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Fairfield(CT) county restaurants serving dry- aged beef?

JenJeninCT Feb 8, 2012 07:52 PM

We have been to Joseph's in Bpt many times and enjoyed it, but wondering if there are any other local options. We eat beef very rarely these days, and want to make the most of it when we do. It seems that Morton's wet ages, as does Ruth Chris(not that it is in Ffld), and no mention of it(and the prices are too low) on Angus' website, so assuming they don't.

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    plien69 RE: JenJeninCT Feb 8, 2012 08:02 PM

    According to their website, Blackstones Steakhouse in Norwalk serves dry-aged prime.

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      tgseaver RE: plien69 Feb 9, 2012 10:10 AM

      As a big steak eater, Joseph's is second to none,however Blackstone was a pleasant surprise, a solid 8 out of 10. The only other place I would recommend in the area is Frankie's & Johnnies in Rye,as I tell my friends I like everything better ( atmosphere,service, and sides) at Frankie's & Johnnies then Joseph's except the steak,which is just a tad below Joseph's. Worth a try.

    2. JenJeninCT RE: JenJeninCT Feb 9, 2012 02:44 PM

      Thanks for the replies- as we are in Milford, we'll most likely stick with Joseph's for this round- don't mind driving for something spectacular, but hubby is crazy for the bacon app (yes, it's just bacon- delicious bacon, I admit, but still...) at Joseph's, and the sides we usually get have always been exactly what we expect from a traditional steakhouse.

      Thanks again!

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