List the Best Cut of Meat at each of these Steakhouses!
I have tried a couple of these but would love to hear people's opinions on the best cut from each steakhouse. I vow to eventually try each and every one of them so whoever has experienced them please tell me the best cut of meat from each.
Places I have been to
Peter Luger- Steak for Two of course. Without a doubt the best meal I had in my entire life. From the fries, creamed spinach, and porterhouse to the Holy Cow Sundae! Amazing....
Ruth Chris- Had the Filet Mignon and it was really good. However, I saw their NY Strip and it looked amazing. The ribeye looked good too.
Places I intend to go to
Del Frisco's- Never been, but will go soon (within the month). I am considering the ribeye and the double eagle bone in strip steak
Keens- Considering the porterhouse or prime rib. No mutton chops for me!
Smith and Wollensky- Heard the Cajun Ribeye is amazing as is the prime rib.
Bobby Van's- I think their are known for their Rib Steak.
Frankie and Johnnies
Old Homestead- Known for their Gotham Rib Steak and Porterhouse
Sparks- Heard the Sirloin is the thing to get here
I always choose my steakhouse dinner based upon the cut of meat that I am in the mood for at that time. Below are my picks!
Lugers-steak for two or more!
Del Friscos-double eagle is great! also the ribsteak is good.-Make sure to tell them not to put any seasoning on.
Keens-porterhouse is one of the best dry-aged around!
Ben Benson's-Prime Rib
Old Homestead-Gotham Rib Steak is great!
Strip House-Strip is good, but the apps are better(fois gras!)
Quality Meats-Rib steak is pretty good- they have the best steak tartar in Manhattan!!
Sparks-Good Filet Mignon
Balthazar-the cote de boeuf for two is amazing!! Better than most NY steakhouses!!
Peter Luger - steak for two, threee, etc. If you like bacon and have not tried the bacon app, it's worth it! I usually ask for the bacon well done,
The Palm - I usually order the prime rib, end cut, bloody rare.
Del Frisco's- Ribeye
Bobby Van's- Don't bother, poor steak
Morton's - Best steak is not here. its the worst of the expensive steakhouse, definitely not worth a visit or the money
Sparks- Sirloin is the item to get (really a NY strip)
Strip House - Ribeye, but since you seem to like porterhouse for 2, they usually have that as a special and the people I've eaten with have enjoyed it.
Capital Grille - ok steak, nothing great. Coffee rub ribeye if you wind up there
Smith and wollensky's - Ribeye