Posted on October 8, 2019

A Little Ditty About Steak Diane

Having flashbacks to the 1982 classic song “Jack & Diane“? We’ll supply our own custom lyrics; you supply the quintessential hand-claps. Cue music [in your head]!

A little ditty about Steak Diane
Recipe growing up on Manhattan and not French land
Filet mignon cut thin and pounded hard
Steak Diane’s debut was inspired by steak au poivre

Succulent gourmet dish, inside the NY restaurant scene
Flambéed in a butter cognac sauce and always sure to please
Our chef says…Steak Diane, that is one of our specialties
Book your table today and let us show how good it can be

Saying
Oh yeah
Steak Diane goes on
Long after the thrill of its 1950s heyday is gone
Saying
Oh yeah
Steak Diane goes on
Long after the thrill of its 1950s heyday is gone
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Perhaps you are sitting back, collecting your thoughts for the moment
Scratching your head and wondering what “Diane” means
Well, now then, there, Diane, that name has a unique history
Diane’s origin: divine goddess of the moon and hunting

And our chef, he says
Oh yeah
Steak Diane goes on
Long after the thrill of its 1950s heyday is gone
Oh yeah
We say Steak Diane goes on
Long after the thrill of its 1950s heyday is gone

Oh, it’s 5 o’clock, let it roll
Chef sautées Steak Diane with heart and soul
Holdin’ on to a classic but with our modern spin
Visit Le Manhattan Bistro real soon
We’re loved by women and men

Oh yeah
Steak Diane goes on
Long after the thrill of its 1950s heyday is gone
Oh yeah
Steak Diane goes on
Long after the thrill of its 1950s heyday is gone

A little ditty about Steak Diane
Le Manhattan Bistro serves it better than even NYC can

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