On an unplanned trip to Omaha, I decided to make the best of it and find a good steak. I parked near the library in the northwest corner of the old market district, and after wandering the shops, stopped at Sullivan's for dinner.
I told the waiter I like red meat and red wines. The wine list was about 20 pages, ranging from $35-$200+ bottles. I opted for a by-the-glass CA zin, so I'd be able to drive back to my hotel safely.
To stick with my red meat theme, I had the seared Ahi Tuna as an appetizer, and it was wonderful.
My steak, a dry-aged 14 ounce NY strip was cooked the way I like it, and with great skill. I like my steaks very rare, and that's sometimes hard for some places to get right on the strip (one end is narrower than the other, and tends to end up over-cooked).
I enjoyed my steak, and finished up with a larger than expected creme brûlée.
I wasn't really planning on spending $85 for dinner, but I think I got my money's worth.
They brought a warm loaf of white bread to the table, which didn't really fit my red meat theme. I didn't think to ask if they had pumpernickel instead.
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