building was originally a fire station, and the owners have done a great job keeping up with the increased demand for seating. They’ve enclosed what was an outdoor patio on the front and made a massive patio in the back. It’s a casual place to get a cool, locally brewed beer and a piping hot pizza on a crunchy crust.
There are two options when dining at Porterhouse: the main dining room or the bar area. My favorite is always the bar side. With its dark brick walls and cozy lighting, it’s the closest thing to a speakeasy in town..
Before I talk about the food, let’s talk about our server, Horia Hebert. Ask for her. If there’s a wait to sit in her section, grab a craft cocktail from the bar and chill. She’s there on Monday and Tuesday evenings and lunch most days.
Mexican stone bowl. Grilled chicken strips, steak, shrimp, bell peppers, onions and tomatoes, covered in tomatillo salsa and cheese sauce. This generous bowl of goodness is served with a guacamole salad, tortillas, rice and beans. Perfect for sharing on a date.
Exciting and vibrant dining option with some of the best live music around. The Superior Grill patio is like nowhere else in town. If you plan on going on a Friday or Saturday night, get there early or you’ll be waiting..