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porterhouse

(formerly) a place in which porter, beer, etc., and sometimes chops and steaks, were served
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They really know what they're doing with cooked cow, below, at Porterhouse, Terry Laybourne's new restaurant in Fenwick Food Hall.
And the produce really does promise the best, with such attractions as award-winning beef previously only on sale at Fortnum and Mason in London and the famed porterhouse cut, which gives the grill bar its name.
SUNDAY AUGUST 28 DUBLIN SLIOTAR - Porterhouse, Temple Bar
It was at the Porterhouse where they launched the tour with model, Jenny Lee before departing for Chicago on Thursday.
His TV performances included the mole Bill Haydon in John Le Carre spy thriller Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Sir Godber Evans in Porterhouse Blue and Sherlock Holmes in The Hound Of The Baskervilles.
Major tenants include Ocean Drive, SoNo Kids and Porterhouse.
It won the gold medal ahead of a classic London porter by Young's, of London, and an Irish brew, Porterhouse Oyster Stout, from Dublin.
But its menu also now includes prime rib, porterhouse steaks, lobster and grilled seafood as well as steak sandwiches during lunch.
I'll have a Porterhouse. Get me a New Yorker!" is what they said.
This time, now he is a 26-year-old, it is a sushi appetiser, then porterhouse steak and grilled chicken.
With credits including Upstairs Downstairs, Tales of the Unexpected and Porterhouse Blue, Gray cropped up again and again as sadistic generals and old-school men of property.
Grilled Steak with Grilled Tomato Relish 1 bone-in beefsteak (2 1/2 to 3 lb.) such as T-bone or porterhouse, or a boneless beefsteak (1 1/2 to 2 lb.) such as top round or sirloin, about 2 inches thick 8 medium-size (about 1 3/4 lb.