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Capital Grille

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Capital Grille Review

A carnivore's utopia awaits within the clubby, dark-wood walls of this beloved steak house favored by those on expense accounts. Adjust your starched napkin and tuck into such staples as lobster and crab cakes, a massive shellfish platter, and succulent meats such as the 24-ounce dry-aged porterhouse. The crowd-watching is as tasty as the food: VIPs in striped suits make deals over dessert, and wives in Manolo Blahnik heels sip martinis.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch weekends.
Updated: 11-13-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Another steakhouse chain

    It's another of these upscale steakhouse chains, arguably better than most of its ilk. Excellent breadbasket and service, respectable steak, but ungodly expensive and not the best value for it.

    by bachslunch, 11/24/08
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    no value

    no value for the bucks.
    overpriced for food.
    restaurant professionals would never visit this restaurant because of high prices.
    this is for folks on the expense account and people with excess $$$$ who do not know good food value if it kicked them in the butt.

    by atpenergy, 8/16/07

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