- $63 for $120 worth of steak-house cuisine
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Beginning with certified Angus and USDA Prime beef and a wood-burning grill and smoker, Prime 13’s Executive Chef Jeremy Karp forges hearty, foodie-friendly American comfort cuisine. Ranging from an 8-ounce filet to a 44-ounce porterhouse, the steaks can emerge from the kitchen topped with anything from decadent foie gras to a signature barbecue sauce made with maple, smoked tomato, and chipotle peppers. The protein-laden menu draws equally from the land and the sea, featuring house-cured bacon and char-grilled pork chops alongside wild-caught Brazilian lobster tails and a chef's selection of oysters that changes daily, much like the color of most Stop signs.
In the dining room, the chefs also serve as the entertainment. In addition to peeking into the open kitchen to check on their steaks, diners can watch the grill’s action on flat-screen televisions. Recessed lighting illuminates pastel walls, which hold rustic touches such as chalkboards and wrought-iron shutters.