The Newsroom

75% love it
A celebration of American tradition
American eclectic menu plus bread, pastries, handmade and coffee hand-roasted in-house. Its seven dining areas are each spacious and uniquely decorated with newsy themes from journalism & media.


    • Dean2852
      Dean2852 Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Over rated
      We had a party of six and the waitress was heavily pushing the Brie curds but they tasted like state fair funnel cakes, poorly deep fried. Then she went on to pushing the Berkshire Pork which three ordered. All were ove cooked and dry, I had Pepperd pork ordered med rare, and it came out over cooked, dry and tough. Overall, most were disappointed and not in faver or returning.

    • jmdawson73
      jmdawson73 Over a year ago
      Hates it

      trusted the rating, disappointed.
      Food was mediocre at best and had to wait forever for it to get served.

    • bigham
      bigham Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Worth a visit
      I only stopped in with a colleague to drink beer and watch the Suns lose to the Trailblazers. However, this place is large but is split up into smaller areas - so it doesn't feel like a cavern. To the right of the main room is a sports viewing den with two dozen screens - you can see from any chair in the room. Will definitely go back and try some food next time.

    • Texasfruit
      Texasfruit Over a year ago
      Loves it

      American Food - GREAT patio and people watching!
      Went here 5-24-08 with a large group (14) Service was fast and effcient, with awesome drinks coming out too! Calimari was quite tasty with some sort of pineapple-horseradish sauce that was TO DIE FOR! Food was prepared nicely, crowd was small for a Saturday night, but people watching was incredible! The bathrooms don't have a sign stating Mens/Womens, you have to look at the newsprint on the walls - felt like a unisex bathroom, where you could look into the other one. Cool? Creepy? You decide. Otherwise, a great place!