About Ray's The Steaks
The pirate flag above the kitchen entrance says it all. This is a rebel among its steakhouse brethren. For starters, those not wielding an expense card can actually afford to eat here—and eat very well. (A full steak dinner for two and a bottle of wine runs less than $100.) All the beef is butchered and aged at least 30 days in-house, and where else are sides of creamed spinach and mashed potatoes free? Sure, you can splurge a little more on a 60-day dry-aged cowboy cut, but even the $19 hanger packs a lot of flavor. Just don’t skimp on a wedge of Key-lime pie for dessert. Moderate.
Also great: Crab bisque; bacon-wrapped scallops; Brazilian loin cap with “piranha” sauce; peppercorn-crusted New York strip with blue cheese; lobster mac and cheese.