I am almost always in the mood for a nice juicy piece of steak and when I heard about the new bone in menu at Sullivan’s Steakhouse in the Inner Harbor, I knew I had to try it. Sullivan’s is now offering seven different cuts of bone-in steak so this really isn’t something I wanted to miss. These cuts of meat are some of my favorites because they tend to be juicier and overall more flavorful.
A friend and I stopped into Sullivan’s for dinner and kicked off the meal with a cocktail. The waitress suggested that we order The Knockout and I am so glad that we heeded her advice. Clementine vodka with fresh pineapple juice – yum. The drink was definitely sweet in the tropical sense, but it was delicious.
Because it was a bit of a chilly evening, we started with a French Onion Soup – one of my favorites. This was a great version as it had plenty of melty cheese on top. The best part.
We also shared the Tableside BLT Salad – I usually lean into the classics like a Caesar Salad at a Steakhouse, but the waitress said this was one of their new salads that she loved so we decided to give it a go. The arugula gave this salad a peppery taste, the bacon was perfectly crispy, but my favorite part of this salad was the sweet basil vinaigrette. This needs to be on all salads I eat going forward.
The real reason I was a steakhouse was for the meat – so we decided to share the Bone-In Ribeye Cowboy Cut and at 22oz, it was the perfect size for sharing. The ribeye was so juicy and flavorful and was cooked to a perfect medium rare. My mouth is watering thinking about how good this steak was.
Because no dinner is complete without sides, we ordered the Whole Roasted Cauliflower. The caper vinaigrette drizzle was delicious.
We also went with the Three Cheese Mac which was so unbelievably gooey and it had a nice smokey flavor. It’s easily some of the best mac n cheese I’ve had in recent memory. If you can only pick one side dish, this needs to be your choice.
After all of these savory dishes, we needed something sweet to round out the meal and opted to try the Chocolate Meltdown. Hot chocolate sauce is poured over a ganache dome to reveal a flourless chocolate torte. I’m a chocolate lover so I found this to be the perfect dessert with a chocolate explosion in every bite.
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While this meal was paid for by Sullivan’s Steakhouse, all views stated here are my own.