With a broad range of grass-fed, dry-aged prime beef well in hand, this upmarket steak shrine aims to please and consistently does so. If you have always wanted to compare Japanese kobe beef ($100) with American wagyu ($40), Benny’s is the place to do it, especially since neither will disappoint; nor will the hefty veal chop garnished with crisp shoestring onions. Pork lovers will thrill to a shockingly rich side of maple-glazed bacon, cut superthick. Exciting seafood choices, from a primo crab cake appetizer to fat sea scallops with summer greens, nicely round out the menu. Fans of Turley Zinfandels are in luck, and so are banana cream pie junkies.
Dishes We Liked
Chop House maple-glazed bacon ($13), dry-aged bone-in New York strip ($60), onion rings with sambal rémoulade ($11), carrot cake ($10)
Child friendly Wheelchair accessible Will seat past 10:30 p.m.