What a experience of cooking your own experience steak in a historic building.
If you want to compare with sit down dinner then don't even try coming into here.
No place to impress a new date! but atmostphere is fun.
The meats are excellent. Some are freshed cut (Prime cut) and some are well aged (Choice ribeye).
Suggest talk to the butcher. He's experienced and proud of his work. He will explain the cut, the dark blood marks if two pieces sitting next to each other, the marble, the dry age process, etc...
Ask him about the approximate time to cook the steak each side according to your definition of medium rare to well done (who eat the well done steak?)
Besure to ask him for the BBQ Grill Meat thermometer. Recommended 115 F or less for medium rare.
Choose a spot in the middle of the grill for better heat. Be humble and learn how to do it right, else you eat what you cooked.
Besides order the sides, please check out the included all you can eat salad bar. Pretty good bar and sauce. The Texas Toast is not to be missed. Watch out for the butter, spread on one side only and do not flip, otherwise you will have a fire show and charcoal bread.
Beer and wine choices are good. Remember the price of them in a steak house, not in supermarket.
You can share the big portion of Prime cut and enjoy the meat with your partner instead of order the Choice ribeye. The servers and and the butcher are friendly and busy. You can help serve your own water if don't want to wait. You serve your salad, toast and steak anyway.
All in one, very unique and fun experience. Will have something to talk about for a while.
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