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sockeye sally | Mar 30, 200511:13 AM     9

I have another question for all of you helpful Portland folks, in prepartion of my trip to your city. Can you tell me the names of some restaurants that cook a great steak?

I'm in the market for a new char-grill and not sure what to buy. A large bone-in rib steak is a large portion of my restaurant business (hungry fisherman, grr...red meat) but am struggling with a 25+yr old grill and need something hotter, less flare-ups. I'd love to find a couple of commercial kitchens, and ask them about the equipment they are using.

Not concerned about service, ambiance; just looking for the kind of place that you think of when the "Carnivore Urge" kicks in. Thanking you, (again) for our suggestions and help.

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