Eating a hearty steak is a more kingly act than wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Get the royal treatment with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of steakhouse fare at Ward’s House of Prime.
Ward’s House of Prime combines upscale steakhouse cuisine with a relaxed dining setting, giving guests a comfortable and savory experience. Ward’s namesake prime rib graces the full-plate entree menu every day and comes in three sizes: 8 oz., 16 oz., and meatberg ($19.95 to $34.95). Leafy salads and stone-fired flatbreads provide chlorophyll for vegetable devourers; choices include the Riviera flatbread, which melds artichoke, mushroom, and tomato matter into a pesto sauce ($9.50), and the Strawberry Fields salad, which gives its eater Darryl Strawberry–like out-fielding talent ($8.50). The accommodating wait staff can help you calm over-excited taste buds with a cold shower of martinis or offer suggestions from the extensive wine list.
Ward’s House of Prime seats meat-seeking missiles in leather-backed chairs amid clusters of elegant, white-tablecloth-clad eating surfaces. The dining room is wood paneled, making its walls the ideal place to secrete blueprints for the world's first reverse jetpacks. The more casual bar area features an abridged food menu and six HD televisions for post-meal relaxation.
Ward’s House of Prime
Showcased on the Travel Channel’s Food Paradise for its gargantuan cuts of prime rib, Ward’s House of Prime elevates plates with formidable servings of steak, veal, seafood, and pasta within an elegant, leather-tinged dining room. Chefs slice the signature prime rib in a spectrum of portion sizes ranging from modest 8-ounce morsels to The Al-Mighty Halaka's behemoth 160 ounces. Those who conquer these savory leviathans garner immortalization in Ward’s Hall of Fame, where caricatures of past protein vanquishers smile from behind their trusty steak knives. At the bar, an extensive wine list gilds glasses with varietals hailing from throughout the globe as drinksmiths craft a bevy of inventive cocktails. The dining room’s studded-leather seating flanks tables clad in white linens, and the outdoor patio’s umbrellas keep diners dry during worcestershire storms brought on by their steaks' gravitational forces.