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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

905 N. 54th St. (Ray Rd.) Send to Phone
This chain distinguishes itself with its top-quality meats and notable wine program.
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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Restaurant Review

: You don't have to be a raging meat-eater to appreciate Fleming's, a link in the upscale steakhouse chain joint-ventured with Outback. This pretty restaurant, whose wood-trimmed clubbiness is softened by burgundy fabrics and amber lighting, lacks the testosterone-amped atmosphere of other high-end steakhouses---which means that customers who can't bring themselves to look at (much less eat) a hunk of beef never have to feel apologetic. The menu, which specializes in corn-fed beef (aged for up to 28 days and hand-cut on the premises), also features almond cilantro-crusted shrimp, seared curry scallops and poppy seed- and pepper-encrusted ahi tuna loin, anointed with tomato vinaigrette. Of course, if you're there for the prime steaks, you won't be disappointed. Broiled at 1600 degrees, they're properly charred on the outside and wonderfully juicy within. Fist-thick veal chop, lamb chops, prime rib and beef Flemington (think Wellington) offer other meaty possibilities. A la carte sides generous enough to share include creamed corn, onion rings, chipotle cheddar mac & cheese and spuds of every description. The mainstream wine list roams the world, with all 100 selections available by the bottle or glass. In addition, there's an 80-bottle reserve list.

User Ratings & Reviews for Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Average rating    4
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special occasion place
by cindyGQ7 on Tue Oct 21, 2008 5:18 pm
I liked this place a lot but beware it is pretty expensive. I realy liked the side dish options, the chipotle cream macaroni and cheese was great as well as the jalepeno cheese mashed potatoes.

For the meat dish I had the chicken--- nothing special. My date's new york strip wasn't a standout either.

But I would go back for the side dishes., maybe for a special occasion.
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