Char-Grilled Rib-Eye and Filet at the Office: Sagebrush Steakhouse Makes It Happen
- Meredith Bethune
- 3 Min Read
Steakhouses offer the allure of comfort and old-fashioned, warm service. Just the mere mention of these establishments evokes visions of familiar menus featuring fresh-baked yeast rolls, gooey mac and cheese, and sizzling New York strip steaks with a peppery bite and a touch of smoke. Thankfully, the classic steakhouse is back, according to Tasting Table. And Sagebrush Steakhouse (and its catering arm) is carrying the torch, bringing slabs of beef to the masses.
The first Sagebrush Steakhouse opened in Hickory, North Carolina, in 1990. More than 25 years later, it’s still going strong with over 22 restaurants open seven days a week in North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee. All Sagebrush Steakhouse restaurants remain true to their origins, serving food made only with the freshest ingredients for an excellent value. But they all maintain that festive, Western theme and fun, family friendly vibe. In fact, every outpost of Sagebrush Steakhouse strives to treat their customers like family.
What to Order:
Sagebrush Steakhouse catering lets you recreate this treasured piece of Americana, the steakhouse, anytime and anywhere. For a corporate dinner or extra-special event, pull out all the stops with hand-cut rib eyes, filet mignons, or New York strip steaks chargrilled to perfection.
The Sagebrush Steakhouse catering menu also offers a little of something for everyone and every type of occasion and budget. For productive afternoon meetings, boxed lunches are ideal and come packed with a sandwich, chips, and a cookie. The hearty shaved rib-eye melt and steak sandwiches, in particular, bring a taste of the steakhouse, suitable for lunchtime, to the office. For an evening event, consider the option called traditional buffet with an entrée like zippy lemon-pepper grilled chicken, crispy chicken tenders, blackened tilapia, or chopped beefsteak smothered in browned onions, and then finish it off with a homemade dessert like the heavenly seasonal fruit cobbler.
For any business gathering or large event, you can’t go wrong with the burger bar that comes with everything you need to make your own burgers, including juicy beef patties, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, cheese, condiments, and buns. And if that’s not enough, the burger bar also comes with your choice of two of Sagebrush Steakhouse’s famous sides like the signature Cowboy Potatoes smothered in melted cheese, fluffy mashed potatoes, or crunchy coleslaw.
More Tips for Ordering:
Meat is naturally gluten-free, so Sagebrush Steakhouse catering is perfect for anyone following this special diet. It offers several gluten-free entrées like sirloin steak, rib eye steak, and grilled chicken along with sides like baked potato, garden salad, or green beans.
Surprisingly, the restaurant has herbivores covered, too. Choose from three steakhouse sides like baked sweet potato, green beans, coleslaw, and more. Besides, according to Bon Appétit, nostalgic steakhouse sides often rival the steak themselves.
Craving chargrilled steak? Sagebrush Steakhouse offers steaks and delicious sides.