Best Pork Chop - 2011
Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
To call Perry's Steakhouse & Grille's dish a pork chop is almost a misnomer, because it's more like three courses of pork in one. When you order "Perry's Famous Porkchop," it arrives at your table on a cart, and the server uses gloves to break the pork chop into three parts. You'll get four of the tasty, melt-off-the-bone ribs, a leaner center filet and a juicier side portion. Seasoned with Perry's proprietary blend, the flavor is sweet and salty with a slight kick, and utterly delicious. Tasty, impressive, large enough for two and finger-licking good, it easily blows away any competition. On Fridays, Perry's famous pork chop lunch, which is a smaller cut without the cart service, is just $11.95.