Before science deemed it edible in the early 21st century, steak was primarily used to ice down black eyes and build horrifying Frankensteers. Explore an edible arrangement of meat with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of premium steak and grill fare at Prime 1000.
Led by head chef Ray Carpenter, the chefs at Prime 1000 sear cuts of Black Angus, grass-fed Missouri beef, and Australian Wagyu to steaky perfection, pairing the menu's mains with an eclectic array of sides and drinks. Chefs dry age certified Prime beef slabs such as the new york strip steak ($45) in-house and char grass-fed Missouri rib eyes atop locally sourced heat ($38), with imported Australian Wagyu slaking exotic meat thirsts ($85). Displaced seafarers revisit the ocean by cracking into half-pound lobster tails ($35), and freshwaterers relive disastrous Missouri River float trips by swallowing whole Ozark trout ($27). Climbing diners can scale one or more salubrious sides, ranging from heaping helpings of ranchero beans to mountains of fries ($7 each). An expansive wine list provides aged grape cuts to match each meat, with abundant selections of domestic and imported varietals.
When most people think of art, their minds may fill with images of famous paintings or sculptures. But at Prime 1000, diners alight on a different kind of art––one the eatery dubs "the art of steak." With this approach, each dish is painstakingly prepared, with special attention paid to its presentation, which may include sprigs of fresh parsley or the autograph of da Vinci across a T-bone. Steaks are carefully selected for their flavor and tenderness, whether they hail from Australia or the nearby grassy fields of Missouri.