Fleming’s Steakhouse Prices

The Fleming’s Steakhouse menu prices are on the high-end of the casual dining scale, which may turn off many customers. When the quality of the food and drinks, the service delivered, and the ambiance enjoyed are considered, however, every dining experience is as enjoyable as can be. Known as Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Bloomin’ Brands owns and operates the 66-strong (as of 2014) steakhouse restaurant chain.  While its parent company has its headquarters in Tampa, Florida, the chain maintains its headquarters in Newport Beach, California.

Below are the latest Fleming’s Steakhouse menu prices.

FoodSizePrice

Appetizers

French Onion Soup$13.50
Roasted Portobello Mushroom Ravioli$15.50
Housemade Burrata$13.95
Tenderloin Carpaccio$17.50
Maple Glazed Slab-Cut Bacon$17.95
Sweet Chile Calamari$17.50
Colossal Shrimp Cocktail$19.95
Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes$20.50
Chilled Seafood Tower for Two or MoreMarket Price

Salads

Fleming's Salad$11.50
The New Wedge$11.95
Bloomsdale Spinach$12.95
Modern Caesar$11.95

Small Plates

Sliced Filet Mignon$30.95
Boneless Braised Short Ribs of Beef$21.95
Seared Ahi Tuna$22.50
Shrimp and Sea Scallops$25.95
New Zealand Lamb Chops$28.50
Fleming's Lobster Tempura$29.95

Entrees

Barbecue Scottish Salmon Fillet$40.95
Miso Glazed Chilean Sea Bass$46.95
Cold Water King Crab Legs$48.95
North Atlantic Lobster Tails$55.95
Double-Thick Pork Rib Chop$40.95
Double Breast of Chicken$38.50

Steak

Main Filet Mignon12 oz.$50.95
Petite Filet Mignon8 oz.$45.95
Bone-In Filet Mignon14 oz.$56.50
Certified Angus Beef Ribeye14 oz.$49.95
Prime Dry-Aged Ribeye16 oz.$59.95
Prime Bone-In Ribeye20 oz.$57.95
Prime New York Strip14 oz.$52.95
Prime Dry-Aged New York Strip16 oz.$60.95

Steak Companions

Truffle-Poached Lobster$14.50
Diablo Shrimp$13.50
Jumbo Lumb Crabmeat$14.50

Classic Rubs

Porcini Mushroom$4.95
Black & White Peppercorns$4.95
Genuine Kona Coffee$4.95
Peppercorn Sauce$0.00
Bearnaise Sauce$0.00
Horseradish-Mustard Sauce$0.00

Specials

Prime Rib Dinner (Only available on Sunday)$42.95

Sides to Share

Fleming's Potatoes$12.50
Baked Potato (Plain or Loaded)$11.50
Truffle-Parsley Mashed Potatoes$11.50
Double-Cut Shoestring Potatoes$10.50
Signature Onion Rings$10.50
Chipotle Cheddar Macaroni & Cheese$11.95
Sautéed Mushrooms$12.50
Creamed Spinach$11.50
Crispy Brussels Sprouts$12.50
Grilled High Country Asparagus$13.50

Sonoma Sunday

Every Sunday from 11am to 3pm

Starters

Fresh Seasonal Berries$5.95
Fleming's Salad$7.50
Housemade Burrata Salad$7.95
Savory Potato Leek Soup$7.95
Sweet Chile Calamari$8.95
Tenderloin Carpaccio$11.50

Salads & Sandwiches

Butcher's Cut Salad$17.95
Spicy Thai Soba Noodle Salad$16.50
New England Lobster Roll$19.95
The Prime Rib Dip$14.95
Three Cheese Panini$12.95
The Custom Prime Burger$15.95

Entrees

Filet Mignon Benedict$22.95
Sonoma County Pancakes$14.95
Crispy Chicken & Waffles$18.50
The Custom Omelet$16.50
Prime Rib Hash$16.50
Porcini-Crusted Filet Mignon$28.50
Prime Block-Cut New York Strip$29.95
Miso Glazed Chilean Sea Bass$27.95
Barbecue Scottish Salmon Filet$24.50

Chef's Prix Fixe Selections

Fresh Seasonal Berries, Blue Crab Omelet, and Beverly Hills Flourless Chocolate Cake$22.50
Fresh Seasonal Berries, Vintner's Buttermilk Fried Chicken, and Sunday Sundae$25.95

Children's Prix Fixe

12 Years Old and Under
Includes Fresh Sliced Apples and Milk, Soft Drink or Juice
Buttermilk Pancakes$14.95
Steak & Fries$14.95
Chicken Strips & Fries$14.95
Mac & Cheese$14.95
Add Hot Fudge Sundae$1.00
Add Fresh Fruit Sorbet$1.00

Sides to Share

Rosemary-Brown Sugar Bacon$6.50
Country Link Sausage$6.50
Chèvre Cheese Grits$6.50
Sautéed Mushrooms$6.50
Grilled High Country Asparagus$6.50
Crispy Brussels Sprouts$6.50
Fleming's Potatoes$6.50
Parslied Baby Potatoes$6.50
Signature Onion Rings$6.50
PriceListo Latest prices provided by PriceListo.

History

In 1998, Bill Allen and Paul Fleming, two notable restaurateurs, opened the first Fleming’s Steakhouse restaurant in Newport Beach, California. Their vision: To create a casual dining steakhouse with emphasis on excellent food based on the finest aged USDA Prime beef, on generous hospitality provided by the staff, and a welcoming atmosphere. Today, the chain is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bloomin’ Brands, among the world’s largest restaurant companies that also owns and operates Bonefish Grill, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, and Outback Steakhouse.

What They’re Famous For

Fleming’s Steakhouse is famous for one of the country’s best combination of steak-based menu and award-winning wine list. In fact, the chain takes pride in The Fleming’s 100, an award-winning collection of 100 classic and contemporary wines that can be ordered by the glass. The wine list is carefully curated each year so that only the best wines, from limited allocation boutique wines to unique local wines, are included in the list.  The dinner menu reflects the chain’s passion for innovative flavor pairings, seasonal ingredients, and diversity in selection, thus, only the finest prime steak, signature dishes, and fresh seafood are offered. Customers can also use the WiNEPAD, a custom app designed to match the right wine with the food and mood.

Why Eat Here

You will find that the relatively upscale Fleming’s Steakhouse prices are worth it considering these benefits:

  • Excellent dinner menu items from the appetizers, entrées and sides to the desserts as well as the wines and beers in the bar. Your steak will always be on point, so to speak, regardless of your preference in its doneness (i.e., rare or well-cooked). Your cravings for the best wine to complement your dishes and desserts will be satisfied, thanks to the extensive wine list.
  • Satisfactory attention to diners’ needs provided by the servers. You will not feel shortchanged with the service even during peak hours.
  • Elegant interiors coupled with a casual ambiance. Your dining experience will be akin to fine dining but in a more relaxed atmosphere and a more affordable menu.

To learn more about Fleming’s Steakhouse or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.flemingssteakhouse.com.

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