Originally opened during the troubled days of the Great Depression, Magnolia Bar & Steak House continues a long tradition of friendly service and expertly cooked cuts. Satiation-seekers can start with an order of fresh homemade onion rings, hand cut and individually battered ($4.99–$7.99), or a cocktail of synchronized shrimp simultaneously raising their tails in a pool of Magnolia’s homemade sauce ($8.49). Next, sink teeth into one of the house's famous steaks, all hand cut on-site by professional meat cutter and beef whisperer Vern Vis. Sample a boneless top sirloin (8 oz. for $13.99, 12 oz. for $15.99), a tenderly marbled rib eye (12 oz. for $17.99), or a bacon-bundled filet mignon ($19.99), providing a palate-pleasing package for unwrapping by excitable tongues. For the less carnivorously inclined, a selection of fresh seafood and favorites, including chicken and pasta, are also available.