Good steaks begin with good beef, and The Yellow Rose Steak & Chop House doesn't let anything less than free-range, USDA Prime beef touch its grills. The chefs sear everything from 6-ounce cuts of filet mignon to 16-ounce, hand-cut rib eyes using simple seasonings of kosher salt, black pepper, and butter. This straightforward combination keeps the steak's natural flavor at the forefront. For a true steakhouse indulgence, the chefs also grill cuts of Allen Brothers' steaks?dry-aged for 40 days?whenever they are available.
The menu of hearty surf and turf doesn't stop with steaks, though. It also features down-home classics (think country-fried chicken with homemade gravy) as well as more extravagant plates (Australian lobster tail with drawn butter, anyone?). A modest wine list and classic-cocktail collection ensures a suitable drink to accompany any meal.
The steakhouse's dining room cultivates a romantic, yet rustic ambiance characterized by intimate lighting, dark wood furnishings, and a bar area decorated with silhouetted figures of moose and buffalo. Occasionally, the restaurant hosts live musical performances, encouraging guests to tap their feet and flap their vestigial wings to the sounds of a solo guitar or piano.