Boi Na Braza offers juicy cuts of meat, making it one of the best steakhouses in Cincinnati. Low-fat foods are not on the menu at Boi Na Braza, though, so plan to indulge a bit. Boi Na Braza also provides alcohol, so diners don't have to worry about bringing their own bottle. Little guys and gals will also love dining at Boi Na Braza, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu). Boi Na Braza is great for a large crowd and offers a private room for parties, celebrations or other merry gatherings.
Dress is typically casual at Boi Na Braza, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening.
The restaurant is adjacent to a parking lot, where optional valet is also provided. Street parking is readily available as well.
A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but reviewers rate the dinner menu the highest.
Enjoy a perfectly cooked steak and a generous portion size at Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse in Columbus. No need to miss out on Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has loads of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. The bar at Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer. Don't miss out on the private room at Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse — you'll want to reserve the space the next time you and your whole crew need a place to celebrate together.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go.
For convenience, patrons can park in the lot next door, and valet is also an option.
Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse is a bit of a splurge at around $50 to $75 for a meal. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but reviewers rate the dinner menu the highest.
The staple of Sushi Rock’s menu is its selection of roughly 50 sushi, sashimi, and maki rolls, which collect multiple Japanese flavors into one neat package. The Sushi Rock roll alone packs a punch of shrimp tempura, crabstick, salmon, tuna, asparagus, and masago. A slate of USDA Prime steaks and fresh seafood entrees such as sesame-seared tuna complement the sushi-bar creations. Each meticulously plated dish arrives in Sushi Rock's ultra-modern dining space, where backlit bottles glisten against a cityscape mural in the bar area, and color blocks of red and black pop in the dimly lit dining areas. Together, Sushi Rock’s choice food and hip vibe earned it a No. 1 ranking on CityVoter's Best Sushi list in 2010.
A whirlwind of utensils hovers over a sizzling grill under the ministrations of a deft hibachi chef, sending morsels of seared meat to diners seated around a crimson-hued circle of polished wood. Guests can request orders of teriyaki chicken, hibachi steak, or shrimp and watch the multitasking chef cook each meal to order while entertaining fellow diners and writing a grocery list to shop for after their shift. Vibrant, rustic murals and dioramas decorate the dining room, and lantern-style light fixtures cast a warm glow on tables and working fountain by the restaurant's entrance.
Founded in 1947 as a poker hall for traveling tycoons, The Clarmont became a steakhouse when it fell out of fashion to use grilled beef slabs as chips. Since then, the Columbus institution has added seafood and fresh fish offerings to its sumptuous menu. The culinary fireworks begin at dinner with the always-goes-fast prime rib of beef ($19.59), seasoned and roasted on-site each day, or The Clarmont's 50-year standby: 12 ounces of filet mignon ($30.99), which you can top with fresh mushrooms ($2.99), drizzle with port demi-glace ($2.95), and side with french-fried onion rings ($4.79/full order), among other things. Beyond the beef, discriminating diners can branch out into lamb osso bucco ($23.99), Long Island duckling in a bing cherry glaze ($21.99), or potato-encrusted salmon in an orange horseradish beurre blanc ($19.99). A wine menu featuring 17 by-the-glass options, such as Italian Al Verdi Pinot Grigio ($5.25), and more than 100 bottle options are available to pair with delectable dishes, as well as lubricate conversation that's been desiccated by too many office anecdotes.
At Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse, it?s not unusual to spot a movie star sipping martinis or a politician savoring their first bite of a juicy porterhouse. And the menu at this classic American steakhouse?which operates in eight cities across America?is just as impressive as the clientele it attracts. At each location, an Executive Chef expertly prepares USDA Prime dry-aged steaks and stacks shellfish bouquets with lobster, oysters, and other marine delicacies flown in fresh daily.?Savor classic cocktails or choose from an award-winning wine list, which includes Smith & Wollensky's exclusive Private Reserve?Cuv?e Meritage or Sauvignon Blanc. And if you want an excuse to linger, each location's resident Pastry Chef whips up mouthwatering specialty desserts, featuring the Gigantic Chocolate Cake and Coconut Layer Cake.