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Old 07-24-2019, 01:01 PM
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Not knocking any restaurant that I have not been to, but wish the so called high end restaurants here would offer 32-40oz porterhouse for two-24 oz ribeyes vs Delmonico , much tastier & tender

Please make it available to people who are willing to pay

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Old 07-24-2019, 01:11 PM
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Not knocking any restaurant that I have not been to, but wish the so called high end restaurants here would offer 32-40oz porterhouse for two-24 oz ribeyes vs Delmonico , much tastier & tender

Please make it available to people who are willing to pay
Whilst I have not yet been there, Chop House at Sumter Landing (NOT the chain Chop House) promises to be what you want. Give us a review.
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I looked @ their menu, again, I've not been there -but after viewing their steak selections-we will pass--filet mignons , besides being soft are not tasty, Delmonico doesn't come close to a ribeye for taste- again-their steaks are not what a truly exceptional steakhouse will offer--Peter Luger's steaks are 32-40 oz porterhouse. they come to table sliced--when I was in the navy submarine , Sunday breakfast was filet mignon wrapped in bacon with an egg on top--

I know price point is important in TV, it would be nice if special options were available .

PLease take a glance @ Peter Lugers--you will known what you've been missing
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I believe Palmer Legends offers Chateaubriand. It's a fair sized hunk of meat, but for two and sliced. It's covered with a sauce, however.

I fondly and vaguely remember a place that offered a 48 ounce steak where they'd serve you another for free if you could finish them both. No dogie bags. It may have been Baby Doe's, Denver.
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Whilst I have not yet been there, Chop House at Sumter Landing (NOT the chain Chop House) promises to be what you want. Give us a review.
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Not knocking any restaurant that I have not been to, but wish the so called high end restaurants here would offer 32-40oz porterhouse for two-24 oz ribeyes vs Delmonico , much tastier & tender

Please make it available to people who are willing to pay
Wouldn't this suggestion make more sense if it was directed/communicated to these "so called high end restaurants"?
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Chateaubrind is not a steak its a roast--looked @ the chophouse menu-I can make a way better steak @ home than any restaurant in TV, we go out for stuff we don't do @ home--really Sam's prime meats are very good meats, they have rib eyes, tomahawk steaks--there is not a restaurant in TV thatch approach their quality /size--
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If you say so.

Goggled it. "Chateaubriand steak (also chateaubriand) is a meat dish cooked with a thick cut from the tenderloin filet. In contemporary times, chateaubriand cuts of beef refer to "a large steak cut from the thickest part of a fillet of beef".
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I looked @ their menu, again, I've not been there -but after viewing their steak selections-we will pass--filet mignons , besides being soft are not tasty, Delmonico doesn't come close to a ribeye for taste- again-their steaks are not what a truly exceptional steakhouse will offer--Peter Luger's steaks are 32-40 oz porterhouse. they come to table sliced--when I was in the navy submarine , Sunday breakfast was filet mignon wrapped in bacon with an egg on top--

I know price point is important in TV, it would be nice if special options were available .

PLease take a glance @ Peter Lugers--you will known what you've been missing
Their real menu has market price steaks, think that will fit your bill.
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It would appear that in TV, steaks, like pizza, are items where personal experience and previous location determine preferences. In my case, if I'm going to load on the calories, fat, and cholesterol, personal preference calls out for a prime ribeye done medium although an 8oz filet mignon done properly will also fill the bill. Good company and a fine wine make it a memorable meal.

Here's to The Chop House being successful because that may entice further more upscale establishments to consider TV.
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