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As noted, steaks top the menu here, from a 6-ounce petite filet mignon to a 28-ounce porterhouse, while the lively bar offers creative libations.
For many Vegas celeb chefs, burgers are also an opportunity to capture a customer that would never stumble into a restaurant where the filet mignon costs $55.
Haley enjoyed a filet mignon, which came wrapped in a bacon crust.
Some Father’s Day restaurant specials: ▪ Sullivan’s Steakhouse Leawood, Town Center Crossing, 4501 W. 119th St., Leawood: filet mignon and lobster tail combo, as well as other Sullivan’s favorites.
Cost: $48 for filet mignon and lobster tail special Contact: 913-345-0800 ▪ Summit Grill and Bar, 4835 N.E. Lakewood Way, Lee’s Summit: Father’s Day barbecue brunch, free beer for dad and live blues music.
The menu featured filet mignons, cowboy ribeyes and porterhouse steaks, as well as a wine collection that frequently received Wine Spectator's annual Award of Excellence.
Entree choices include Fleming’s signature eggs Benedict, cinnamon apple brioche French toast, California-style steak and egg scramble, New Zealand salmon cobb salad and a porcini-crusted 6-ounce filet mignon.
And organ meats ordered online from specialty farms may be more expensive per pound than filet mignon after shipping and handling.
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