TOP 5 DINING: STEAKHOUSES

 

Rodney’s on Broadway
Located in a historic 1840s home in the heart of downtown Georgetown, this beautifully appointed eatery features art by local artists. Chef Rodney V. Jones has created unique entrees, such as the Woodford Reserve Shrimp and Sea Scallops, which features a delicate bourbon-cream reduction. The Delmonico Cut Ribeye is delightful on its own, but Rodney’s offers guests the chance to “crown” their beef with one of their signature homemade sauces or Grilled Lobster Tail with a Cognac and Saffron Cream Sauce. Enjoy an elegant date night in this cozy, Georgetown gem. 222 North Broadway, Georgetown • (502) 868-7637 • rodneysonbroadway.com

Sal's
Witness the whole experience right before your eyes at Sal’s; their open-kitchen design provides an exciting view while you dine. The 18 oz. Cowboy Ribeye is a house favorite, especially when paired with a wine from their extensive selection, or try the Twin Filets Oscar Style. For the culinary explorer, the Sal’s Chef Features change seasonally and offer some unique dishes that will wow. Their weekend brunch menu includes indulgent Short Rib Hash as well as lighter fare. Hosting a holiday get-together? Don’t forget Sal’s catering! 3373 Tates Creek Road • (859) 977-2489 • bluegrasshospitality.com

Tony’s
Looking for fresh? Tony’s has it, with the freshest seafood brought in daily. They serve only the best USDA prime beef, so you won’t want to pass up on their Sir Barton, a 14 oz. Prime Cut New York Strip. Pair it with one of their signature cocktails, like the Kentucky Godfather. The interior combines traditional Southern charm with an eclectic, urban feel to create a dining experience that ramps up the luxury without any pretension. As a bonus, this business-casual steakhouse is located close to some of the city’s best entertainment and shopping. 401 West Main Street • (859) 243-0210 • tonysoflexington.com

The Blue Heron
Embodying the comfortable chicness of the Jefferson Street scene, The Blue Heron offers up cocktails, steakhouse classics and Southern fare featuring premium cuts of beef, fresh oysters, locally raised chicken and more. Cozy up by the fire while you try the 40 oz. Porterhouse for Two, served Peter Luger style. Meeting up with friends? Their unique cocktails are a treat, and their extensive wine and bourbon lists invite you to sit and sip a while. Located inside a renovated historic home, The Blue Heron is a wonderful spot to enjoy the creative flair of a talented culinary team. 185 Jefferson Street • (859) 254-2491 • blueheronsteakhouse.com

Local Feed
With a scratch farm to table concept, Local Feed highlights Kentucky’s best local produce. Their daily cuts of steak from locally raised, grass-fed steer are served up alongside homespun sides. Local Feed’s other entrees, like the Chicken ‘n Dumplings or Smoked Brisket Sandwiches, have a similar comfort food feeling, but with an elevated approach that makes each one fresh and exciting. With a seasonal menu, every trip to Local Feed is sure to be a different, thrilling experience. To top it all off, enjoy a craft cocktail or glass of bourbon from their curated list. 214 South Water Street, Georgetown • (502) 642-8998 • localfeedky.com

 

 


Posted on 2015-12-10 by Peyton Houchens
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