Porterhouse (40 ounces) for two (in-house dry-aged USDA Prime) with seasonal sides (pictured is fingerling potatoes and asparagus) from B&B Butchers & Restaurant Fort Worth
Porterhouse (40 ounces) for two (in-house dry-aged USDA Prime) with seasonal sides (pictured is fingerling potatoes and asparagus) from B&B Butchers & Restaurant Fort Worth Courtesy of B&B Butchers & Restaurant
Porterhouse (40 ounces) for two (in-house dry-aged USDA Prime) with seasonal sides (pictured is fingerling potatoes and asparagus) from B&B Butchers & Restaurant Fort Worth Courtesy of B&B Butchers & Restaurant

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