My most recent meal was in Philadelphia.
1338 Chestnut St
I usually always start out big, especially at Capital Grille. They are known for their fresh selection of seafood. I always have the worst time deciding whether I want crab cakes, the raw bar (consisting of raw clams and oysters) or their famous lobster bisque. So to make things easier on myself, I get all three, by choosing the Seafood Tower.
Fresh Lobster, Crab Meat, Oysters and Clams
Every now and then I get a salad, this time I chose the Wedge with Blue Cheese and Applewood Smoked Bacon. It was perfect, my favorite part was the bacon.
The Wedge Salad
Sometimes I can't help myself and squeeze in a soup , how could I not.
French Onion Soup
And as for the grand finale, below you see the Filet Oscar, served with lump crabmeat and drizzled with Capitol Grille's house-made Béarnaise. This steak was so tender and juicy, I was completely satisfied.
The Filet Oscar
I paired my main dish with my favorite, gooey Lobster Mac N Cheese and more Asparagus, cooked to perfection.
And in case you are wondering your answer is No, I did not eat this entire meal by myself, lol. Below is my sister's entre of choice, her favorite is the Filet Mignon topped with Lobster.
Filet Mignon topped w/ Lobster
Capitol Grill is amazing, but I will be honest with you, it is quite pricey, but to me it is worth every penny. Between the dinning experience (the staff makes you feel like royalty) and consistency of fresh, delicious, artfully crafted food, you can not go wrong with Capitol Grille. I would also recommend Ruth Chris and Fogo De Choa a Brazilian Steak House, both are located in Philadelphia.