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While some diners associate the word steakhouse with plain food presentations, the plating at Final Cut Steak & Seafood is anything but. Think you can’t make a steak look pretty? Think again. Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant Final Cut treats each cut of meat to its own stark white plate, with only a small garnish to distract from the beef. Sides arrive separately with their own serving pieces, so you can design your own presentation after appreciating the chef’s skill in masterfully saucing your steak without spilling a touch anywhere else on the plate. Even the amuse-bouches get first-class treatment on individual small china dishes. We think the Toledo restaurant elevates the idea of what to expect from a steakhouse.