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Old 10-04-2011, 08:06 PM   #1
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Outback Steakhouse...or...Longhorns Steakhouse...Applebee's has a Burbon cajun steak thet's real good...Chili also....again I HATE Olive Garden.....There food just sucks to me....and they don't have but one salad dressing,..oil...If I want oil on my salad I'd go out to the cars oil drain-pan and get-it....I just HATE The Olive-Garden.......
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Old 10-04-2011, 10:36 PM   #2
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Couldn't pay me to eat at Chilli's. Love Olive Garden, but for Steaks? Texas Steakhouse or Logans. Like Longhorn, but prefer Logans.
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If you are ever in Annapolis MD, try Llewellyn's. Yes, it is pricy. My GOD it's good. IMHO, ranks up there with Hereford House in KC, Rainwater's in CA, or Schula's in FL.
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Pappas Bros. in either Houston or Dallas. Dry-aged beef. Incredibly expensive, but the best goddang steakhouse I've ever been to. And I've been to many.
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outback for the commercial steakhouse chains... It's really hard to beat locally grown and raised beef tho!
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I love Texas Roadhouse.
Also, Houston's is good but pricy.

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This is hitting too close to work. I manage one of the before mentioned steakhouses.
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If you have the $$$, St Elmo's Steakhouse in Indy. They dry age their beef and their shrimp cocktail is legendary. They grind their own horseradish for their signature cocktail sauce. It definately clears your sinuses.
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Wish there was one here in Cali. I'd like to try it out...

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