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Monday, November 26, 2012

pop-we Dinner Club Reviews Pink Poodle Steakhouse

Top Sirloin meal at Pink Poodle.
Just east of Omaha, across the Missouri River in Crescent, Iowa you will find the Pink Poodle Steakhouse that has been open since 1964. The location has had many things on the property since the 1940s: a house, a bar, a hotel and a tavern. Though the property has had two disasters a fire and a tornado, the wood arches that make up the cathedral ceiling are original. When you arrive at 633 Old Lincoln Highway, as you walk in the door you notice a large open room, with a couple old player piano’s to the left and a bar area in the middle of the room.

Tonight I had had the Top Sirloin for $17.95, which comes with a potato (I had hash browns), soup, salad, bread and they offer free refills. The steak was good sized, cooked to a nice pink medium and juicy. They offer two soups of the day, except for Monday as they are closed. The night we were there it was Potato that was good with large chunks of potato and a savory broth. The complimentary bread is homemade that everyone liked, as we had to keep asking for more. 

Beck ordered the Alaskan King Crab Legs (8oz.) with baked potato for $17.50. When they bring out the crab legs they also bring out a stand with the small candle to keep the butter warm for dipping the crab meat in. She really enjoys the crab legs and for the price you cannot go wrong. Check out for more information regarding Pink Poodle’s menu.

After compiling the surveys from the other foodies the pop-we Dinner Club gives Pink Poodle: 3.53 star average on a scale of 1-5.

Atmosphere/Decor – 3.14

Cleanliness – 3.14

Wait Staff – 3.57

Menu – 3.57

Food Presentation – 3.71

Food Portions – 3.71

Food Taste – 3.71

Cost (was the cost worth meal?) – 3.43

Noise Level – 3.71

Overall Experience – 3.57

Fellow population-we™ readers, if you’ve been to the Pink Poodle leave us a comment and tell us what you thought?

Want to do this yourself? To review how to start your own dinner club, visit our January post about doing just that. Remember it is a template; tweak it to fit you and your friends’ tastes. pop-we Dinner Club: good food…good friends…good times.
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