David Burke Prime is the classic New York steakhouse set amid the excitement of one of the world's largest casinos, Foxwoods. Vibrant and vast, Prime features classic and creative preparations of the world's finest steaks, aged in an on-premises patented salt-brick aging room, as well as seafood, chops and more.
We had a team of servers, and while attentive the whole night, it was clear they did not communicate as menus and service-ware were duplicatively brought over at times. We were informed that their famous complimentary popovers had run out, but they were quickly making a new batch in the kitchen. *Note: We did end up getting some delivered to our table at the very end of our meal, which we treated as our 'desserts'. However, since our anticipation had built up, and due to the fact that the batch was quickly made and not fully cooked, we were kind of let down by the famous bread.
With our bill, we were presented with complimentary Strawberry Cotton Candy. It was a whimsical way to end the meal and provided just enough sweetness to counterbalance all the savory we had just devoured.
In all, we had a great meal with friends. The food prices are comparable to other high-end steakhouses, but the wine prices were outrageous. The market was clearly aimed to "high rollers" who frequent the Foxwoods casino, and I would not recommend you make the trek out for the restaurant only.
Total Rating: 3.58
Food: 4, Price: 2, Service: 4, Ambience: 4, Accessibility: 3.5