2023, Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.
Below are the latest Pappas Bros Steakhouse menu prices.
|Lobster Deviled Eggs||$21.95|
|Smoked Salmon Rillettes||$18.95|
|Jumbo Lump Crabcakes||$19.95|
|Prime Beef Carpaccio||$19.95|
|Seared Foie Gras||$35.95|
|Texas Selection of Cheeses||$19.95|
|Chilled Seafood Tower (Medium)||$99.95|
|Chilled Seafood Tower (Large)||$129.95|
|Beefsteak Tomato & Onions with Roquefort Cheese||$13.95|
|Turtle Gumbo with Aged Sherry||$9.95|
|Soup of the Day (Varies)||$0.00|
Prime, In-House Dry Aged Beef
|Filet Mignon (8 oz.)||$47.95|
|Filet Mignon (10 oz.)||$49.95|
|Filet Mignon (12 oz.)||$52.95|
|Prime Ribeye (16 oz.)||$49.95|
|Prime Ribeye (18 oz.)||$54.95|
|Prime New York Strip (14 oz.)||$49.95|
|Prime New York Strip (16 oz.)||$53.95|
|Three Peppercorn Steak||$51.95|
Prime, Bone-In Dry Aged Beef
|Bone-In Filet Mignon (14 oz.)||$59.95|
|Bone-In Prime Ribeye (22 oz.)||$59.95|
|Bone-In Prime New York Strip (18 oz.)||$59.95|
|Porterhouse (26 oz.)||$59.95|
|Bone-In Prime New York Strip (32 oz.)||$98.95|
|Porterhouse (40 oz.)||$98.95|
|Veal Chop (16 oz.)||$44.95|
|Grilled Double Lamp Chops||$49.95|
|Colorado Lamb Rack||$99.95|
|Pan-Seared Sea Bass with Maine Lobster||$49.95|
|Broiled Atlantic Salmon Filet||$41.95|
|Live Main Lobster (1 lb.)||$26.95|
|Australian Cold Water Rock Lobster (14 oz.)||$84.95|
|Au Gratin Potatoes||$13.95|
|Fresh Jumbo Asparagus||$13.95|
|Roasted Wild Mushrooms||$13.95|
All bar entrees are served with Pappas Bros. Famous Mashed Potatoes
|Prime Strip (10 oz.)||$46.95|
|Filet Mignon (6 oz.)||$46.95|
|Gooey Pecan Pie||$10.95|
|New York-Style Cheesecake||$10.95|
|Classic Creme Brulee||$10.95|
|Key Lime Pime||$10.95|
|Chocolate Midnight Cake||$10.95|
|Milk Chocolate Mousse & Toasted Marshmallow||$10.95|
|Warm Peach Cobbler||$10.95|
|Chocolate "Turtle" Pie||$10.95|
|Selection of Ice Creams & Sorbets||$10.95|
About Pappas Bros Steakhouse
Everything is bigger, grander and better in Texas! And the Pappas Bros Steakhouse is a proof of it. The upscale steakhouse chain has established a reputation for offering the best steaks in the Lone Star State, even in the entire United States.
This is neither an idle boast nor a marketing gimmick, especially in Texas where pride of steak isn’t taken lightly. The Pappas Bros Steakhouse has been cited as the best steakhouse in Texas by media, such as Texas Monthly, while the Houston and Dallas locations have been awarded the Wine Spectator Grand Award since 2010 and 2011, respectively.
The Pappas Bros Steakhouse is actually part of the Pappas Restaurants, a privately-owned company founded by Pete and Jim Pappas, Greek-American brothers. The current corporate headquarters are in Houston, Texas.
The first restaurant was actually in Louisiana and was named A Greek Grill, which opened in 1967, but was renamed as Pappas Bar-B-Q in 1996. In the same year, the company decided to gamble on an upscale steakhouse with a wine cellar and cigar room – and it paid off, as evidenced by its enduring popularity.
The first Pappas Bros Steakhouse was the company’s own closed bistro, the Strawberry Patch American, which closed in 1993 after more than 15 years in business. This upscale restaurant was a big departure from the company’s casual dining theme but it was well worth the gamble considering the impressive growth in its clientele.
The Pappas brand of restaurants is a success. The company operates more than 80 restaurants including its casual dining locations across Texas, Arizona, Illinois, Colorado, Georgia, New Mexico, and Alabama.
What They’re Famous For
The Pappas Bros Steakhouse is famous for the best steaks in Texas, if not the United States – and that’s a fact! The steaks are known for their juicy, succulent and tender quality with the delicious flavors bursting in the mouth with each bite. Such superior quality isn’t surprising as the steaks are made only from the best cuts of beef, which are then cooked perfectly every time.
The steaks aren’t just the stars of the show at the Pappas Bros Steakhouse. The upscale steakhouse boasts of an impressive wine list with approximately 1,600 selections, thus, ensuring that each diner will find a few or several ways to match their steaks with their wines. The cigar room is also a great place for the diners to enjoy their manly pursuits, so to speak.
No wonder then that the upscale restaurant is a highly popular place for business executives, business owners, and entrepreneurs who have a taste for fine steaks and wines.
Why Eat Here
There’s a good reason why Pappas Bros Steakhouse is considered as among the best, if not the best, steakhouses wherever its restaurants are, such as in Houston, New York City, and Chicago. Diners can look forward to the ultimate steak experience, as the company calls it – and it delivers, too! The steaks are always prepared and cooked perfectly so that the slightly expensive Pappas Bros Steakhouse prices are worth every dollar.
The best steaks start with the best cuts of beef and the restaurants only use USDA Prime graded cuts, which are considered the highest in the U.S. grading system. The cuts are characterized by the excellent marbling of the beef, thanks to the fact that the cows have been corn-fed, so the meat has a moist, succulent and flavorful quality.
Even the seafood and lamb are also sourced directly from their suppliers and shipped as fresh as possible to the restaurants. The chain also uses Colorado-raised lamb instead of the New Zealand-sourced lamb used in many other steakhouses. The reason: The American lamb has plumper, tenderer and larger as well as more flavorful quality.
But even the best cuts of beef will be useless when these aren’t aged and prepared perfectly. The Pappas Bros Steakhouse uses the dry aging method that supposedly gets the most delicious flavors from the meat, while still retaining the moisture and marbling effect. The chain also ages the beef in-house to ensure the highest quality, as well as provide diners with several types of dry-aged cuts.
The next steps are seasoning and grilling the cuts of dry-aged beef, which many restaurants get wrong. At Pappas Bros Steakhouse, the dedication to excellence is immediately evident from the exquisite appearance to the decadent flavors of the steaks. The flavor profile is perfect because only black pepper and kosher salt are used as seasonings while butter in the right amount is applied.
The size of the steak also attests to the fact that the upscale steakhouse is a proud son of Texas – a 32-ounce perfectly grilled marbled meat is served bone-in before being carved tableside by a waiter.
Of course, the steak may be the star of the show but it isn’t the only star. The steakhouse also offers appetizers, such as lobster deviled eggs and crab cocktail; salads like Caesar salad and steakhouse salad; and soups. Be sure to leave room for the decadent desserts including goeey pecan pie, New York-style cheesecake, and classic crème brulee, to name a few.
To learn more about Pappas Bros Steakhouse or to find a location near you, visit their website at pappasbros.com.
Pappas Bros Steakhouse FAQ
How much is Pappas Bros Steakhouse's Texas Selection of Cheeses?
Texas Selection of Cheeses – $19.95
How much is a Bacon-Wrapped Scallops at Pappas Bros Steakhouse?
Bacon-Wrapped Scallops – $19.95
How much are Smoked Salmon Rillettes at Pappas Bros Steakhouse?
Smoked Salmon Rillettes – $18.95
How much does a Pappas Bros Steakhouse's Lobster Deviled Eggs Cost?
Lobster Deviled Eggs – $21.95