Topping a food chain is a tremendous achievement, which is why humans triumphantly plant flag-like toothpicks in burgers and belt the national anthem at their steaks before devouring them. Enjoy life at the top with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of steakhouse cuisine at Five O'Clock Steakhouse.
Since the Coerper family first started topping plates with fine cuts of beef in 1948, Five O'Clock Steakhouse has wowed patrons and garnered praise for its menu of USDA Choice steaks, hickory-smoked ribs, and fresh seafood. Launch meals with a helping of garlic bread ($6) before plunging fork tines into a slab of protein, each accompanied by a side of mushrooms sautéed in butter. Tear into a porterhouse steak, a specially selected slab of beef that sates people with an appetite larger than a bear waking up from hibernation on Thanksgiving ($39). The ultra-tender filet mignon, a steer tenderloin, can be ordered as a ladies cut ($28) or a kings cut ($40), and bacon encircles tender steak fillets, which are adorned with blue cheese and parmesan sauce ($28). For those who have already eaten several steaks that day, the jumbo-shrimp scampi nestles the flavors of fresh seafood into patrons' mouths ($24). In addition to the variety of craft beers available, the wine list hosts an expansive assortment of glasses and bottles that complements the cuisine.