Diners recline on the aged-black-leather chairs at Christie's Steakhouse, sipping martinis as they watch as they watch international travelers drift in and out of the Crowne Plaza hotel. Servers emerge from the kitchen, nimbly juggling plates of Black Angus steaks, fresh seafood dishes, and artisanal pizzas. They set plates down on linen-clad tabletops, their faces illuminated in the glow of soft hanging lights and five glimmering widescreen TVs.
Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar's hibachi chefs pull double duty, acting as entertainers in addition to grillmasters. They captivate large groups of diners with whirling knifework, dynamic spatula twirls, and the occasional spout of flame at tableside hibachi grills, flipping hot portions of lobster and chicken directly onto waiting plates. Behind the bamboo-finished bar, the sushi chefs move more slowly as they carefully seal colorful combinations of veggies, seafood, and vinegar-anointed rice within sheets of delicate seaweed. Like a poltergeist beauty pageant, not all of the talent is visible to the eye—the culinary team makes some of the restaurant's most exotic dishes, such as kobe beef sliders and wasabi-crusted filet mignon, behind the closed doors of the kitchen.
Classics never go out of style, a truth that is both known and celebrated at Sweet Waters Steak House. Here, iconic American dishes showcase the menu?s combinations of comforting flavors. Chefs line the grill with as many as seven cuts of steak, including dry-aged sirloins and certified Angus strip steaks. Roasted organic chicken breast, pan-seared Norwegian salmon, and caramelized French onion soup serve as upscale takes on steak-house traditions.
With its dark wooden wainscoting, gilt-framed paintings, and green leather furniture, the restaurant?s d?cor mirrors the classical elegance of its menu. Crisp white linens adorn each table, catching the small bits of light cast by the dining room?s softly glowing lamps.
Boi Na Brasa means business when it comes to customer service! Some people say that their delivery is the fastest in the state, and best of all? It's completely free! Experience fine dining at the hands of true professionals who know every detail counts. The salad bar offers a wide variety of fresh, local veggies that you can arrange as you please, and the appetizers come out of the kitchen fresh and piping hot. Everything is served with a smile by the friendly waitstaff, so you're sure to have a pleasant experience. Meat lovers will hail the popular Chicken Hearts, the Turkey Wrapped in Bacon and the Garlic Steak – each cooked to perfection into a mouth-watering blend of flavors and aromas. Share them with friends over a nice cool pitcher of Sangria and an order of authentic Brazilian Cheese Bread.
Built in a former bank, Fernandez Steakhouse welcomes you in with a giant vault in the foyer! This fun and charming spot offers a variety of both decor and dishes that you surely won’t forget. This Hispanic and South American themed restaurant serves a multitude of delicious possibilities. Start out with sautéed prawns in brandy sauce, Basque thin sausage with mushrooms and shrimp, or one of their many salad options. For your entree, choose from not only steaks, but also seafood and pastas. Taste their creative grilled Chilean sea bass with lemon butter sauce, pineapple, and banana. And, of course, be sure to try one of their signature steaks like bacon wrapped filet mignon, grilled shell steak, or barbecued short ribs.
Chic contemporary surroundings, dozens of fine wines, and thick cuts of prime choice beef?KC Prime sets the stage for an upscale dining experience. But the restaurant goes beyond steak. Whether diners visit the New Jersey or Warrington location, they can delight in a dinner of sesame-crusted ahi tuna, tender baby back ribs, crab-cake sandwiches, or Scottish salmon with mustard spaetzle. But the main event, of course, is the beef?filet mignon with bourbon sweet-potato mash, succulent prime rib with wasabi mashed potatoes, and a hefty chunk of porterhouse drizzled with a peppercorn steak sauce.