From Our Editors
Though the chefs at Vick's Restaurant specialize in classic American meat dishes such as porterhouse steaks and ribs, they aren’t afraid to look toward the sea for culinary inspiration. Alongside their signature meats, they fill an eclectic steakhouse menu with lobster tails, a variety of fish filets, and fresh shrimp, which they can skewer, coat in coconut breading, or shower over noodles. The chefs’ seaward gaze, however, doesn’t just stop at the water—it extends to faraway lands thousands of miles away. You're just as likely to find them cooking Italian pastas or grilling chicken in the hibachi style of Japan as you are to find them sizzling up tender cuts of American-style sirloin or fresh tilapia. All the while, servers tote these international dishes alongside glasses of wine and beer to guests in the airy dining room.