Harold Seltzer’s Steakhouse - St. Petersburg
The story of Harold Seltzer’s Steakhouse begins in Montreal, Canada, when patriarch Sam Seltzer worked as a butcher at his own butcher shop. For 60 years, he made a name for himself and laid the foundation for great customer service and some of the finest cuts of aged and marbled beef in the area.Read More
His sons, Nelson and Norman, took over the family business and sold the quality beef to restaurants, hotels and private clubs in Montreal. Nelson's son, Harold, brought the premium steaks to Florida and sold them through a chain of steaks dedicated to his grandfather, Sam Seltzer.
At some point, the chain of restaurants closed, yet Harold kept the family's memory alive by reviving the concept and renaming two locations after himself. Everything's classic here, from the from-scratch dinner rolls and croutons to the Midwestern beef aged for 35 days, then hand cut.
You'll find plenty of classic steakhouse appetizers and entrees on the menu. Jumbo shrimp cocktail, lobster bisque, and French onion soup are a few ways to start off the meal. Then, for those ready to dig in with an entree, it's important to note that each arrives with Caesar salad, potatoes (garlic mashed, baked or homemade fries) and creamed spinach.
Non-steak entrees are also classic, of course. Choose from broiled or blackened Mahi Mahi, parmesan-crusted crab stuffed tilapia, or jumbo fried or broiled jumbo shrimp. Daily specials include prime rib Mondays and Thursdays, Wine Wednesdays with 50 percent off bottles with the price of an entree, and craft beer Fridays with half off on all bottles.