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10 Of The Best Steakhouses In New York City

Caitlin Horsfield Caitlin Horsfield

10 Of The Best Steakhouses In New York City
Elaborate lunch? Fancy business dinner? Very special date? Taking whoever it may be that you need to impress to one of New York City’s classiest steakhouses is bound to leave an impression. Check out this list of the top 10 below:
1. Beatrice Inn
photo: @beatrice_inn via Instagram
photo: @beatrice_inn via Instagram

The Beatrice Inn has a long and interesting New York City history. It started out as a 1920’s era speakeasy, transformed into an Italian sauce joint and eventually became the hip night venue that it is today. It’s seen all of New York’s phases and has grown and adapted with the vibes of the West Village. They showcase the finest cuts of meats from around the world and really take it to the next level with a combination of both wet and dry aging before the meat hits the table.

Address: 285 West 12th Street

Hours: Monday-Saturday 5 pm- 1 am

More info: their website.

2. Benjamin
photo: @benjaminprimeny via Instagram
photo: @benjaminprimeny via Instagram

Benjamin is consistently ranked as one of the best restaurants in New York City. Their $375 meat filled sandwich is a sight to behold, although they do have a menu full of much classier choices as well.

Address: 52 East 41st Street; 23 East 40th Street

Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 am- 11 pm, Saturday-Sunday 8:30 am- 11 pm

More info: their website.

3. Peter Luger Steak House
photo: @peterlugersteakhouse via Instagram
photo: @peterlugersteakhouse via Instagram

Peter Lugers Steakhouse is probably the most well known steakhouse in all of New York City. It consistently makes the ranking for at least one Michelin star and oh that steak sauce, it’s just to die for.

Address: 178 Broadway, Brooklyn

Hours: Monday- Thursday: 11:45 am- 9:45 pm, Friday- Saturday: 11:45 am- 10:45 pm, Sunday 12:45 pm- 9:45 pm

More info: their website.

4. Strip House
photo: @striphouseofficial via Instagram
photo: @striphouseofficial via Instagram

Strip House is an iconic New York steak restaurant. The decor is a luxurious deep red which sets the mood for any special occasion.

Address: 13 East 12th Street

Hours: Sunday – Monday: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm, Tuesday – Thursday: 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm, Friday – Saturday: 5:00 pm – 11:30 pm

More info: their website.

5. Bowery Meat Company
photo: @bowerymeatcompany via Instagram
photo: @bowerymeatcompany via Instagram

If you’re looking for an intimate experience, you’ll find it at Bowery Meat Company. With seating for only 35 in their private dining room, this meat centric restaurant is also great for private events.

Address: 9 East 1st Street

Hours: Sunday–Monday 5 pm–10 pm, Tuesday–Thursday 5 pm–10:30 pm, Friday–Saturday 5 pm-11 pm

More info: their website.

6. The Grill
photo: @jeweats via Instagram
photo: @jeweats via Instagram

The Grill is set in the historic Seagram Building on the East side. On the menu is all the typical steakhouse fare but we recommend the New York Strip with whipped (not mashed) potatoes.

Address: 99 East 52nd Street

Hours: Monday-Saturday 11:45 am- 11 pm

More info: their website.

7. Sparks Steak House
photo: @eatsbydoctorj via Instagram
photo: @eatsbydoctorj via Instagram

Sparks is a New York City institution. It was founded in 1966 and has been serving meat eaters with some of the best rib lamb chops ever since.

Address: 210 East 46th Street

Hours: Monday- Thursday 11:30 am- 11 pm, Friday 11:30 am- 11:30 pm, Saturday 5 pm- 11:30 pm

More info: their website.

8. Wolfgang’s
photo: @wolfgangssteakhouse via Instagram
photo: @wolfgangssteakhouse via Instagram

Wolfgang’s has five locations in New York City as well as 14 other locations across the world. Chef and owner Wolfgang Zwiener has more than 40 years of experience- some of those years having worked at Peter Lugers- and brings all that knowledge to his own brand and restaurant. Lunch and dinner are served seven days a week.

Address: 4 Park Avenue (and various other locations across NYC)

Hours: Sunday- Thursday: 12 pm-10:30 pm, Friday- Saturday: 12 pm-11:30 pm

More info: their website.

9. Delmonico’s
photo: @delmonicosnyc via Instagram
photo: @delmonicosnyc via Instagram

Delmonico’s first opened in 1837 as a small shop that sold pastries, fine coffee and chocolate, wines and liquors as well as Havana cigars. Due to it’s massive success, the Delmonico brothers eventually bought up some more space and transformed the shop into the dining establishment that it is today by providing luxurious experiences and the finest cuts of meat to New Yorkers. The main dining room is complemented by private dining rooms as well.

Address: 56 Beaver Street

Hours: Monday- Saturday 11:30 am- 10 pm

More info: their website.

10. Keens
photo: @keenssteakhouse via Instagram
photo: @keenssteakhouse via Instagram

Keens opened in NYC in 1885 in what once was the Herald Square Theater District and is the only surviving building of that era in the area. Their speciality, which was even written about in the New York Times in 1935, is Mutton Chops. They’re open every day of the year except for Christmas Day.

Address: 72 West 36th Street

Hours: Monday- Friday, 11:45 am- 10:30 pm, Saturday 5 pm- 10:30 pm, Sunday 5 pm- 9:30 pm

Looking for more? Here’s the list of all the Michelin starred restaurants in NYC for 2019.

Featured image: shintamani.com