Does all our talk about tender, juicy steaks have you hungry for a well-marbled piece of prime rib? If you’re looking for a great steakhouse to order a medium-rare filet mignon or a beefy T-bone, then check out our list of the top ten US steakhouses and click the links for coupons 🙂
Top Ten US Steakhouses
Wolfgang Zwiener’s steakhouse comes with quite a reputation. He spent years working at Peter Luger’s as a head waiter and took all his learning to create his new empire. But make no mistake, this is no clone. The steakhouse has its own personality and offers incredible steaks.
Best part, they’re open seven days a week and even on holidays.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is located at 409 Greenwich Street in New York City (with 19 worldwide locations)
Charlie Browns prides itself in aged, hand-carved prime rib, burgers and their ridiculously good salad bar. Best of all, they’re fairly priced for a steakhouse.
Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse is located at 18 Westage Drive – Suite 22 in Fishkill, New York with 17 locations in the TriState Area.
Bobby Van’s is the ultimate when it comes to pow-wows and making deals. The original in Bridgehampton opened in 1969, and it quickly became famous. The original owner, Bobby sold the restaurant to four Manhattan restaurateurs; Joseph Smith, Joe Phair, Rick Passarelli, and Joe Hickey who have taken Bobby’s Name to another level.
Bobby Van’s Steakhouse is located at 131 E. 54th Street in New York City with 10 locations in total in NYC & DC.
Unfortunately, Roths has closed. It was great while it lasted.
Roths Westside Steakhouse was located at 680 Columbus Avenue in New York City
Dakota’s Steakhouse has been a Dallas Classic since 1984. It is known for being an underground location which used to be on the old grounds of the First Dallas Baptist Church which had put a clause that no new owners would be able to sell alcohol on the grounds. The owners got creative and built below.
Dakota’s Steakhouse is located at 600 N. Akard Street Dallas, Texas
Pappas Brothers Steakhouse
Family-run business since 1987, Pappas is known for amazing steaks with equally good service. When you go, you need to get the dry aged steak.
Pappas Brothers Steakhouse is located at 10477 Lombardy Lane Dallas, Texas with three locations in the state.
Harrisons Steakhouse (now closed)
Harrisons Steakhouse was located at 411 Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, Florida
Its two locations drive visitors from all over the country and for good reason, and one of those reasons is the 24oz Porterhouse “Jewel in the Crown”. It’s “the” thing to get when you visit.
LGs Prime Steakhouse is located at 78-525 Highway 111 in La Quinta, California
Tollgate Steakhouse (now closed)
Tollgate Steakhouse was located at 974 E. Boston Post Road in Mamaroneck, New York
When your name has been around since 1837, you know you’re doing something right. Delmonico’s started as a shop selling luxury and specialty goods until the steakhouse was opened. Because of its private rooms, it quickly became a place to make deals and still remains so today.
Delmonicos Steakhouse is located at 56 Beaver St, New York, NY 10004
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