This was a unique experience, and one I never would have expected, being an East Coast snob. Every aspect of the evening was perfect, including the fact that the hostess who took my reservation felt sorry for me not being able to get a cab, and sent someone to pick up our party at our hotel.
This is probably one of the top 3 restaurants in the Quad Cities. I love this place. The bone-in ribeye is the best steak in town I think. It is a little higher priced averaging $27 per main course alone, but definitely worth hitting up for a more formal dine.
Relatively new on the dining scene, the Red Crow Grille has quickly gained a fine reputation for its elegant atmosphere and Continental menu. The cozy restaurant was designed with a Mediterranean theme in mind, with reds and grays as the dominant colors and an open-style kitchen. The Red Crow guarantees that its seafood is fresh by having it flown in from the coast, and Chef Dominic Riveria's innovative entr?Šes include everything from bouillabaisse and New Orleans Style Pasta served with chicken and shrimp, to blackened Gulf scallops and Pappardell con Funghi. Follow these with a delectable dessert such as cheesecake covered with honey syrup or orange-polenta, and you will understand why the Red Crow's star has risen so quickly. Dinner reservations required.