Favorite Steak House


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My House ! Get a custom cut ribeye 1 1/2 " to 2" thick use my special seasoning and call it a day no steak house can touch it !

Peter Lugers for sure. And theres a new Davidoff Cigar lounge on the next block now. Mark Joseph Steakhouse is a close second.

For many years Peter Luger was by far the only place to get a great steak. And it still is IMHO. Still #1 Steakhouse in the U.S. Wolfgangs, started by the former long time headwaiter is second plac

I agree with Hunter about getting the best steak at home,

But the best steak I've ever had out was at a little redneck place in Pensacola FL. "Mesquite Charlie's" 34oz t bone grilled over hardwood coals.

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The Cut Bar & Grill or the Oaks...both in Sydney and serve an aged rib eye on the bone ...plus the bone with the marrow...wash it down with a solid Shiraz from the Barossa, followed by HDM Ep2 and life is grand...

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Joe' Seafood Prime Steak and Stone Crab in Vegas and Chicago. Still need to get to the ones in Washington and Miami. Love the bone in rib eye.

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1) My House

2) Anybody else's house where I can cook my own steak.

3) Chamberlain's

4) Bob's

5) Pappa Bros.

6) iii Forks

7) Lonesome Dove

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NYC:

My favourite at the moment is Strip House, been several times in the past year and it's been really consistent. People/colleagues rave on about Wolfgang's but in terms of consistency it's fallen by the wayside (for me)

London:

Someone mentioned Hawksmoor which I've only had their Sunday Roast which is amazing value (not had their steak there yet) but my favourite there is a place called Goodman. Anyone in London or passing through needs to check this place out!!

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Usually prefer to have steak at home cooked on hot coals in the summer or cast iron in the winter, but we occasionally will visit peter lugers and a few other places in nyc

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I am a sucker for wood-fired steak. There is a little restaurant named "Rachel's" in Austintown, Ohio, that has been grilling steaks this way since I was a kid. I've had great steaks at places like Peter Luger's, Bobby Van's, Del Frisco's, etc., but Rachel's is still the one that stands out to me.

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For many years Peter Luger was by far the only place to get a great steak.

And it still is IMHO. Still #1 Steakhouse in the U.S.

Wolfgangs, started by the former long time headwaiter is second place, multiple locations and more varied menu.

But a couple of years ago I got a Wolf Dual Fuel range with an infrared grill and source my prime 60 day aged beef from a local butcher and my at home steak is second to none. You can click on the pics for a larger size image.

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Elk Creek Steakhouse in Piedmont South Dakota- This is a favorite of ranchers who raise much of the Black Angus beef served there. I have take old guys in there that walked out and said it was the best piece of meat they ever had. (says a lot in my area of beef producers) http://www.elkcreeksteakhouse.com/

Bobs Resort is my second. I'll detour if I am within 75 miles if they are open. Crazy portions of meat and just succulent ageing. Just a simple meal with lots of natural flavor. No steak sauce required and you may be asked if you want it ground up and put on a bun if you do ask for any.

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Here in Canada, it has to be Ruth's Chris if money is no object

Hy's gets good marks too in Ottawa

Have you been to Jacobs & Co in Toronto? Ruth's Chris (a franchise restaurant!) is McDonalds by comparison.

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