Meatatarians unite! This succulent list of top Manhattan, New York steak houses will have you salivating with comprehensive descriptions, ratings and reviews. Manhattan's carveries and steak restaurants place a focus on serving sirloin and other meat-centric dishes.
Talia's Steakhouse & Bar is a full, dine-in Glatt Kosher on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. A casual steakhouse, Talia's serves traditional American cuisine with a full bar. Moreover, they provide on and off premises catering services for all types of Simcha and special events.
A traditional, high-end steakhouse, AJ Maxwell's is conveniently located near Times Square, Broadway theaters, Carnegie Hall, Fifth Avenue shopping and Central Park. The restaurant offers fresh interpretations of steakhouse favorites and a comfortable, private atmosphere.
Uncle Jack's features porterhouse steaks that will leave most carnivore satisfied and seafood platter or the perfect crab cakes, bound by just a few Japanese bread crumbs and served on warm shrimp sauce.
A tribute to the great American hamburger, Rare Bar & Grill is anything but a burger joint. The freshest and very best ingredients have been selected to transform mundane into a masterpiece of flavor. Mouth-watering Kobe Burgers topped with Artisanal Cheeses, or a T-bone, a classic Ribeye, or the traditional New York Strip are a carnivores dream. Hearty salads, a plethora of attention-grabbing sides like the Frickle and plenty of yummy desserts complete the menu at Rare. This restaurant is located in the Hilton New York Fashion District and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
This upbeat, non-traditional steakhouse is known for its huge portions and inviting 1930s atmosphere.
The New York Yankees Steakhouse
As one of the most historic and well-recognized bars in New York City, this celebrated steakhouse offers a selection of fresh seafood and is the only restaurant on the East Coast serving the prime grade of USDA Certified Angus Beef®, the highest quality grade of beef available in the United States. Dinner is served daily from 5pm to 11:30pm and every Monday through Friday from 5:00pm to 6:00pm, patrons gather for cocktails and the filming of live broadcast Fox Business show "Happy Hour".
Established in 1966, Sparks has earned a reputation for serving great steaks accompanied by an extensive wine list. The menu features beef scaloppini, prime sirloin steak, veal and lamb chops and fresh seafood dishes, including lobster and shrimp.
A TriBeCa steakhouse, Dylan Prime specializes in lunch and dinner.
Tri Tip Grill is located in Rockefeller Plaza on the concourse level. The menu offers a variety of mouth watering sandwiches, burgers, steaks and more.
(aged.) is located on the corner of W88th and Broadway. Using only 100% all natural Black Angus USDA certified beef steak is the specialty on this menu. Along with steak, seafood and chicken dishes as well as a brunch menu are offered.
A great addition to the Chelsea dining experience, this little steakhouse features a rustic decor with vintage butch shop photos and taxidermied animals on the walls. All meats on the menu are USDA Prime aged and the wine list has more than 100 bottles to choose from.
Russo's Steak and Pasta Restaurant
Russo's Steak and Pasta Restaurant offers classic American dishes like pasta, steak and fresh seafood entrees. The restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner daily and is conveniently located in the Sheraton Manhattan Hotel.