Sunday, February 19, 2017

Carve Out Time for $52 Sunday Prime Rib Dinner at American Cut

Sunday’s Prime Rib Dinner at American Cut is made for celebrating a week well spent or pausing to share a fine dinner and conversation before the new week throttles up. Buckhead’s classic American steakhouse with a modern twist now serves a two-course prix fixe menu for $52 per person (excludes tax and gratuity) from 4-9 p.m. each Sunday. Start dreaming of the juicy title cut, 12 ounces of succulent, dry-aged prime rib served with beef jus and horseradish sauce. Open up with a first course of either OG 1924 Hotel Caesar salad with Parmigiano-Reggiano, soft egg and Pullman crouton or Beeler’s Farm bacon with MF steak sauce and black onion. To complement your prime rib, choose a side from the menu’s scrumptious offerings such as mashed sweet potatoes with maple and pecans; potato purée “Robuchon;” twice-baked potato with cheddar and truffle; AC hash browns; beef fat fries with AC secret sauce; button mushrooms with garlic butter; carrot glazed carrot; sunchoked spinach with fontina and smoked salt; roasted Brussels sprouts with Parmesan and aged balsamic; collard greens with pecans and pork; Georgia Vidalia onion rings or pimento-studded mac and cheese. Savor this experience in the main dining room, but why not begin with a cocktail or glass of wine at the first floor bar or crown your meal contemplating a cocktail or spirit from the comfy seating of the rooftop Regent Cocktail Club overlooking Peachtree Street. Set off for the week pleasingly full, renewed and ready to conquer whatever weekdays throw your way.

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