Deals: Steakhouse Edition
BY BRITTANY MCLEOD
Steak-sational: Steakhouses are rolling out the deals (and proving they do more than just serve meat). Now until February 28th, the Philadelphia and Cherry Hill locations of The Capital Grille are offering a four-course “Comfort Food With a Gourmet Twist” prix fixe dinner for $49. The casual dinner starts with a take on grilled cheese (mini mozz, prosciutto, and basil sammies) and tomato soup (tomato and fennel). Choose from hearty entrées like Wagyu short ribs, lobster and shrimp pot pie, or tournedos of beef Wellington. (You’ll also get gratin of horseradish potatoes and a salad.) Dessert is carrot cake. At the Philly location, there’s also a new bar menu: Think mini tenderloin sandwiches with wild mushrooms and Boursin cheese, shrimp tossed in a ginger and mustard vinaigrette, and lollipop lamb chops.
Morton’s (with locations in KOP, Walnut Street, and A.C. — where the prices are slightly higher) is serving up a few steak-and-seafood promotions until March 31st. The “Signature” three-course menu is $99 for two, with a choice of Caesar or Morton’s salad, two single cut filets, and any two sides. If you’re not so good at sharing, go for the double cut filet mignon, rib-eye, or New York strip for $58 per person and finish with the hot chocolate cake or crème brûlée. The Classic Combo Promotion features an iceberg wedge salad, filet or New York strip, and a choice of lobster tail or king crab legs with grilled jumbo asparagus for $79.99 per person.