Need a recommendation between three
I was recently at Gene and Georgetti's and wasn't very impressed. I was most disappointed with their spinach, as it had an unnatural smoked flavor. (I don't mind a smoky flavor in general; theirs seemed fake).
My other concern was feeling rushed by the waitstaff, something I haven't experienced at other steakhouses (Ruth's Chris, Chicago Chop House, etc).
Their steak was good, nothing out of the ordinary.
For the best steaks of the three, I'd lean towards the dry-aged steaks at David Burke's Primehouse. It's also the best bet if you want a bit more variety, with a broader selection if any members of your party want something other than steak. The atmosphere is more contemporary than the typical "clubby" steakhouse. But if you want a place that seems like a landmark (because it's been there forever), then Gene and Georgetti's might be more suitable.
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