Open late Fri.-Sat. in season
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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Restaurant Review: What Fleming’s offers its guests is a solid menu and dependability. Steaks have always been dry-aged, seafood tends to be traditional rather than trendy, and a nice Scotch is usually served neat. The menu is à la carte with plenty of appetizers to start, such as the pan-crisp pork belly, and side plates to supplement, like the classic creamed spinach. With the seasonal vegetable dishes, plus a nice cheese selection, carnivores are not the only ones who will leave happy. The wine list and the servers’ knowledge of it are impressive; there are about 100 wines by the glass. Fleming's does a bustling happy hour, and is a bargain with five select appetizers, wines and cocktails offered for just $6 each every day of the week until 6 p.m. with $9 appetizers offered daily until 10 p.m. Desserts, perhaps an ample slice of New York cheesecake, seem destined for two forks. Or ask for two straws when ordering one of Fleming’s drinkable desserts, such as the Latin Latte, a potent blend of Patrón XO Café and Jameson Irish Whiskey, milk chocolate and espresso undertones.