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At a steak house like this, with every table but yours occupied by some captain of industry, you just have to go for it. Order the jumbo lump crab cocktail because they're using fresh jumbo lump crabmeat, served very cold. Stone crabs, oysters Rockefeller, and baked shrimp make fine backup plans. Surround yourself with the pale and the soft: creamed corn, onion rings, hash browns, a giant Idaho potato loaded with bacon, chives, sour cream, and butter. Steaks here, including wildly expensive porterhouse and rib steaks, are perfectly seared and carmelized but can lack the punch of a good dry-aged prime, but with several bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon under your belt, you won't much care. New York Prime's key lime pie is the pie all restaurants should aspire to. You'll be stuffed, drunk, and considerably broke at the end of your meal.