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Steakhouse 85: Enjoy dinner and keep your shirt

Steakhouse 85 artfully combines two powerful trends into a memorable
dining experience that respects both the palate and the pocketbook.

While steakhouses are making a big splash these days, many of them
don't cater to people working with tight budgets, the situation in which
so many find themselves these days.

Folks who still can afford to pay $40 for a hand-cut, 16-ounce dry-aged
strip steak or $49 for a 24-ounce garlic/blue cheese-encrusted prime rib
Tomahawk Chop ($49) won't feel slighted, but the alternative for those
unable to shell out as much is quite appealing. An 8-ounce "petite" sirloin
with roasted garlic dipping sauce, topped by a tangle of shoestring onion
rings and accompanied by delectable fries, runs only $20, a happy choice
for all but the biggest appetites. There's a choice of sauces, from
Bearnaise and blue cheese to the house steak sauce.
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