Menus are laminated to prevent staining from diners' spilled coffee or attempts to pen steak into every item's description. Get the dish you really want with this Groupon.
$75 for a five-course steakhouse dinner and cabaret show for two (a $150 value)
- Lobster and chive pancake, cooked over a sphere griddle and served with sweet-chili dipping sauce
- French onion soup gratinee with caramelized onions deglazed with applejack brandy, blended with brown veal stock and topped with crostini and melted gruyere cheese
- Classic steakhouse wedge of lettuce with Danish blue cheese crumbles, bacon vinaigrette, and tenderbelly bacon lardons
- Parmesan-crusted 6-ounce filet mignon served with truffled gnocchi and roasted sweet corn
- Italian fritters filled with dark chocolate and raspberry jam
After dinner, guests head to the adjoining Diamond Cabaret for a steamy performance that celebrates dance and sexuality.
CY Steak stands as an upscale steakhouse laced with a bit of Las Vegas cabaret. Chef Douglas Mace—an honor graduate of both the Culinary Institute of America and Johnson & Wales University College of Culinary Arts—mans the kitchen, calling on his experiences working with Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto to add a farm-to-table philosophy to the menu. Rising star Chef Mace is on hand nightly to ensure diners relish the Kobe beef and oysters laced with three kinds of house-cured bacon, the slabs of grass-fed Harris Ranch beef, and the puddings and brownies made of Ecuadorean chocolate from small, ecologically sound farms. The wine and mixology program verges almost on fussiness: alongside complex cocktails and a 500-bottle-deep wine selection, a Cruvinet wine-tapping system keeps a shortlist of the most of-the-moment potions ready at hand. Beneath soft red lighting designed to create a comprehensively sensual atmosphere, crystal glasses and egyptian-cotton napkins make for place settings as luxurious as a remote-controlled caviar dispenser. Among the pleasure palace's other indulgences are a cigar selection curated by the owner's tobacconist son and, most eye-catchingly, Vegas-style cabaret entertainment that sends dancers shimmying before adult eyes.