a restaurant specializing in beefsteak.
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How to use steakhouse in a sentence
Rather than join Buffett for high-profile lunches in New York City, Weschler flew to Buffett’s hometown of Omaha to dine at a since-closed steakhouse called Picolo’s.The simple tricks that turned one investor’s $70,000 retirement account into a $264 million fortune | Allan Sloan | August 27, 2021 | Washington Post
You got your steakhouse, you got your burger place, you got your barber, you got your mechanic, you got your pizza place and taco stand.
After all, there is little to gain by marketing a steakhouse restaurant to somebody that exclusively shows interest in a vegan lifestyle.Seven first-party data capturing opportunities your business is missing out on | Joe Dawson | April 29, 2021 | Search Engine Watch
Multiple liens have been filed against the Downtown steakhouse by allegedly unpaid contractors amid a pair of dueling lawsuitsSalt Bae’s Dallas Steakhouse Is Already Embroiled In Legal Drama — And It Isn’t Even Open Yet | Amy McCarthy | February 3, 2021 | Eater
It was that dude from the steakhouse, hanging out with his mom.
This extravagant borrowing funds a steakhouse, outdoor hot tubs, a first-run movie theater, and a roaming ice-cream truck.
His father, Jack Sr., owned a popular Oklahoma City steakhouse and was involved in local politics.Under Obama, a Breakdown in the Death Benefits Owed to Veterans | Aaron Glantz | May 1, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Omaha has very good steaks (though not, alas, as Warren Buffett's favorite steakhouse).
That was quickly followed by another New York entry, the Olde Homestead steakhouse Kobe beef burger, priced at $41.
British Dictionary definitions for steakhouse
a restaurant that has steaks as its speciality
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