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Myron's Prime Steakhouse

10003 NW Military Hwy., Ste. 2101 (Wurzbach Pkwy.) Send to Phone
Bill Been’s back in San Antonio, and steak-lovers are rewarding the move.
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Cuisine
Open
Dinner nightly
Features
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Dressy casual
  • Reservations suggested

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Myron's Prime Steakhouse Restaurant Review

: Veteran beef monger Bill Been still has his former movie palace steakhouse in New Braunfels, but his less atmospheric but nevertheless well-upholstered outpost in San Antonio’s Alon Town Centre means that a drive up I35 for straight-shooting steaks is no longer necessary. We still suggest starting with wasabi-seared ahi or shrimp Myron in a riff on rémoulade; the seafood-stuffed mushrooms are not quite there. As Myron’s claims true, wet-aged Prime beef, head for the best: the buttery rib-eye is irresistible, even when served with a retro wedge of iceberg lettuce. Rack of diminutive lamb shouldn't be ignored just because it also reeks of retro with its mint jelly side. The mixed grill is, well, mixed in its hits and misses. Especially large lobsters are a specialty, but for the less conspicuous consumers there’s also “the bird,” an oven-roasted double breast. The wine list is up to the task and not egregiously overpriced. And by no means should you skip dessert; the pecan pie is totally Texas, and the chocolate cake with molten ganache is appropriately decadent.

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