Dine in style at the house of swank. Today's Groupon pampers your taste buds with $75 worth of food and drink at Dino's Steak and Claw House for just $35.
Dino's menu is full of mouthwatering culinary experiences. Start off dinner at Dino's with the frizzled calamari with sweet San Marsano tomato-saffron compote or the yellow and green heirloom tomato salad. Indulge in delectable dishes like Maine lobster crusted with crabmeat in a garlic-lemon sauce or seared NY strip crusted with Parmesan and Asiago cheeses. Dino's offers equally decadent lunches and brunches for those whose daytimes never lack luxury. Lunch on house-ground beef medallion burgers smothered in smoked Gouda, roasted tomato, and garlic mayo, or brunch on poached eggs benedict over crab cake with sweet chili hollandaise. Check out Dino's extensive wine list for a perfect pairing, or ask your dutiful waitstaff for recommendations.
Though the exterior of the vintage bank building in Grapevine is unassuming, you saunter into a lush interior, complete with rich wood and wrought iron, a black granite bar, and a sofa and armchairs upholstered in crimson brocade. The attentive hosts and servers spoil you while music wafts your way from the piano that separates the bar and dining room.
- We stumbled across Dino's and spent the rest of the night there. The food, the music, everything was amazing. – jeff lambardi, Urbanspoon
- It was incredible! The beef was cooked just how I asked and the sauce was very unique - like nothing I had tried before. Good service and nice ambiance too! – Genevieve T., Yelp
- The wine list was great, our service was spot on. Chef Sage visited our table and made us feel at home. We especially enjoyed our drunken sing-a-long to the player piano. – Robbie B., Yelp
Dino's Steak and Claw House
Hints of French and Italian cuisine mingle with Texas culinary traditions at Dino’s Steak and Claw House, where chefs deconstruct classic surf and turf inside a vintage bank building. In the kitchen, they slice fresh garlic and heirloom tomatoes between trips to the grill, which sizzles with 8-ounce beef fillets and 20-ounce porterhouses. Lobster can be ordered with a crabmeat crust or a puffy jacket of ravioli and a pistachio-froth scarf. Meals unfold atop white linen tablecloths dotted with fresh floral arrangements, and chandeliers illuminate the dining room with a glow as warm and inviting as a welcome mat made of jalapeños. Work by local artists accents the entire scene, and grand-piano ticklings turn up the classiness to a glass-shattering 11. A black-marble bar adds an extra layer of luxury, which extends to a patio made for al fresco dining.
342 S Main St
Grapevine, Texas 76051Get Directions