Carvers Steaks & Chops prepares a menu of certified Angus beef in a traditional, friendly American steak-house atmosphere. Dive into an 8-ounce stuffed fillet, brimming with blue-cheese mushroom duxelle and tucked into a sleeping bag of bacon ($31), or wrap tongues around a 14-ounce whiskey-peppercorn pork chop crowned with mushrooms ($22). Nonbovine entrees include the parmesan-crusted sea bass, swiftly swimming through béarnaise sauce ($26). Specialty beverages from Carvers' full-service bar make excellent escorts for the upscale fare.
A bowl of clear soup and a salad serve as the opening act for the main attraction at Ooka Hibachi: the hibachi chefs. They stage cooking performances from behind the grill right by your table, flipping shrimp and sizzling steaks with the skill of a blackjack dealer with spatulas for hands. Away from the searing and excitement, there are sushi chefs in the dining room, who build maki rolls and hand rolls from fresh cuts of fresh fish and vinegared rice. Rounding out the menu of Japanese fare: teriyaki and tempura entrees, noodle dishes, and a number of sweet desserts, including a fried banana with ice cream.
Saddle Ranch Chop House allows diners to put together a feast from a menu loaded with steaks and salads, then rock and ride with the restaurant's "rock meets Western" theme. Chow on a sizzling steak, such as the charbroiled, marble-cut rib eye ($24.99), or chomp into the pineapple teriyaki burger, served with a wasabi cream sauce ($11.99). To wash down a full order of barbecue baby back ribs ($21.99), take part in the Texas Tea Party, a stiff concoction of vodka, gin, rum, tequila, sweet-and-sour mix, and Coke. Saddle Ranch Chop House's seasoned chefs also cook breakfast and brunchy grub, such as cinnamon swirl Texas toast ($9.99) and buttermilk pancakes topped with fresh fruit ($8.99), until 3 p.m.
Yellowtail Sushi and Steak in Glendale has some of the best sushi around. Servers Ken and Kat are something of local celebrities, known to most frequenters of this sushi joint as the friendly faces that serve Yellowtail’s delicious food. The artfully arranged rolls of sushi at Yellowtail don’t just look good, they also taste amazing. In addition to some of the more mainstream nigiri-based variants, Yellowtail also offers bolder takes on this traditional Japanese dish for the more adventurous foodies. There include their flaming hot Love-Love roll, the poignant Caliente roll, and the delicately flavored tuna roll. Non-sushi options worth sampling include the savory steaks and the delicious Mongolian BBQ.
Picture yourself arriving at Outback Steakhouse: you open the doors, and are immediately greeted by the aroma of fresh, flavorful steaks on the grill. You can practically taste that Bloomin' Onion now! Make this dream a reality by stopping into Glendale's Outback Steakhouse location. Outback has been around since 1988, so they've gotten the art of fun, unpretentious Australian food down to a science. They're known for their selection of beef and steak dishes, but never fear, beef-haters: there are plenty of chicken and fish options, as well a selection of under-600-calorie entrees for the healthily inclined. Stop into Outback Steakhouse to bring a taste of the outback into your life!
For a night of fine dining and legendary service with your special someone, this steakhouse has all of your favorites prepared just the way you like them. Check out their Prime Hand Cuts menu of steaks, which are always cooked to order and brought to your table on a sizzling hot plate to ensure a warm, delightful taste until the very last bite. If you’re in the mood for seafood the Wild Salmon and Swordfish are flavorful options that won’t disappoint. A list of delicious sides and a comprehensive dessert menu will round out your meal, and the impressive wine list and beer offerings are always available to perfectly complement your culinary creations.