Despite feeling nervous about going there, my wife and I will definitely be back! The star lounge was a surprise for our wedding, with the staff accommodating us even after we arrived early. The room was beautiful, and it was quiet even with other guests talking. Our server served us delicious food, including the poke and chicken, while me enjoying the fries and pasta (which were both excellent options).
Upon arriving, I was filled with excitement and exclaimed, "we had an amazing time!" We later returned for some happy hour treats followed by another sampling of the new menu item. The food and service at this restaurant were nothing short of excellent! I'll be remiss to say that I couldn't have been more pleased with the poke salad or the coq au vin... it was simply amazing!!
Our evening started with a bang and included appetizers, followed by cocktails that were delicious and refreshing. We decided to order the charcuterie board, truffle fries (not overly sweet),and the poke, and couldn't be happier with the steak since it was so tasty! My partner enjoyed them and they loved our meal.
The hotel's location, velvet couches, and dim lighting caught my eye. We were lucky enough to be guests of the historic star lounge on the third floor of Hyatt House in Sacramento/Middletown. The building is listed on America' & Women'S Register of Historic Places and was designed by a group of women in 1928.
Fantastic evening! Highly recommended! I couldn't have had enough to try the truffle frites, poke and red flag cocktails. The wine served was made with gin and created a lovely foam that balanced the drink perfectly. We also enjoyed the salmon and steak platter, which were both cooked just right for the perfect date.
The lounge was our first-ever hangout, and we couldn't be happier with the cocktails, friendly staff, ambiance, or overall decor. We highly recommend it and plan to visit again for dinner. Happy birthday!
During our first visit to the famous historic star lounge for a double birthday celebration, my friends and I were treated to opulent decorations and swarmed by their attentive servers. The building's grandiose architecture set it apart from other restaurants in the building. We also enjoyed complimentary chocolate mousse desserts during our drinks reception.
I received praise for the stunning setting and impressive music selection; although the food was not particularly tasty, we were able to enjoy it. The service was unwelcoming but prompt, while still maintaining a positive vibe. My evaluation centers on this factor of mood in terms of lighting and music.
The food and service at this restaurant are always on point, especially during happy hour when tables are typically priced at around $20 for a chicken fried parm. My dining experience here with my friends last week was an excellent choice between the $1 dollar option and the $5 dollar value of something more substantial.
My friends and I visited this place for their birthday, which was a great experience. The building used to be primarily reminiscenced as masonic meetings during the eastern star ages, but it still maintains that same vibe without being too much of an adventure. They have such affordable menu options with happy hour available at reasonable prices; one downside is the service is terrible.