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Sodolak’s Beefmasters Restaurant…

Posted by on April 2, 2015


sodolaksSODOLAK’S: THE RESTAURANT. This place is good! Nothing fancy but quite inexpensive, considering the quality of the food and service. It’s not a Ruth’s Chris or a Morton’s Steakhouse to be sure, but a darn good steak isn’t going to set you back 100 bucks, either. Sokolak’s is a small family owned steakhouse located in the Byran-College Station area, close to the George Bush Presidential Library. When planning your trip to the Library, be sure to schedule a stop here for lunch or dinner…you’ll not be disappointed, promise! We had lunch and were wowed! I had a huge Ribeye Steak cooked to the perfect temperature, served with two sides of my choice. It came with a well constructed garden dinner salad with home made blue cheese dressing, served in a frosty-cold salad bowl. All this for only $15. You can’t touch a meal like that anywhere else for the price. And for the kids…either 12 and under or 65 and older, you can select a smallish portion of almost any of the “grown-up entrees,” with fries and a drink for 5 bucks.

THE STORY: Steven Sodolak, who owns the restaurant, tells its history: “Ever since I was a boy, I remember sitting on the stairs watching my Dad cook at the Country Inn Restaurant in Someville, Texas. This is where it all began. I may have been only seven years old, but I remember it like it was yesterday. Watching Dad I learned what to do and what not to do.”

“Before you order, we want you to know that all of our food is prepared right here on the premises. We cut our own steaks by hand every day. We prepare our chicken fried steaks and grind our own hamburger meat. This allows us to bring you the freshness you deserve and have come to expect.”

WE SERVE THE BEEF, NOT THE BULL. “We also cut our own pork chops, trim our own chicken and make our own tenders.  We menueven peel and butterfly our own shrip. We do it all right here, even making our own salad dressings. We strive to bring you the best for a fair price, unlike our competitors who don’t mind serving a pre-cut steak or a frozen chicken-fried steak.”


How’s this for a good looking steak? 








SELECTIONS: How about a hand-cut 24 oz Porterhouse steak with two sides and a salad for $25.00. Or a 16 oz Sirloin for $14.00. And a grilled 3/4 inch thick pork chop will only set you back $9.50. You can even order a “starter” which has a reputation memorialized in Wikipedia: Chicken Fried Bacon Strips for a mere $5. The owner of the RV park where we’re staying is a retired cardiologist but even he told me that everyone should try this appetizer once in their lifetime! Not today for me, but who knows?


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