Houston Chronicle: Houston’s top picks for steakhouses
Old-school service with an attention to detail elevates the dining experience at this Texas-born upscale chain. The menu is old-school, too: seafood towers, wedge salads, creamed spinach and flaming desserts. Sunday dinner is an indulgence, as it should be. A tip: two can share the signature dish, an enormous pork chop carved tableside. There are six locations in the Houston area; to find the nearest, visit perryssteakhouse.com.
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