Steakhouses in Clifton

Up to 50% Off Steakhouse Lunch or Dinner at Stone Manor 101

Stone Manor 101

The Stone Manor 101

$50 $30

Begin with Mediterranean-influenced appetizers such as meatballs or bruschetta before moving on to cooked-to-order steaks or seafood entrees

Up to 52% Off at Brazil Grill

Brazil Grill

Midtown West

$116.90 $59

Traditional Brazilian dishes and a buffet with 10 different meats such as pork ribs, skirt steak, and turkey wrapped in bacon sausage

Macelleria – Up to 40% Off Breakfast

Macelleria

Meatpacking District

$25 $15

Italian steakhouse serves breakfasts of freshly baked pastries, tartines with mascarpone and strawberries, and vegetable omelets

Up to 56% Off Kosher Dinner at Talia's Steakhouse

Talia's Steakhouse

Upper West Side

$131 $65

(237)

Glatt kosher kitchen spins decadent versions of pan-seared duck, braised lamb, Moroccan-style salmon fillet, and hummus

Up to 47% Off Classic Steaks and Seafood

Delmonico's Kitchen

Garment District

$150 $85

(89)

Contemporary spinoff of the famous Delmonico's Restaurant serves dishes such as Lobster Newburg, Delmonico's steak, and baked Alaska cones

Up to 54% Off a Show and Snacks at The Comedy Cove At Scotty's

The Comedy Cove At Scotty's

Springfield

$45.95 $22

Comedy club with an outdoor tiki bar hosts weekly shows, including sets from pros featured on Last Comic Standing and The Tonight Show

Up to 50% Off Steakhouse Classics at S Prime Steakhouse

S Prime Steakhouse

Astoria

$100 $50

Executive chef Joel Reiss prepares cuts of sirloin, porterhouse, and filet mignon that are dry-aged on premises in a custom-made meat locker

Up to 43% Off at Ming II

Ming II

Morristown

$35 $20

Shrimp with malah dipping sauce, Asian calamari, chicken with eggplant, duck with lychee and plum sauce, and lamb massaman

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Bloomfield Steak & Seafood House dishes up a dry-aged menu of steak, seafood, and Italian classics. Dinner guests marvel at the building’s 341 years of history before being startled into the present by the wild-eyed stare of angry jumbo shrimp ($12), a spice-flecked starter that careens from the kitchen still glistening from the pan. Having undergone 28 days of in-house dry-aging, steaks, such as the 16-ounce new york strip, fill plate centers, flanked by a garden salad and a choice of garlic mashed potato, baked potato, yellow rice, french fries, or broccoli ($36). Pelagic delights swim amid the menu's steak islands, as well, singing siren songs with such entrees as jumbo shrimp stuffed with jumbo lump crabmeat and butter sauce ($22) and add-on options including broiled 6-ounce lobster tails ($16). Moods can be marinated in soft drinks ($2), house wine ($21/bottle), or a selection of draft beers and spirits.

409 Franklin St
Bloomfield,
NJ
US

Operated by veteran restaurateur Peter Sideris (who has worked at New York's Smith & Wollensky), Hamilton & Ward Steakhouse serves meticulously prepared cuisine with world-class Kobe beef, prime beef that been dry-aged for a minimum of 28 days, and high-quality seafoods. Hamilton & Ward's dinner menu is loaded with several scrumptious cuts, from its signature 48-ounce porterhouse for two ($79) to the 32-ounce Flintstone ($54), a bone-in rib eye that'll stimulate Stone Age–era taste buds and tip over most foot-powered cars. Disguised bears, meanwhile, can hunch into their trench coats and break into a few fresh Maine lobsters (market price) or savor the restaurant's grilled Atlantic salmon ($25). Keep first-date conversations lubricated with any of the 400 wines in Hamilton & Ward's exquisite Mediterranean wine cellar, or guarantee a second with a glamorous glass of Louis XIII Black Pearl cognac, the only liquor to have been elected president of a Micronesian island.

101 Ward St
Paterson,
NJ
US

Executive chef Seth guides a roster of culinary concoctors, gracefully hewing a menu of steakhouse fare from fresh produce and hormone-free beef. The chef-recommended pomegranate-glazed hanger steak includes mashed yams and brussels sprouts ($35), and the turduckin is a covert operation that employs a chicken disguised as a duck, disguised as a turkey to disrupt diabolical hunger schemes ($24). Peruse the entire Etc. Steakhouse menu online and inculcate the brain with delicious options.

1409 Palisade Ave
Teaneck,
NJ
US

There's a low-key vibe to Smith Brothers Steak & Chophouse—its simple wood tables are surrounded by vintage liquor ads and a shiny granite bar that reflects the flat-screen TVs behind it. But the team here takes steak seriously. Each signature cut is made with certified Black Angus beef, including a 16-ounce flat-iron sizzler with mushrooms and their signature 6-ounce filet with caramelized onions. Aside from steak, you can also try the shrimp scampi, chicken francese, or center-cut pork chops. Live musicians play on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as whenever it's not Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday.

51 N Broad St
Ridgewood,
NJ
US

Situated in Manhattan and Forest Hills, the pair of urbane steak houses known as (aged.) pair their modern culinary innovations with a classic look, hanging repurposed European-oak-barrel chandeliers over plates filled with all-American Black Angus beef from Creekstone Farms. Blueprinted by renowned interior designer Lesly Zamor, both environs emanate an aura of elegant rusticity with antique oak bistro seating and a 20-foot repurposed wood rafter spattered with lit candles like a giant redwood's birthday cake. Authentic ales from Trappist monasteries mingle with West Coast craft brews behind the bar, and fresh seafood is imported directly from Atlantis each morning. Three-course prix fixe lunches tempt tongues every Monday–Friday, and chefs meld meals into brunch every Saturday and Sunday.

2398 Broadway
New York,
NY
US

When Bruno Selimaj shuttered his Northern Italian restaurant in 2007, it marked the end of a three-decade run as a hot spot for Midtown's politicians and mobsters. However, with the opening of Club A Steakhouse, Bruno reprises his recipe for dry-aged strips—the very ones enjoyed by Donald, Rudy, and the Gottis—and rebrands the venue as an elegant niche for modern American cuisine.

In addition to searing prime dry-aged rib eyes, chefs braise pinot noir short ribs, roast lemon-thyme chicken, and assemble littleneck clams on the half shell. They diversify flavor profiles with seven sauces (hollandaise, bordelaise, and a house steak sauce, among others) and fill out plates with robust, starch-based sides. Servers dispatch these dishes to linen-topped tables in a crimson dining room that's decorated with black-and-white snapshots of famous patrons. A wine cellar and piano room branch off the main hall, furnishing dimly lit corners and upholstered banquettes in which to sip wine or play spin the bottle.

240 East 58th Street
New York,
NY
US