This is it. I have had 4 different cuts here and all were amazing. Also, the appetizers, sides, and desserts were perfect. If you like simple, top quality ingrediants, cooked and seasoned to perfection this is it. This restaurant can take the most simple dish and make it memorable.
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If you like beef, you're in luck: There's some on this menu I've eaten at Craftsteak twice, a few years apart. It's a very good, pricey steakhouse whose appeal stems at least in part from its celebrity chef, Tom Colicchio. A meal at Craftsteak starts with the delicious complimentary buttery rolls, and, if you're me, a cocktail. Then come appetizers or salads, which are big enough for two people to share comfortable. I recommend the beef tartare, and my dining companions liked the Caesar salad.
Then on to entrees. The steaks or other proteins are served a la carte, with the sides served family style. I'd recommend one side for every two people although you can do more if several items catch your eye. The Brussels sprouts were particularly good.
My steak, of course, was perfectly cooked to the medium rare I specified. I wouldn't expect anything else at a place like this. Service was excellent--we had several people attending to our needs throughout the evening.
We were so stuffed from the meal that we didn't save room for dessert, but the dessert menu did look good. Instead, we had the waiter bring us the check. Then, when I looked at it, I promptly died of a heart attack. My ghost is writing this review. I am just glad my survivors had the presence of mind to pay the check with proceeds from my estate.
Date of visit: November Value.
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