We ate at Charlie Palmer Steak on a weeknight during Thanksgiving week and were not disappointed. Looking at the menu you immediately know the meal won’t be inexpensive but it is worth every penny. From the service to the food the entire experience makes the cost worth it.
Our server was friendly and knowledgeable, going into detail about the differences between the cuts of meat and the best sauces to pair with them. We brought our own wine and found out that it was only $25 for corkage. When you consider each glass is $12-20, $25 for an entire bottle isn’t bad. They also throw in corkage if you choose to buy one of their bottles. For a large party buying one and bringing one might be the best option.
We started with the beet salad and were so impressed asked for the type of goat cheese on it so we could make it ourselves at home (it was made at home the following week). In addition to the salad they bring out a few different types of breads. Each was great but the rolls in the cast iron pan were amazing.
Our entrees were the filet mignon and the New York strip. The server said that side-by-side they would taste different and it was fun to try it. In the end my favorite was the New York with the Cabernet reduction sauce. We also had the twice baked potatoes and Brussels Sprouts. I would highly recommend each but have to say that the Brussels Sprouts might have been the best I have ever had. They had small chunks of bacon in them and that truly added to the buttery flavor.
After having such a great meal it would be a shame to not try dessert. We decided to have the Pumpkin Creme Brûlée. It came with pumpkin seed brittle that was the best part of the dessert. While the creme brulee was good, it was a little cold in the middle, clearly having been refrigerated before being warmed and having the top crisped.
They also bring you a little chocolate and macaroon prior to dessert. I’m not sure why but both were incredibly decadent for being so small. Finally, they brought a small bag of chocolate chip cookies to take with you. They ended up being a nice little snack the next day. Our total bill, after tax and tip ended up at $100 per person.
Overall I didn’t regret any part of the meal at Charlie Palmer Steak. The food was good and the service personable. I look forward to another wonderful dining experience with them again!
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