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Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
Steak House$$$
Today 4:00 – 10:00 pm
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114 W 7th St Austin, TX 78701
114 West 7th StreetUSTexasAustin78701
(512) 474-6300perryssteakhouse.com
$$$Steak House, American Restaurant
Steak House
American Restaurant
Wine Bar
Fine Dining Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Today 4:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 4:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 4:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 4:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 4:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 4:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 4:00 – 9:00 pm
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Located downtown in the historic Norwood Tower, Perry's Steakhouse & Grille features unique décor, patio seating and Perry’s award-winning menu.
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Chops, seafood, wine & cocktails served in an upscale setting with a lounge & live jazz.- Google
"The Friday lunch special is the best pork chop I have ever had in my life."
"Perry's embodies the definition of a proper steakhouse."
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Dennis Cao
3 weeks ago
It should be a testament to these following two dishes that despite having gone to this steakhouse over numerous occasions, I have still yet to try one of their steaks. Now hear my out, you should take notice that in a steakhouse with loads of meat options, there have been times that I've gone and only ordered their salad. I absolutely love their Field Greens, Pear, & Candied Pecans Salad. The vinaigrette is the perfect foil to the sweet pear, mandarin oranges, and candied pecans. It's salty, sweet, and sour all at the same time. It's always a struggle to decide between that salad, or Perry's signature Pork Chop. It doesn't matter if it's the lunch portion or dinner, the serving size of this pork chop can easily be split between two adults. They carve the chop table-side into three sections - the short ribs, the thick loin, and the flavor packed "eyelash". They always advise you to eat the eyelash first, which is essentially the juiciest part of the loin and that's how you should start. It's creamy, sweet, juicy, and just charred enough to give you a smokey flavor. The rest of the loin is a desert in comparison and you will need to eat it with either the whipped potatoes or apple sauce that accompanies the chop. The ribs are my second favorite aspect of the chop, it has the similar smokiness to the eyelash but it's obviously leaner and tougher in contrast. I've always been satisfied with their service and quality every time I come here. It's great for a romantic night out, a celebratory night out, or simply a great gathering for friends to eat good food.
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Cheryl Summers
a month ago
This restaurant is absolutely superb. The smoked salmon was amazing followed by the Filet Mignon main course which was simply immaculate. They service was just as wonderful as the food. It was an incredible ambiance and an overall amazing dining experience.
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Jake Basile
2 months ago
Do you have time for a 1+ hour lunch on Friday? Do you enjoy pork? This is the place for you. Their Friday lunch special is known for being hearty, delicious, and well-priced. I am sure their dinner menu is just as delectable but is decidedly less thrifty, but I have never felt the need to get anything but their pork chop!
Wade Waugh
4 months ago
Horrible place to go on Fridays for lunch. (More pork chops for meeeeeee!!) Lol Just kiddin this place is great!
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CJ Redfern
2 months ago
This was my first time in Texas, and I decided on Perry's as the place to see if Texas really does have the best steaks, and it did not disappoint! Everything was excellent! I had the crab cakes, chopped salad (unusually good!), and Filet Perry's (one of the best steaks I've ever had! Especially loved the lump crab meat on top!). The blueberry cucumber martini's were also the best drinks by far out of the selection. Definitely recommend and one of the best steakhouses I've been to, ever.
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Gary Hwu
2 months ago
Friday lunch signature Pork Chop all the way! I know the lunch portion is supposedly smaller than the dinner portion, but man it's still a lot of food. I would get an appetizer or dessert, but the Pork Chop itself already does the job, especially when it comes with a side a Mashed Potatoes and Apple Sauce. I've never had a pork chop quite like Perry's; the meat is so flavorful...I don't know what they season the pork with but it's the perfect mixture of sweet and saltiness. I like how when they bring out the dishes that they cut the meat in front of you, and describe to you what each meat portion is and how you should eat them. I feel like the mashed potatoes are underrated here, mainly since the pork chop is so delicious. But eating the mashed potatoes as leftovers the next day was the best meal ever! "It's just mashed potatoes Gary. Calm down." Yes, yes it is just mashed potatoes, but I love it. I've been here a few times and the service is always excellent. But I want to make a shoutout to one particular waiter named Eli who made my dining experience wonderful. He was courteous and provided exceptional service to my table. Thanks Eli! My Friday lunches just got reserved for this place (on that note, make a reservation if you plan on dining here).
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Danny Gorman
2 months ago
As a meat lover, this place was a must-try while visiting Austin. For starters, the jumbo lump crab cakes were delicious (and not very fishy-tasting coming from someone that doesn't love seafood). The Filet Perry was one of the best filet mignons we've had, especially being topped with crabmeat. The prime ribeye also had great flavor and was very tender. The herb garlic butter topping on the steaks made for an excellent sauce. For dessert, the crème brulée was a good choice, as was the warm chocolate cake. The servers were very attentive and friendly with fairly average prices for a high-end steak house.
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Boris Berkovich
2 months ago
Decent food. Sub par service. Go elsewhere for the full experience. Disappointed in getting nickel and dime'd given the price point. Was expecting more. Specifically disappointed by the manager Jason Newell.