Beef and Burgundy: a wonderful winter feature

Veal Chop Dijonnaise

Veal Chop Dijonnaise

Eddie Merlot’s brings you our best with our Beef and Burgundy features, starting at $21.95 and available exclusively from January 2 to February 10, 2013. Enjoy the following features at tempting prices:

Beef Bourguignon

Beef Bourguignon

Beef Bourguignon – $21.95: Beef tenderloin simmered with roasted mushrooms, cippolini onions and Burgundy wine.

Winemaker’s Steak – $31.95: Twin Filets with a rich burgundy pan sauce enhanced with prosciutto, mushrooms and shallots.

Steak au Poivre – $31.95: All Natural New York Strip encrusted with peppercorns, flashed with Cognac then finished demi glace.

Steak Diane – $34.95: Two 4oz. Filet Mignon medallions served with a traditional Diane Sauce of mushrooms, cognac, butter, veal stock, cream, mustard, and thyme.

Veal Chop Dijonnaise – $31.95: Porterhouse chop in a Dijon mustard sauce with cippollini onions and wild mushrooms.

Add the perfect complement to your meal with a glass of Joseph Drouhin Chorey-Les-Beaune for only $13. Or, enjoy a bottle for just $49.

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

Chicago-area

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

Ohio

  • Cincinnati, 10808 Montgomery Rd. at the I-275 interchange, 513-489-1212
  • Columbus, 1570 Polaris Parkway at the I-71 interchange, 614-433-7307

Indiana

  • Fort Wayne, Ind. 14 and U.S. 24 at Jefferson Pointe, 260-459-2222
  • Indianapolis, 96th and Keystone, 317-846-8303

Kentucky

  • Louisville, 455 S. Fourth Street, Suite 102, 502-584-3266
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One Response to Beef and Burgundy: a wonderful winter feature

  1. Amber says:

    Wowzers, those dishes look good.

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