April 30th, 2000 Prime Cuts Steak house indies are setting a new kind of table By John Mariani Whether it's a backlash against the nutritional terrorism of the '80s or a headlong rush to a high-protein diet, steak house chains charging $30 and more for a sirloin (no potatoes) have set their brand in just about every major American city.
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