POW! We love dining with fellow meat lovers, and there is no better place to gobble tasty slabs of meat than at Raoul’s on Prince Street in the Soho section of Manhattan, New York City. . .mmmm, aaaahh!
Raoul’s recently turned forty years old so you know it’s good. . .a restaurant does not survive this long in New York without rockin’ and rollin’ it each and every night. The steak au poivre is the most famous dish here…all four of us order it cooked a perfect medium-rare with extra au poivre sauce on the side and a healthy mound of fries cooked in duck fat or some kind of fat that makes them ultra-delectable. All of this goodness is washed down with a red burgundy chosen by our waitperson, Alex. . .jaaa!! This meal makes us happy…real happy.
We hope that Raoul’s lasts at least another forty years or so. . .and we especially hope that you will pop into this place some time and experience all of the goodness that they have to offer you: great atmosphere, great staff, great drink, and great food. . .you deserve all of this right NOW.
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