Though its downtown location has closed, that hasn't stopped Dierdorf & Hart's from keeping up with its reputation as an upscale steak house. Starters include salads that can be topped with a variety of housemade dressings, but steak rules at Dierdorf & Hart's, with options such as a boneless strip steak - available in either 12-, 18- or 24-ounce portions - or, for the serious carnivore, a 30-ounce porterhouse. Dierdorf & Hart's also offers seafood, including lobster tail and salmon. Even vegetarians can get dolled up and enjoy the Dierdorf & Hart's experience - a vegetarian lasagna joins the other entree choices. For frugal diners who want the most bang for their buck, Dierdorf & Hart's also features a three-course prix-fixe menu.

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Though its downtown location has closed, that hasn't stopped Dierdorf & Hart's from keeping up with its reputation as an upscale steak house. Starters include salads that can be topped with a variety of housemade dressings, but steak rules at Dierdorf & Hart's, with options such as a boneless strip steak - available in either 12-, 18- or 24-ounce portions - or, for the serious carnivore, a 30-ounce porterhouse. Dierdorf & Hart's also offers seafood, including lobster tail and salmon. Even vegetarians can get dolled up and enjoy the Dierdorf & Hart's experience - a vegetarian lasagna joins the other entree choices. For frugal diners who want the most bang for their buck, Dierdorf & Hart's also features a three-course prix-fixe menu.

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Price: $$$$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, Diners Club, cash

Parking: Street


Reservations: Accepted


Attire: Business-casual attire


Extra Info: Takeout available during lunch hours only

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