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Galarneau's top 20 restaurants: Rick's On Main - 8 plates

*Excerpt from Andrew Galarneau's 8-plate review on Rick's On Main:

"When I ordered the molasses-glazed 24-ounce ribeye steak ($46.95), I was expecting the usual desultory flavor wash that passes for glaze in many kitchens. What I got was a candied steak, still pink as requested inside its salty-sweet crust, with a husky molasses note. Quite a feat, amplified by its accompaniments of cheese-enriched potato croquettes, crispy shoestring onions, carrots and grilled broccoli."

*Read the full review from May 4, 2015

Pepper & Onion Stack, with bell pepper, poblano pepper and sweet-onion tempura fried and stacked, then stuffed with lightly dressed greens and served over sliced tomatoes and fresh mozzarella. It's garnished with freshly shaved Parmesan and a balsamic reduction.  (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

Pepper & Onion Stack, with bell pepper, poblano pepper and sweet-onion tempura fried and stacked, then stuffed with lightly dressed greens and served over sliced tomatoes and fresh mozzarella. It's garnished with freshly shaved Parmesan and a balsamic reduction. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

*See the menu for Rick's On Main (note: food in photos from The News' last visit may not still be available)

Molasses glazed and grilled cowboy steak, which is a 24-ounce, bone-in ribeye, served with potato croquettes, grilled broccoli, carrots and crispy shoestring onions. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News file photo)

Molasses glazed and grilled cowboy steak, which is a 24-ounce, bone-in ribeye, served with potato croquettes, grilled broccoli, carrots and crispy shoestring onions. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News file photo)

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