Name sounds like a law firm, which is no coincidence. Business-friendly spot leans corporate, although unlike many a midtown rival extends a welcome to all city strata. Big, clubby space, with swee... read more
Classy joint with '40s atmo—cool by association. A romantic date spot, if you're a man's man and she's got fake nails. Had a spot on the Food Network, but it's mostly just Bay Ridge lifers chowing ... read more
Not exactly Luger's, but carnivore worthy, indeed. Lots of loud, outer-Brooklynites quieted by a mouthful of succulent T-bone or the juicy filet mignon. "Oh my gawd" is heard throughout the room as... read more
Elegant refuge in Lowell hotel, patriotic art on walls, jacket required. References available upon request. Money. Power. Quality. It's what's for dinner. Plenty of beef, though much more refined t... read more
Don't ask for Mr. Smith or Mr. Wollensky: names were pulled from the New York phonebook. Could be the most classic of Manhattan steakhouses, serving up meat of every incarnation. Big men in expertl... 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
Boogiedown valet-style. White linen and dark timber by Van Cortlandt Park. Hearty slabs, big-flavored toppings, garlic mash. Show the ’rents how growed up you are by ordering weekend special prime ... 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
Despite its growing nabe, this steakhouse has preserved that special-something that old-school Brooklyn venues have since given up for their young neighbors. Classic dishes—broccoli rabe, pan... read more
Theater District embassy of famous steakhouse. Serves Italian and seafood specialties, but be smart and follow the beef. Filet mignon, New York strip, and rib eye never come up short. More room tha... read more
Convenient dining spot for post-theater crowd. Endless seafood selections and a side of steak, if you so desire. Red booths, white-tiled walls, dark wood panels and ceiling fans. Daily specials wri... read more
Plenty of corporate cards get thrown down at this fancy Midtown Manhattan steak palace, but it's worthy of real money as well, should it come to that. Dry-aged steaks done to perfection satisfy the... read more
IN PREVIEW. Classic New York steakhouse serves everything carnivores dream about, from dry-aged rib-eyes and prime ribs to Flintstone-sized T-bones. Unlike other meat joints, seafood doesn't take a... read more
Men's men's steakhouse. Great place to laugh up your latest bailout bonanza with the guys from compliance. Not as consistent as it used to be, but you can still track down a solid prime sirloin. La... read more
Quality steak since '32, keeping regulars satisfied before there was such a thing as a generator. Steaks cooked to perfection every time. Italian flair, try some of their pasta sides, like the sh... 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
Flagship of the successful steakhouse chain, so you know they're trying. Serves Italian and seafood specialties, but be smart and follow the beef. Filet mignon, New York strip, and rib eye never co... read more
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