Best Steakhouses in NYC

Best Steakhouses in NYC

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    In 1885 Keens Chophouse opened independently under the ownership of Albert Keen, by then a noted figure in the Herald Square Theatre District. Keens soon became the lively and accepted rendezvous of the famous.
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    The 50th outpost of Ted Turner's restaurant empire, featuring time-tested American favorites, hand-made with fresh ingredients. Enjoy this twist on the classic comfort foods with warm decor that evokes an authentic Montana bar and grill.
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    A favorite of the mini-mogul set, Peter Luger Steak House has been serving the finest USDA Prime steaks since 1887.
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    Former Peter Luger headwaiter and high-end steak impresario Wolfgang Zweiner's Midtown location, with a crafty, classic design and exception steak. After 4 decades of experience, it is fair to say that Wolfgang Zwiener learned his craft well.
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    After 40 years at fabled Peter Lugar in Brooklyn, the well-known headwaiter Wolfgang Zwiener went to Midtown. As they say, once you've succeeded in Midtown, it's time to hit Tribeca.
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    The main level is dominated by the "The Power Bar" with its street level views of The Avenue of the Americas.
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    Located at Madison Square Garden near Penn Station, Nick and Stef’s Steakhouse is the natural destination of sport fans, business people, commuters and discerning diners alike.
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    You can't miss the huge cow mounted above the Old Homestead's entrance, and this old-school steakhouse continues to please, even after nearly 140 years.
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    Tucked away in another historic restaurant location, (at one time this was the hang out spot for such stars as Frank Sinatra and the rest of the Rat Pack) there is plenty of history and untold stories behind Bobby Van's walls, if only they could talk.
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    The successor to BLT Steak and BLT Fish, this steakhouse is at the location of the former Union Pacific restaurant.
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    Located right across the street from the flagship restaurant, in 1973 Palm Too was just the third restaurant to open after the original.
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    Smith & Wollensky is one of the most trafficked restaurants in New York and among the most celebrated steakhouses in the world.
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