Sneak a Peek at the Menu of the 1904 Steak House
The website promises "a decadent menu that will overwhelm your taste-buds and transport you to the early 20th century." In truth, the menu appears to offer standard steakhouse fare -- and not much different from the Ruby's menu, either.
There are three prime, dry-aged steaks: a filet mignon, Kansas City strip and porterhouse. There are also four "signature cuts." The menu doesn't make clear whether these are also prime and/or dry-aged, though the fact that they aren't listed with the other three suggests not. The steaks are cooked in a 1600-degree broiler with a "signature spice blend."
There is a surf and turf dish as well as non-steak main courses (e.g., veal, swordfish, roast chicken). Sides are the usual steakhouse suspects: various potato dishes, creamed spinach.
Watch for our "First Look" at the menu later this week.