Deciding between surf and turf can be difficult, but The Journey Steak House's executive chef, Jess Head, shares favorites right on the menu. Specifically, Jess says to begin with the jumbo lump crab cakes served with a spicy remoulade, then move on to the brandied crab bisque. For the entree, go with the certified Angus Kansas City strip, seared as all their steaks are, over a mesquite wood fire and not from a dragon yawn. If seafood's on the mind, try a South African lobster tail, among options such as bacon-wrapped shrimp or pan-seared scallops. The menu also lists favorite wine pairings for most entrees, both domestic and imported. Diners enjoy their meal of chops and seafood in an adobe-lined dining room whose decor recalls the West African coast.