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Whenever my family thinks of Steaks and Chops, we know we are only minutes away from the ultimate meat emporium...Peter Luger in Great Neck. This week, it was time to go back to this iconic steakhouse. Luger's offers upscale dining in a men's club type atmosphere. The deep wood panelling and floors, the antique wood and metal chandeliers and minimalist wooden tables let you step back in time to a different era. The waiters are seasoned pros who have worked at the restaurant for years and are out of "central casting". The menu is straightforward and simple as a purveyor of fine meat and fish. We started our meal off with a Shrimp cocktail with the famous Luger Sauce. Each shrimp was the size of small lobster, chilled, succulent and a meal in itself. Even though our appetizer took the edge off of our appetite, we anxiously awaited our entrees: A medium rare Porterhouse steak for two, Luger's home fries,and creamed spinach. Our steak was coated in a delicious coating of natural juices and could easily have served a family of four. The home fries had just the right combination of potatoes and onions and came to the table sizzling hot. Creamed Spinach, my favorite, was a deep emerald green and as delicious to eat as it was to admire. Eventhough Luger is known for its fabulous steak and chops, their broiled 2-3 pound lobsters are amazing. We had our lobster split so that we could enjoy our own luxe version of Surf and Turf. We accompanied our meal with imported Panne water and occasionally tried some of the assorted flat breads and multi-grain rolls prepared for the table. Although we came in hungry we were fully sated and still had enough steak left over for indulging ourselves the next day. Our waiter was courteous, knowledgeable and attentive in making sure that our napkins,silverware and plates were changed at the appropriate time. After 2-1/2 hours of fine dining, we were served a chocolate mousse cake with Lugers fabulous whipped cream topping. As we left with our goody bags filled with meat and potatoes, our waiter gifted us with large chocolate gold coins to leave Luger's on a "sweet note. After all these years, Peter Luger still remains on top as one of Long Island's and Brooklyn's (the original restaurant) most popular steak and chop houses. It is a wonderful place to entertain, dine, or gather for a family occasion. In other words.. "A truly great restaurant"! Call for reservations...718-387-0500.
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