Eating a hearty steak makes a man more kingly than wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Get the royal treatment with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 of steaky dining and beverages at Frank's Steaks in Jericho. This Groupon is valid for dinner only and does not apply to the prix-fixe menu.
Frank's dinner menu is filled with thick, meaty entrees and beefy appetizers. Load your table early with a starter of double gorgonzola bread ($5.95) and lump crabmeat cocktail bedded on fresh greens ($15.95), and then ready the dinner party for the entrees. Frank's celebrated Romanian skirt steak is marinated in a secret garlicky sauce ($27.95), and the 12-ounce filet mignon is served with your choice of béarnaise, bordelaise, or au poirve sauce ($34.95). Or order a 42-ounce porterhouse for two and watch Frank's expert servers forklift it to the table (au jus and butter, $81.95). Beef disbelievers can order a delectable platter of pan-seared jumbo shrimp (with beurre blanc sauce, $24.95) or devour roasted honey-pecan chicken ($19.95). To top off a family meal or a feast with multiple strangers, order a family-style side such as steak fries or mashed potatoes with sautéed onions (each $7.50).
The atmosphere at Frank's Steaks is kept casually upscale, with soft lighting, framed caricatures lining the walls, and white linen tablecloths cloaking wooden tables. Get today's Groupon and bond over heaping slabs of meat.
- The food speaks for itself! Salads and vegetables are consitstently [sic] wonderful. – RobertaB224240, Zagat member
- The Prime New York Strip was wonderful and they serve a delicious jumbo shrimp cocktail in a large goblet with lots of cocktail sauce and horseradish. – allpaulandmore, Citysearch
- Savory steaks, tasty chicken and seafood, and hearty family style sides make Frank’s one of our most beloved places to dine. – LarkV, Menunism
Frank's Steaks has all the respectable hallmarks of an old-school steak house: white table cloths, neatly folded napkins, and dim lighting setting the mood. But then there are the crayons. They aren't there to keep kids busy—they're there so inspired diners of all ages can scrawl art onto the butcher paper atop each table. The most compelling works are framed and hung on the walls of the establishment, a fitting goal for diners to strive for when waiting for their mouthwatering steaks to arrive.
The signature Romanian skirt steak is certainly worth putting a crayon down for—the tender, juicy cut comes dripping in a marinade of garlic and duck sauce. A 42-ounce porterhouse, meanwhile, easily satisfies two diners or two medium-sized tanks of piranhas. Desserts also come in generous proportions, featuring smooth sorbets, triple-layer chocolate cake, and ice-cream pies.