Our steak dining destination is New York City. NYC is famous for Broadway plays, Times Square, over the top sports bars, shopping, and so many more attractions and sites. One of those claims to fame happens to be restaurants. Absolutely amazing restaurants. Carnivores can rejoice in the many steakhouses of unbelievable fine quality in this city. I’ve selected some for my list of best steak houses in New York. Whet your appetite with this beefy list of highest quality NYC steak joints.
My List of Some of The Best Steak Houses in New York
You can check out the USDA Prime quality beef that Gallagher’s serves up from the street. They have a glass meat locker visible from the street. I think that’s wild! Take a look and you can see the whole process of aging and how they butcher it. Grab someone and check out their porterhouse steak that serves two.
Prepare to wait in line for the steaks offered at Peter Luger. They offer meats that are dry-aged and are well known for their porterhouse. You’ll be happy to know that they serve lunch too!
Angus Club Steakhouse
While many places age their beef for less than 30 days, the Angus Club has a renowned thirty to thirty-five-day process. Everyone swears that they can taste the difference that this makes. They also have an extensive selection of seafood and their mac ’n’ cheese is not to be missed.
If you’re looking for old-school tradition, Keens is the place for you. They’ve been in business since 1885! Along with their spectacular steaks (including a porterhouse for two that could easily feed four people), expect traditional sides like hand-cut fries, onion rings, and creamed spinach. Another claim to fame is their 26-ounce mutton chop.
Enjoy the classic decor of the Benjamin Steakhouse restaurant located inside the Dylan Hotel. Not only are their steaks are dry-aged on premise, the portions are gigantic! With great food comes great service and the Benjamin does not disappoint. It would be tough to find a steak house that offered better service.
Porter House Bar and Grill
Upper West Side
How about a steak house restaurant with a view? Fortunate diners at the Port House are seated by the window. There they have a view of no less than Central Park and Columbus Circle. Top-notch cuts of beef, black truffle mashed potatoes, an enviable view, and a spectacular wine selection make this restaurant a solid addition to my list of best steak houses in New York City.
Since my list is not all-inclusive (that would be a job!), your personal favorite might be missing. Here’s an idea for you to consider. Go someplace new. Explore a little. Who knows? You just might discover a restaurant to add to your own personal list of best steakhouses in New York.