I’m sorry, but the Buds & attitude are kickin’ in & I’ve got to speak my peace.
if you put a b&b on a sizzlin platter it won’t cook it to cardboard unles they give you a 1000 degreeplate.
NICE HUNK OF STEAK, but that shirt on russ2304 is preppy to the max!!!
B and B stands for "Black and Blue"—- steak charred black on outside and blue(as rare as rare can get)on the inside. Reference photo—-looks pretty close—-sizzle platter keeps on cooking it, so even if it is pulled from grill BandB,by the time it hits table it is , at best ,medium well to cardboard.
[:p]What is B and B in regards to steaks russ2304? I wouldn’t mind if the steak came out sizzling
cause at least I would know it was hot.
Big Ugly Mich
Florida is commonly known as Hurricane Alley, at least the ocean (east) coast![;)]
There ya go that incredible picture says it all-the only way to eat a real hunk of prime! My only visit to RC was a disaster because of this. They serve all their meats on a red hot sizzle platter–I demand my steaks to be B and B——Pittsburgh——–when said steak arrived on platter I told server to take it back and return with non sizzled steak to which I was told that is the way we serve them —no exception—with no exception I and my wife left premisis never to return———–OB is not too bad and a few locations have introduced some PRIME selections which are quite lovely
I just look for the sign over the urinal that says "Extra Long"
Very well said and so true.
I’ll be going to the Ruth’s Chris in Atlantic City next week, I’ll report back.
My experience has been that the quality of a franchise is directly related to how well it is managed. Case in point: Roy’s. Some Roy’s are awful, some are outstanding. You can’t go to one and then make a statement that encompasses them all.
The reason you’ll get argument is that Roadfood is first and foremost AN OPINION site; it EXISTS for people to state their opinions. The best you can hope for is some respect, and of course that’s give-and-get with a little bit of leeway, forgiveness, and thick-hidedness.
Each time I have been to RC, the sides were enormous and the steak was very good.
Paul E. Smith
Can you say "Enron"? Expense accounts are the best!!
Okay, people, tongue in cheek!! [:p]
When I lived in Houston, we only went to Ruth’s Chris when folks came down from corporate in Boston – they adored it, especially since our Company’s logo was on the back wall with all the other oil patch-related companys’ logos.
I remember there was a sign in the men’s room over the urinals that said "Aren’t you glad you’re on an expense account?", and we sure were.
Obviously anything like this should have been brought to the attention of the waitstaff or manager and been rectified or compensated in some way. If you tried and it wasn’t then maybe it was your obviously plesant demeanor that kept them from taking great care of you. You, however, have been arguing that the STEAKS at Outback are as good as the ones at RC. And as I said earlier, if you think this then just go to Outback. Many others see a difference and are willing to pay for it and do not see them as crooks.
Ruth’s Chris varies from place to place. The best RC’s I’ve been to was in Palm Desert, CA, and it was fantastic.
Outback’s can vary as well. In some places, the steaks are inedible, gristle. However, if you compare the best Outback that I’ve been to to the worst RC, RC wins.
Anyone who has a brain knows that you are going to pay a premium price at RC’s, Morton’s, etc. Some people don’t have the ability to discern between prime and choice meats. That is their loss.
If you are looking for a place where everybody agrees with you, good luck! If you are looking for a place where you do not have an occasional rude remark to your comments, good luck!
If you are looking for a place where you can talking about food, you have found the place and you are at home.
Paul E. Smith
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