CULLMAN, Ala. – When folks around Cullman heard that local landmark, The All Steak Restaurant, is under new ownership, one of the first questions asked was, “What about the orange rolls?” New proprietors, Cullman natives Zac Wood and Dyron Powell (owner of the acclaimed Dyron’s Lowcountry restaurant in Mountain Brook), put concerned minds at ease Monday, telling The Tribune the All Steak staple isn’t going anywhere.
All Steak is temporarily closed while the facility undergoes renovation and, despite speculation, an official date for reopening has not been set, pending completion of the upgrades.
Wood described the work going on as “not a complete renovation, but just a general renovation: painting, light fixtures, cleaning the kitchen just a general overhaul.”
There will be some changes, but longtime All Steak fans should still be happy, as Wood pointed out, “We’ll have a whole new menu, new and improved. It’ll still be the All Steak, obviously: we’ll still have steaks, great steaks. We’ll have certified Angus beef steaks and everything. And then, we’ll obviously still have the orange rolls. We will definitely keep the orange rolls. We have to do that; they’re wonderful and it’s a staple, so we have to keep them!”
Wood shared that the restaurant has brought a new executive chef on board and will also expand its seafood offerings.
Wood concluded, “We’re excited. The staff’s excited. It’s going to be good!”
Look for a feature on The All Steak soon.
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