The food was okay not remarkable I ordered a hamburger they did not tell me in advance it had bacon on it and my husband and I do not eat bacon. It seemed like there were a lot of people working there but the service...More
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lots of very good french food in an outdoor setting with nice service and a good wine list. not too expensive and located near the theaters. great place for a before theater dinner.
Have visited and enjoyed the cuisine and excellent service many times. Highly recommend you try them for dinner and drinks. Have enjoyed great occasions on their creekside loft and in the bar. We have never been disappointed.
We've been to The Loft a couple times, once for lunch a few years ago, and again for dinner in 2017. The food is always tasty, the men sophisticated and varied, the venue spacious and accommodating with choices for indoor or patio seating, and the...More
this has been one of our go-to spots when coming to Ashland (twice a year for over ten years now). Our first visit was on a Friday night, with another couple, and... well, there was a very large group that had taken over the main...More
My wife and I have eaten here 4-5 times over the past few years. The latest visit was disappointing. The food was simply 'ok' but nothing special as we had come to expect. Service was sluggish. So ok enough but won't be back soon.
Last summer I wrote a positive review of the Loft so we came back again. It was even better than last year! I reserved a table overlooking the creek about a week in advance, since Ashland is full of theater goers in summer. We went...More
Had the salmon special. I always get cranky when the fish is over cooked and is resembles jerky. NOT the case here. This salmon dish was one BEST salmon entrees that I have ever had. The skin was super crispy, yet the fish was exceptionally...More
Nice choices on menu. Had fresh oysters, very tender and tasty mussels Florentine and shared a fresh vegetable papparadelle in a rich saffron sauce. Recommend for dinnet before the plays. Right around the corner front the Shakespeare festival.