There’s no doubt that Americans adore their steak. There are restaurants all across the country that serve it charred, medium, well done, rare, and tartar to salivating consumers. You can get it with a great variety of sides such as creamy mashed potatoes or buttered string beans and cornbread.
Steak is a dish we all love in America – no matter your race or gender. The love of red meat binds us together.
These mouth-watering culinary hot spots are listed here by region. Let’s hit the Northeast first…
In Connecticut there’s a bone-in filet that consumers are infatuated with from Gabriele’s in Greenwich.
They also love the first-rate service and high-end décor. Check out their mac and cheese as well.
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill in Newark has an unbelievable filet, steak salad, or beef short ribs. You have to get the fried spinach for one side. You won’t see it on the menu, but according to diners it’s very thin potato chips that will actually melt in your mouth!
In Wells, Maine fans say the food is worth the long wait that can actually build up on busy nights. The “Filet mignon will melt in your mouth,” according to consumers. Due their large portions, you will leave feeling good about the money you spent.
For amazing service and ace steaks that create a dining experience that’s out of this world, head over to Woodmont Grill in Bethesda.
You can even bring your vegetarians friends. They serve a veggie burger that even carnivores are crazy about.
According to Foursquare, Abe & Louie’s in Boston is “what every steakhouse tried to be.” A favorite there is the bone-in filet, try it with the tomato salad.
If you’re not feeling steak, check out their signature swordfish steak. It has a great reputation.
Hanover Street Chophouse is in the heart of downtown Manchester. They serve a traditional steakhouse menu with steaks, chops, fish, and shellfish.
You can pick one of more than 200 bottles of wine on the menu to share with your significant other.
You’ll leave Bloomfield Steak & Seafood in Jersey feeling full and fulfilled. If you’re not sure what to order, check out their prime rib. According to Foursquare it’s, “delicious, and I don’t even like prime rib.”
The nation’s capital is home to the BLT, which is described as, “THE place to go for good steak.” The BLT has amazing food AND service.
If you don’t believe me, take Michelle Obama’s word for it. She has been spotted having dinner there.
You’ll want to make reservations for Keens Steakhouse in New York City. Customers rave on their muttonchops.
For dessert, consider their New York cheesecake.
Meat and Potatoes’ in Pennsylvania doesn’t just serve meat and potatoes. Their menu includes fried Brussels sprouts and bone marrow. And their drink selection includes an amazing specialty absinthe selection.
For an amazing variety of fresh seafood and steaks, head over to 22 Bowen’s Wine Bar & Grille, in Newport.
With a lot of luck, you may be able to snag a spot outside for a view of the pier so you can people watch throughout the night.
If you’re looking for traditional New England cuisine, you need to head over to Ye Olde Tavern in Manchester.
Some of their most popular dishes are the cranberry fritters, prime rib, and Maine Lobster.
Boulder Colorado’s Brasserie Ten Ten have turned steak frites into a big hit. Some say they’re the best they’ve ever had.
If you want to snag a seat on the patio, make sure you come early. Otherwise, enjoy happy-hour at the bar.
Head over to Rib & Chop next time you’re in Cody, Wyoming. They serve a ribeye steak, bison burger, and stuffed baked potato that are incredible!
Check out their fried green tomatoes as well.
If you love live music, fabulous service, and complimentary valet parking, Chandlers in downtown Boise is the perfect place for you to savor some quality beef.
Consumers rave about their filet sliders because they serve them with pommes frites in truffle oil dusting.
You can find a considerable menu of steak-themed favorites at the Hereford House in Shawnee, including its esteemed steak soup.
Take your date there for their $75 four-course dinner for two, or check out their classic steakhouse omelets for brunch.
Check out Rib & Chop in Montana. All their meals are unique and savory.
Don’t leave without ordering their fried green tomatoes to enrich any slab of meat on the menu.
They say Mahogany Prime Steakhouse could probably convert a vegan. They serve amazing steaks and rare cocktails.
They also have friendly staff and skilled bartenders to top it off.
Double Eagle in Mesilla isn’t your typical dining experience, but for Margaritas and steak you definitely won’t want to miss out.
Check out their signature green chili bloody mary to spice up the night.
North Dakota is home to the Minot location of the ever so popular Longhorn Steakhouse chain.
If you’re looking for steak grilled by an expert, look no further. Just make sure to leave room for dessert. Customers love their molten lava cake.
For some amazing Southwest and American cuisines, head over to Red Rock Canyon Grill in Oklahoma City.
Their rotisserie chick and jalapeño corn break is an amazing unique flavor experience.
Next time you’re in Pierre, you have to check out Cattleman’s Club for some amazing prime rib, sirloin, and chislic.
According to Foursquare users it’s awesome AND fresh.
Delight yourself in an amazing steak served with live jazz music at Eddie V’s Prime Seafood in Austin.
Diners say the oysters and scallops are a must. Stop by and check out their happy-hour drink specials as well.
At J. Alexander’s in Hoover, Alabama people love the big portions, friendly staff, and nice atmosphere.
Check out their prime right or American cheeseburger. Just make sure you don’t leave Alexander’s without trying their marvelous carrot cake.
Little Rock Arkansas is home to Arthur’s Prime Steak House. According to Foursquare it’s the, “perfect blend of Southern Hospitality and good food.”
Check out their filet mignon, and order a freshly made dark chocolate soufflé for dessert.
In Orlando, Florida they serve The Hawaiian ribeye at Hillstone. The atmosphere is amazing as well as the food and service.
You can watch the sunset over Lake Killarney on their patio while you enjoy some of their appetizers and drinks.
For almost 20 years consecutively, Atlanta Georgia’s Bone’s has been named the best steakhouse in Atlanta. It’s no surprise that is offers all cuts of beef to exquisiteness.
Bone’s has also been able to stay true to its Southern heritage with side dishes like hash browns and grit fritters.
Baton Rouge is home to Sullivan’s Steakhouse, where classic signature steaks, lobsters and crab all take place on the menu.
Check out their black velvet cake with cream cheese icing and fudge for dessert. It sounds wonderfully intriguing.
Jackson Mississippi is home to Char Restaurant. A locally owned steakhouse that serves steaks are expressed as “leaving me in a food coma-induced paradise,” according to a Foursquare user.
Make sure you leave some room for dessert. They have a caramel apple crunch and pecan pie that you have to delight in.
In downtown Raleigh, check out The Angus Barn to switch things up. Check out their relaxing dining experience.
Don’t leave without trying their surf-and-turf and their chocolate chess pie.
Hall’s Chophouse in Charleston has an incredible lobster mac and cheese you will not want to miss out on.
Stop by on a Sunday for brunch and catch some live gospel singers and a pianist perform as you enjoy your meal.
For amazing southern flavors head over to Connors Steak & Seafood in Knoxville.
Check out their lobster bisque, crab cakes, and cheese grits for a great complement to your steak or prime rib.
At Mike’s American Grill in Springfield you will experience neon, vintage baseballs, local photos, and fellow fans.
Check out their filet mignon for drunken ribeye for dinner. According to Foursquare users it’s “out of this world.”
Don’t miss out on West Virginia’s Wonder Bar in Clarksburg’s prime rib.
According to Foursquare, “the food was very good and service was excellent.”
Joe’s located in Chicago surfs AND turfs. Consumers are just as crazy for their beef as they’re seafood.
Check out their signature key lime pie to top off your meal.
Since 1902, Indianapolis has been home to a steak landmark. St. Elmo Steak House has a reputation that it has earned with its amazing food and service.
Everyone loves the jumbo-shrimp cocktail and wood-paneled ambience, if you’re not feeling steak of course.
You’ll have a difficult time choosing what to order at the 801 Chop House in Des Moines. As you read the menu you will notice every item seems to be better than the one before it.
They have different cuts of beef topped with bone marrow butter and Maytag blue cheese. Not to mention the service is superb.
Check out Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse in Louisville, Kentucky. Experience traditional New York steakhouse with Las Vegas glitz.
Customers go crazy for their Cowboy steak, top-tier sushi, and live piano music. They also have an amazing options of beef that they dry aged in-house.
Roast in Detroit serves many different cuts of dry aged beef. It’s a carnivore’s fantasy!
Diners also rave about their well-priced burgers and their variety of sides, if you’re tired of steak of course.
For everyone’s favorite New York strip, duck confit, and house-made chocolate doughnut, head over to The Strip Club in Saint Paul.
They offer grass-fed beef, and City Pages voted the restaurant the #1 craft cocktail bar.
Chesterfield’s Annie Gunn’s is raved for incredible steaks and amazing hospitality.
If you can’t get enough of their food, check out the market next door and buy it for yourself.
Check out Jag’s in West Chester on a Friday night for an all-you-can-eat appetizer buffet.
You’ll love the sounds of local bands filling the restaurant as you enjoy your steak.
For a late-night steak fix, check out Tornado Room Steakhouse in Madison.
Their steak sandwiches, smoked Muenster burgers, steak fries, and Wisconsin cheese curds are amazing and from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. they’re served at a discounted price.
According to customers, Club Paris in Anchorage Alaska offers a filet mignon that’s so amazing it will bring tears to your eyes.
And you can’t leave without ordering the crème brûlée for dessert.
Scottsdale’s Maestro’s City Hall Steakhouse serves a steak with char that is out of this world. It’s all about the char, right?
They have great service, huge portions, and an amazing atmosphere.
Check out Lolinda next time you’re in San Francisco, California. They offer some of the most incredible Argentinian beef with an assortment of just as amazing tapas.
People rave about their amazing empanadas, ceviche, croquetas, and signature cocktails. Check out their rooftop deck for a rare amazing atmosphere.
Hawaii is home to Hy’s Steakhouse. Some of the favorites there include beef tenderloin with black truffle sauce, filet of beef Wellington, and prime rib.
Their broiled steaks are given a rare flavor because they prepare them over Hawaiian kiawe wood.
Next time you’re in Vegas you have to check out Joe’s. It’s the ideal place to snag some surf-and-turf on a night out.
The stone crab and the king crab are also very highly recommended.
Portland is home to Tasty ‘N Alder, an amazing restaurant taking a new approach to traditional steak and eggs.
According to Foursquare uses, the Bim Bop bacon and eggs, is what to go with and it’s the best place for brunch.
For incredible steaks and rare game, such as elk and pheasant, Grub Steak Restaurants in Park city is the place to go.
They also have a great salad bar where you can pick up some warm bread with honey butter.
Head over to John Howie Steak in Bellevue for some prime custom-aged steaks and side dishes. It’s home to an award-winning wine list featuring local and worldwide bottles.
Ready for a road trip?
Ready to hit the road? If you’re a carnivore with a taste for the best red meat in the country, get out your map and start planning your next vacay with these culinary hot spots in mind.