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Quinn's Old Town Grill

405 El Camino Real, Tustin, CA, 92780
(714) 731-2263

Created by pjm

Restaurant Details
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Price
Fun, Romantic, Business
Atmosphere
Not Required
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Hours
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Sat & Sun 8am - 3pm


Lunch served daily from 11am-3pm

Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm.
Payment
Mastercard, Visa, American Express
Location & Nearby Info
Quinn's Old Town Grill
405 El Camino Real
Tustin, CA 92780
(714) 731-2263
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Reviews & Comments
USER REVIEWS
Feb 03, 2008 - montgomerys68
Need to be a friend of the owner

Very unhappy! We really wanted to like Quinn's but it was hard. The owner obviously knows a lot of people and has done this place up right. We had been there before and enjoyed it. However, the last time we went it was one of the worst eating experiences I have ever had. The food had the potential of being good but wasn't. 2 of us ordered medium rare. 1 came out raw and the other well done. The potatoes had been sitting out and were spongy. We sent back the potatoes and were given more of the same. Had to send back a complete meal. I can deal with things going wrong but here is the part I can't deal with. The owner was there could careless. He was surrounded by many friends and must have thought we were just the picky pain in the butt customer, so basically we were written off.

Mar 08, 2007 - Smith07
Resturant needs attention

I've driven by Quinn's for months and always wanted to stop in. Last nite I did with my wife last nite for dinner. The service was excellent, very attentive to your needs. The dinner rolls were some kind of dessert roll and very dry not to mention small and limited. My wife tried the advertised TOP SERLOIN SILVERADO, Called a Baseball cut. Not So for John Moore to say he was a Rusty Pelican Manager is hard to believe, he would have known that a thich peice of Top Serloin is not a Baseball Cut, It was extremely tough and he needs to talk to find a new meat preveor if the term hand selected is to be used. For the price of the Meals Dinner for Two will cost you over $100.00 with tax and tip. We certainly like the idea of Quinn's but the food needs attention if it wants to live upo to an upscale dinner house.

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