Some say that the “New York strip” dates back to 1837 when a restaurant called Delmonico’s opened in Manhattan, NYC. One of the signature dishes was a gourmet steak cut from the short loin of the steer, which was labeled on the menu as a “Delmonico steak.” The deliciously tender steak gained popularity as people flocked from all over to taste it for themselves. Before too long, it was called the New York strip steak due to its popularity at Delmonico’s Restaurant in the city that never sleeps.
Our very own Chef Robert puts a southern spin on this dish by adding pimento cheese on top of the steak. Visit River Dunes for more gourmet meals just like this!
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