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Opened by Bob Perry in 1979 as purely a butcher shop and now run personally by his son Bobby, the original Perry & Sons Market & Grille on Scarsdale Boulevard remains a neighborhood favorite for its hand-selected meats and prepared foods. The menu's strong points include Perry's Famous Pork Chop, Perry's Smoked Sausage, rib eye and chicken-fried steak. Lunch specials are worth checking out.
I know my burgers. This place has a phenomenal burger. I generally order the Texas burger with grilled onions and jalapenos. The bun is slightly chewy, soaks up all that delicious meat juice without getting too soggy, and the vegetables are crunchy and fresh. The meat is thick and extremely flavorful. I know people rave about the pork chop from here (I normally pick up a few packaged and ready to go when I stop by), but there are plenty of other great options here too. The stuffed baked potato is large and full of meaty goodness, the chicken fried steak is enormous and very hearty, and the bread pudding is like heaven in fork form. But as I said, I love a good burger and this place is definitely tops for me.
There are restaurants which evoke a strong sense of nostalgia, even if you've never dined there before. You can look around at the picture-lined walls or the spots near the counter where the linoleum ... More »
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It's lunchtime at the original Perry & Sons Market & Grille, and patrons are expected to step up to the counter and order; the waitstaff is reserved for dinner service. A row of uniformly cut steaks stretches out behind the long glass case.... More »
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