Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of Houston. Two-story dining room pops with bright orange and red lighting. Signature rib-eye, served off the bone with lemon and ro... read more
Second floor steakhouse with an on-site butcher. Long marble bar and tan leather banquettes; wide windows keep it from feeling like a bunker. Locker holds cuts from Strassburger meats, same supplie... read more
Del Posto protégé John Di Lemme takes over the old AJ Maxwell’s space for an Italian steakhouse. Tall ceilings, dark wood. Bar up front serves meat and cheese boards and exceedi... read more
The “Gay” and the “Nineties” are gone, along with the history at former ’20s speakeasy. Stripped down to just plain old Bill, interior is still eclectic, littered with... read more
The Tao of steak. Fusion pros team up with Laurent Tourondel for beef and sushi on an epic scale. Former Republican club turned into an insta-classic, with arched ceilings and skylights making for ... read more
Handsome, dark, and wealthy. Quenching your bloodthirst since '37—1837, that is. Took only 175 years to work up this sequel, in a location primed for midtown expense accounts. Spinoff is full... read more
LIC steakhouse to rival those across the bridge. Massive space mixes clubby vibes with contemporary design. Leather banquettes, industrial columns, high ceilings. Walls lined with wine bottles, wit... read more
No jiggling mammaries here, but five pounds of foie gras is as naughty a prelude to a $$$ NY strip as we've ever seen. (Don't bother with the wad of singles, they won't get you very far.) Stephen H... read more
Tilman Fertitta of Morton’s fame takes over the old Angelo & Maxie’s with his new chophouse concept. Chef Carlos Rodriquez has his cuts in order: porterhouse for two, rib-eye, New ... read more
After cutting his chops with steakmaster Peter Luger for more than four decades, headwaiter Wolfgang Zwiener bailed for his own high-end meat house. Exceptional porterhouse, unbelievable filet mign... read more
Meatpacking's notably sleek steakhouse opens a midtown outpost. Menu touches on oceanic delights, vegetables, and wagyu mini-burgers, to attract the young, sexy, and health-conscious. Unusual offer... read more
No, not named after a couple of ‘80s hair metal bands. AvroKO ditches Double Crown’s Anglophilic tendencies for a clubby Americana spot. Historic racehorses inspire the marquee, warm in... read more
Steakhouse 2.0. Dream Downtown’s lobby resto puts contemporary sheen on clubby meat scene. Menu checks beef’s greatest hits, nodding south of the border (carne asada with poblano and pi... read more
Despite the name, offers contemporary take on steakhouse dining. Signature steaks are filet mignon, porterhouse for two, and a New York strip aged for 28 days. Handles healthier cravings, too, with... read more
Everything is red here, from the fine wine in your glass to the center of the porterhouse on your plate (if you like it that way). Three stories, a wine cellar, up-light sconces, this steak mansion... read more
Latest offering from the restaurant group responsible for The Prime Grill and Sòlo continues to expand the horizons of kosher cuisine. Chef Makoto Kameyama brings the steak traditions of Jap... read more
Parea evolves into a steakhouse without losing Greek identity. Family-run restaurant lays on the hospitality in modern, earth-toned room. No fooling on the meats, with cuts hand-selected from LaFri... 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
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Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...