DiningOut Denver/Boulder: Opening: Perry’s Steakhouse
Denver has enough steakhouses you say? We don’t think so—especially not steakhouses of Texan ilk. Perry’s Steakhouse, a chain of family-owned restaurants that launched in the Lone Star state, opened on September 22 at Park Meadows. At 11,000 square-feet, it’s a sizable addition to our ever-growing dining community, with a few delectable things to boast. First, the design: sleek, warming woods and gentle amber lighting set the perfect scene for business lunches, casual dinners out, or big-deal events. There’s a lot of high-quality leather, too. Second, the food: Perry’s is known for several cuts, but especially the Famous Pork Chop, which is dried, cured, and roasted, topped with an herb-garlic butter. It’s seven fingers high, which means you won’t leave the table hungry. Third, the drink: There’s a towering wine wall with a wealth of world-class bottles alongside Perry’s Private Label wines—like the 2012 Chardonnay and 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon. Private dining is also tops and ready just in time for the holidays, though if you’d just like a casual introduction to the new Perry’s, then feel free to stop by Bar 79 and enjoy some live music with your signature cocktail (we recommend the Manhattan 46).
- Prime Bone-In Cowboy Rib-Eye
- Southwest Filet Mignon (wrapped in applewood-smoked bacon and served with a corn and fig relish)
- Chicken Oscar
- Fried Shrimp
- Hong Kong-Style Sea Bass
- Rocky Road Bread Pudding (butterscotch bread pudding with chocolate chips in a caramel sauce, topped with candied walnuts and toasted homemade marshmallow
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