Restaurant review: Jeffrey’s

Madison smith, Staff writer

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Jeffrey’s is the sister restaurant to Josephine House of Clarksville, which was also recently reviewed by Kelly Rosenblatt. Jeffrey’s is definitely an upscale restaurant with high prices and fancy decor, but the food was equal in stature. You will not leave feeling unsatisfied in any way.

Jeffrey’s is a steakhouse with ample choices of steaks, fish and various meats. The Filet Mignon was delicious, but my personal order of the red snapper was just to die for. I have never eaten a better fish and the sauce was light and yummy. Each dish we ate had a small unique twist on it. I am also not a fan of mushrooms, but the way they seasoned and cooked the mushrooms made for one of the highlight foods of the night.

The food is yummy and well presented and the actual restaurant itself is cool and quirky. The decor is rustic and modern and from the outside it looks like a cute french inspired building that just adds to the whole experience. The staff went out of their way to make sure we had all our needs met and definitely earned themselves a generous tip.

I would not recommend going to Jeffrey’s for just an any day nice dinner because of how upscale the establishment is. It is perfect for a birthday, graduation, or anniversary dinners for those who want to treat themselves to a sophisticated and delicious night.

Jeffrey’s blew me away from every standpoint and I cannot wait till I have another excuse to get dressed up and eat there again.