Steak and a Glass of Red Wine at Bobby Van’s? Yes Please!
For all of you carnivores out there, we know how important it is to be in the know on New York City’s steak houses. So we jumped at the opportunity to try out the East Side location of Bobby Van’s Steak House. This steak lover favorite emphasizes classic rustic décor, with an emphasis on wood and leather furnishings, low lighting, and a robust bar/lounge where patrons can enjoy hearty appetizers and an impressive selection of beers and wines. Bobby Van’s stresses a masculine, earthy feel, with business patrons in crisp collars and exquisite ties frequenting the steak house on any given night of the week.
The menu bore a satisfying number of choices that included sirloin steak ($39), Roasted lemon pepper chicken ($28.50), and Pasta Primavera ($22) just to name a few – of course, this carnivore opted for the steak: a juicy, wonderfully marbled, medium rare sirloin with a lovely balance of flavor. The steak was paired with buttery steamed green beans and potato wedges roasted to perfection, all paired with a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon ($12). Nom nom! How could a meal like this get any better? Chocolate mouse of course! Rather than serving an over-whipped version of the dish, Bobby Van’s serves a sweet confection of creamy rich chocolaty yumminess.
Check out Bobby Van’s Steak House and other locations at bobbyvans.com!