Sullivan’s Steak House: Low Lights, Dark Paneling & New “Bar None” Menu

Sullivan’s Steak House: Low Lights, Dark Paneling & New “Bar None” Menu

The night was made for red wine: the lights were low and the paneling that surroundedd the room was dark. Our server presented a bottle of wine with a black label with familiar red lettters that conveyed the name “Sullivans”.  This was Sullivan’s Steak House in Houston, Texas yesterday with the evening’s host, Saidi Syed.

Tweets were flying from me @VintageTexas and @TXWineLover, supported by Cookbook Chef Erwin Hicks Miller and MyTable Magazine’s associate publisher Taylor Byrne Dodge.

The night celebrated the inauguration of Sullivan’s new wine and bar menu:

1. New bar menu – that, bar none, was a delight to behold…personal faves were the Tuna Tacos and the Wild Arugula Flatbread. But, then came the steak…Wow!

2. New specially blended Sullivan’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon from the hand of rock winemaker Bob Foley.

3. Mid-menu, Sullivan’s Wine Sommelier Kristie Farmer presented our taste of Flora Springs Trilogy over the top red blend (on the wine card for only $99). I no sooner lauched my Tweet, but I got the following response via @FloraSprings: Yum! MT @vintagetexas Sliced NY Strip steak at @SullivansSteak with Flora Springs Trilogy “delightful”

4. We received  a preview of an upcoming Sullivan’s vintner dinner featuring wines from Frog’s Leap (a taste of Frog’s Leap Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon that gave the famous “Rutherford Dust”).

What to see more? Do a Twitter search on the Sullivan Steakhouse twitter handle…@SullivansSteak. We posted lots of TwitPics of great bar food.

Then,  stop on by and do your own taste test of Sullivan’s new bar menu. You’ll be glad you did.

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