Pork chops with herbs and spices next to sprigs of rosemary
At Perry's Steakhouse, The Famous Roasted Pork Chops Reign Superior
The pork chops served at Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille take several days to prep, and when they hit the dinner table, they stand nearly 6 inches tall.
Whether it is the special seasoning used to flavor the pork chops or the rotisserie of pecan wood, these chops have rightfully earned a serious reputation.
The cooks at Perry's have passed down secrets and seasonings across four decades, rubbing pork chops with spices and curing meat to perfection.
Once the tender dish is removed from the oven, each plate is topped with garlic herb butter and brought to diners' tables to be carved by a team member.
Tableside, the waitstaff carves the topmost, juiciest portion of the chops, followed by the loin and final cut of the ribs.
When served during Friday lunch hours, orders of Perry's pork chops are accompanied by creamy whipped potatoes and homemade applesauce.
For diners with heavy appetites, pork chops can be served with an assortment of substantial sides like creamed spinach, Brussels sprouts, vegetables, and mac and cheese.