Sullivan’s Steakhouse Prices

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Steakhouses in the United States are a dime a dozen, from the mom-and-pop types to the international chains. In this competitive industry, standing out from the competition is a challenge.

But despite its fewer number of locations than the international chains, Sullivan’s Steakhouse has managed to maintain the integrity of its brand. The secret to its success lies partly in its commitment to high customer satisfaction from its awesome steaks and long wine list to its amazing customer service, especially for a chain its size.

Below are the latest Sullivan’s Steakhouse menu prices.

ItemPrice

Top Menu Items

Filet Mignon$43.05
Bone-In Ribeye Cowboy Cut$51.45
Brussels Sprouts$10.50

Popular Items

Prime Aged Beef Burger*$14.00
Cheesesteak Eggrolls$14.67
Prime Aged Beef Burger$14.00
Shaved Prime Rib French Dip$17.00
Three Cheese Mac$11.23
Filet Mignon*$29.85
Steakhouse Salad*$27.00
Hickory Bacon Burger$16.00
Steakhouse Salad$22.43
New York Strip*$40.50
Prime Delmonico Steak Sandwich$17.50
Key Lime Pie$9.18
Spicy Shrimp Eggrolls$14.93

Starters

Lump Crab Cake$18.07
Sriracha Shrimp Lettuce Cups$10.00
Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail$17.35
Fresh Seared Ahi Tuna$17.85
Crispy Shanghai Calamari$17.85
Shaved Prime Steak Sliders$14.70
Crab Cake Sliders$16.80

Soups & Greens

Shrimp & Lobster Bisque$9.45
Market Fresh Greens Salad$8.93
Iceberg Lettuce Wedge Salad$9.45

Salads

Charcuterie Chopped Salad$13.00
BLT Salad$9.80
Chopped Chicken Cobb Salad$14.00
Spinach Salad$11.00
Caesar Salad$9.16
Market Fresh Greens$8.50
Iceberg Lettuce Wedge$8.50

Sandwiches

Napa Valley Chicken Salad Sandwich$14.00
Baked Sweet Basil Chicken Sandwich$14.00
Crab Cake Sandwich$18.00

Bone-In Cuts

Bone-In Filet$68.25
Bone-In Filet*$65.00
Roasted Rack of Lamb$47.25
Bone-In KC Strip$51.45
Wagyu Bone-In Strip$72.45

Sandwiches & More

IPA Battered Shrimp & Chips$15.00

Signature House-Cut Steaks

16 oz. Ribeye$48.30
12 oz. New York Strip$43.05

Burgers (USDA Prime)

Quattro Burger$16.00
Tuscan Burger$16.00
Ahi Tuna Burger$17.50

Fresh Seafood & Chicken

Seasonal Salmon*$28.50
George's Bay Seared Scallops$40.95
Signature Lump Crab Cake$36.75
Ahi Tuna Steak*$37.50
Seasonal Ahi Tuna Steak$40.95
Pan-Seared Chilean Sea Bass* "Hong Kong Style"*$42.00
Seasonal Salmon$30.45
Herb Brick Chicken$30.07
Pan-Seared Sea Bass “Hong Kong Style"$45.15
1 lb. Lobster Tail$64.05

House-Cut Steaks

All of our steaks are gluten-free.
Ribeye*$45.50

Enhance Your Steak

Oscar Style$11.00
Signature Butters$3.00

Side Dishes

Garlic Horseradish Mashed Potatoes$9.61
Fresh Baby Spinach$10.50
Spaghetti Squash$10.50
Fresh Asparagus$11.23
Fresh Broccoli$9.91
Fingerling Potatoes$10.50
Salt-Crusted Idaho Baked Potato$9.45
Cream-Style Spinach$9.50
Lobster Horseradish Mashed Potatoes$16.80
Wild Steakhouse Mushrooms$10.50
White Cheddar & Bacon Au Gratin Potatoes$11.55
Cream Style Spinach$10.50

Desserts

New York-Style Cheesecake$9.98
New York Style Cheesecake$9.50
Bananas Foster Bread Pudding$9.98
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History

Based on its website information, Sullivan’s Steakhouse has been around for several years.

What They’re Famous For

Sullivan’s Steakhouse is known for being a neighborhood steakhouse where the community gathers for special occasions and for times when steaks and seafood are best enjoyed with family and friends. The menu also features hand-shaken martinis while the upbeat ambiance comes partly from the live music.

Why Eat Here

The dining experience isn’t just about the quality of the food and drinks although these are arguably the most important part. Instead, the quality of the customer service and the type of atmosphere are also important in the overall scheme.  We have to say that the Sullivan’s Steakhouse meets the criteria as among the best steakhouses in town.

Everybody on the staff from the managers to the waiters appears to have excellent training in the art and science of restaurant operations. The result: The diners feel like valued customers whose enjoyable dining experience is the topmost priority for the staff.

The waiters are attentive, helpful and friendly, as well as quick in delivering the diners’ orders to their tables. The managers even take the time to check up on the diners, say hello to them, and ask about their dining experience so far, all without intruding too much into their meals.  The hostesses are also warm and welcoming yet still maintaining their professional attitude.

The place as much as the people also has a welcoming vibe, a surprising ambiance considering the dimly-lit interiors. The décor, furthermore, is characterized by its classy look, a surprising aspect in a mid-range steakhouse.

When you come here, you should remember that it has a dressy dress code so smart casual attire is a must. The sophisticated ambiance definitely deserves dressing up for the occasion, especially when you’re on a date. The steakhouse isn’t such a good place to bring children unless they have learned their table manners well.

On certain days, nonetheless, you may find people being more casual in their attire, perhaps with a few children in the crowd. This is welcome news for families who like to bring along kids to a restaurant other than the usual fast-food joint.

While there’s live music, the restaurant isn’t a good place to go dancing. The live jazz music, nonetheless, is a joy to listen to while you’re enjoying your meal.

Of course, the steaks are the stars of the show because it’s a steakhouse! The bone-in steaks have sublime flavors, whether it’s a rib-eye or a Wagyu strip. Each order can be served with bourbon from the bar, an excellent food-and-drink pairing that connoisseurs appreciate.

There are seven cuts of bone-in steaks available, namely:  Long-Bone Berkshire Pork Chop, Bone-in Filet, Bone-in Ribeye Cowboy Cut, Wagyu Bone-In Strip, Dry-Aged Long Bone Ribeye, Kansas City Bone-In, and Roasted Rack of Lamb. With these choices, you will find a cut that will satisfy your craving for succulent, juicy and flavorful meats.  We highly recommend the Wagyu Bone-In Strip and the Roasted Rack of Lamb, both of which have a melt-in-your-mouth quality.

The cuts of meat are usually done medium-rare, just as many people like to eat their steaks because of the perfect balance of taste and texture. But diners can also request their steaks to be prepared just the way they like, whether it’s rare or well-done.

Aside from the superb steaks, the menu also features starters, soups and salads, among others. The starters include Cheesesteak Eggrolls, Fresh Seared Rare Ahi Tuna, Crispy Shanghai Calamari, Lump Crab Cake, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, and Oysters on the Half Shell. The soups include creamy French Onion Soup and flavorful Shrimp and Lobster Bisque.

The salads are just as impressive with their generous portions and beautiful presentation. There’s the Market Fresh Greens with radish, cherry tomatoes, and shaved Gruyere cheese; the Iceberg Lettuce Wedge with vine ripe tomatoes topped with blue cheese dressing and crumbled blue cheese; the Caesar Salad with heart of romaine, toasted croutons, and shaved parmesan cheese; and the Steakhouse Salad with broiled slices strip steak, mixed greens deviled eggs, bacon, and blue cheese topped with a lemon-horseradish dressing.

Be sure to make your reservations if you’re coming in as a group. For now, Sullivan’s Steakhouse doesn’t accept Apple Pay and Android Pay so paying for your food and drinks must be done with cash and/or credit cards.

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

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