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Aug 3, 2010 06:45 PM

Austin Restaurants serving Dry-Aged Steaks?

I plan to visit Austin soon and was wondering if there are any steakhouses or restaurants in Austin that serve dry-aged steaks? I saw a thread on here that mentions buying dry aged beef at Whole Foods, but I'll be staying in a hotel, unable to cook the steak myself! Thanks in advance!

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  1. Eddie V's often has a bone-in ribeye as a special that is dry aged.... and delicious.

    1. everyone's gonna correct me if i'm wrong, but i've always gotten the impression that austin is not really a steak kinda town.
      when people think texas, they think about the rich cattle/ranching history but austin? not so much.

      that being said, i will keep an eye on this thread and see what people have to say because i do love a good steak.

      1. It is purported that Perry's serves USDA Prime dry aged:

        1. I had a dry-aged filet at Jeffrey's last month. It was delicious, of course, but it wasn't as rich as I had anticipated...

          1. Dry aged or not, I still think Fleming's downtown makes the best steaks in town, aside from the ones my bf grills up.