Uptown’s The Place at Perry’s serves up all the classic, carnivorous fare steakhouses are known for, in a dining room that’s decidedly more modern than most, thanks to high ceilings, clean lines, sleek booths and abstract art. Prime beef from Niman Ranch is the name of the game here, with menu standouts including a massive bone-in “cowboy” rib-eye and a prime t-bone. Any steak can be fancified with accoutrements such as brandied mushroom bordelaise or Maytag blue cheese. And although beef is the main event, there’s plenty of other stuff to play supporting roles, ahi tuna cones, truffled beef carpaccio, scallop sashimi or caprese salad with fresh mozzarella. An impressive sides lineup includes crispy Brussels sprouts, grilled asparagus, “colossal” onion rings and of course the requisite potato preparations; here, they’re available baked, whipped, or fried and adorned with truffle oil.