Steakhouses in Brooklyn


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As chronicled on Free Williamsburg, the dry-aged and char-grilled steaks at DeStefano's Steakhouse are cut "as thick as the last Harry Potter book" before they're served atop heated plates. Executive chef Alex Golovin approaches the entire menu with an old-school sensibility that highlights classic cuts alongside houses take on chicken cordon bleu and seafood pasta dishes. These plates pair with a compact list of cordials, brandy, and scotch, as well as nearly 100 international red and white wines. Owner Joey DeStefano is deeply committed to his area's history, courting "more of an old-school neighborhood crowd" than Williamsburg gentrifiers. But wherever you come from, Joey will try his best to make you feel like family. The familial atmosphere comes naturally, due to the fact that the restaurant inhabits the former home of Joey's mother and still houses several of his childhood sleds, each named Rosebud. Outside the brick building, old-fashioned lettering and a neon sign proclaiming "Dee's Corner" welcome guests inside, where family photos line the walls and a fireplace casts its glow on a pressed-tin ceiling.
89 Conselyea St
Brooklyn,
NY
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The grand chambers of New York Steak House are lined with mahogany walls that run its length under hand-stained stamped copper ceilings, giving the space a classy, timeless feel. As fire crackles under the mantle, a musician might skitter fingers across the baby grand piano and diners peruse a menu of traditional steakhouse cuisine. Carnivorous selections include classic cuts of beef along with short ribs braised for six hours. Diners who choose seafood entrees might enjoy a sea bass or scallops with an Asian twist, not because it’s wrapped in bamboo, but because it’s artfully seasoned with sweet soy sauce, teriyaki, or ginger.
2007 Emmons Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
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If you have never had Argentinian food, you are missing out—but if you ever find yourself in Brooklyn, you can change that at Café Argentino on Grand Street. Featuring such dishes as Argentine chorizo, a regional variation of sausage that will fill you up and tickle your taste buds with its unique blend of flavors, and ceviche de camarones, a tangy shrimp dish that makes the perfect appetizer, Café Argentino brings a slice of Argentina right into New York. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, Café Argentino will make you an Argentinian food fan—and will have current Argentine cuisine lovers coming back for more.
499 Grand St
Brooklyn,
NY
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At Moldova Restaurant, diners don?t just run into their Brooklyn neighbors, they make friends with visitors from Moldova, Romania, and other Eastern European countries as well. This is because owner Radu Panfil and his culinary team labor over centuries-old recipes, ensuring only authentic Moldavian ingredients grace the menu. Traditional plates of stuffed chicken breasts topped with cheese, lamb kabobs, and carp fried in cornmeal join house specials such as the mamaliga trapeza?cornmeal encircled by assorted meats, cheese, sour cream, and scrambled eggs. These entrees, as well as desserts, such as stuffed dried plums or crepes with sour cherries and cream, have earned the eatery attention abroad, including in a Romanian piece for Radio Europa Libera. And the food is not the only Moldovan staple of the restaurant. Panfil and crew take great pains to replicate the country?s old-world charm with traditional folk art and paintings, banquet hall-style seating, Slavic-patterned ceilings, and tapestries from the homeland. They also host live music, inspiring patrons to join hands in a joyful circle dance. And to amp up the festiveness during the holidays, they light up the dining room by dangling folk dolls and other appropriate d?cor from the soft wooded beams that cross over the white and gray ceiling.
1827 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US
At El Gaucho Glatt Steakhouse in Brooklyn, you can enjoy a well-seasoned, juicy steak. Low-fat is one factor and amazing taste is another. Come see which wins out at El Gaucho Glatt Steakhouse. Bring the whole family to El Gaucho Glatt Steakhouse, where kiddos are welcomed with open arms. El Gaucho Glatt Steakhouse can provide comfortable seating options for parties of any size. El Gaucho Glatt Steakhouse tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience. Call El Gaucho Glatt Steakhouse for catering if you have a big event coming up. If you're more interested in a cozy night at home, El Gaucho Glatt Steakhouse also offers delivery and take-out options. Drivers should plan to park on the street when dining at El Gaucho Glatt Steakhouse's 18th Ave residence. Prices are a bit on the higher side, so this might be a good pick for a special night out.
4102 18th Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US
For true American comfort food, head to Glatt Ala Carte for a sandwich or side of fries. Low-fat choices are not featured on the menu this place serves the real deal. Wifi here is on the house. Glatt Ala Carte is a fine restaurant for those with large and small parties. No suit, no problem! The dress code at laid-back Glatt Ala Carte is ultra casual. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go. Glatt Ala Carte is known for serving great food, and they are able to serve it at your next event with their excellent catering. Brush up on your parallel parking skills — the restaurant's 18th Ave location offers nearby street parking. You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at Glatt Ala Carte, so plan your budget accordingly. Glatt Ala Carte accepts major credit cards, including Discovery and AMEX.
5123 18th Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US
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