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Old 04-16-2011, 11:27 AM
 
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Decided on the Sunbird, prime rib. Thanks
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Old 04-19-2011, 09:59 AM
 
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Texas T-Bone on Academy and Montebello, just off Union, across from the Target shopping center, is pretty yummy. They have the BEST salads. The service is the best I have had in the Springs. Really worth a try and happy hour too!!
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Old 04-19-2011, 11:53 AM
 
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Had an outstanding prime rib at the Sunbird, I would recommend to anyone.
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Old 04-03-2012, 12:51 PM
 
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Has anyone had the prime rib at the Falcons Bar and Grill?
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Old 04-20-2012, 04:23 PM
 
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We moved here in January so I appreciate all of the recommendations on restaurants in the forums. I do love Texas Road House but if you're willing to take a little drive to Denver Del Frisco's has the most mouth watering steak I have ever had. I ordered the rib eye and it was like butter. I'm going to try Steaksmith in town this weekend.
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Old 11-27-2012, 11:13 AM
 
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We moved here in January so I appreciate all of the recommendations on restaurants in the forums. I do love Texas Road House but if you're willing to take a little drive to Denver Del Frisco's has the most mouth watering steak I have ever had. I ordered the rib eye and it was like butter. I'm going to try Steaksmith in town this weekend.
I hope you made it to Steaksmith, as they shut their doors this week. Rather sad when an old landmark eatery goes away.

Went once, liked it a lot, my review is at posting #36.

Only thing I didn't like was the red/black flocked wallpaper, looked very dated and it was kind of dark in there.

These days I'm a lot closer to Saltgrass Steakhouse near Chapel Hills Mall.

Steaksmith's website is still active, while it lasts, here's the menu. If they were losing money at their prices it must've been due to lack of patronage or some internal problems. Here are the prices at Steaksmith, which we won't be able to see once their website is shut down.

Premium Choice Aged Beef
All Dinners include Salad Bar of Soup of the Day along with our Freshly Baked Bread. You also have your choice of French Fries, seasoned White Rice Blended with Stir Fried Vegetables, Baked Potato, Seasoned Vegetable Medley, Garlic Mashed Potatoes.

Top Sirloin $26.95
Petite Sirloin $22.95
Teriyaki Sirloin $26.95
Petite Teriyaki $22.95
N.Y. Strip Steak $29.95
Filet Mignon $39.95
Petite Filet Mignon $32.95
Boneless Ribeye $34.95
Prime Rib Served with Au Jus – 8 oz $25.95 12 oz $30.95 16 oz $36.95
King Cut Sirloin $41.95 22 oz


Meanwhile, here's the menu at our local Saltgrass.
Note the petit filet (Maudeen's) is only $22.99 at Saltgrass, which is $10 cheaper than Steaksmith.
Prime ribs at Saltgrass are $8-$13 cheaper than Steaksmith's, based on size.

For comparison, here are the other prices at Saltgrass as they exist today

Top Sirloin* .Certified Angus Beef® Center Cut Top Sirloin, 9 oz . $17.99 11 oz $19.99
Prime Rib* Certified Angus Beef® Prime Rib, served au jus. 8 oz . $17.99 12 oz . $20.99 16 oz . $23 .99
Ribeye* Certified Angus Beef® Ribeye is our most flavorful steak 12 oz . 20 .99 16 oz . 23 .99
New York Strip Certified Angus Beef® Center Cut 12 oz. $22.99
Texas T-Bone* Certified Angus Beef® T-Bone is the “Great Steak of Texas” 17 oz $24.99
Porterhouse* 22 oz $28.99
Cowboy Ribeye* 24 oz $30.99
Maudeen’s Center Cut Filet* 6 oz. $22.99 9 oz. $27.99
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:41 PM
 
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Bummer. I had no idea the Steaksmith closed! I always felt they should update but appreciated the well cooked steak.
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Old 12-13-2012, 10:28 PM
 
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Love the Saltgrass! Their food is delicious. I have tried the Texas T-Bone on Academy and Montebello and find their food bland and when I went it was cold. I went to the Steaksmith once and I'm sorry to see it go. Outback is okay and so is Texas Roadhouse but the Saltgrass by far is superior when it comes to the food. You might pay more but that saying, you get what you pay surely applies to the Saltgrass and the bargain dinners at Texas Roadhouse.

Although I do prefer a good steak at home.
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Old 12-14-2012, 10:51 AM
 
Location: Woodland Park, CO
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Gotta put Saltgrass on my list. Never been there.
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Old 12-14-2012, 01:08 PM
 
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Gotta put Saltgrass on my list. Never been there.
We love it. They are part of the Landry's chain which has many eateries that are pretty good. We took a membership in their Select Club which is their frequent flyer club where one earns free meals, etc. There is a $25 initiation fee but you get that back within weeks.

It's just off I-25 Exit 150, at Academy and Jamboree, with the parking lot entrance on Jamboree. The building once housed Joe's Crab Shack.
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