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Best steak dinner for 2 in Atlanta for $100-120?

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wabbitslayer Oct 11, 2006 11:21 PM

Or in other words, where's the best steak in atlanta, OTHER than Bone's, Chops, McKendrick's, etc.? There has to be something better than Outback, Longhorns, that doesn't involve paying $200 or so...

fogo de chao is about right price point, and I'm all about mass quantities of meat, but you can only have bananas w/ steak just so many times a year. (I also like places where you can ignore the wine list and order beer and not get looked at like a bubba..which I apparently am.)

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    pcwd RE: wabbitslayer Oct 12, 2006 04:19 PM

    Try Highland Tap in the VA Highlands - great steaks, slightly more reasonable prices, a little more casual. They have a nice beer selection, though they are also known for great martinis.

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      LizATL RE: pcwd Oct 12, 2006 07:59 PM

      I think Highland Tap is a great suggestion - I second it. I'd say it is a LOT more casual.

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        rcburli RE: LizATL Oct 12, 2006 08:33 PM

        Are the steaks there really that good? I would never have thunk it!

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          LizATL RE: rcburli Oct 14, 2006 09:49 PM

          I had a good, not stellar, prime rib there not that long ago. I think their other steaks are supposed to be pretty good as well and it is nice to support a local place that is not a chain. One word of caution, however, it can be smoky in The Highland Tap and the atmosphere is a bit run-down. Some have called it romantic on another board, but to me it feels more like an old-school kind of casual place like I grew up eating in in upstate NY.

          NY Prime looks good, but it seems like it is as expensive as(or more expensive than) McKendrick's, Bones, Chops, etc.

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      rcburli RE: wabbitslayer Oct 12, 2006 06:23 PM

      New York Prime, voted consistently by some as the best in ATL.
      http://www.newyorkprime.com/newyorkpr...

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        wabbitslayer RE: wabbitslayer Oct 16, 2006 01:57 AM

        methinks I'll be giving Highland Tap a try;
        I'd heard of NY Prime before, never been there...only question I have is why does the menu on their website have asparagus listed at market price? Are asparagus futures THAT volatile?!?

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          Cubancoffee RE: wabbitslayer Oct 18, 2006 04:25 PM

          Seconding, LizATL, if you try Highland Tap, unless you like the smell of cigarette smoke with your steak, ask for a table as far from the bar as possible. I've had at least one otherwise fine meal there ruined by the billows of smoke that waft into the dining room.

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