They always had the freshest of food and the nicest of service. This is where we go to have a really proper meal and they do not disappoint.
A late lunch day after Thanksgiving, the town was getting ready for their big parade & tree lighting. We'd been here years before and loved it, a lot of friends recommended it. My steak marinated in balsamic sandwich with dijonnaise, red onions was super tasty, but the roasted sweet potatoes were just meh. And I'm a major sweet potato lover.... More
What a find! Staff is incredibly friendly, including the chef who came out of the kitchen to great guests. A fabulous selection of nightly specials in addition to a delicious nightly menu. The desserts are homemade; we adored the pots de creme.
The wine selection and food was very good. The service was good as well with the manager making an effort to check in on us etc. However, the pricing is high which would be OK if they accompanied that price with larger portions, higher quality place settings, utensils, glasses and real dark green mix lettuce etc. Adding these details would... More
Salida has gotten trendy in a good way. When we asked a local for a place to eat lunch she mentioned three restaurants within a block. We picked Laughing Ladies and were very glad. The decor maintains the old brick walls and tin ceiling with a modern friendly update. The service was immediate and very friendly. We had the special,... More
We arrived about 5:40 because we didn't have a reservation and thankfully were seated. The decor is unassuming - they let the food do the talking! Service was excellent and we were well attended to. I had the quinoa and butternut squash vegetarian plate that was filled with delicious goodies. No chance to get bored with any particular taste. Flavors... More
This was the only restaurant on a fall Saturday evening that had a line waiting for the doors to open at 5 pm! Husband dined on buffalo tri-tips and I had the Wahoo fish which was one of the four specials of the night. Both were cooked to perfection and were accompanied by one of my favorite side dishes-crispy polenta.... More
Finding ourselves in Salida near lunch time today, we thought the promise of food prepared by Napa-trained chefs held promise. So we joined the crowd in the brick walled front dining room of Laughing Ladies. We both had salmon served over a crisp polenta with a mild red sauce. The salmon was just done, meaning it was crisp on the... More
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