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  1. Member BeeNix's Avatar
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    #61
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeFloyd View Post
    Eat at Bern's regularly but the best steaks in Tampa/St Pete are at Salt Rock Grill in Indian Shores. It's prime, aged on site and cooked over an extremely hot wood fired grill. You can get an excellent steak that is cooked fast enough to not lose the flavor.
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    Definitely one of my top ten, and they are usually CROWDED!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TobyG.Mo View Post
    There is a Doe's in Springfield Mo. near where I live, I have heard a lot of good about it but never been myself. Maybe I will give it a try.
    It is closed! I heard it was for personal reasons not due to lack of business.

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    #63
    Best steak around here is at the Woodfire Grille in the Kansas Star Casino. It's not cheap, but they're all prime and all cooked over mesquite...good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatcreek View Post
    Gar... Doe's still has great tamales (here's their menu... DOE'S EAT PLACE :: MENU), and Greenville is now the self-proclaimed "Hot Tamale Capital of the World."

    Second annual Delta Hot Tamale Festival coming up October 17-19...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittycat2012 View Post
    Hell yeah! We'll be there for the Media Championship
    Maybe y'all can talk Matt & Bobby's new GF's into entering the "Miss Hot Tamale" contest...

    ...or at least the tamale eating one.

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    #66
    How and the hell can I tell you about it if I have never heard of it?

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    #67
    the doe's in Baton Rouge is average at best. wouldnt mind trying the original though

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    #68
    Quote Originally Posted by nektarios View Post
    Lowakes steak house near OH Ivie
    Lowake isn't even the best in the area, Perini's or the BeeHive are better. The best is "My Grill" located in "my backyard". (Seriously!! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOXIC View Post
    Well, sorry to say the best steak I ever had was not from a restaurant. Even though my father owned his own restaurants. Bassman Ia you probably know of the one we owned out in Missouri Valley called "The Bertrand" named after a sunken paddle wheeler on the Missouri River. My father used to load his pickup bed full of coolers of beer during planting and harvest seasons and drive to all of the farmers fields to give them a little relief. They would be in the restaurant every Saturday night. Anyway, we bought all of our own beef, had it custom fed out and custom butchered and aged. Those steaks were full of flavor and melted in your mouth. My father took a few to Vegas every year and they were good for free room food and drink for a week. Best Prime Rib I ever had was at a restaurant in Nebraska called "The Cornhusker" followed closely by a restaurant in Cresent, IA called "The Pink Poodle".

    Yea small world isn't it. Poodle isn't as good as it was in he 60's, ate there this spring. Was the Bertrand on the south side of 30? Misty's in Lincoln Ne. Is know for their prime rib. Before I retired I used to eat at Cody's Steakhouse in Elk Point S.D. Twice a week on the S.D. run, his steaks are tender, tasty and not expensive ---- plus Jim Cody makes all of his pies from scratch, THE BEST sour cream raisin in the country ( @ 1000 calories a slice you know it's the best ) there were so many really good places to eat when I was a kid. Most the bars had outstanding food also.

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    #70
    The old vestle steak house in Binghamton,new york

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    #71
    My favorite is a place called Petit Paree in Festus Mo.
    They age their own meat and grow their own seasonings, very good bacon wrapped filet. I go there every year on my birthday and again on my wife's birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeeNix View Post
    FIFY
    Definitely one of my top ten, and they are usually CROWDED!
    I was only one town off; LOL BTW not as crowded this time of year
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    Bug Tussle steak house, Jasper Alabama. Before it burned down. Awesome.

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    #74
    Was there (Doe's) in the late '70s. I made the mistake of asking the size of the steaks. They brought out an arm load (like firewood) and said "Take your pick". Sure was good !!
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    Rick's Prime Rib...Rochester New York.
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    Hal's Steakhouse in Atlanta Ga ain't too bad.... Tried my hand at dry aging a whole Prime Ribeye for 3 weeks... I will definitely do it again!

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    #77
    Matt's steakhouse just east of Rolla, MO off I-44. Great KC strip. I used to go to a place in Atchinson, KS that had great steak as well but for the life of me can't remember the name of the place.

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    Marie Livingston's in Tallahassee
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    #79
    Mc Donalds - Mc Rib is pretty bad ass!

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    The Pine Club..downtown Dayton Ohio

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