Inside Koto Steak House, two very different art forms are on display. At the hibachi grill, chefs turn cooking into an acrobatic spectacle as they flip cookery, crack jokes, and turn up the flames on Asian fusion fare. But the chefs at the sushi bar have a quieter technique, delicately assembling rice, fish, and veggies into artful sushi and sashimi rolls.
Fred & Steve’s Steakhouse schools appetites with a menu of succulent meat and fine oceanic fare. Enter the eatery’s two private dining rooms, and nosh on nautical morsels of chilled jumbo shrimp paired with treasure troves of black pepper cocktail sauce ($14). Beef tailors fit appetites around slabs of traditional prime rib ($30 for a regular cut), petit filet ($36), and new york sirloin ($38), saucing and styling them in rare form, upon request. Scope undersea selections of fresh Atlantic salmon ($28) or seared ahi tuna ($28) before spearing side dishes of lobster mac 'n' cheese ($14) and piles of red-skinned mashed potatoes ($7).
Craving steak? Head down to Longhorn Steakhouse in North Attleboro and choose your own cut of perfectly marbled beef.
If slimming down is on the agenda, note that the food here is anything but low in fat.
Ready for a drink to unwind? At Longhorn Steakhouse, you can pair your meal with something from their full bar.
The large dining space at Longhorn Steakhouse provides quick and easy seating options for large groups.
You'll want to save quiet conversations for another spot, though — the restaurant can get noisy.
Jeans are just right for a meal at Longhorn Steakhouse, which embraces a casual vibe.
Or, take your food to go.
A meal at Longhorn Steakhouse will typically set you back about $30.
Federal Taphouse & Kitchen serves casual fare prepared with gourmet consideration. Diners sip on racks of sticky ribs glazed in a Thai sauce and complemented by fresh ginger, or opt for a hearty flatbread topped with brown sugar?glazed bacon, grilled pears, and toasted cashews. The menu also boasts old-fashioned chicken 'n' waffles, paired with authentic Rhode Island maple syrup. Everything goes with the wide selection of craft beers and artfully selected wines, and the eatery mixes things up on Taco Tuesdays and daily Appy Hour specials.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar serves top-quality USDA prime beef in an elegant upscale setting. The have numerous locations across the U.S. and serve lunch and dinner each day. Fleming’s was founded in 1998 by Paul Fleming and Bill Allen, with the very first restaurant located in Newport Beach, California. They’re well known for their award-winning collection of wines. They offer private dining rooms for almost any size group and serve from a long list of club, classic and signature lunches, along with reserve and estate dinners. Each year, they sponsor a 12-month wine tasting of the best wines from around the world. Winners are then made available to each restaurant location. Besides serving the very best in steaks and prime rib, Fleming’s serves swordfish, Alaskan king crab, pork chops, chicken and many other enjoyable foods.
Ten Prime Steak & Sushi's executive chef, Lou Cruz, char grills a carnivorous array of hand-cut Prime and Certified Angus steaks. Each one has been aged for a minimum of 28 days and is accompanied by a complex sauce?always made in-house, sometimes via a two-day process. His juicy and flavorful steaks earned the restaurant The Providence Phoenix's best steakhouse award in 2011 and 2012.
Chef Cruz also whips up other specialties with equal care, including house-made meatloaf, swordfish, and velvety day boat scallops. On the lighter side, a full sushi bar serves up colorful nigiri and maki, including one made with Maine lobster, beef carpaccio, and truffle-chili oil. Diners can wash it all down with their choice of specialty cocktails and 14 wines by the glass.