If you want a unique dining experience, stop by Pappas Bros. Steakhouse. This family owned business, has made it a tradition to provide quality food with superior service. This eatery is much more than just a restaurant, they also operate a food truck. This truck provides meats and seafoods to surrounding restaurants each day. Pappas ensured that his business was built with integrity. He did this by closely paying attention to all the small things. Pappas Bros. Steakhouse was established in 1976, by Pappas grandsons, Chris and Harris. Today there are more than 80 different Pappas Bros restaurant locations throughout seven different states. These include Texas, New Mexico, Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, Arizona and Colorado. Pappas Bros. Steakhouse’s original location, Houston, is still in business. The atmosphere is family oriented, as you will have the opportunity to see family photos from weddings, picnics and other important events through the years. Only premium meats are used, as well as the freshest ingredients. All dishes are made in house each and every day. There are two butchers in house to cut fresh beef and lamb. Steaks are aged by hanging for a full 28 days in a humidity-controlled cooler. All beef is corn-fed and comes from one supplier that is located in the Midwest region. The menu has a variety of options which includes appetizers, seafood, steaks, soup and salads, veggies and dessert. Dishes you will want to try include: Appetizers: Lobster Deviled Eggs, Shrimp Remoulade, Crab Cocktail And Fried Oysters. Soup and Salad: Caesar Salad, Beefsteak Tomato amp; Onions, Steakhouse Salad, And Turtle Gumbo. Steaks: Filet Mignon, Prime Ribeye, Prime New York Strip, Three Peppercorn Steak, Bone-In Prime Ribeye And Porterhouse. Seafood: Pan-Seared Sea Bass, Broiled Atlantic Salmon Fillet, And Live Maine Lobster. Veggies: Au Gratin Potatoes, Fresh Jumbo Asparagus, Haricot Verts, Skillet Potatoes, Roasted Wild Mushrooms And Creamed Spinach.
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