Best Steakhouses in the U.S.


If you enjoy a good steak, you’ll need to read this post. From old-school institutions to trendy newcomers, here are the best steakhouses in the U.S.

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Carnevino, Las Vegas: Basically every casino on the strip has its own steakhouse, and they each run from traditional to modern. However, Carnevino is especially delicious. Try the Riserva rib eye, black truffles, or bistecca fiorentina, a big porterhouse for two!

Prime 112, Miami: Even with a reservation, you might still be waiting for a table at this top-notch steakhouse. But the wait is well worth it at Prime 112, once your oversized portion of steak and sides arrive to your table.

Peter Lugers Steakhouse, Brooklyn: Located under the Williamsburg Bridge, not much has changed about Peter Lugers since it opened in 1887. Start with sizzling bacon and then move onto the porterhouse, dry-aged and finished with butter. Save room for dessert because the New York style cheesecake with homemade whipped cream is delicious.

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, Dallas: Enjoy exquisite steak here as well as seafood and towering desserts such as pecan pie with praline ice cream. What really makes Pappas Bros. unique is its 33,000-large, Wine Spectator lauded list!

Mooo, Boston: Located next to the boutique hotel XV Beacon, Mooo features wood paneling and leather booths in black and white cow art. Try Beef Wellington and a starter of bone marrow with herbed butter and red wine sauce; you can’t go wrong.

 

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