Steakhouses in Bryan

Two-Course Steak-House Dinner for Two or Four at Fernando's Restaurant (Up to 52% Off) 

Fernando's Restaurant

Sugar Land

Dinner with appetizers such as steak empanadas or ceviche and entrees such as sea bass, lamb chops, and carne asada

$81 $39

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Brazilian-Style Rodizio Dinner for Two, Four, or Six at Nelore Churrascaria (Up to 46% Off)

Nelore Churrascaria

Neartown/ Montrose

Up to 15 unique cuts of meat—including leg of lamb and filet mignon—roast over spits as guests share meals beneath wrought-iron chandeliers

$79.90 $45

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$17 for $30 Worth of Continental American Lunch or Dinner Cuisine at Fuad's Restaurant

Fuad's Restaurant

Great Uptown

Chefs pride themselves on creating whatever you want to order, whether that’s fresh fish, lamb, or steak; live piano music Tuesday–Saturday

$30 $17

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Hibachi or Sushi Dinner for Two or Four at Osaka Steakhouse (Up to 51% Off)

Osaka Steakhouse


Hibachi meals of sizzling meats and seafoods or specialty sushi rolls filled with fresh slices of salmon, squid, and other ingredients

$45.40 $23

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All You Can Eat Steak-House Dinner for Two, Four, or Six at Angus Grill Brazilian Churrascaria (48% Off)

Angus Grill Brazilian Churrascaria

Angus Grill Brazilian Steakhouse

Chefs carve unlimited portions of sirloin, filet mignon, and chicken directly from roasting skewers to plates

$79.90 $45

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Upscale Steak, Seafood, and Burgers for Two or Four at Peppers Restaurant (25% Off)

Peppers Restaurant


Housemade sauces & seasonings flavor slabs of hand-carved prime rib, fillets of USDA Choice steak & deep-fried seafood; new Mexican menu

$20 $15

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A native of Taiwan and veteran chef with more than 20 years of experience, Redfish Seafood chef David Chang whips up a culinary cornucopia of fresh seafood dishes that borrow from his experiences working in French, Chinese, and Japanese kitchens. Fresh grouper and bacon-wrapped scallops get a tropical spin thanks to a drizzle of key lime sauce, while parmesan dusted sea bass soaks up the salty notes of a miso reduction. Hot rocks shrimp and stuffed mushrooms provide a poppable prelude to a savory seafood dinner and lobster bisque or gumbo fill the spoons of lads and ladies who lunch. As guests gobble down forkfuls of fresh fish, their eyes take in an ambiance inspired by their own patronage. The second floor of the restaurant showcases a wall mural composed by frequent customer and local artist Ray Shipman, who painted whimsical caricatures of Redfish Seafood regulars. At the second location in Cypress, an aquarium designed and build by chef David himself sets a maritime mood and dazzles diners with its collection of eye-catching fish and their spot-on Don Knotts impersonations.

26036 Highway 290

Redolent with the wafting scent of freshly charred beef and sizzling skewers, Guri Do Sul decorates it charming interior with heaping plates of fresh Brazilian barbecue. More than 16 different types of succulent meat are brought tableside by rugged gauchos, or Brazilian cowboys, who use a giant knife or the sharpened edge of a baked-beans can to slice off juicy hunks of pork, lamb, and beef. The delicately folded picanha top sirloin delights tongue buds with carefully seasoned mouthfuls, as the costela beef ribs relinquish traditional churrasco flavors. To accent the protein feast, servers also adorn table spreads with various sides such as pão de queijo, baked cheesy spheres, or caramelized bananas, a lavish indulgences of butter-sautéed fruit with accents of brown sugar and cinnamon.

1400 Research Forest Dr

Red River Steakhouse looks like it jumped straight off the reels of a Western film: its raw-wood façade opens to a rustic interior with paintings of rolling grasslands, red barns, and horse-drawn carriages. On the tables, cowboy boots serve as vases for bright sunflowers or footwear for men with no name. In the kitchen, chefs bread and cook chicken-fried steak on flat-top grills, season racks of ribs with signature rubs, and on weekends, slow smoke pork ribs and prime ribs. The catering side of the operation offers similar fare, including aged Black Angus rib eyes, sirloin kebabs, and prime rib. With confidence in their cuisine, the caterers offer a 120 percent satisfaction guarantee or money back plus a discount on the next order.

101 W Highway 66

Three-sided tables house massive hot griddles at Koby Japanese Steakhouse, where chefs deftly dance with blades and flames to transform food preparation into a show. During dinner, they dice meats, juggle knives, and drum rhythms against the tabletops. They sculpt fried rice into massive hearts before slicing portions off and delivering them to guests’ waiting plates. For the finale, they prepare different proteins—from chicken to lobster—in signature sauces before they disappear in puffs of steam from their freshly cleaned griddles.

2211 N Fry Rd.

Main Streets are often the most historic parts of town, their storefronts changing over the years as the generations visiting them evolve. And Main Street Grill is no different. Since first opening as a general store in 1877, it has also served as an opera house, a bank, an auto-supply shop, and a TV and radio store.

Traits of these past lives are still visible throughout the restaurant; for example, a private dining room is housed in an old bank vault, and on weekends, musicians here fill the space with soothing music, just as the bankers used to jam by shaking bags of coins.

Main Street's menu is equally nostalgic, though its classic, elegant dishes are updated with contemporary ingredients and Texas flair. Rainbow trout is encrusted with crab and sunflower seeds, the southwestern pork tenderloin is rubbed in chili, and duck breast is smoked over green-tea leaves and then plated in blackberry-wasabi sauce. The wine list integrates reds, whites, and sparkling varietals from around the world, and various digestifs pair perfectly with dessert.

118 E Main St
Round Rock,

Soaring white columns crowned by a pediment beckon guests to the door of Fernando's Restaurant?and once they're there, the aroma of char-grilled steaks, Latin seafood, and chicken simmered in wine sauce brings them over the threshold. At cloth-draped tables set with red linen napkins, diners settle into leather seats topping cherry-toned wood chairs.

Servers bustle through several feet of open space in between tables, carting such dishes as the tender steak Fernando, paired with asparagus and garlic mashed potatoes, and the signature paella: yellow saffron rice with a bounty of clams, mussels, scallops, shrimp, fish, crawfish, squid, chicken, and chorizo. Fernando himself often takes to the kitchen or waits on his guests alongside the servers.

The bar hosts both early and late-night happy hours, and a dance floor with music?sometimes live, sometimes blasted from a passing car outside?gets guests moving.

14135 Southwest Fwy.
Sugar Land,