32 "Steaks" Restaurants in New York.
Edward’s is a steakhouse in Jersey City that’s best for martinis and oysters at the bar.
If you’re looking for steak in Williamsburg, Peter Luger is the obvious answer. But DeStefano’s also serves great steak, and its worth a visit.
Le Relais De Venise L’Entrecôte is a French restaurant in Midtown East where the only thing on the menu is very good steak frites.
Red Hook Tavern is from the people behind Hometown Bar-B-Que, and it’s a great spot to sit at the bar, drink wine, and eat an extremely good burger.
Old Homestead has been around since 1868, and this steakhouse on the Meatpacking/Chelsea border still serves some of the best steaks in the city.
Keens is a Midtown steakhouse with tons of history, but even if you don’t care about Albert Einstein’s smoking pipe, you’ll eat some great meat.
Delmonico’s is a classic, white tablecloth steakhouse in FiDi that’s been around since 1837.
The Cecil Steakhouse is a classic-feeling American restaurant that’s ideal for a special occasion dinner in Harlem
Harry’s is a classic steakhouse and cocktail bar a block from Wall Street in the Financial District.
Bohemian has a secret phone number and referral process to get a reservation, but that’s not why you should care about this Japanese spot in Noho.
Smith & Wollensky is a classic Midtown steakhouse that’s a good spot for a business meal at lunch or dinner.
The Palm Too is an old-school steak spot that’s been open in Midtown since 1973.
Pietro’s is an old-school Italian restaurant in Midtown East that’s been around since 1932.
Do you need a big place where you can eat a pricey steak with some people who never stray too far from Grand Central? Try Benjamin Steakhouse.
Holy Ground is a below-ground Tribeca spot that looks like an old-school steakhouse, but actually specializes in slow smoked meats.