Unlike visiting a new neighbor’s house, visiting a steak house comes with a virtual guarantee that you’ll be welcomed, fed, and trusted with knives. Make a hunger-halting house call with today's Groupon to Yellow Rose Steak and Chop House in Flower Mound. Choose from the following options:
• For $55, you get dinner for two, including an appetizer, two salads, two entrees, one dessert, and two nonalcoholic drinks (up to a $120 value).
• For $100, you get dinner for four, including two appetizers, four salads, four entrees, two desserts, and four nonalcoholic drinks (up to a $240 value).
• For $145, you get dinner for six, including three appetizers, six salads, six entrees, three desserts, and six nonalcoholic drinks (up to a $360 value).
Yellow Rose Steak and Chop House's expert chefs conjure a menu of savory dishes built around free-range meat and fresh ingredients, earning the title of Best Steakhouse in Denton County in 2009 from the News Connection. Fillet authorities suss steaks from the top 2% of USDA Prime beef, and the multitude of free-range chicken, pork, and lamb dishes make for tasty meals that also clear consciences for future jaywalking transgressions.
Diners and their favored guests begin with an appetizer, such as tender bacon-wrapped scallops (a $10 value) or a Maryland-style crab cake ($12) before delving into a leafy interlude. Forks spear romaine fronds and homemade croutons from the caesar salad (an $8 value), and the blackened-chicken spinach salad (a $14 value) festoons its fresh ingredients with gems of feta cheese, candied walnuts, and sweet cranberries to increase its value at Sotheby's salad auctions. Slice through double-cut Aussie lamb chops paired with fresh vegetables and creamy potato dauphinoise (a $27 value), or delve into a steak-house signature with the 14-ounce hand-cut Angus rib eye, with sautéed mushrooms and garlic mashed potatoes supporting this meaty majesty (a $26 value). The Yellow Rose makes every dessert in-house and protects its recipes so supervillains can't bribe world leaders with tempting plates of chocolate lava cake (a $6 value) or bananas foster ice cream (a $6 value).
Softly glowing bronze-star lamps bedeck warm orange walls, and metal chandeliers decorated with animal silhouettes illuminate the dining room to build up the restaurant's Texas-tinged décor. Hosts greet guests at the door and invite them to take a seat a booth or table, or to climb onto a high-top chair along the curved bar to keep an eye on two flat-screen televisions and a nostril on meaty aromas wafting from the open kitchen. Friday and Saturday evenings bring live music performances to support steak savoring with taste-enhancing head bopping and digestion-promoting hustles.
The Yellow Rose Steak & Chop House
Good steaks begin with good beef, and The Yellow Rose Steak & Chop House features certified selections of Angus and USDA Prime beef. The chefs sear everything from 6-ounce cuts of filet mignon to 16-ounce, hand-cut rib eyes using simple seasonings of kosher salt, black pepper, and butter. This straightforward combination keeps the steak's natural flavor at the forefront. For a true steakhouse indulgence, the chefs also grill cuts of Allen Brothers' steaks—dry-aged for 40 days—whenever they are available.
The menu of hearty surf and turf doesn't stop with steaks, though. It also features down-home classics (think country-fried chicken with homemade gravy) as well as more extravagant plates (Australian lobster tail with drawn butter, anyone?). A modest wine list and classic-cocktail collection ensures a suitable drink to accompany any meal.
The steakhouse's dining room cultivates a romantic, yet rustic ambiance characterized by intimate lighting, dark wood furnishings, and a bar area decorated with silhouetted figures of moose and buffalo.
890 Parker Sq.
Flower Mound, Texas 75028