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Kingston Cuts

Perfect For:Walk-Ins

The french fries have no business being as good as they are at Kingston Cuts. Overall, this is a pretty mediocre steak house that feels like a hotel restaurant in a hotel you don’t really want to stay in (which is maybe a pretty impressive feat, since it’s not actually in a hotel). Don’t think of it as a classic, clubby kind of steakhouse, because, with the exception of a couple of strips and ribeye, it serves mostly bar food. You don’t really need to come here, but, man, those fries are pretty good.

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