i saw this being served on the menu at THE GROVEWOOD TAVERN in collingwood in cleveland. it was described thus, "the timeless - and admittedly peculiar - classic carpetbagger steak ($19.50). Traditionally an oyster-stuffed filet, the Grovewood's version is a filet of top sirloin, crowned with six freshly fried Chesapeake Bay oysters. The dreamy mushroom gravy and garlic-mashed potatoes make this dish a historical surf and turf worth studying."
sounds good but i've never heard of it. sounds old and new england-y. anyone ever have it? ever see it on menus anywhere with regularity?