- In Short
Enter this Gaslamp corner steakhouse and you are swept away to an old Western scene on the plains. Sheep head chandeliers, rustic wood paneling, and John Wayne-style portraits fill the walls. A grand staircase dominates the entrance, leading up to the upstairs bar and mezzanine dining area. A handful of tables are available on the patio as well. Come hungry when you come to Dakotas. From the appetizers like savory spinach and artichoke dip bread bowl to the wide variety of steaks, chops and seafood dishes, the cowboy-sized portions can easily feed an entire herd. Skirt steak comes two ways with salsa fresca or herb butter, and beef prime rib is thick, pink in the middle and simply paired a heap of mashed potatoes and green beans. A twist on the root beer float with Guiness and chocolate ice cream is an interesting signature dessert.