Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

Digest Step Up to the Plate

January 15, 2017

Story By: Lynsey Beth Futa |

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A CLOSER LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S HOUSE SPECIAL: STEAK FOR TWO WITH CREAMED SPINACH ($11.95) AND MASHED POTATOES ($11.95)

Have you ever had a meal so unforgettable that you dream about the next time you’ll be able to enjoy it again? A dish so tasty and out-of-this-world delicious that you salivate remembering each bite? Such is the case for customers who dine at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse in Waikiki.

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Situated on the third floor of Royal Hawaiian Center, the established steak house — opened by renowned restaurateur Wolfgang Zwiener — dishes out its delectable 28-day dry-aged USDA Prime steaks, irresistible sides and a plethora of other to-die-for items, including seafood.

While you may not automatically think of seafood when dining at a steak house, Wolfgang’s serves the same caliber of ocean-sourced bites as its top-of-the-line meats. Take, for instance, Seafood Platter (starts at $24.95). Ask your server about this off-the-menu appetizer and dig in to half of a Maine lobster, jumbo shrimp and jumbo lump blue crab meat, all served chilled over ice with a helping of cocktail sauce and lemon. Furthermore, diners are able to double — even triple — their platter order, if they choose, for an adjusted price.

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Although you won’t forget the seafood, you’ll be sure to come back for the steak. And what better way to enjoy Wolfgang’s famous slabs of beef than by ordering a slice comprised of both a filet mignon and sirloin cut? Steak for Two ($115.95) offers a bone-in 32-ounce steak made for sharing. As the juices sizzle on the plate, emitting drool-worthy smells, every bite of meat becomes in-grained in your memory, beckoning you to come back again.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

Royal Hawaiian Center
2301 Kalakaua Ave., third level, Waikiki
922-3600
Daily, 11 a.m.-midnight; happy hour daily, 11 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
wolfgangssteakhouse.net/waikiki

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