The Best Steak Houses in New York City

Porter House Bar and Grill

The name of the chef of this restaurant is Michael Lomonaco (Aperture of the World) This place is the segment of the all-famous lineup at the Time Warner Center. Significant points to notice are decent portion meals, reasonable prices, and soothing tan interiors. You can choose from the list of wines having approximately Five-Hundred bottles and an option to choose the part of a bottle. Steak has a perfect char to cherish.

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A place previously called the Manhattan Ocean Club was renovated by the son of the founder Smith & Wollensky, Michael Stillman, into a modern place having wooden interiors and raw tiles look. The place serves good seafood and is located in midtown. The name of the well-experienced chef is Craig Koketsu who really knows how to nail the recipe of steaks accompanied with delicious side dishes. A must try from this place is corn crème brûlée and “gnocchi & cheese,” a smart take on the mac and cheese recipe. An exceptional dessert here is a perfectly brewed coffee with doughnuts and ice cream put with pieces of the fritters and topped with a mini doughnut.

Old Homestead Steakhouse

For a more laid-back experience, this steakhouse was started in 1868 as a chophouse at the dock. But even the food enthusiasts would love the fresh raw bar selections and appetizers here like a tender-as-sashimi seared yellowfin tuna. Most people come here for the beef offering strip steak full of flavors or a delicious prime rib. Whatever way you conceive, this place had its test of time.

Keens Steakhouse

This is the One Hundred and Thirty-year-old steakhouse by Sirloin and porterhouse. The roof and walls are fetched along smoking pipes, some from as long as a time as Babe Ruth, J.P. Morgan, and Teddy Roosevelt.

Peter Luger

In spite there are several ‘counterfeit’ who copy Lugar in NYC, nobody of those has managed to get the feel of its hall interior eatery and stucco walls having the servers in the tie and a bow and a seasoned wooden tables and floor. The porterhouse is popular for 2 of One kilogram (approximately) good beef. You cannot miss this for the world.

Sammy’s Roumanian Steak House

On a crowded evening, this place might give you a feel of being in a bar mitzvah. This is a vibrant place having keyboard music playing along with folk dance to enjoy with some icy vodka. the food carte has enormous beef tenderloins, garlicky karnatzlach sausage, saline chicken liver and all of these will melt your heart. This place might not have the best interiors yet it’ll cost you a breath. So, you must order cautiously.

St. Anselm

About every American like the food from the grill but NYC really doesn’t go without it. With this place, Joe Carroll gives the most jaw-dropping example. The well thought out a la carte, having more vegetables, add American, Asian and Mediterranean flavor. The chef Katrina Zito deploys an easy procedure to put it all in one—from small fire-roasted eggplants along goat cheese yo honey smoky slabs of halloumi. The center of attraction is a well-charred hanger full of flavors.

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