There’s a dearth of fine steakhouse dining in the Northern half of Westchester, and things become even more meager approaching the border with Putnam County. That’s why Augie’s Prime Cut has been so well received since opening in 2009, a carnivore’s oasis in a USDA Prime cut desert.
To complement some aesthetic upgrades to their patio area, Augie’s recently launched a patio menu with New England seafood shack eats, bar bites like nachos, wings, and Buffalo shrimp, plus other American comfort food favorites, and raw bar items. The majority of the new offerings are less than $20 and can be also ordered in the main dining area.
Following are favorites from the Patio menu:
A new raw bar has colossal shrimp, plus fresh clams, Blue Point oysters, and mussels.
Photos By John Bruno Turiano
Beer-battered fish comes with hand-cut fries, hushpuppies, and cute little bottles of hot sauce.
Fried zucchini chips with ranch dressing is a worthwhile indulgence.
Roasted Italian wings, fried and then baked, are a must-order.
The burgers are made with Prime Angus beef.
Signature cocktails include the Tropical Martini with Malibu rum, banana liqueur, and pineapple and cranberry juices.
The lobster roll had the right lobster-to-mayo ratio and is served with house-made potato chips. You’ll need assistance finishing the giant pretzel.
Augie’s Prime Cut
3436 Lexington Ave
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