At Tommy’s, candlelight casts dark wood wainscoting, burnt-orange walls, and stone floors in a warm glow. The elegant eatery—which has been hailed by Frommer’s as “the most creative restaurant in Visalia"—complements its environs with equally haute cuisine. Chefs serve succulent steaks on cedar planks and drizzle them with southwestern flourishes such as tequila-roasted green chilis, poblano cream sauce, and a single cactus tear. Additionally, Tommy’s stocks its wine cellar with an ample wine selection.
Fugazzis brings sophisticated ambience and casual fine dining to its clients with menus melded from fresh, local ingredients. Fugazzis California Bistro, the collective's flagship restaurant, parachutes palates into a metropolitan atmosphere matched with modern appetite appeasers. Delve into its menu with an order of sweet-potato fries ($6.75) or coconut prawns ($8.95) before opting for the Fugazzis Pizza, boasting barbecue sauce, chicken, artichokes, and sun-dried tomatoes ($13). Sandwichy sustenance includes the halibut wrap ($11.50), and more elaborate entrees range from spinach-striped raviolis ($12.75) to a grilled rack of lamb ($24.95). Fugazzis California Grill serves up lunch and dinner for both midday marauders and moonlit mischief makers. Dinner highlights include a pear and walnut salad tiara’d in tangy honey-mustard dressing and blackened grilled chicken ($10.75), as well as fire-flicked flare such as a 10 oz. filet mignon ($24.95) and an Atlantic salmon filet ($19.95).
Outback Steakhouse offers a wide range of popular favorites from the bloomin’ onion, a world famous appetizer to their amazing signature sirloin steak. With locations all across America, Outback has built a great reputation by serving up delicious grilled shrimp, steaks and chicken in a large, lively venue with an Australian flair. Their menu has many familiar foods such as baby back ribs, but they often add seasonal specials such as sirloin portabella and New Zealand lamb chops. Their herb-roasted prime rib & lobster special features slow-roasted prime rib served with luscious lobster tail. Most of their entrees are served with their signature side salad. Their dessert menu includes the Sweet Adventure Sampler Trio which has three different desserts on one plate. It’s perfect for sharing with friends. This location is found at 5051 Stockdale Hwy, Bakersfield, CA 93309.
Tahoe Joe’s Famous Steakhouse takes a little piece of the Lake Tahoe cozy cabin experience and plops it down right in the middle of your very own Bakersfield. Enjoy their signature dishes of slow-roasted, wood-broiled steak, Railroad Camp Shrimp, or delectable Nevada Cheesecake under rustic pine log beams and in the warmth of the stone fireplace. The service here is extraordinary, inspired but the larger-than-life figure from which the restaurant got its name, Tahoe Joe. Joe was a chef at a diner in the Sierras and was well-known throughout the region for both his excellent food and charming, welcoming personality. He often personally visited tables and chatted up the guests. The staff at Tahoe Joe’s follows his example and treats patrons just like they would their friends and family.
With several locations on the West coast, Black Angus Steakhouse is a salute to the Old West and the cuisine with which it’s associated. Of course, Black Angus Steakhouse serves only the finest aged black angus beef. While their steaks are undoubtedly the hit of the show, there are several other options on their menu. Starters include fresh-grilled artichokes, jumbo shrimp, and loaded potato skins. A number of salads and sandwiches, including hamburgers, are also listed. You can also opt for lobster, salmon, or several other options of seafood for either an entree or to enjoy alongside your steak. Black Angus Steakhouse offers an authentic All-American experience. Climb aboard your trusty steed and head on over.
Sometimes you need a good steak. The Hungry Hunter provides a comfortably upscale steakhouse experience in Bakersfield. You won’t find stuffed animal heads or other types of hunting decorations at this steakhouse, but you will enjoy meat with quality fit for a hunter. Diners are greeted with dim lighting, spacious seating and comfortable chairs. Try the prime rib with a glass of wine or enjoy their table-side salad bar. It’s true steakhouse dining with the selection and ambiance of a fine restaurant. An experience unlike any other in Bakersfield, The Hungry Hunter fulfills both the hunter and royal in every meat lover.