The chef of this restaurant is Ken Oringer, who has a couple of places in town that are on our "to try" list. Each have a good reputation and their own distinctive styles. KO Prime definitely followed suit. Rather than being another old school, gentleman's club style steak house, KO Prime was contemporary and modern. The furniture in the bar had fun patterns with non-traditional tables and chairs. The chandeliers were really cool. They were made up of a number of antlers.
|The chandelier with a glimpse of the fabrics used|
|Pint can...no glass necessary|
|Hush puppies in Boston!|
They were nice and crusty on the outside with a light and fluffy center. The Carolina Red Sauce was a barbecue sauce with some added flavors for a good twist.
The KO Burgers are a full half pound burger with Grafton cheese and a special sauce, which we think was ketchup, mayo, mustard, and some Tabasco.
In general, the bar menu was extremely reasonable given it is in a high end steak house. There are some really good options that would be tempting to try on the next visit. I would highly recommend going to the bar at KO Prime to hang out for some relaxed drinks and a few tasty bites, or a more substantial dinner. The burger is great, but I think there could be other better draws on the menu.