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The tables at Roosevelt Prime Steakhouse are set with stainless steel pepper and salt grinders, gleaming appetizer and dinner forks and knives, soup spoons and crisply starched white napkins in gold cuffs. To your right you’ll find a bread plate and a bread knife, and you’ll see wine and water goblets to your left. (You’ll definitely use both of these here, where the wine menu is lovingly curated.) Steak is, literally, the name of the game at Roosevelt, and once your meat has been ordered you’ll be given a truly massive steak knife with which to slice through the perfectly tender beef. Silverware is changed at every course, and dessert cutlery will be brought out should you have enough room for a banana rum soufflé with crème anglaise or chocolate fondant cake with raspberry coulis and vanilla ice cream.