February, 2023 Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.
Below are the latest Eddie V’s menu prices.
Eddie V's Oyster Bar
|Thatch Island (Each)||$3.00|
|Thatch Island (Half Dozen)||$18.00|
|Pink Moon (Each)||$3.00|
|Pink Moon (Half Dozen)||$18.00|
|Blue Point (Each)||$3.00|
|Blue Point (Half Dozen)||$18.00|
|Mayflower Point (Each)||$3.00|
|Mayflower Point (Half Dozen)||$18.00|
|Kusshi (Half Dozen)||$24.00|
|Totten Inlet (Each)||$4.00|
|Totten Inlet (Half Dozen)||$24.00|
|Royal Siberian (20g)||$75.00|
|Kaluga Huso (20g)||$145.00|
|Imperial Osetra (20g)||$115.00|
|Caviar Tasting (36g)||$165.00|
|The Shellfish Tower||$70.00|
|The Big Eddie||$120.00|
|Maine Lobster Tacos||$20.00|
|Point Judith Calamari||$17.00|
|Jumbo Lumb Crab Cake||$19.00|
|Steak and Lobster Tartare||$18.00|
|Hawaiian Yellowtail Sashimi||$18.00|
|Chilled Gulf Shrimp||$16.00|
|Tartare of Pacific Ahi Tuna||$15.00|
|Maine Lobster Bisque||$13.00|
|Crab and Corn Chowder||$11.00|
|Heirloom Tomato Salad||$15.00|
|Fuji Apple Salad||$12.00|
|Shrimp and Crab Chopped Salad||$16.00|
|Warm Goat Cheese Salad||$14.00|
|Classic Caesar Salad||$11.00|
|Georges Bank Scallops||$36.00|
|Pacific Ahi Tuna||$36.00|
|Jumbo Gulf Shrimp||$33.00|
|Double Breast of Chicken||$26.00|
|Miso Marinated Tofu||$25.00|
|USDA Prime KC Strip Au Poivre (16 oz.)||$54.00|
Premium Hand-Cut Steaks
|Center Cut Filet Mignon (8 oz.)||$40.00|
|Center Cut Filet Mignon (12 oz.)||$48.00|
|USDA Prime Bone-In Ribeye (22 oz.)||$52.00|
|USDA Prime KC Strip (16 oz.)||$50.00|
|Add Alaskan King Crab Legs Indulgence||$39.00|
|Add Crab Indulgence||$17.00|
|Brussels Sprouts, Bacon and Shallots||$10.00|
|Au Gratin Cheddar Potatoes||$10.00|
|Broccolini with Lemon and Garlic||$10.00|
|Sautéed Spinach with Garlic and Parmesan||$10.00|
|Truffled Macaroni and Cheese||$13.00|
|Crab Fried Rice with Mushrooms and Scallions||$14.00|
|Grilled Asparagus with Crispy Prosciutto and Shirred Egg||$13.00|
|Butter Poached Lobster Mashed Potatoes||$18.00|
|Roasted Beets with Candied Walnuts||$10.00|
House Made Desserts
|Bananas Foster Butter Cake||$11.00|
|Hot Chocolate Godiva Cake||$11.00|
|Dark Chocolate and Crushed Toffee S'mores||$10.00|
|Hot Apple Cobbler||$12.00|
|Butterscotch Panna Cotta||$9.00|
|Fresh Seasonal Berries||$9.00|
|Sorbet and Ice Cream||$9.00|
About Eddie V’s
The fruits of the land and the sea can be enjoyed in seafood and steak restaurants and the chain of Eddie V’s Prime Seafood restaurants is among the well-known brands in the United States. The food and drinks in Eddie V’s may be more expensive than your usual fast-food and fast casual restaurants but their excellent quality makes every cent worthwhile.
Keep in mind that the dishes served at an Eddie V’s restaurant may have allergens, especially the seafood dishes. But you may also ask the chefs for vegan and vegetarian dishes. You may be surprised that your requests may be graciously granted.
Guy Villavaso and Larry Foles opened the first Eddie V’s in Austin, Texas in 2000. By 2011, the chain was sold to Darden Restaurants, Inc. and, in the process, became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Darden’s Specialty Restaurant Group.
What They’re Famous For
The Eddie V’s Prime Seafood dining experience shouldn’t be missed whenever you find yourself in a city where one of its restaurants is located. Your experience will be characterized by truly delicious steak and seafood dishes made from the best cuts and catch, as well as the best fresh oyster bar this side of the country. Your palate will definitely find its match in these dishes, especially when you have gourmet tastes.
Why Eat Here
As soon as you walk into an Eddie V’s restaurant, you will be greeted by friendly smiles – truly, a warm and welcoming attitude that makes the visit even more enjoyable. You may or may not make reservations but you and your group will likely be seated quickly, a good start to your dining experience. If possible, you should make the reservations especially on weekends when the restaurants can be full of people lingering over their meals.
In many Eddie V’s restaurants, the dining areas are beautiful and spacious, especially the ones with upstairs and downstairs dining areas. There’s usually a bar area where men and women mingle over their specialty cocktails, wines and other alcoholic drinks. The wine racks are impressive, too, as well as being part of the attraction in the restaurants.
The romantic atmosphere partly comes from the sultry yet subtle earth tones complemented by bold artworks and wood finishes on the walls. The classy and upscale restaurants require dressy attire from its diners so these are great places to bring family and friends, as well as dates, who you want to impress with your impeccable taste in food. The diners are mostly adults since the restaurants aren’t exactly kid-friendly; there are no kids’ meals here and the facilities aren’t designed for their use either.
There’s almost always live music, particularly from the jazz genre, in the restaurants. You and your group will find that the enjoyment of food becomes enhanced when relaxing music plays in the background. Yes, you can still carry normal conversations with each other – no need for shouting in each other’s ears – even with the live band.
The daily happy hour isn’t to be missed either. You can treat your family and friends to the reasonably-priced fresh seafood appetizers and signature cocktails.
The customer service here is among the best we have experienced so far, particularly in its niche. Just mention that one of your group is celebrating his or her birthday and a special treatment will be given. Your group’s table, for example, may be decorated with rose petals and the birthday celebrant will be provided with a card; small touches that speak about the restaurant’s thoughtfulness for its customers.
But you’re here for the food and drinks and these are so delicious that you may never think of steak and seafood dishes the same way again. The secret lies in the use of the best ingredients – fresh fish including yellow fin tuna and scallops delivered daily, as well as USDA Prime steaks hand cut and aged well for the best flavors.
Most of the dishes prepared in the kitchen are made from scratch so diners have the assurance of freshness in every bite, too. The dishes include lobster tacos; crab cakes with luscious Jumbo Lump crab meat; Hawaiian Yellowtail Sashimi with ponzu, red chilies, and cilantro; Filet Medallions Oscar Style with asparagus and Jumbo Lump crab; and Jumbo Gulf Shrimp. The misoyaki butterfish has a melt in your mouth quality while the Chilean sea bass is so lovely.
And the generous portions of steaks are always cooked to perfection! Eddie V’s has perfected the technique of letting the steak shine on its own yet also enhancing its taste and texture with the right vegetables, sauces and side dishes.
Be sure to end your meal with the luscious desserts. We recommend the banana foster butter cake, a sweet treat that comes with a show – it will be flambéed right by your table.
To learn more about Eddie V’s or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.eddiev.com.
Eddie V’s FAQ
How much is Eddie V's Pink Moon (Half Dozen)?
Pink Moon (Half Dozen) – $18.00
How much is a Kusshi (Half Dozen) at Eddie V's?
Kusshi (Half Dozen) – $24.00
How much are Caviar Tasting (36g) at Eddie V's?
Caviar Tasting (36g) – $165.00
How much does a Eddie V's Hawaiian Yellowtail Sashimi Cost?
Hawaiian Yellowtail Sashimi – $18.00