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jimithing11
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Dillon, Texas
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re: Best steak you have ever eaten

jimthing's microwave filet


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CBLSU316
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Far Right of Left
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re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Filet at St. Elmo's Steakhouse in downtown Indianapolis.

That's the only good thing about Indy.


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Paul Allen
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Nov 2007
32734 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Charley Palmer's


drockw1
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a sand wedge from The Kingpin
Member since Jun 2006
3197 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Cowboy ribeye at Mr. John's, though surprisingly Tsunami in BR nailed the Sumo (bone-in) ribeye on Friday, merits mentioning...

Most surprising cut I had was the bone-in filet at La Boca, ribeye flavor in a lean cut...was weird but great...

Really good steaks I had out of town were at Smith & Wollensky in Miami and the Chophouse in Vegas, but I'd put the local ones above those


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GrizzlePickle
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Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2011
1739 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
I'm a firm believer that you can get a good meal almost anywhere, but what makes it a great meal is having a story that makes it worth remembering.

I've eaten a lot of steaks that were probably "better", but I'm gonna go with the ribeye I ate at Harry Caray's in Chicago for sentimental reasons.

I had just graduated from boot camp in 2002, and it was the first time I had seen or spoken to my family in 2 months. Between finally having a decent meal, and being able to share that meal with my family, that's what made it the best for me.


JL
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re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Bone in filet at pappas steakhouse in houston topped with bone marrow.

I've had others that would have probably competed with that if i would have drank less before dinner.


bossflossjr
LSU Fan
The Great State of Louisiana
Member since Sep 2005
9473 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
My Top 5:

Bone-In Ribeye - Hal's
Bone-In Ribeye - Mr John's
Bone-In Filet - Abe & Louie's
Tomahawk - Nick & Sam's
Bone-In Filet - Bobo's




Fat Harry
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re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Chateaubriand at Nick & Sam's in Dallas.


Mizzoufan26
Air Force Fan
Norfolk you buddy!
Member since Sep 2012
9330 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Ribeyes made at home.

Marinate in Worchester/Olive Oil/Mccomick Steak Seasoning/Crushed Red Pepper

Win


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Will Cover
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Jensen Beach, FL
Member since Mar 2007
25891 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
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Chateaubriand at Nick & Sam's in Dallas



My wife and I ate there last year. Left feeling empty, not only in the pocket book, but also in my stomach.

We didn't finish our meal, because it was overall, poor at best. Lobster Bisque had a horrible "fishy" taste and both steaks came out cold to the touch.

We let our waiter know and he offered a free dessert, which again, was poor at best.

Saw a lot of nice cars there and a lot of people who pretended to have a lot of money.


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Carson123987
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Middle Court at the Rec
Member since Jul 2011
41464 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Ribeye from Stroud's in Lafayette. RIP


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townhallsavoy
Auburn Fan
Member since Oct 2007
3045 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Sadly, the filet mignon at Carrabas.

I don't have the money for steaks. We had a gift card to Carrabas, and that's how I was able to order it.


The Levee
LSU Fan
Bat Country
Member since Feb 2006
4941 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Filet with crab - Dickie Brennans
Any Ribeye I cook (olive oil, lots of pepper, a little salt, and 700 degrees of char)


HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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Member since Jul 2011
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re: Best steak you have ever eaten
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Bone in filet at pappas steakhouse in houston topped with bone marrow


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Catman88
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Dec 2004
40915 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
Had a great steak from The Palm in Vegas.

Also suprising one of the best steaks I have had was on the Carnival Legend's upcharge Steakhouse.


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coolpapaboze
Penn Fan
Parts Unknown
Member since Dec 2006
8473 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
The 50 day bone in sirloin at Marea in NYC which is......an Italian seafood restaurant. It was the best piece of meat I have ever eaten.


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alajones
LSU Fan
Hell
Member since Oct 2005
23170 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
When I was in Afghanistan, Outback brought us all a bunch of Ribeye's, Shrimp and bloomin Onions for Christmas. About bunch of us volunteered to cook all the steaks. It was kind of cool seeing 20 or so soldiers cooking steaks on makeshift grills. That was a good day.

Not saying it was the best I have ever had, but I certainly remember it more than any other.


NOX
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Member since Dec 2009
5732 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
prime filet - Smith & Woolinsky - NY


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CreoleGumbo
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Faubourg Bayou St. John
Member since Sep 2003
1701 posts

re: Best steak you have ever eaten
i've cooked the best steak i've ever had.
#kewl


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NaturalBeam
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re: Best steak you have ever eaten
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Sadly, the filet mignon at Carrabas. I don't have the money for steaks. We had a gift card to Carrabas, and that's how I was able to order it
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