Grilling or pan-searing a filet mignon is a straightforward way to enjoy this tender cut of beef. Season it with salt and pepper and cook to your preferred level of doneness. Serve with a simple sauce like a red wine reduction or béarnaise.
Ribeye is known for its rich marbling, which makes it flavorful and juicy. Grill it to perfection, seasoning it with salt, pepper, and perhaps a herb-infused butter for added richness.
Creamed spinach is a classic steakhouse side dish. Sauté spinach and mix it with a creamy sauce that includes heavy cream, butter, and Parmesan cheese. Season with nutmeg, salt, and pepper.
Creamy garlic mashed potatoes make a wonderful accompaniment to steak. Boil or roast potatoes, mash them with butter, garlic, cream, and season with salt and pepper.
You can't go wrong with a perfectly baked potato. Rub them with oil and salt, bake until tender, then top with sour cream, chives, bacon bits, and cheese.
Crispy onion rings are a classic steakhouse appetizer. Coat onion rings in a seasoned batter, then deep-fry until golden brown and crispy.