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RingSide Steakhouse Restaurant Review: If your vision of an elegant night out is a big juicy steak, you won't find a better place to indulge yourself than RingSide. Remodeled, the original space has been slightly modernized and made more comfortable, but thankfully, the menu remains unchanged. Professional waiters, many of whom have been part of the staff for decades, still provide seamless service and generous samples of wine. The lavish offerings include the famous onion rings and the lobster mashed potatoes, and the house Thousand Island/ranch dressing that seems to supplement almost everything. While house-aged cuts of beef are obviously the star attraction, seafood such as cedar planked salmon and crab-stuffed sole do more than hold their own. It may prove difficult but save room for dessert, especially the ricotta cheesecake. The wine cellar has storage for 10,000 bottles, with 60 selections regularly available by the glass. For the best value, arrive before 6 p.m. for a prix-fixe three-course dinner. The suburban eastside RingSide, located at the Glendoveer Golf Course, touts the same menu.