If looking out over Newburyport Harbor from Stripers Grill's waterfront deck gives you a craving for fresh seafood, then you have to come to the right place. The menu brims with fresh catches, from appetizers of fried cherry-pepper calamari to entrees that include seafood casserole, pan-seared duck, and Stripers steak tips. Lobster fans will be torn between a shore-style low boil with 1.25 pounds of meat, corn, and red potatoes, and Stripers colossal lobster roll served on an oversized bun. Those who prefer turf to surf can order one of the steak or pasta dishes. Regardless of their selection, all guests enjoy soup and a sprawling salad bar, which accompany each entree for no additional charge.
Situated on Salem’s scenic Pickering Wharf, Capt's Waterfront - Premium Steak & Seafood Grill provides guests with picturesque harbor views from its upstairs dining room and deck or first-floor bar and grill. While catching sports games playing on the widescreen televisions, guests in the bar and grill can overlook the harbor while cozied up next to the fireplace. Upstairs, the main dining area offers an ideal atmosphere for a romantic date or special event, with a full wine list and meals of charcoal-grilled steaks, lobster, and other market-fresh seafood. On Sundays, brunch momentarily takes over the eatery, with specialties such as lobster eggs benedict and apple-and-cheese French toast box served with a Bloddy Mary bar and bottomless coffees or espresso drinks.
The chefs at Rosaria take pride in their steaks, insisting on working only with cuts of aged, corn-fed Midwestern USDA Prime beef. They exert equal energy and care when it comes to crafting their Italian dishes and seafood specialties, grilling the finest cuts of swordfish and salmon. Rosaria's elegant dining rooms tout glimmering chandeliers that beam down on hardwood floors, white-clothed tables, and big cushy banquettes. Behind the glossy wood bar wait more than 200 different varieties of international wines. The restaurant offers guests the option of having their own private wine locker, where they may keep their favorite bottles safe from malevolent corkscrews.
Aikia Steakhouse's staff goes beyond providing food: the chefs make elegant presentation a core part of the dining experience. From arranging sushi rolls artfully on plates to sizzling hibachi entrees on teppanyaki tables right in front of customers, the team takes the doldrums out of dining without the use of motorcycles. Their menu catalogs 20 hibachi dinners, including filet mignon, 28 maki and hand rolls, and several lunch specials. The decor is as upscale as the culinary presentation, with rows of plants set against wood accents and shoji screens marking private tatami rooms.
When Ricardo and Nancy Mermet opened Tango Restaurant, their mission was to bring a flavorful slice of Argentina to the Northeast. Sides of beef rotate slowly on spits over an open-flame grill, searing to premium tenderness and juiciness before a knife-wielding asadore (grill chef) carves off the choicest cuts. The menu revolves around beef entrees, such as filet mignon topped with roquefort cheese, but it also showcases grilled chicken marinated in lemon sauce and seafood dishes such as seasoned sole prepared with red sauce and cheese. Adventurous diners can try delicacies such as kidney and sweetbreads (usually made from the throat or pancreas), and super-adventurous diners can enjoy their meals while suspended above a shark tank.
Tango's vinegar-parsley chimichurri sauce complements the flavor of entrees, leading some diners to eat up to 2 pounds of meat in a single sitting, according to Ricardo and Nancy. Tango's chic wood bar pours wine and beer, and an open space invites diners to shimmy off their dinner by performing the eatery's eponymous dance amid dim mood lighting and exposed brick walls.
Jimmy's Steer House offers juicy cuts of meat, making it one of the best steakhouses in Arlington. Put the diet on pause when you visit Jimmy's Steer House — there are no low-fat menu items. Complement you meal with a beer or wine from Jimmy's Steer House delightful drink menu. No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at Jimmy's Steer House.
Jimmy's Steer House is first-come, first-served, so plan accordingly. Jimmy's Steer House offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties. If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. Through their catering service, Jimmy's Steer House can also set out a delicious spread for your next party.
The neighboring lot provides free parking to patrons.
A mid-priced establishment, Jimmy's Steer House offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less. Major credit cards — including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express — are accepted. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.