Now that spinach has been deemed a performance-enhancing vegetable, Popeye's future shortstop career hinges on his transition to lean sirloin steaks. Get a sailor's worth of energizing steakhouse eats with today's deal. For $18, you get $40 worth of fresh, seasonal American cuisine and drinks at Jim Edmonds 15 Steakhouse. Reservations are required, so call ahead or send a silver-surfing herald to foretell your coming.
Since a menu comprised entirely of mouth-watering steak would be both unimaginative and difficult to read if overcooked, Chef Andrew Shrensker lets 15 Steakhouse's diners choose from a wide range of favorably flavored menu options made fresh from rotating, seasonal ingredients. Lead off with some toasted chorizo dumplings dipped in tomato jam ($8)—or skip the appe-teasers entirely and head straight for home plate with options such as build-your-own burgers or one of Jim Edmonds' 14 oz. rib eye steaks ($29). If you want to separate the men from the boys without dividing the turf from the surf, combine beer battered ribs ($9) and pesto crusted salmon ($20). A lengthy list of sides lets you pair your main plate with wild mushrooms, cheddar, garlic or butter mashed potatoes, fries with buttermilk basil peppercorn aioli, or mac 'n' cheese ($5 each).
Much as fresh-spun Louisville ash absorbs the force of any well-pitched fastball, the elegant wood interior of 15 Steakhouse takes in ambient noise and smoothes it to a calming hum. The steakhouse's cove of earth-toned spaces provides ample seating for parties of up to 350 people. And as the weather gets nice, you'll be able to toast Mr. Edmonds and other past Cardinal greats on the outdoor patio. The baseball gods may even bless your piety with an out-of-the-park homerun from nearby Busch Stadium—or, if the jet streams are in your favor, an unusually foul ball from Wrigley Field.
According to St. Louis magazine, "steak is spoken fluently" at Jim Edmonds 15 Steakhouse. Sauce magazine shortlists the seasonal BLT on a Hawaiian roll while OpenTable reviewers award it an average of 3.7 stars; 74% of more than 200 Urbanspooners recommend the restaurant:
- Steak is spoken fluently at F15teen, though other dishes are worthy. A strip steak, 16 ounces and dry aged and tasting like it, is a dinner choice you won’t regret. – Dave Lowry, St. Louis magazine
- The honeyed sweetness of a Hawaiian roll hits first but is closely followed by a zingy zap from the mayo. Thick bacon cooked to perfection (the fat is crispy, but the meat is still tender) coats everything with its porky goodness just as sweet acid starts exploding from the tomatoes. Over it all is a whisper of bitter from the bright, fresh lettuce. – Dennis Lowery, Sauce magazine
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