This West Conshohocken meatery off the lobby of a Marriott hotel is the dressed-down sibling of NFL coach Don Shula’s high-end chain, in a room dominated by hard surfaces and flat-screen TVs. The bill of fare has a bar feel, with apps like spinach artichoke dip, and the steaks, like a tough and dry filet served with béarnaise that tasted of fake butter, often disappoint. Go with the flavorful, if chewy, cowboy rib eye—the best of the lot. Niche: Football trumps all, including dinner. Signature steak: Eight-ounce filet.The tab: Steaks $31 (14-ounce strip) to $34 (16-ounce bone-in rib eye); sides average $5.14. Wine list: Only three bottles top $85 on this short, no-nonsense list (and at $245, the Dom is a real steal). American wines dominate, but imports are temptingly priced, too.