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Council Oak Steaks & Seafood

For upscale dining in an intimate setting, guests can make a reservation at Council Oak Steaks & Seafood, originally made famous at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casinos in Florida. Enjoy the finest dry-aged prime cuts of beef and delectable seafood selections. With our open-kitchen, your steaks and signature seafood dishes are prepared by Council Oak's chefs to perfection.


Sonoma Cutrer “Les Pierres” Chardonnay Barrel

Thursday, February 27 | 7PM

Council Oak Steaks & Seafood is very excited to host an exclusive 4 course wine pairing dinner with wine maker, Cara Morrison, from the vineyards of Sonoma, California. Cara will curate the pairing with a selection of fine wines such as Sonoma Cutrer Russian River Ranches, The Cutrer, and Pinot Noir. The grand tasting will occur with the Hard Rock Barrel Signature selection from the Les Pierres Vineyards.

Lying at the southern end of the Sonoma Coast appellations is the Les Pierres vineyard. It is here where only a select lot of grapes are used to make this acclaimed Les Pierres Chardonnay. This Chardonnay is extremely rare and only two barrels were released in the State of New Jersey.

Join us at Council Oak Steaks & Seafood and enjoy a night of extravagant food and wine.

Price per person: $125


Oyster Recycling Program

Council Oak Steaks & Seafood is doing its part to ensure the sustainability of the seafood industry. While “fish” may be in the name, the restaurant serves a lot of oysters — in just months, we can easily rack up around 25,000 pounds worth, which is roughly 50,000 shells. That’s because so many people love eating them — and eating a lot of them. However, we’re making an effort to make sure there will continue to be enough to go around. We participate in an oyster-shell recycling program in partnership with Stockton University and the Cooperative Extension of Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES). Oyster farmers are able to use the recycled shells to raise more oysters, ensuring the industry’s sustainability.