Ruth's Chris dishes up delectable steaks and entrees to its customers with a smile, every day of the week. Founded in 1965, this steakhouse—now a franchise due to its growing popularity over the years—began as the dream of a single woman and became a favorite dinner spot for families across the North American continent. Come in and try a juicy steak prepared to order and served alongside your favorite sides. Ruth's Chris even offers Halal options for guests who need their food prepared in the Halal tradition, such as lamb chops and chicken. Open for dinner seven days a week as well as for lunch on Friday's, Ruth's Chris can put an end to your hunger on your schedule.
Truly an experience like none other, Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse is an exciting place to go. Delicious steaks are served with Brazilian flair alongside the stunning decor. They wonderfully combine natural wood tones with bright, exotic, red pillars and walls. On certain evenings, there is a samba show. Sit down, enjoy your meal, and be entertained by these amazing performers. The steaks and other meats are grilled in traditional Brazilian style— on large skewers over an open flame. The character and pizzazz of this place is undeniable. Treat yourself to a fun night out at the Copacabana.
Executive Chef Chaz Bulera and his team fashion dinner and lunch menus out of selectively sizzled meats, fish, and pasta. Lunch fare, such as a pulled-pork sandwich ($8) and a buffalo-chicken wrap with its coif of blue cheese ($9) effortlessly shame standard sandwich-shop selections. The dinner menu kick-starts appetite engines with sesame-seared ahi tuna ($9) and subtly seasoned calamari ($7) before revving them lightly with a portobello-pesto sandwich ($8) or heavily with a bacon-wrapped filet mignon ($21).
Red Mill Inn’s rustic, two-story exterior engenders idyllic visions of a bygone era. Black clapboard shutters pop against the old farmhouse's bright red walls, which were built in 1858, and a giant wooden water mill nestles beside carefully trimmed hedges. Inside, dark wood floors and paneling surround wood tables, a roaring brick fireplace, and antique light fixtures. But this bucolic atmosphere belies a hectic kitchen staff who bustle to conjure flames beneath tender cuts of prime rib and filet mignon. Famous for their char-grilled steaks, fresh seafood, and Sunday brunch specials, Red Mill Inn also specializes in down-home country classics such as pan-fried calf's liver and Yankee pot roast. After dinner, house-made desserts arrive courtesy of an onsite pastry chef, whose creations shock sweet teeth more than a retainer lined with Pop Rocks.
Fall into flavor with the tasty variety of Longhorn Steakhouse – fresh food at great prices! Their delicious carved shaved prime rib sandwich combos draws people from near and far. Served with your choice of warm soup or hand-chopped salad, it really hits the spot! There is a wide variety of themed, daily or holiday specials that will satisfy any cravings you might have – from juicy tender center-cut fillet topped with shiitake mushrooms to apple cider baby back ribs that fall apart in your mouth – it’s all made-to-order and extremely tasty. They serve the freshest seasonal veggies for superb results and guarantee you’ll only dine on the finest locally-sourced ingredients. Savor a meal that is hard to put into words.
Since 1967, Scotch 'n Sirloin's smoky scotches, sizzling steaks, and rustic cabin setting have made it a favorite destination for couples and ravenous lumberjacks alike. The kitchen grills up classic cuts including tender filet mignon and tangy teriyaki-marinated sirloin, and slow-roasts prime rib before plating it with sides such as baked potatoes and sweet potato fries. Besides beef, the restaurant also serves charbroiled lobster tail, center-cut pork chops, and hearty surf-and-turf platters. Bites are accompanied, naturally, by sips of fine scotches and bourbons.