I had some work in Minneapolis recently and after a long day the team decided on steaks for dinner. Murray’s is one of the more known steak houses as well as one of the last family owned in the twin cities. Our waitress was wonderful, she has been there 40 years and her husband who is the butcher has been there 35 years. That is a long time of delicious beef. The team and I indulged into a few appetizers before we ordered our steaks. Shrimp wrapped in bacon, escargot, and mac & cheese followed by caesar salads. I liked how all of that came before we ordered our steaks. Maybe it is a “just-in-case-you’re-full-already-and-don’t-want-to-order-the-steaks or as many steaks” idea. It’s a good way to not waste good meat. However, this did not stop us from getting our meat. We ordered the ribeye, porterhouse and I shared the strip sirloin for two. The steak for two was huge. It came about 2.5 inches thick and was sliced for you at the table. All the steaks were cooked with a dry rub and the spices were perfect. The steaks were perfectly cooked and complemented with the fresh horseradish and sauteed mushrooms. See above and below.