Meals might start off with Maine lobster salad before entrees such as 20-day dry-aged rib eyes or Colorado lamb chops hit the table
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $62.52 for $100 worth of steakhouse cuisine for dinner for two
- $115.02 for $200 worth of steakhouse cuisine for dinner for four or more
- See the menu here.
The Fine Print
Embers, which has been serving steaks with hearty potatoes and refreshing martinis since 1985, knows a bit about the benefits of time. Its chefs hand-pick slabs of beef, then dry-age them in house for 20 days. This process allows the enzymes present in the beef to break down the meat, which results in highly complex, concentrated flavors.
All of Embers' rib eyes, T-bones, and porterhouses are aged this way, and come with the option of chipotle and roasted garlic seasonings and Au Roquefort rubs. The steaks are joined on the menu by specialty dishes such as grilled Scottish salmon and pan-roasted calf's liver with bacon and onions. Meanwhile, Embers' wine menu features a thoughtful selection of international wines by the glass and half-bottle.