The restaurant is located directly across from the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Center, so when you go to see a performance you can get good parking and enjoy quality dining. But be advised, it is very expensive, but worth treating yourself.
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This is the smallest Mastros in the chain. Regardless, out is fantastic. We had the shrimp, crab, lobster appetizer tower. Scrumptious.
I liked the atmosphere and service. The food and drinks were excellent but expensive. They have live music almost every night and an interesting crowd. Patrons seem like regulars and are recognized by the staff... More importantly, they're known for steak and I believe they...More
You can get just as good food at other restaurants for a much more decent price. So I would certainly say the food is over priced. Some people do like and would gladly pay for environment...not my thing
This is old school fine dining at its best. Excellent service, superb menu, and amazing food. You can't go wrong here as long as you are a carnivore.
The food was amazing. Serving was michelin star worthy. People were very kind and advising the menu very well. Had the shrimps as starter (served with dry ice and therefore smoking while being served). Fillet as main which was one of the best steaks I...More
This is an extraordinary restaurant with impeccable service, great appetizers, salads, main courses and desserts. If you're not a big eater, be prepared to split your salad and your main course, because the portions are huge. There are some unique side dishes such as lobster...More