best steakhouse for those of us with a budget
I read through several older threads about the best steakhouse in LA, price no object...
but what about those of us who are a little more budget-conscious?
I looked up the online menus for Wolfgang's and Cut, and both do not display their prices... what would be the average cost per person (without drinks) at these places?
Looking for a good steakhouse where we can spend <$40/person (just for the entree/sides).
Not sure if you saw these relatively recent threads (where price _was_ an object):
"where to get decent steak without breaking the bank?" (23 replies)
"Best $25 Steak dinner?" (86 replies
)http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/423194 (older thread with recent updates)
Morton's will be higher than $40 pp, but they have a special steak and seafood dinner right now. You get your choice of: (1) one of three salads; (2) an entree of a filet mignon; (3) your choice of jumbo crab cake, broiled scallops, or shrimp alexander; (4) choice of vegetable or potato; and (5) a dessert choice of hot chocolate cake, key lime pie or creme brulee. I believe you can pay a supplement for a different cut of steak. Since that includes appetizer and dessert, plus the seafood item, it might be considered a "budget" option compared to Cut, Mastro's, and Wolfgang's.
I like Taylor's (very old school look and the waitresses complement the ambiance). I'll give a vote to Damon's in Glendale http://www.damonsglendale.com/ too and even the Galley in Santa Monica http://www.thegalleyrestaurant.net/ (another great old school place) has its moments and here the waitresses are definitely NOT old school but rather of the "eye candy" persuasion.