To his family, Ermides Guerra was much more than a farmer and a foodie. He was a father, a grandfather, a true family patriarch. His passion for fresh food and prime cuts of steak was just one thing that his kids and grandkids loved about him. As a way to honor the family patriarch, his family recently opened Guerra Steakhouse. It’s not only named for the now-departed father and grandfather, it also carries on his legacy of serving high-quality cuts of steak and just-picked produce.
Make a reservation online to enjoy upscale American cuisine with a craft cocktail or a glass of fine wine on the side. Start with the steak tartare crostini drizzled with bearnaise sauce and capped with capers or try the signature crab bisque. Then savor a USDA Choice steak. Options range from a petite six-ounce filet mignon to a massive 32-ounce cowboy steak for two, but the cuts all have something in common. They’re aged for three weeks, resulting in perfectly tender meat, and the chef cooks and seasons them to your exact specifications. Mashed potatoes always come on the side, but you can also add extras like steamed broccoli smothered with garlic butter or crispy Brussels sprouts. Not a big fan of steak? Guerra Steakhouse still has you covered! Try the blackened garlic-butter salmon, the balsamic-marinated portobello and eggplant, or the buttermilk-marinated chicken breast.