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Review of Nick & Sam's

Nick & Sam's
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Ranked #83 of 3,899 Restaurants in Dallas
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $35 - $80
Cuisines: Steakhouse
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Good for: Large groups, Romantic, Bar scene, Families with children, Special occasions, Business meetings
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Neighborhood: Oak Lawn
Cross street: Carlisle
Description: Situated minutes from Downtown, Nick & Sam’s is a contemporary steakhouse featuring selections of prime meats as well as American and Australian Kobe and a variety of seafood. We offer a mostly American wine list of over 400 labels plus an international selection, with 20 wines by the glass. USA Today says “well-done”, ZAGAT “very good to excellent” and a 2008 recipient of the Five Diamond Star Award.
Reviewed July 23, 2014 via mobile

We were looking for a steak house with a good atmosphere. This place hit the nail on the head!! Loved it. Will certainly be back.

1  Thank Patrice F
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Reviewed July 16, 2014

All around professional as soon as you walk in. friendly staff and very attentive. best steaks in DFW awesome presentation.

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Thank 926calvins
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Reviewed July 15, 2014

We always spend our wedding anniversary at Nick & Sam's. They take the time to really make dining there an experience you won't forget. They sprinkle rose petals, deliver you a note, bring champagne and caviar from their caviar bar at happy hour and treat you like royalty. To top it all off, the food and atmosphere is incredible!

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Thank Danielle S
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Reviewed July 10, 2014

I loved the food. Steaks good. Prawns good. Chinsy cheap caviar given as a complimentary dish ruined a nice touch. Wine list good but overpriced. As is the food. Other than price a great experience. Good service. Sashimi was good. Lots of gluten free assortment .Bummer about battered French fries ,although those that ate them loved them.

Thank Restman18
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Reviewed July 6, 2014

It's a shame when restaurants like this become mundane and cliche. It's a very fine restaurant, serving very expensive very fine cuts of beef, in a very nice setting, with a very nice expensive wine list, with very nice service. Like all places like this it has its gimmicks to differentiate itself from the many similar spots around town: Expensive "art" for sale on the walls, foot high cakes, and bone in wagyu beef.

I am a detractor of the bone-in craze on non traditional boneless cuts, not buying the server's drone that "it adds flavor!" Bulls**t! A bone in filet here comes with a ridiculous long bone that could intrude on the folks at the next table, and is barely attached to the actual steak. Just another silly opportunity for the restaurant to make money selling you a "hey, look at me! I bought a ridiculous steak!". It's no different than servers sticking a sombrero on your head and doing a silly birthday clap at a Mexican buffet or a Beni Hana chef tossing shrimp tails in his hat.

Nick and Sams offers few touches of cooking originality. Basically, get you a big shrimp cocktail, a hunk of meat, a tater side, some creamed spinach, and there you go. It will be really good, really expensive, and really boring.

Thank Texzilla H
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