Steakhouse Classics: just a few more chances to indulge!

Tournedoes Forestière

We’re nearly down to the final week of Eddie Merlot’s Steakhouse Classics menu. This special menu will be available through November 25. Accompanied by an early 1900s cocktail menu, Eddie’s chefs have created a timeless specialty menu.


  • Escargot Bourguignon – Escargot baked in garlic butter served with puff pastry

Side Dish:

  • Old World Potatoes – Potatoes cooked with onions, bacon, peppers and vinegar

Sautéed French Turbot Meuniere

Entrees include:

  • Sautéed French Turbot Meuniere – Sautéed golden with beurre blanc enhanced with tomato and caper berries, wild rice
  • Lobster Thermidor – Two lobster halves baked with tarragon cream and bread crumbs
  • Beef en Brochette – Marinated filet tips, tomato, peppers, onions, with wild rice
  • Tournedoes Forestière – Bacon-wrapped filet medallions topped with mushroom shallot demi-glace
  • Tomahawk Ribeye – 26-28 oz. long bone ribeye for one or two

We’ve paired the menu with some special wine selections, available by the glass or the bottle:

Joseph Drouhin Chablis Vaudon, Burgundy, 2011
Joseph Drouhin Beaujolais-Villages, Burgundy, 2010
L de Laffitte Laujac, Medoc, Bordeaux, 2008

Guests are encouraged to make reservations online at, or by calling Eddie Merlot’s at one of these locations:


  • Burr Ridge, 201 Bridewell Drive, 630-468-2098
  • NOW OPEN: Lincolnshire, 185 Milwaukee Avenue, 847-276-2000
  • Warrenville, 28254 Diehl Road (Cantera) at I-88 and Winfield Road, 630-393-1900


  • Cincinnati, 10808 Montgomery Rd. at the I-275 interchange, 513-489-121
  • Columbus, 1570 Polaris Parkway at the I-71 interchange, 614-433-7307


  • Fort Wayne, Ind. 14 and U.S. 24 at Jefferson Pointe, 260-459-222
  • Indianapolis, 96th and Keystone, 317-846-830


  • Louisville, 455 S. Fourth Street, Suite 102, 502-584-3266

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