Riverfront Times Restaurants — Restaurant Guide 2012
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TUCKER’S PLACE

While the words “nice” and “steak” and “dinner” go together like a baked potato and a golf-ball-size glob of butter, it seems as though they’re said just a couple times a year, when it’s prompted by a special occasion. But the food is so reasonably priced at Tucker’s, that just going there is the occasion. Tucker’s cuts (filet, sirloin, strip and porterhouse) come straight from Omaha, the product of Angus and Hereford cattle. They are top of the line, but the prices are not: Most entrees are less than $20 and come with a salad, roll and baked potato. Tucker’s is unquestionably a great destination for dinner, but check ‘em out for lunch as well: Daily specials, like pork tenderloin, haddock and chicken sandwiches, are a steal, coming in at less than $6, and are served with your choice of soup, salad or fries. And just for good measure, Tucker’s also throws in a glass of beer, wine or a well drink.

Runners up

2. Sam’s Steakhouse

3. Prime 1000

4. Citizen Kane’s Steakhouse

5. Kreis’ Restaurant
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