Hilton New York Fashion District outpost of burgeoning hotel burger chain. Oddly occupying lobby of a "model magnet," but even most emaciated 14-year-old cannot live on Parliaments alone. Skinny-es... read more
It worked better the first way: Steak Frites gets back to basics after Union Prime fail. Interior's been toned down, now rocking earthy colors, warm lighting, generic wood tables. Service can be sp... read more
Sex and the City's kind of steakhouse, with a dash of Buck Rogers. Sinuous Space Age decking, lilac accents, smoked mirrors for furtive scoping. Menu accommodates size zero grazers with tartares, s... read more
Successful branding of midtown version, similar sleek and black-trimmed digs for some serious flesh munching. Animalistic zebrawood tables and glass meat locker. Photos of NYC landmarks on the wall... read more
No jiggling mammaries here, but five pounds of foie gras is as naughty a prelude to a $54 NY strip as we've ever seen. (Don't bother bringing the wad of singles, they won't get you very far.) Risqu... read more
TEMPORARILY CLOSED. Dylan goes electric. Juicy cuts in all sizes and descriptions, we're talking both steaks and crowd. Sleek, candlelit space attracts hot thirty-somethings: Definitely not your ty... read more
Not the basketball team, the Dutch dudes with those knee-high pants! A Village classic for ginormous T-bones, strips, and filets. Menu has been updated for the times: penne with Kobe beef Bolognes... read more
Old school Jewish steakhouse serving up signature overflowing, garlicky slab of beef accompanied by potato pancakes and vodka frozen into individual blocks of ice. Extroverted staff livens up no-bu... read more
Over 1,000 bottles to choose from, feel free to get exquisitely loaded on your lunch break. Lest you have trouble finding decent red meat in the testosterone-saturated Financial District, Harry's i... read more
One of the city's oldest steakhouses. Theater crowds can't stay away, nor can nostalgic locals. Old school in both service and décor. Eyes stay focused on platters of expertly prepared flesh. read more
Update on the classic midtown steakery. More upscale in look and feel, though keeps to traditional dark and woody. Meat remains quite up to par, as are the gorge-worthy sides. Little pretension or ... read more
Former speakeasy, steeped in tradition. Walls lined with vintage celebrity pics, tables topped in red and white checks. Unfortunately, crowd has devolved from rakes and rogues to overfed tourists. ... read more
Area landmark since 1868, self-proclaimed King of Beef. No argument here. Recent renovation sprawls across three floors, putting a modern touch on a classic parlor feel. The enormous cuts, like the... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
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One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...