Chicago Tribune: Dishes for Two on Valentine’s Day
The signature dish at this steakhouse chain (which reached the Chicago market in late 2013) isn’t even a steak (though the steaks are terrific here). It’s a monstrously large, slow-smoked pork chop, which arrives in all its 6-inch-tall glory before being deftly sliced for your convenience. Here’s a dish you can pass around a table of six without fear.Desserts are predictably hefty as well, and the tableside-flaming desserts (bananas foster, among them), while not marketed as shareable, have all the romance (and caloric impact) of a dessert for two. 5 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, 630-571-1808
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