A new Easton restaurant is bringing back a beloved tradition in a city where steakhouse-like establishments have taken root.
The new Eastons Steakhouse, at 945 South Main Street, is a modern reimagining of a classic steakhouse, a place where you can relax with friends, sip on a drink and watch the sunset with your family.
The original Easton was a popular destination for locals and visitors alike during the 1940s and ’50s.
It was a place to go for steak and seafood, and was a hub of music, art and food.
The restaurant, opened last year by a former executive, now offers the same food and drink, but with a touch of tradition, according to its website.
In the original Eastons, you could sit around a table, eat a bowl of corn bread and enjoy the sunset.
Now, you can do that and more, the restaurant said on its website, or just hang out with friends and enjoy some good ol’ fashioned steak and good wine.
There are several options to choose from.
There are a variety of options that can be enjoyed with your friends and family.
You can get a steak for $9.99.
And a large bowl of steaks for $12.50.
You also can order a glass of wine, which comes with a complimentary glass of Champagne.
There is also a buffet for $16.50, which includes a two-course dinner with appetizers and side dishes.
There’s also a wine bar for $8.99 and an indoor beer garden for $6.50 that is available year-round.
There is also an outdoor beer garden, where you will find a variety varieties of beers, including craft beer and small cask ales.
The steakhouse also has a menu that offers different options for different occasions, from dinner to a family gathering.
The menu includes burgers, chicken wings and sandwiches.