Cheeves Bros. Steak House
Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales · Precio estimado 2 de 4
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Cheeves Bros. Steak House is a classic, upscale restaurant in downtown Temple, Texas. We pride ourselves on our prime steaks and succulent seafood and warm hospitality and refined atmosphere.
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Pricey, but swanky, Texas-themed chophouse showcasing USDA Prime steaks, seafood & an extensive wine list, mixed drinks are also amazing.
Upscale restaurant that is world renown for their succulent U.S.D.A. prime steaks, an award winning wine cellar, impeccable service, and style.
Fine dining in Temple, TX, this is an upscale full-service restaurant where you can get gourmet chef-inspired meals. Pricey, but romantic.
Pricey but generally quite good. One of Temple's better restaurants. Nice atmosphere, somewhat upscale.
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“Want a piece of the local life? This joint is always busy. ALWAYS. 20 minute drive east of Temple. A perennial favorite with the locals. Try the jalapeno and cheese stuffed sausage kolaches on the deli side or order a delicious bacon cheeseburger with a coke. They make all their own sausages and meats to order by the pound. Fresh made pastry too.”
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