USA Today: Good Eats: A Foodie’s Guide To Downtown Dallas
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
It may have started out as just a meat market in 1979, but this Houston based family owned chain now operates out of twelve locales– including this one in the Dallas Arts District. The restaurant’s luxurious digs include a dining room with mahogany wood details, mod chandeliers and walls of wine. And its menu is filled with meaty wonders, including dry aged ribeyes, bone-in New York strips and filets piled high with crab meat. Although it calls itself a steakhouse, it’s the monster-sized pork rib that gets all the attention. The seven-finger tall chop is cured, roasted, smoked, caramelized, slathered in herb butter and carved at the table. And that’s not the only tableside show. Flambées rule the dessert menu–so be sure to save room for bananas foster or one of the other special sizzling sweets. ((214) 855-5151)
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