Madeline's Steakhouse & Grill


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Slow-roasted baby back ribs in housemade barbecue sauce; grilled halibut with garlic-parsley butter; fried calamari with sweet chili sauce

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Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for alcohol. Valid dine in and carry out only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Dinner in October valid from 10/1/12-10/31/12. Dinner in August through September valid from 8/1/12-9/30/12. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Four Options

  • $8 for $16 worth of continental steak-house cuisine for lunch on Monday–Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • $15 for $30 worth of continental steak-house cuisine for dinner on Monday–Thursday
  • $15 for $30 worth of continental steak-house cuisine for dinner Friday or Saturday in either August or September
  • $15 for $30 worth of continental steak-house cuisine for dinner Friday or Saturday in October

The lunch menu includes hand-battered salmon or halibut with seasoned steak fries ($12.49) and cheesesteak sandwiches with hand-sliced prime rib ($9.49). The dinner menu includes a grilled new york strip steak ($19.49) and spicy Diablo burgers with jalapeño rings, pepper jack cheese, and chipotle aioli ($9.49).

Madeline's Steakhouse & Grill

"A lot of our recipes come from family," explains owner Adam Wheaton. "Alicia's cheesecake is my wife's sister's, our italian stuffed mushrooms come from an aunt, my wife's mom…has probably put her hands or ideas into everything we serve." Working from these recipes and others, the chefs grill up steaks, broil lobster tails, and make tortilla chips, crab cakes, and barbecue sauces in-house. Additionally, they help to accommodate restricted diets by forging a number of dishes devoid of gluten and chicken thighs that show too much skin.

This commitment to family is a recurring theme for the steak house. When the Wheaton family's daughter, Madeline, was diagnosed with severe epilepsy at age 3, doctors said the condition would steadily worsen over time and would likely claim her life in her teens. To say she proved medical professionals wrong is an understatement—she has only demonstrated improvement since then and continues to exceed expectations. The Wheatons, of course, wholeheartedly rallied behind their daughter, naming the family's restaurant after her and partnering with local charities to help raise awareness of and fight against epilepsy.

Dry Creek Steakhouse

At Dry Creek Steakhouse, beef is king, and that king's name is Angus. Working with certified Angus steaks, chefs introduce filet mignon, new york strip, and choice sirloin to the waiting flames of their grill. These cooked-to-order cuts form the backbone of the menu, but they're not the only delicious preparations that await diners. Rich pastas, inventive chicken dishes, and seafood including Atlantic salmon and Maine lobster occupy their own indulgent corners of the expansive menu.

Customer Reviews

great service.
Joshua F. · December 11, 2012
Great food
Doug C. · December 11, 2012
Great food. Loved the atmosphere and the service was excellent. I would recommend this place to anyone.
Keith B. · December 10, 2012

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