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2013-08-23 03:45:56 PM  
Gunny HighwayAlso, House of Prime Rib in SF.  Although, frankly, Lawrey's original location in Bev Hills is pretty much the same IMHO.

And why does Subby think NYC would be the best place for a steakhouse?  That's stupid.  Best steakhouses seem to be in the so-called flyover states - you know, like near the supply?  Like non-trendy local restaurants that serve an amazing cut for good price.

Fly over states like California.


House of Prime Rib and Lawreys are prime rib places which many would argue is different than a steakhouse.

But thanks for trying to be clever.
 
2013-08-23 03:46:20 PM  

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.


The Steak House isn't that good. You can drive another mile down the street and go to the meat distributor where they get their meat for half the cost. Road trip to Linwood and hit up Big Fella's. You will not be disappoint.
 
2013-08-23 03:47:36 PM  
For all your Tampa, FL people raving about Bern's steakhouse you need to goto Charley's

Charley's destroys Brerns on every level. The service is better, the quality of meat is better, the cuts, the care, everything that has to do with steak is better at Charley's  Go there and compare. I've done Bern's twice and Charley's wins out everytime and I go back 3-4x year there and have YET to leave dissapointed. We have come to call Charley's Sirloin MeatButter because you can cut it with a fork it's so tender.

After Bern's wins for desert's but Charley's has monster cakes where i you were not fat enough after eating 30oz of delicious butter meat your stomach would implode after devouring their carrot cake.

Charley's>Ruth Chris>Bern's
 
gja
2013-08-23 03:48:15 PM  
Wolfgang is a pretentious douchnozzle, and his place looks like an overly modernized craphole-cum-airport-foodcourt.
 
2013-08-23 03:49:50 PM  
I like # 11.
 
2013-08-23 03:50:24 PM  

SirEattonHogg: Gunny Highway:  Also, House of Prime Rib in SF.  Although, frankly, Lawrey's original location in Bev Hills is pretty much the same IMHO.

And why does Subby think NYC would be the best place for a steakhouse?  That's stupid.  Best steakhouses seem to be in the so-called flyover states - you know, like near the supply?  Like non-trendy local restaurants that serve an amazing cut for good price.

Fly over states like California.

House of Prime Rib and Lawreys are prime rib places which many would argue is different than a steakhouse.

But thanks for trying to be clever.


You are welcome.
 
2013-08-23 03:54:08 PM  
api.ning.com
 
2013-08-23 03:55:10 PM  

RoyHobbs22: Whoever came up with this sham of a list has obviously never had the bread or a blooming onion at an Outback.


Yeah, and whoever came up with this sham of a list didn't check my inflight magazine.
 
2013-08-23 03:55:44 PM  
Holy crap, I'm thinking of making one of those pictures my screen saver.
 
2013-08-23 03:57:26 PM  
The blandest fillet I've ever eaten was at a ruths chris in tampa. They fry it in butter ffs. One of the tastiest steaks Ive had at a restaurant was a t-bone at Charleys in Tampa. They age their steaks a few weeks I believe. Also Delmonicos was my favorite steakhouse in NYC when I lived up there.
 
2013-08-23 03:57:28 PM  
This thread has a disturbing lack of steak porn.
 
2013-08-23 03:58:57 PM  

Churchill92: For all your Tampa, FL people raving about Bern's steakhouse you need to goto Charley's

Charley's destroys Brerns on every level. The service is better, the quality of meat is better, the cuts, the care, everything that has to do with steak is better at Charley's  Go there and compare. I've done Bern's twice and Charley's wins out everytime and I go back 3-4x year there and have YET to leave dissapointed. We have come to call Charley's Sirloin MeatButter because you can cut it with a fork it's so tender.

After Bern's wins for desert's but Charley's has monster cakes where i you were not fat enough after eating 30oz of delicious butter meat your stomach would implode after devouring their carrot cake.

Charley's>Ruth Chris>Bern's


Very apt description of Charleys to really don't need a steak knife. Top notch steaks.
 
2013-08-23 03:59:03 PM  

KhamanV: Brazil


Sounds amazing. Where?

And on that note...why get 1 cut of steak, pay extra for sides when you can go get variety at a Brazilian steakhouse?
 
2013-08-23 03:59:18 PM  

eraser8: This thread has a disturbing lack of steak porn.


Also, the GIS for "steak porn" is mostly SFW...but, the few NSFW pictures are, well, *shudder* not appealing.
 
2013-08-23 03:59:20 PM  

Churchill92: For all your Tampa, FL people raving about Bern's steakhouse you need to goto Charley's

Charley's destroys Brerns on every level. The service is better, the quality of meat is better, the cuts, the care, everything that has to do with steak is better at Charley's  Go there and compare. I've done Bern's twice and Charley's wins out everytime and I go back 3-4x year there and have YET to leave dissapointed. We have come to call Charley's Sirloin MeatButter because you can cut it with a fork it's so tender.

After Bern's wins for desert's but Charley's has monster cakes where i you were not fat enough after eating 30oz of delicious butter meat your stomach would implode after devouring their carrot cake.

Charley's>Ruth Chris>Bern's


Charley's is a chain of chains.  I've been there and the only thing I appreciated was the wood firing of the steak.  I'd say it's a different experience than Bern's.  There are things I don't care for with Bern's, that they pack you in like cattle and that they tend to over-cook what medium rare is and I have learned to account for that and I only order rare there now.  Charley's is a damn good alternative, but if I had to put up comparisons like you did and if Gallagher's were still around here, it would be:

Gallagher's>Bern's=Charley's  I'd probably put Council Oak equal to Charley's as well.
 
2013-08-23 04:00:53 PM  

gja: Wolfgang is a pretentious douchnozzle, and his place looks like an overly modernized craphole-cum-airport-foodcourt.


I don't know, I ate at Spago a while back and it was pretty farkin' good. Plus, he came out and hung with us at our table for a few minutes for drinks (one of my party is acquainted with him) and seemed like a pretty good guy to me.
 
2013-08-23 04:02:13 PM  

rev. dave: DubtodaIll: List fails without Bones in Atlanta.

I was thinking McKendrick's mostly because I have not been to Bones yet.

After a certain point in quality is reached, I like them all.  I think I would love every place on this list.


They have Kevin Rathbun Steak, at least, which I really enjoyed the couple of times I've been there.
 
2013-08-23 04:03:59 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: 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 House
Lawrys
Ruths Chris
Dakotas

Can't argue with any of those, but to this day I STILL think "Ruths Chris" is the dumbest farking name I have ever heard for any establishment.  Sounds like you have two kids on the football team with the same name...."who's Chris scored? Ruth's Chris. Cindy's Chris didn't play last night"

But yeah, they have some great steak there.


I always thought it was a strange name as well but apparently is was a smart business move. From Wiki:

Ruth Fertel bought Chris Steakhouse from Chris Matulich. Years later it burned down and she rebuilt a couple of blocks over. The sales agreement stated she could never use the name Chris Steakhouse at any other address. Wanting to maintain continuity she named it Ruth's Chris Steakhouse... and the rest is history.
 
2013-08-23 04:04:14 PM  

SirEattonHogg: And why does Subby think NYC would be the best place for a steakhouse? That's stupid. Best steakhouses seem to be in the so-called flyover states - you know, like near the supply? Like non-trendy local restaurants that serve an amazing cut for good price.


there is plenty of supply in ny.  you haven't lived until you've had a perfectly prepared rat steak
 
2013-08-23 04:06:36 PM  
The staff at Peter Lugers will get pissed if you ask for ketchup for your steak. Who are they to tell someone what to do with your steak once you order it?
 
2013-08-23 04:10:09 PM  

CaptSS: Satan's Bunny Slippers: 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 House
Lawrys
Ruths Chris
Dakotas

Can't argue with any of those, but to this day I STILL think "Ruths Chris" is the dumbest farking name I have ever heard for any establishment.  Sounds like you have two kids on the football team with the same name...."who's Chris scored? Ruth's Chris. Cindy's Chris didn't play last night"

But yeah, they have some great steak there.

I always thought it was a strange name as well but apparently is was a smart business move. From Wiki:

Ruth Fertel bought Chris Steakhouse from Chris Matulich. Years later it burned down and she rebuilt a couple of blocks over. The sales agreement stated she could never use the name Chris Steakhouse at any other address. Wanting to maintain continuity she named it Ruth's Chris Steakhouse... and the rest is history.


Now that you kindly did my research (no snark meant, my lazy arse could have wiki'd it too) I seem to remember something something about that now.  It may have been a great and actually quite sensible business move, it's still a stupid sounding name, IMO.  But she's got (had?) more money than I'll ever see in my lifetime, and she surely doesn't care what I think of the name.  :)
 
2013-08-23 04:13:48 PM  

Contrabulous Flabtraption: [api.ning.com image 850x314]


People rag on Golden Corral (most of it is justified) but the sirloin is usually pretty good. And all you can eat!

Here in Dallas and maybe all over, for several weekends they are having all you can eat  Prime Rib for $12.99. Went last weekend and will be going again tomorrow. Stuff is pretty good. I also slipped the cook/carver $2 and got both the end pieces off the just brought out slab. Along with their home made mashed potatoes (yes they really are) you just can't beat the price. Great taste and great value.

Just gotta watch and avoid the 8 year olds that eat straight from the buffet pans, often deciding they don't like the taste and putting it back in the pan.
 
gja
2013-08-23 04:15:26 PM  

Bawdy George: gja: Wolfgang is a pretentious douchnozzle, and his place looks like an overly modernized craphole-cum-airport-foodcourt.

I don't know, I ate at Spago a while back and it was pretty farkin' good. Plus, he came out and hung with us at our table for a few minutes for drinks (one of my party is acquainted with him) and seemed like a pretty good guy to me.


"Pretty good" for the prices at Spago just doesn't cut it. And he is pretentious. Met him a few times at industry events. Amazed he can find a shirt big enough considering how stuffed full of himself he is.
Some years ago he was a daring and elegant chef, now he is resting on his laurels.
I am sure he has his moments, and can certainly be charming when he feels like it, but the impression I got watching him interact with others was he feels himself too superior to others to deign grace them with his presence. Likely you saw that friendly side because, as you stated "(one of my party is acquainted with him)". That tends to make a big difference.

Keens is awesome here in NYC, so is Del Friscos and Bobby Vans. And the staff at Vans are 1st class all the way. Luger I can take or leave.
 
2013-08-23 04:15:55 PM  
Dead for Tax Reasonsthere is plenty of supply in ny.  you haven't lived until you've had a perfectly prepared rat steak


"Sewer rat may taste like pumpkin pie, but I'd never know 'cause I wouldn't eat the filthy mofo."

Really?  No Minnesota farkers here extolling the virtues of Murrays?
 
2013-08-23 04:16:04 PM  

catchow: Prime rib at El Corral in Oro Valley Tucson, AZ is also a treat, not to mention a bargain.


FTFY (well, kinda; technically it's outside city limits); Oro Valley's about 5 miles NW.

CSB: Back when Gateway was still a thing, our rep at the time would take us out to dinner at El Corral after back-to-school rush (in celebration of us actually selling Gateway computers). Most of us would order big ass-hunks of cow, but the newbie this particular year ordered the most expensive hunk of cow on the menu: the filet. Many lulz were had that night after they put this tiny piece of meat in front of a kid clocking in at like 6'5" 230.

/ Our next rep took us to Claim Jumper; we were sad
 
2013-08-23 04:16:20 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: CaptSS: Satan's Bunny Slippers: 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 House
Lawrys
Ruths Chris
Dakotas

Can't argue with any of those, but to this day I STILL think "Ruths Chris" is the dumbest farking name I have ever heard for any establishment.  Sounds like you have two kids on the football team with the same name...."who's Chris scored? Ruth's Chris. Cindy's Chris didn't play last night"

But yeah, they have some great steak there.

I always thought it was a strange name as well but apparently is was a smart business move. From Wiki:

Ruth Fertel bought Chris Steakhouse from Chris Matulich. Years later it burned down and she rebuilt a couple of blocks over. The sales agreement stated she could never use the name Chris Steakhouse at any other address. Wanting to maintain continuity she named it Ruth's Chris Steakhouse... and the rest is history.

Now that you kindly did my research (no snark meant, my lazy arse could have wiki'd it too) I seem to remember something something about that now.  It may have been a great and actually quite sensible business move, it's still a stupid sounding name, IMO.  But she's got (had?) more money than I'll ever see in my lifetime, and she surely doesn't care what I think of the name.  :)


Oh I agree with you completely. Odd name for an eatery and certainly doesn't flow off the tongue. But now I understand why. But yes, wouldn't be my first choice (or even second or third) if I was opening a steakhouse.
 
2013-08-23 04:17:11 PM  

mjohnson71: SirEattonHogg: And why does Subby think NYC would be the best place for a steakhouse?  That's stupid.  Best steakhouses seem to be in the so-called flyover states - you know, like near the supply?  Like non-trendy local restaurants that serve an amazing cut for good price.

Subby's attempting to make fun of New Yorkers and their view of the world.

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Correct and he's also been to most of the steakhouses in NYC.

/I trying to remember the name of a really good one in Kansas City that was in the cattle yards but it was a long time ago.
 
gja
2013-08-23 04:22:42 PM  

DCBuck: Nothing beats the Pine Club in Dayton


My favorite place to eat when I go out for Hamvention.
I have yet to have anything but excellent meals there.
And the staff are pros and friendly as hell.
 
2013-08-23 04:27:12 PM  

God Is My Co-Pirate: Nothing you can buy in a supermarket is going to taste the same as a steak at Peter Luger's.


A supermarket, true. A butcher, depends. But it's going to cost more than Mr. Jones seems willing to spend.
 
2013-08-23 04:37:28 PM  

Enigmamf: 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.

What, because it wasn't extremely lean and burned to a crisp?


You obviously never been to South America.  One of my biggest complaint about steaks here in the US is that most places don't have a clue what "rare" means.  Peter Luger did rare just fine, but it was still disappointing.
 
2013-08-23 04:46:07 PM  

zabadu: Prime rib is NOT steak!


Prime rib and rib-eye are the same piece of meat. It's just that prime rib is cooked along the edge while rib-eye is cooked on the flat.

I prefer the cooked along the edge of the prime rib.
 
2013-08-23 04:48:46 PM  

Churchill92: For all your Tampa, FL people raving about Bern's steakhouse you need to goto Charley's

Charley's destroys Brerns on every level. The service is better, the quality of meat is better, the cuts, the care, everything that has to do with steak is better at Charley's  Go there and compare. I've done Bern's twice and Charley's wins out everytime and I go back 3-4x year there and have YET to leave dissapointed. We have come to call Charley's Sirloin MeatButter because you can cut it with a fork it's so tender.

After Bern's wins for desert's but Charley's has monster cakes where i you were not fat enough after eating 30oz of delicious butter meat your stomach would implode after devouring their carrot cake.

Charley's>Ruth's Chris>Bern's


All three are pretty fantastic, but I would put Bern's at number one out of those three.  The steaks, the dessert room, the wine selection (the largets private collection in the world, IIRC), the produce from their own farm, the fact that you can have live fish flown in for your meal.  It is a special place.
 
2013-08-23 04:49:16 PM  

Joe Peanut: Enigmamf: 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.

What, because it wasn't extremely lean and burned to a crisp?

You obviously never been to South America.  One of my biggest complaint about steaks here in the US is that most places don't have a clue what "rare" means.  Peter Luger did rare just fine, but it was still disappointing.


I've been to Argentina, though I didn't eat at anywhere high-end. They're famous for two things; Grass-fed beef, and overcooked steaks. Those are not two things that go well together.
 
2013-08-23 04:53:58 PM  

Orgasmatron138: Jesus, it's cooking a friggin' steak.  Provided they know how to cook it properly, it's not rocket science.  I think it's more about where the meat comes from.


Best place to get a great steak:  a restaurant that specializes in seafood.  (The cooks get bored with doing seafood, I guess, and end up going all out on the steaks.)
Best place to get great seafood:  a restaurant that specializes in steak.  (Don't know why, unless it's the same reason as above.)

/Fat
 
2013-08-23 04:57:24 PM  

SirEattonHogg: Dead for Tax Reasons:  there is plenty of supply in ny.  you haven't lived until you've had a perfectly prepared rat steak


"Sewer rat may taste like pumpkin pie, but I'd never know 'cause I wouldn't eat the filthy mofo."

Really?  No Minnesota farkers here extolling the virtues of Murrays?


Murray's is great, eaten there a few times, but its been a few years since I've been back. way better than the chain steakhouses in town, some of which are really good.

Their wait staff is usually old and they are champions of the trade at that stage of their career, my last waiter there must have been 75, and he was a genius.
 
2013-08-23 04:57:45 PM  

AlwaysRightBoy: /I trying to remember the name of a really good one in Kansas City that was in the cattle yards but it was a long time ago.


Hereford House.
 
2013-08-23 05:02:07 PM  

steamingpile: abhorrent1: So new york not only sucks at pizza, they suck at steak too?

/new york sucks
//that is all

Chicago sucks at pizza worse, I bought frozen home run inn pizza which is touted as Chicago's best selling frozen pizza. I have had tostinos microwave pizza that tasted better.


All frozen pizza is awful. Your argument is invalid.
 
2013-08-23 05:04:03 PM  

Lt. Cheese Weasel: Snarfangel: 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 House
Lawrys
Ruths Chris
Dakotas

I'll make a note of those for the next time I'm in Dallas. I've been to Pappa's (as well as most of the non-steak Pappa-variants in the area -- Pappadeaux, Pappa's Burgers, though that's it FW, and a few others) but for steak I preferred the original Doe's Eat Place in Greenville, Mississippi, though it's been years since I've been there.

Guess I should have included Silver Fox and Del Frisco's Double Eagle.

I've eaten at all of these places. Each has it's nuance.  Best overall for my palate is the Wet Ribeye at Ruths Chris. But Lawrys is right there.  Unfair apples and oranges comparison, but honestly, we're talking about a hunk of meat and how you like it prepped.  The Dallas Cut at Lawrys is an amazing experience in carnivore porn.


I wrote a friend of mine who lives in Irving about your list, since I am probably going to be seeing her in October, and she said "Ruths Chris is one of the toprestaurants where men take mistresses."

That made me crack up.
 
2013-08-23 05:04:48 PM  

steamingpile: abhorrent1: So new york not only sucks at pizza, they suck at steak too?

/new york sucks
//that is all

Chicago sucks at pizza worse, I bought frozen home run inn pizza which is touted as Chicago's best selling frozen pizza. I have had tostinos microwave pizza that tasted better.


Enjoy your Domino's and Pizza Hut.
 
2013-08-23 05:23:30 PM  
No Manny's in Minneapolis?

For shame...
 
2013-08-23 05:28:25 PM  

mama2tnt: AlwaysRightBoy: /I trying to remember the name of a really good one in Kansas City that was in the cattle yards but it was a long time ago.

Hereford House.


Thank you, it was a huge steak I had there and it was very good.
 
2013-08-23 05:31:43 PM  
Steak Houses? More like murder shacks.
 
2013-08-23 05:33:58 PM  
DAVID BURKE is not on the list!
http://davidburkesprimehouse.com/
 
2013-08-23 05:34:01 PM  

minoridiot: I go to #6 (Killen's in Pearland) on a regular basis.  They are good because they start with good meat (grass fed and dry aged) and keep the seasoning simple.


Killens made that list? Holy farkballs. I just *do not* get the love heaped on that shiathole. Tried it for my birthday, what a farking waste of time and money.
 
2013-08-23 05:43:39 PM  

PapaChester: Steak Houses? More like murder shacks.


-5

Carrots have feeling too.
 
2013-08-23 05:45:31 PM  

Snarfangel: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Snarfangel: 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 House
Lawrys
Ruths Chris
Dakotas

I'll make a note of those for the next time I'm in Dallas. I've been to Pappa's (as well as most of the non-steak Pappa-variants in the area -- Pappadeaux, Pappa's Burgers, though that's it FW, and a few others) but for steak I preferred the original Doe's Eat Place in Greenville, Mississippi, though it's been years since I've been there.

Guess I should have included Silver Fox and Del Frisco's Double Eagle.

I've eaten at all of these places. Each has it's nuance.  Best overall for my palate is the Wet Ribeye at Ruths Chris. But Lawrys is right there.  Unfair apples and oranges comparison, but honestly, we're talking about a hunk of meat and how you like it prepped.  The Dallas Cut at Lawrys is an amazing experience in carnivore porn.

I wrote a friend of mine who lives in Irving about your list, since I am probably going to be seeing her in October, and she said "Ruths Chris is one of the toprestaurants where men take mistresses."

That made me crack up.


Good place to get your mistress a nice piece of meat before you give her a nice piece of meat.  Heyooooooooooooo
 
kth
2013-08-23 05:46:20 PM  

mama2tnt: AlwaysRightBoy: /I trying to remember the name of a really good one in Kansas City that was in the cattle yards but it was a long time ago.

Hereford House.


They've gone way WAY downhill.  WAY.

We went there a few months ago, and both food and service were for shiat. The salad was reminiscent of the salad bars at the finest rural Pizza Huts. They had us cut into our steaks to ensure that they cooked it correctly. If the cooks don't know how to cook rare steaks, they do not belong in a steak house. I certainly hope it was our waiter's first week on the job, because he was terrible at it.
 
2013-08-23 05:46:21 PM  

Overfiend: No Manny's in Minneapolis?

For shame...


I went to Manny's once and wasn't blown away. It was really good, as I like steak, but I could have had the same steak at any number of places that shouldn't be in the same league -- Kincaids, Lexington, mancinis, strip club, etc.

I think they nailed it with Murray's.

YMMV
 
2013-08-23 05:47:25 PM  

panfried: F McLintocks isn't on the list?  List fails.  Pismo, CA.   Best steak on the West Coast

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I don't know if it's the best on the West Coast, but I'd argue that Harris Ranch is far superior to McLintocks.

www.harrisranchbeef.com
 
2013-08-23 05:47:51 PM  

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.


Not a big city guy but if I ever make it to NYC I'm stopping there.
 
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