A very interesting idea. However, cooking functions very differently than cold food or wine which is a manufactured product. The taste of steaks will be subject to many significant variables besides the age. I guess this will make a fun dining experience but not serious.
from The South Florida Traveler by Katherine Lynch
While flights of wine are common in any dining establishment, have you ever tried a steak flight? I’ve only tried it once, while I was dining in the sky, but what a perfect way to mix up your traditional steakhouse experience! Though, dining in the sky was anything but a traditional dining experience. Ireland’s Steakhouse wants to mix things up this August and will be offering dry-aged, hand-selected steak flights.
For only $54 per person, guests will be served three 6-oz cuts of some tasty cuts of USDA Prime New York Strip. These have been aged for 21, 30 and 40 days. How different will they be from one another and what one will be your favorite? Will their texture and flavor differences wow you in any way? A taste test is certainly in order and you can only do this through the month of August at Ireland’s Steakhouse at the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure Conference Center & Spa.