjoy yourself. Do not miss this under any circumstances...but if you are a person who thinks that 20-30 dollars is too much for a plate of food, or if you think that for that price you should be treated like a visiting dignitary, then just save yourself the trouble and go to Olive Garden. Durant's is an institution and the food is beyond excellent, and the ambiance unsurpassed if you like the kitsch of a 1950's supper club, which I do. It's always a special night when you go to Durant's.
After I discovered Durant's, a Phoenix favorite since the 1950's, all other steakhouses paled by comparison. My favorite is the porterhouse for two - yummy! And their mixed drinks are top-notch. Don't miss the Key Lime Pie for dessert.
It reminds me of restaurants my parents would take me to when I was little (and didn't appreciate such greatness). Do yourself a favor, and visit Durant's.
08/06/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I made reservations for my girlfriend and I for a celebration dinner a week in advance. We entered the resturaunt and the host told us it would be about twenty minutes past our reservation time before we were seated. An hour later people who were complaining the most were seated before us. I told the host that we were still waiting and he said he would get our seats but 15 minutes later he was still nowhere to be seen. A man who was seated and went to the bathroom even passed by and commeneted on how long we were waiting. By this time we were so irritaed the night was ruined. We left and will never go back. It's sad becuase I used to love this place.