Reid's Fine Foods
Matthew Paul Brown
My wife and I visit Reids Fine Foods almost daily. The entire team is hard working and very professional. It is sort of like a Cheers type specialty grocery store where everyone knows your name! Of course, we know everyone by name and appreciate them so much. Where would Reids be without Jorge and Martha in the deli area! Martha always greets us by name with her beautiful smile and Jorge always calls out to us with a big hello and another smile. When we are shopping for that special bottle of wine, Leyla is quick to offer her expert advice! She is a ROCK Star! One day I was in and could not find the right heirloom tomato and Harrison went in the back to get more! That is service! Reids is so very blessed to have such an incredible team! Even with great products is takes team work and the culture shows! Make sure you stop in if you have not already discovered this neighborhood treasure. Carpe Diem! Matthew Paul Brown
Great burger, they ground up steaks for this burger, and it's almost half off on Tuesdays. At lunch it comes in a box, at dinner you get table service. It's an upscale grocery store and offers tailor made sandwiches, salads at lunch. Several locations to choose from. Can be pricey.
David A Ruch
Just left Reids. Great service from Stephen. Cheese board was great. Nice variety. Calamari great. Very nice wines. We got there at 3:45 they opened at 4:00 so curious if they might have prepared the space better. Table we wanted to sit at was messy and major crumbs Under corner booth.
We ordered several items the chocolate Cake was $70 for a whole cake it was terrible. Very dry the icing was way too sweet. We had 7 people try it everyone had one two bites. For the price point extremely disappointing. Never again. Using cheap products. The charcuterie board also very expensive totally disappointed you can get at any grocery store at the third of the price better cheese board. The quality for the price point on these items was not with it at all. Dont do it. I recently had dinner and it was excellent however the take out on the cake and charcuterie board at $160.00 and a few other items was beyond disappointment.
Be prepared for a food coma if you come for brunch! We arrived at 11am, and they were a bit behind seating patrons. We had a reservation for 11 but due to the staff being overwhelmed, we had to do a couple loops through the grocery to kill time before they were ready for us(a bit annoying, but it's a somewhat interesting place). After killing about 10 min, we were finally seated, and from that point on had great, friendly service! I ordered the Biscuit Bomb, and my wife had the Chicken n Waffles. The biscuit bomb might be one of my favorite concepts for a Brunch Biscuit ever. A gargantuan biscuit, covered in gravy, stuffed with spinach, eggs, bacon and tomato, and then covered with a massive slice of cheddar cheese. It's about as heavy a meal as you can find, and was quite tasty, although there was an overpowering rosemary flavor in the gravy which I had to scrape away to really enjoy everything else. The chicken and waffles were also taste bud tantalizing, especially when dabbing a lil syrup. The chicken was juicy, with just the right amount of spiced breading, and the waffles were crisp and airy, without being too bland. All in all a rib sticking solid brunch for a reasonable price. Don't come here of you don't want to go home and nap afterwards