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28869 Chagrin Boulevard, Woodmere, 44122 [Map]
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar has raised the standard of excellence for steakhouses, winning awards and accolades throughout the country for outstanding food, wine and service.
As the name implies, the menu features the finest in USDA prime corn-fed beef, aged to perfection and hand-cut daily on site into generously thick steaks. While prime beef reigns supreme at Fleming's, other flavorful entrées include tenderloin carpaccio with caper creole mustard sauce and red onion, and wicked Cajun barbecue shrimp marinated with a flair of garlic and spices.
Amongst main courses double thick pork rib chop baked with apple cider creole mustard, julienne of apples and celery root and the chef's mixed grill selection prepared daily may capture the attention of hearty eaters. Seared scallops are served with a lobster cream sauce and a puff pastry of sautéed vegetables, while tuna mignon is seared rare with poppy seed au poivre and tomato sherry vinaigrette.
A wide range of side orders include chipotle cheddar macaroni and cheese, grilled asparagus, shoestring potatoes and season's best vegetables among others. A dessert of baked peach cobbler, slices of peach marinated with peach schnapps, cinnamon and nutmeg, with a brown sugar streusel and Blue Bell vanilla ice cream is a fitting end to a meal.
Fleming's has made an extraordinary commitment offering 100 wines by the glass. The award-winning wine list includes favorites as well as many hard-to-find boutique selections and is updated yearly to reflect current trends and local offerings. Climate-controlled rooms ensure every glass of wine is served at optimum temperature. Fleming's has earned national recognition for its wine program and recently received 52 Awards of Excellence from Wine Spectator.
Known for its contemporary, inviting atmosphere, the restaurant features an open dining room built around an exhibition kitchen and expansive bar. Adjacent to the main dining area are private dining rooms that can comfortably accommodate small or large groups. The private dining experts at Fleming's will help meet the most exacting requirements whatever the occasion.
The goal at Fleming's is to provide an ongoing celebration of exceptional food and wine, to be enjoyed in the company of friends and family. It's the continuing dedication to excellence and service that turn an evening out at Fleming's into memorable times.
For additional information about Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar and locations, do take a look at their Website.
American, Dinner, Steak
326 South Main Street, Ann Arbor, 48104 [Map]
Gratzi opened its doors to the people of Ann Arbor, a city known for its diverse culture and exciting atmosphere, in December of 1987. This contemporary Italian restaurant features regional food and wine from the North, in classic and tastefully fitted out surroundings. It is owned by the Mainstreet group that runs several distinctive properties, recognized as among the best in their localities.
The restaurant is housed in a former Orpheum theatre, which screened popular movies during the 1930s, and Gratzi has helped preserve times gone by, through their elegant décor. A grand sculpture of Orpheus, the Greek poet and musician, overlooks the dining room and a beautifully painted renaissance style mural highlights the restaurant's indulgent and enjoyable atmosphere - ideal for business meetings, intimate encounters, gatherings with family and everything in between.
You could visit their mahogany bar and choose from a wide selection of wines and beers, before heading on to occupy one of their neatly laid, linen covered tables in the balcony or alfresco dining area. Among appetizers, expect to find lightly fried calamari with saffron aioli and scampi al curry, made of grilled jumbo Gulf shrimp with aromatic curry sauce, and a blood orange fennel salad, as well panini di pollo of rolls with grilled chicken, tomato, bacon and fresh mozzarella.
Other than the popular Caesar, the salad list consists of the cobb with mixed greens, tomatoes, egg, grilled chicken, smoked bacon, green onions and gorgonzola cheese in a roasted garlic dressing. The rucola e arancia, with arugula and mache, and sweet marinated red onion, orange, toasted pistachios and orange infused olive oil is a perfect vegetarian choice.
If you feel like keeping your meal simple, try the fettuccine con pomodoro basilico pasta, with tomato basil, garlic and wild mushrooms and for those wanting something more fulfilling, there is a wonderful combination of potato gnocchi with shrimp, smoked apple wood bacon, rosemary, red pepper flakes and tomato sauce. The menu also has pizzas and house specials such as pollo al marsala, grilled breast of chicken served over roasted Yukon gold potatoes, spinach, grilled Portobello mushroom and herb polenta as well as crispy pan fried egg plant, layered with house made tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and parmesan, served with a side of capellini. The filetto di manzo, with herb crusted beef tenderloin, tomato, goat cheese, roasted potatoes and shallots is another tempting dish to please meat lovers.
Lunch and dinner dishes vary to some extent and they have a gluten free menu for diners with specific dietary requirements. Gratzi features desserts like cannoli wafers layered with berries, ricotta and pastry cream as well as coffees and traditional grappa, known as a long-standing creator of warmth and conversation after dinner. For further information, a visit to their Website is recommended.
875 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 60611 [Map]
The Signature Room at the 95th definitely seems to take you a step closer to heaven with both its offerings and setting - atop the 1970 built John Hancock Center, known for its distinctive architecture and dominating presence on the Chicago skyline. The view from the restaurant presents the city in all its glory and makes diners feel on top of the world.
The atmosphere inside is cheerfully warm and intimate, with elegant wood designs and art-deco interiors - perfect for a romantic dinner and a get-together with family or friends. With live jazz during weekends, the cocktail of superb food and wine, the stunning sight of the setting Chicago sun and the soft music turn it into an almost ethereal experience.
The restaurant offers contemporary American cuisine and Chef Patrick Sheerin delights in sourcing original ingredients from local suppliers. If you decide to drop in for brunch, choose from an extensive selection that can include Belgian waffles and French toast, assorted breakfast pastries, croissants and Danishes, bagels and cream cheeses, carved beef, fresh caviar, smoked Norwegian salmon and chilled antipasto vegetables and made to order omelets.
Their menu features appetizers like fried calamari with spicy tomato sauce, spicy tuna tartare and for those who love fresh vegetables, there are salads such as the Caesar or Mediterranean with romaine lettuce, marinated olives, cucumbers, oven dried tomatoes, roasted beets and cheese with a red wine vinaigrette and this can also be combined with grilled chicken breast or shrimp.
For mains, expect to find specials like seared scallops, grilled Wagyu beefsteak, roasted rack of lamb and New York strip steak. The Signature lunch buffet served Monday through Friday, features meat and seafood specialties, rice and pasta dishes and a host of gourmet salads.
The dessert list includes pear and hazelnut butter cake and dark chocolate mousse among other choices. You could sample their pre-theater dinner package featuring a meal for those in a hurry.
Their wine cellar stocks two hundred and fifty of the world's best wines and champagne, enough of a selection to please the most demanding diner. The Signature Lounge on the 96th Floor enables diners to unwind enjoying their many signature cocktails and a gourmet meal. Offering a breathtaking view, sunsets and thunderstorms add a little natural drama when dining there.
The Signature room can host private gatherings and weddings, theme affairs and corporate dinners. Their private dining rooms have floor to ceiling windows and offer breathtaking views of the city expanding as far as Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin - the perfect choice for social or corporate functions. The restaurant is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch and the only way to experience 'The restaurant Chicago looks up to', is to go there and dine; you can find more details on their Website.
American, Seafood, Steak
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