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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

6360 N. Campbell Ave. (E. Skyline Dr.) Send to Phone
This elegant dining space has all the elements of a good old-fashioned steakhouse.


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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Restaurant Review

: Seamlessly blending classic and modern elements, Fleming's continues to be one of the city's most popular steakhouses. With options that range from a petite filet mignon to a porterhouse steak for two, everyone should find something that pleases. The beef is aged for at least 21 days, expertly seasoned and then cooked at a high heat to seal in all that beefy goodness. Not that it’s needed, but you can ask for a special rub (porcini mushrooms, black and white peppercorns or Kona coffee) to kick your steak up a couple of notches, or you can add a “companion” of lobster, shrimp or crab meat. Sides and starters include onion rings, chipotle cheddar mac ‘n’ cheese or a huge wedge salad punctuated with dabs of blue cheese and caramelized bacon bits. The wine list is heavy on reds and offers glasses by the taste, a six-ounce pour or a nine-ounce pour. Save room for dessert, most notably the molten lava chocolate cake. While it takes 20 minutes to prepare, it's worth the wait.

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