Were you looking for an authentic Bucharian experience? At Art of Grill Steakhouse, that’s precisely what you’ll get. The area lacked Glatt kosher steakhouses, but Art of Grill came on the scene in November of 2021 and changed that.
Every corner of the restaurant is decorated differently, with overhanging silk tents brought from abroad and an early 18th/19th century feel. You’ll feel like you’re in Bukhara, with the instruments and tapestries on the wall, just like those cities of old. They even provide a traditional Bucharian hat and coat for diners.
The décor may transport you to the 18th/19th century, but the food is entirely modern. Known as Americanized Uzbek cuisine, you’ll find items on the menu such as prime rib-eye steak, lamb chops, and cowboy steak for two, all prepared on open pit wood charcoal. Soups like shurpa (vegetables and lamb meat) and meat dumpling soup, plus entrees like classic Plov (a traditional dish made out of chunks of lamb meat, rice, and spices) and Bahish (a pilaf with rice beef, cilantro, and other spices), give that authentic Uzbek feel, but it doesn’t get more American than French Fries and grilled branzino. For dessert, try lava cake, homemade strudel with some fruit punch, or a dushes pear drink. Hot drinks include teatime, a ceremony unto itself, and Turkish coffee.
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Art of Grill has live international music daily, with a saxophone player and a singer alternating every other day. They also cater events for people from 20 to 500 guests. Sometimes they even cater out of the country; just like in their restaurant, it is a truly unique experience.
Let Art of Grill transport you to the old world with the creature comforts of today and the warm aromas of a simpler time. Art of Grill can take you there.