The dry-aged new york steak is the star of the show at this high-end steakhouse.

Kaitlyn Iserman

The dry-aged new york steak is the star of the show at this high-end steakhouse.

First opened on King Street in 2009, the upscale steakhouse has since expanded to include four locations across the state. The family-run empire excels at flawless service, craft cocktails, and wet and dry-aged steaks. Regulars are known to eat there daily, and after sampling the Hall’s legendary she crab soup, it’s easy to understand why. Note that the bar menu offers unique treats, like the chophouse burger, served with black truffle fries. The popular Sunday gospel brunch usually books up a month in advance, so plan accordingly. (Dish, Winter 2020)

Restaurant Details

Classic steakhouse fare: oysters rockefeller, steak tartare, creamed spinach, plus big steaks and a dry-aged Prime NY steak. Gospel brunch.

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Hours: Dinner (daily), Sat. lunch, & Sun. Brunch
Price: $$$$$
Sun. brunch: 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Sat. lunch 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.

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Upcoming Events

  • The Plantation Singers (Music)

    • Sundays
  • Larry Ford, Abe White, and Chris Williams (Music)

    • First Monday of every month and Thursdays
  • Small Business Lunch (Lectures + Seminars)

    • First Thursday of every month, 11:30 a.m. $31
    • Buy Tickets

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