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Mahogany Prime Steakhouse's contemporary style goes well as a side for classic steaks

By Yvette Walker Modified: July 10, 2010 at 4:22 pm •  Published: March 25, 2009
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Yearning for a classic ribeye or a tender filet with a side of contemporary style? Mahogany Prime Steakhouse is a good bet.

Like other classic steakhouses, the appetizers are loaded with seafood dishes (try the Lobster Cargot, not on the menu, but frequently available) and the salads are plenty. But there are standouts here.

The signature salad surprises with candied walnuts and peeled, cubed cucumber, with a southwestern-style dressing.

The sides are loaded with potato choices, but the fresh-cut corn and the string beans with red onion and red pepper strips is a welcome addition to a traditional sides menu.

Entrée choices won't disappoint, but though there is a thick-cut porkchop and seafood options, you've come for the steak.

You get two options — filet or ribeye. No porterhouse, no strip. After all, what more do you need? They come sizzling hot — literally — to the table, and the sides are piping hot, too.

The sides are served family-style, which means one dish can feed two. The dessert list tantalizes, but there's not room left.

Located in Northwest Oklahoma City, the steakhouse is one of two Mahogany restaurants in Oklahoma. The other is in Tulsa, 6823 South Yale Ave.

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