15 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Phone: (415) 389-8871
Fax: (415) 331-6067
Cuisines: Delivery, Caterers, Family Style, American, Take Out, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Steakhouse, Healthy, Seafood, Vegetarian
Specialties: American Restaurant, Openings, American Food, American, Formals, Elegant, Parties, Fiestas
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11/18/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The Buckeye is a legend and deserves the accolades it continues to recieve. The ambience is cozy and upscale yet casual at the same time. The service is up to fine dining standards and very detailed. I had the loch duart salmon tartare which was delicious, but a small portion which left me wanting more. My date had the portobello mushroom tart with goat cheese and polenta which was a perfect combination of earthy, rich flavors. I had the corvina fish special which was perfectly light, fresh and savory with butternut squash and apples and my date had the petit fliet which was like butter!! The wine list is impressive also! I would highly reccomend NOT missing this place!
11/08/2007Provided by Citysearch -
There is nothing bad about the Buckeye, except that its busy and you need a reservation, unless your going to lunch.... my personal favorites... oysters bingo. Broiled oysters w/ cheese and spinach topped w/ lemon. The onion rings that are served w/ the best mustard seed ketchup. The pan roasted artichoke, yum... and the skirt steak, followed by the world famous smores pie for desert.... pure heaven!
03/27/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I've been going there for so many years and i still enjoy this snobby lodge-like ambiance. Great appetizers, meats, sides order as well as amazing offering of raw oysters and the house specialty, the oyster bingos! Not a great place to bring kids. You will have to wait before being seated as they are always packed. Take that as a good sign. It's worth the wait, not to mention that you'll be able to enjoy a great cocktail at the bar, and perhaps sneak in one of these oyster bingo while you wait.
09/26/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I had heard great things about this place and was somewhat disappointed at the point of delivery. First off, our waitress was a complete snob (probably becasue we were all in are early 20s) and paid very little attention to us. The food was okay, my friends ribs were tough and the salad I had was soggy from mushroom juices. The atmosphere was, however, fabulous. The hunting lodge vibe worked well with the game/seafood oriented menu. Maybe I'll try it again in 10 years when they'll give me some respect.
04/15/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I went here with 3 others for a business lunch. The food was increadible! I ordered the lasagna to be safe, and it was NOT your typical lasagne. It was GOURMET. I didn't order a salad, not wanting to look like a pig, but then I realized everyone else ordered one. I had to watch my boss eat his warm spinach salad--baby spinach with sauteed mushrooms and a large piece of deep fried goat cheese on top. When he cut into it, the cheese just oozed all over the salad. I have not been able to stop thinking about this place. My only complaint was that I had to ask for an iced tea refill. The waitor said he'd be right back and came back several minutes later. The food took a long time to be served as well.
07/30/2005Provided by Citysearch -
The Buckeye has some tasty food. I enjoyed my meal there, especially the butter lettuce salad. Wine list isn't bad either. I'd recommend it for a nice dinner with your family visiting from out of town, as well as for a nice date with someone starting to get special. Valet parking a plus. Definitely make a reservation.
06/23/2004Provided by Citysearch -
Went there with a friend Sunday afternoon. We had no reservations, but it was only 5:30. They told us the wait would be 20 minutes...but this was what the told everyone. After *45* minutes they took us out outside to sit. But there were no heating lamps (?!?) and it was definitely cold, so we asked to sit inside. Surprise- it would be about 5 minutes until an indoor table was available. Another 30 minutes go by and we are finally seated. Food was surprisingly good, although a bit pricey. I have no complaints about our server. Only complaints were the long wait (caused by something beyond lingering customers) and the screaming dirty post-Stinson beach children who were running around.
10/20/2003Provided by Citysearch -
I arrived with my date for an early Saturday dinner. When we arrived, we were greeted well at with the parking valet. The wait was about 45 minutes (we did not have reservations). Our watier was rude, didn't make any eye contact when telling us the specials, and was fanning himself with the menus when taking our order. Furthermore, service was slow ONLY for our table, and our waiter acted most expeditiously only when we were ready to pay. After leaving a less than 15% tip, he had the nerve to ask what he had done to deserve such a small ammount, and when i informed him it was the poor service, he replied with a very snide comment. I wouldn't suggest Buckeye Roadhouse. The food is mediocre, and service is way under par for what you pay, not to mention you'd probably get better service at McDonalds. Seriously.
06/30/2002Provided by Citysearch -
The night started off well: friendly bartender, quick seating (in the bar area, which was fine), but our food took over an hour, with limited explanation and no apology. I made one comment about the delay, with which the server agreed, adding that she had already spoken to the manager. She later returned and informed us that the manager had refused come over (he was ""over it"" as we were a ""young couple sitting in the bar""). If we wrote a
letter, she opined, they would try to ""win us back.""