The Bottom Line
Three of us shared two appetizers, each had a cup of soup, and each had an entree. We shared two desserts. Excluding tax and beverages, the meals came to about $45 per person.
- Great seafood
- Nice setting
- Good service
- Appetizers on the small side
- Appetizers are not big enough to share--they are barely enough for one! The Crab Cake was $12.50.
- There is an extensive wine list. We ordered a few glasses of the lower wines at $9.00 each.
- Shouldn't they first ask if you'd like another bottle of water if they are going to charge for it?
- The au gratin potatoes had a lot of cheese, but only about 8 bites of potatoes.
- There are many staff people hurrying here and there, but they manage to remain unobtrusive.
- Minor annoyances aside, our entrees were wonderful, and that made Eddie V's a thumbs up for me.
Guide Review - Eddie V's Edgewater Grill
My two friends and I were in the mood for some good seafood, and we were not disappointed here. For appetizers we ordered the Crab Cake, Cashew Shrimp, and the Lobster Bisque soup. I definitely thought the Crab Cake was the best of the three. Very tasty. I found the Loster Bisque to be a little thin and overly peppery, but my friends enjoyed it very much. For our entrees, we ordered the Colossal Stuffed Shrimp, the Roast Sea Bass and the Bacon Wrapped Scallops, all of which were excellent. Everything at Eddie V's is a la carte, and our server told us that the sides were large enough to share, so we ordered two sides: potatoes au gratin and the snap peas. The snap peas were fantastic.
At Eddie V's there are several desserts that must be ordered in advance because of the preparation required, and we ordered two of those: the Apple Cobbler and the Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding. They were large, and they were fine, but we weren't as impressed with them as we were with our seafood entrees.
All prices and offerings are subject to change without notice. 02/04