Steakhouse Dinner on Monday–Thursday or Friday or Saturday at Bobby Van’s Steakhouse (Half Off)

54th Street Location

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In a Nutshell

Famed steakhouse starts dinners with crab cakes and shrimp cocktails before weaving in porterhouses and filet mignon

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; must provide Groupon number at time of reservation. Dine-in only. Valid only at listed location. Valid only for dinner. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Steak is one of the few things that has a knife named after it, besides butter, the Swiss Army, and David Bowie. Have a meal that’s a cut above with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $100 for $200 worth of steakhouse dinner Monday–Thursday
  • $100 for $200 worth of steakhouse dinner Friday or Saturday

The dinner menu includes appetizers such as a crab cake ($19) and tuna tartare ($16.95), as well as a petite filet mignon ($36), lamb chops ($49), and steak gorgonzola ($48).

Bobby Van’s Steakhouse

Culinarily speaking, it’s hard to find anything more classic New York City than a thick, juicy steak. Bobby Van knows that well. He opened his first restaurant in the Hamptons during the summer of ’69, and, though his storyline was nixed from the Bryan Adams hit, the brand eventually found fame as a family of grills and steakhouses now renowned throughout the city and East Coast.

The menu at each eatery opens with a selection of salads and seafood appetizers, which may include delicate crab cakes or chilled lobster cocktails. Entrees may prove to be the hardest course to decide on, with a selection that spans lamb chops, fish, and a steak selection of filets, sirloin, and marbled porterhouses that can feed two, three, or four. Each space also holds a full bar stocked with spirits and wines handpicked by the sommelier.

With five locations in Manhattan, each Bobby Van’s establishment carries with it a bit of the city’s history. The restaurant on 54th Street occupies a handsome, wood-paneled dining room that was formerly a hangout for Sinatra and the Rat Pack.

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