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New contemporary steakhouse opens doors at Easton

New contemporary steakhouse opens doors at Easton

Jack McLaughlin

A unique new restaurant concept has opened its doors at Easton Town Center.

Cut 132, which is located at 4188 Brighton Rose Way, opened its doors yesterday. The steakhouse concept plans to eschew the pomp and pretense many similar eateries cling to, which means fewer frills for the casual diner.

“No table cloths, no jackets required, lively music, contemporary cocktails and a thoughtfully curated wine list instead of a 10 page wine menu. The interiors and exteriors are contemporary, full of natural light, and bear no resemblance to the dark, wood paneled, masculine steak houses of yesteryear,” a Cut 132 representative said.


The new Easton steakhouse also plans to prioritize the experiential side of dining with unique and interactive dishes.

One of these, The Cowboy Luge, begins with Cut 132’s Roasted Bone Marrow appetizer. After diners have finished it, the slices of bone from the dish are used as funnels for Maker’s Mark whisky that’s poured into patrons’ mouths.

“That Bourbon infuses with bone marrow essence as it drips down the bone and into your mouth. With this delicious experience, you’re guaranteed to laugh and to draw some fun attention to your table,” the restaurant said in a statement.

Cut 132 is open 4-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 4-10 p.m. on Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 4-10 p.m. on Saturday, and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and 4-9 p.m. on Sunday.

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