Medical wisdom recommends either three square meals a day, or two oblong chicken fingers and a tesseract filled with pickles. Shape your feast accordingly with today's Groupon to Shula's Steak House, located in the Westin New York in Times Square.
•For $10, you get $20 worth of sandwiches and salads from the lunch menu, served Tuesday–Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday–Monday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Lunch vouchers will also be accepted for brunch service, served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
•For $30, you get $60 worth of steaks and chops from the dinner menu, served Tuesday–Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Shula's Steak House specializes in juicy, premium, Black Angus–beef steaks, custom cut and aged to enhance succulence and flavor, as well as fresh seafood and scrumptious sides. Peruse the indulgent dinner menu, which includes such tantalizing dishes as the 12-ounce filet mignon ($44), the 20-ounce Kansas City Sirloin ($44), and the Florida red snapper ($36). The ravenously daring can tackle the gargantuan 48-ounce porterhouse ($86) and achieve gluttonous glory with an honorary membership to the 48 oz. Club, a society dedicated to beating Free Masons in super-secret kickball games held in a lair beneath the Pentagon. The slighter lunch menu satisfies midday munchies with hearty fare, like the grilled mahi mahi sandwich ($21) or the wedge salad ($17), featuring a medley of blackened chicken, bacon and blue cheese teetering atop a crunchy slab of iceberg lettuce.
Marked by its veneration of the Miami Dolphins, Shula’s classic steak-house décor features white tablecloths and dark wood paneling set against a sea of football memorabilia celebrating the Dolphins’ 1972 perfect season. The spacious dining room draws its sporty character from framed photographs of players and games, official NFL footballs bearing hand-painted menus, and Carl, the Dolphins' super-fan who lives enshrined in glass behind the hostess stand.
Shula’s Steak House
Shula’s Steak House romances diners with opulent white linens, cherry-wood walls, and football-themed décor, replete with photos of famous athletes in gold-plated frames. The restaurant’s appetizers, salads, and sides feature 3- to 5-pound Maine lobsters, oysters, and vegetables, satisfying those eaters who stray from meatier fare. All steaks served by Shula’s must meet eight meticulously defined criteria—marbling, maturity, consistency, leanness, flavor, appearance, and tenderness—before advancing to the next round of a steak-selection reality show. Legendary NFL coach Don Shula’s name marks restaurants across the country, signifying the utmost dedication to quality beef.