Really incredible food and service. A can't-miss staple if you're spending time in the 845. Ask for Ray's special Manhattan. He makes it extra special.
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My husband and I have been at the Onion several times since my review in July of last year. We live in Woodstock and have been going here for years. This review is for the chef. Please step up, be more creative, add more interesting...More
Delicious long standing restaurant, tucked along side the road. Reservations a must here as well. Dinners are outstanding. Specials unique. Bar serves excellent drinks. One of the best Woodstock restaurants in the area.
I'd heard great things about The Red Onion. I enjoyed the veggie curry with shrimp.The thai beef salad appetizer was nice. Our server was friendly and efficient. The restaurant is in an old farmhouse that was quite cold. I had to wear my winter jacket...More
Santa Fe has the best Tex-Mex menu north of Texas. The restaurant is always crowded so reservations are a must. Tyhe bar is very busy but, in spite of all that is going on there, the service is superb.
Really wonderful food here, but you're going to pay good money, too. I had the seafood risotto and loved it. Everyone else in my party loved their meals. Only downsides were that it can be noisy when it's packed, they kept running out of items...More
This is our go to restaurant whenever we want to go to dinner. When friends or relatives visit this is where we go. Food is excellent, staff competent and welcoming and setting is a cozy old farmhouse. The porch in warm weather is quaint.
My husband, 13-year-old daughter and I had an amazingly good meal here. We are all food lovers with special requests, gluten-free, vegetarian, and meat-lover, and we were all delighted with our evening. The restaurant has that rare combination of upscale dining with a casual flair,...More
The Red Onion is on-point, with a solid menu, fresh/local vegetables and experienced servers. I've never had a bad meal there, and I've been there about 6 times. The ambiance is lovely, though the tables are too close together for my taste. It is a...More