Saturday, September 11, 2010
Westside gets a new great value priced steakhouse. Where steakhouses are normally the realm of just big lifetime celebrations, this restaurant brings high end steak to the people of the Westside and beyond. Menu items reflect traditional steakhouse fare, at a fraction of the cost. Warmed olive bread with butter arrived pronto at the table. For lunch, I ordered sliced beefsteak tomatoes with sweet Georgia onions a steakhouse classic for $6.50 with steak sauce. The sweetness of the tomatoes and the crunch of the onions makes for a great start. Next up, I ordered a center-cut porkchop which arrived glistening with steakhouse fries for $13. Perfectly cooked and oh so satisfying with the tasty large fries, I can't wait to return for dinner and order the porterhouse or ribeye. The dining room is pretty and faces the burgeoning scene on 10th Ave. Traditional sides like creamed spinach and baked potato are also available. Liquor license is in the works. Personalized service makes for a unique steakhouse experience.