KIA: Second best was at the Old Homestead (Atlantic City)
God Is My Co-Pirate: Peter Luger's is one of only 2 in the US - Bern is the other - that dry age their beef for a minimum of five weeks (I think) according to Jeffrey Steingarten.I haven't heard of Cut at #1 but it looks like an airport hotel conference centre.I can still almost tast the porterhouse at Peter Luger's. That was well worth the money.
Joe Peanut: I've been to Peter Luger twice. Maybe it is because I'm South American and know what real steak tastes like, but I was seriously disappointed both times.
Lt. Cheese Weasel: Hard to argue against Brennans in NOLA. But Pappas in Dallas? Not even in the same conversation with these Dallas heroes:Chamberlains.Bob's Steak and Chop HouseLawrysRuths ChrisDakotas
Satan's Bunny Slippers: I predict rational responses in this thread, with absolutely no:'List fails without (their hometown steak place)'"People are stupid to pay that kind of money, cook it your damn self""Meat eating people are evil"*gets popcorn*
PortWineBoy: Joe Peanut: I've been to Peter Luger twice. Maybe it is because I'm South American and know what real steak tastes like, but I was seriously disappointed both times.Maybe it was something else...because they have one of the finest steaks anywhere in the world.
savage_world: Gorats? Really? I mean... the place is good and I've eaten there multiple times, but I honestly think 'Canglia's Venice Inn' (to name another Omaha restaurant) is better. I also think the 'Steak House' (yeah, original name) in Lincoln is better.
taliesinwi: List fails _with_ St. Elmo's in Indy. Yes it's survived 100+ years. So what? Steaks are only OK and the "world famous" shrimp cocktail is basically straight horseradish sauce with a hint of red color.I'm not even sure Mr. B's is the best steak in Milwaukee and I _live_ in Milwaukee, but it should definitely be higher on the list than anything in Indy. The (higher end) corporate places are almost always the best places to get food down there.
KIA: Meh. Single best filet I ever tasted, bar none, was at the Sage Room Steakhouse in South Tahoe. Second best was at the Old Homestead (Atlantic City). Yes, they're both in casinos, no that isn't a coincidence.I'm still willing to field-test, however.Bobbie Flay's has nice stuff if you like a little pep, local restaurant Sweetwater (from the American Grills line) has great value for money in steak.
abhorrent1: So new york not only sucks at pizza, they suck at steak too?/new york sucks//that is all
Prank Monkey: List fails because they didn't list the my charcoal grill on my deck
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