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Deleece Grill Pub (on Clark Street)
Deleece Grill Pub is a neighborhood restaurant with the same casual sophistication as Deleece on Southport, but here the focus will be on grilled steaks and burgers along with a wide selection of mouth watering sides. The menu boasts eight different steaks including a 10 oz. peppercorn crusted hanger steak with Meadow Creek Grayson, a 14 oz. New York strip covered with grilled onions and Grafton Village 4 yr. white cheddar, and an 18 oz. ribeye with a garlic porcini ragout. The menu has plenty of choices for those not interested in red meat, including shrimp, fish, chicken, and mac and cheese five different ways in addition to a separate artesan cheese menu.
The bar features a large beer list of primarily American craft brews in addition to a large American whisky list. In fact, the focus of this restaurant is “American made”.
"Enjoyed their take on upscale comfort food. My table had the appetizer pizza, BLT, burger and mac n' cheese. All delicious. Highly recommend the onion rings and the Nueske's bacon was great quality. Wish they had a better mustard besides yellow, like Dijon, but it was ok.
Service was very nice too! Highly recommend this neighborhood gem!"
Dined on 03/02/2013
Special Features: fit for foodies, neighborhood gem
"It's not quite as good as the original location which has a different menu. This is a little bit more casual. Everything about it was good, but not great. Prices might have been a tad high, but not crazy over-priced. However, it's in a good area, especially if you're going to Blue Man Group for which they offer a discount on dinner which is nice."
"Food was just ok, nothing fantastic. Really liked the ambiance, had a fireplace so perfect for a casual date. Went with a group of friends and it was perfect for a group. Just would have wished for better food for the prices."
Dined on 02/22/2013
Special Features: good for groups
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