Raleigh, N.C. — Craving a juicy steak for dinner? These steakhouses are participating in Triangle Restaurant Week, January 20-26.
Chamas Churrascaria, Durham. A Brazilian steakhouse, and you get unlimited visits to the buffet. There are selections of beef, chicken and pork, along with cheese bread, mashed potatoes and sweet fried bananas.
Fleming's Steakhouse, Raleigh. This stylish steakhouse is offering an eight-ounce Petite Filet Mignon with a side of Parmesan-Peppercorn Mashed Potatoes for TRW, along with other favorites like Braised Short Ribs.
Metro 8 Steakhouse, Durham. A steakhouse with an Argentinean twist. They are offering a 16-ounce Churrasco Steak and a 16-ounce NY Strip along with salads and a Chocolate Souffle or Dulce de Leche Crepe for dessert.
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse in Raleigh, Durham and Cary. The menus are the same at all locations, and include a six-ounce Petite Filet of corn-fed beef. Other options include a Stuffed Chicken Breast and an eight-ounce Salmon Filet.
Sullivan's Steakhouse, Raleigh. This classic steakhouse on Glenwood Avenue has two steak options – a six-ounce Filet Mignon or a four-ounce Filet Mignon-Shrimp Duo. Try the New York-style cheesecake for dessert.
These restaurants might not be steakhouses, but they're also offering steak options on their TRW menus:
Bin 54, Chapel Hill. They are keeping it simple with Petite Filet Mignon and nine-ounce Flatiron Steak menu options. Sides include sauteed spinach, yukon gold potatoes puree, wood roasted Brussels sprouts and scalloped potatoes.
Blu Seafood and Bar, Durham. The Top Sirloin with bleu cheese butter, a red wine glaze, whipped potatoes and green beans is a good choice if you decide not to go with the fish options.
Bruno Restaurant, Raleigh. An Italian restaurant serving a 12-ounce New York Classic Delmonico Steak.
Mo's Diner, Raleigh. The Grilled Dry Rubbed Filet Mignon with oven roasted wild mushrooms and a port jus sounds delicious.
Rey's Restaurant, Cary. French Quarter flair accompanies a 6-ounce Filet Mignon on their TRW menu.
Where are you heading for Triangle Restaurant Week?