- $25 for $40 worth of gourmet seafood and steakhouse cuisine for two
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Sterling's Seafood Steakhouse
More than 340 wines, hand-picked by sommelier and frequent TV wine consultant Philip DeManczuk, each await their culinary mate at Sterling's Seafood Steakhouse. It may seem daunting to choose just the right one, but that's where the electronic wine lists come in. These fully loaded iPads guide guests with a wealth of information, including ideal pairings, the vintners' philosophy, and details about the grape's background. With this innovative system, along with the overall girth of the collection, it's no wonder that Sterling's consistently earns the Wine Spectator's "Award of Excellence."
Beyond all of those impressive wines, however, lies the main event: the cuisine. Though it has all of the staples you'd expect from an upscale steak and seafood restaurant (think filet mignon and almond-encrusted Pacific black cod), the menu also ventures into creative territories. Chefs often infuse iconic items, including slow-roasted prime rib and bone-on strip steak, with inventive flavorings, such as shiitake mushroom sauce, morello cherry barbecue, or chipotle hollandaise. They even gussy up macaroni and cheese with glamorous jewels of king crab, truffles, and pancetta. The result of all this culinary tinkering is a lineup of gourmet dishes that marries classic fine-dining elements with modern and surprising flourishes.