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USDA Prime steaks are the main attraction here, but there are also plenty of grilled seafood selections and salads. Tried-and-true appetizers include shrimp cocktail, French onion soup and fried calamari. And with 100 wines by the glass, it's easy to keep everybody happy, no matter what they order for dinner. Most top-end steak houses resemble men's clubs and cater to businessmen on expense accounts, but Fleming's has a softer, more elegant decor designed to appeal to couples.


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