CultureMap Dallas: Where to Eat Right Now
Like Pappas Bros., Perry’s has Houston roots; is that why it doesn’t get mentioned as often as Bob’s, Al Biernat’s, Nick & Sam’s, etc.? Which is silly because, in the steakhouse world, everyone does the exact same thing: Prime beef, shrimp cocktail, big Cab. Where a steakhouse makes its mark is the sides and desserts. At Perry’s, that means Sriracha Brussels sprouts (for a limited time) and a decadent butterscotch bread pudding topped with a house-made marshmallow.
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