Though an American staple, steak dinners are constantly updated by innovative chefs who use new seasonings, sauces, and state-issued driver’s licenses to re-invent the food’s image. Savor contemporary American cuisine with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a three-course meal for two at E&E Grill House (up to a $112 value). The three courses include:
- Any two appetizers or salads (up to a $24 value).
- Any two entrees (up to a $70 value).
- Any two desserts (an $18 value).
Celebrating its grand opening, E&E Grill House carves a contemporary niche in the grand tradition of chophouses, plating four cuts of steak alongside poultry, pork, fish, and house-made pasta. The lunch and dinner menus present a spread of appetizers and salads that dazzle palates with updated classics such as the iceberg wedge ($8) spruced with candied bacon and hearts of palm, or innovative bites such as lamb skewers in spicy ethiopian sauce ($11). During dinner, diners can pair entrees with one of eight sides such as couscous, sautéed spinach, or black-eyed peas to escort blushing medallions of grilled hanger steak ($32) on tabletop dates, and charcoal-kissed broccolini and soy-pineapple glaze dress pan-roasted Scottish salmon ($32) for its evening performance. Chefs pile fragrant fries against the sides of house steaks and sandwiches at lunch to stoke inner bonfires and inspire tableside drum circles. Ripe fruit drops from its branches into seasonal cobblers ($9) during dessert, distracting diners from their Valhrona chocolate pudding ($9) long enough for vigilant partners to steal bites.
E&E Grill House’s décor mingles the sleek futurism of midcentury-modern design with bright swatches of color. A walnut-finished bar greets diners inside the glass-fronted restaurant, where tea lights, pendant lamps, and a fireplace in one of the two dining rooms cast a glow over wooden tables and chairs upholstered in canary-yellow fabric or vibrant Paul Smith stripes.
Theater District - Times Square
233 W 49th St.
Manhattan, New York 10019