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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.
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.
The order form includes cuts such as bone-in ribeye ($29 per pound), New York strip steaks ($29 per pound), brisket ($12 per pound) and porterhouse ($32 per pound).
FORT WORTH/TARRANT COUNTY Bird Cafe: Mother’s Day specials at the Sundance Square Plaza restaurant will include rainbow trout, lamb porchetta and veak porterhouse.
On the other side, BLT Prime’s $110 porterhouse for two can be accompanied by a $16 tarragon lobster fondue.
The rest of the plate is rowdy, with a rutabaga mash below the porterhouse and plenty of char on top of it.
Florence’s most iconic dish is, without a doubt, bistecca alla fiorentina: an enormous porterhouse steak, minimally seasoned with salt and pepper, grilled and served bloody rare.
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