Noah Grant’s Grill House & Oyster Bar


Nothing is simple at this cozy suburban dining spot where no steak goes unslathered, and rare is the side dish sent out untouched by bacon or cheese. The broad menu ranges from elaborate sushi combinations to a dense baseball-cut sirloin (like a well-marbled filet) encrusted with crawfish. Dishes with an Asian influence shine, like a single crab Rangoon as fat and sweet as an apple dumpling and seared ahi coated in black sesame seeds (even though its “sticky rice” accompaniment is really just long-grain packed into a form—we won’t be fooled). Dessert is a must, either the rich butter cake served in its own stemmed bowl under a mound of whipped cream and macerated berries, or a moist block of bread pudding doused in Wild Turkey honey-bourbon sauce.

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