Steakhouses in Fort Lee

All-You-Can-Eat Rodizio Dinner for Two or Brazilian Prix Fixe Dinner for Two at Brazil Grill (Up to 52% Off)

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

Upscale Steakhouse Cuisine at S Prime Steakhouse (Up to 50% Off)

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

Breakfast for Two or Four at Macelleria (Up to 40% Off)

Macelleria

Meatpacking District

$25 $15

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

Three-Course Dinner for Two or Four at Talia's Steakhouse (Up to 56% Off)

Talia's Steakhouse

Upper West Side

$131 $65

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

Sports Bar Food at The Brook Tavern (Up to 52% Off)

The Brook Tavern

Nutley

$25 $12

Eatery serves thin-crust pizza, braised short ribs, penne vodka, philly cheesesteak sandwiches, half-pound burgers, and dessert

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

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

$70 for $100 Worth of Steak and Seafood at Parlor Steakhouse. Groupon Reservation Required.

Parlor Steakhouse

Upper East Side

$100 $70

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No need to leave the Upper East Side to find Midtown-worthy steak—_New York Magazine_ says this beef's even worth a trip up to 90th

Four-Course Steak-House Dinner for Two or Four with Wine at Statler Grill (Up to 59% Off)

Statler Grill

Midtown

$213 $89

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Chefs sear marbled new york prime sirloin and dice fresh sashimi-grade tuna to satisfy appetites amid white tablecloths and chandeliers

Steakhouse Fare and Drinks at DeStefano's Steakhouse (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

DeStefano's Steakhouse

DeStefano's Steakhouse

$90 $49.50

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Filet mignon and 16-ounce New York strip served alongside house-style chicken cordon bleu and native lobster ravioli

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Recently renovated, Assembly Steahouse's?well-reviewed on NorthJesery.com?interior still retains the classic steakhouse look, with burgundy carpet and wood tables, and the menu still offers a good balance of surf and turf. The restaurant's old standbys such as miso-glazed beef and shrimp kabobs, grilled orange-ginger salmon, and prime new york strip steak are all the more flavorful. To pair with menu selections, the bar shakes up 15 specialty martinis, such as the Basic Naked?just gin and olives?or the Bikinitini, made with Malibu rum and pineapple juice and garnished with a bandeau top.

495 Sylvan Ave
Englewood Cliffs,
NJ
US

During New York's golden age, when big-band music filled the streets and Tommy Dorsey and Count Basie reigned supreme in regal zoot suits, Ellsworth Statler held court at the Hotel Pennsylvania. Known as much for its delicious food as it was for its swanky shows, the hotel became the standard of swingin' cool by which all others were measured. Today, the same spirit that propelled Ellsworth Statler to greatness inhabits his namesake: the Statler Grill. Using classic midcentury charm and more than four decades of experience in the restaurant business, the owners of Statler Grill reanimate the New York of decades past, time-warping diners as they sit at tables cloaked in white linens amid muted lighting. Artwork festoons the walls, adding warm hues and a jubilant air while frosted glass and earth-toned walls segment the dining room for more romantic dining and more covert fantasy baseball meetings. An adjoining bar serves up a similar sophistication, with a menu of light fare appropriate for an after-work snack, or after a game, being located across the street from Madison Square Garden.

For dinner, the kitchen lines classic new york prime sirloins and porterhouses with the marks of the char grill. Seafood arrives fresh daily to offer the best flavors of the deep blue, including Prince Edward Island mussels, Long Island clams, and fried calamari. The chefs' traditional and inventive American fare complements every meal of the day, from eggs benedict for brunch to filet mignon for supper and Maryland crab cakes for late night sleep eating. All of this fancy fare doesn't get in the way of friendly service, though; the restaurant's friendly waitstaff and knowledgable bartenders earned glowing praise from the foodies at Midtown Lunch.

136 W 33rd St
New York,
NY
US

Just as the surrounding Theater District transports audiences to faraway places, Brazil Grill's dining room immerses guests in the rich culinary traditions of Brazil. Though it boasts a substantial selection of entrees, the eatery's specialty is radizio, a traditional Brazilian dining style where passadores, or meat servers, present diners with an endless rotation of skewered morsels. Patrons can nosh to their hearts' content on beef, pork, lamb, duck, and the other meats that continually appear tableside during the course of the night. To complement the authentic dishes, servers can also recommend options from the restaurant's selection of wines culled from Chile, Italy, and New Zealand. Most nights, guests eat as they absorb the sounds of live Brazilian music, the play-by-play of Brazilian League soccer matches, or napkins practicing their Portuguese accents.

787 8th Ave
New York,
NY
US

At City Lobster and Steak, north-Atlantic lobsters from a dramatically lit tank join a menu of fresh seafood from around the country. Maryland lump crab cakes mingle with Alaskan king-crab legs, and a section of the restaurant's 45-foot bar boasts a display of raw oysters harvested from both coasts. Asian flavors influence many other menu items, such as appetizers of spring rolls and dumplings or entrees glazed with soy ginger and teriyaki port-wine sauces. When they're not moonlighting as marinades, wines pour from an extensive selection of bottles that garnered one of Wine Spectator's Awards of Excellence in 2012.

121 W 49th St
New York,
NY
US

Though the menu boasts the usual T-bone cuts, new york strip steaks, and lamb chops, Prime & Beyond is not your typical American steakhouse. The tangy smell of kimchi weaves through the dining space, and wagyu beef dishes take the form of hot dogs and sausages, completing the fusion of Asian and North American flavors that Korean-American brothers Kyu and Kevin Lee envisioned when they created the eatery. Known as “Q the butcher,” Kyu takes great pride in his meats, aging them carefully to bring out their full flavor; his wet-aged steaks sit for at least 20 days as 8-ounce filet mignon and 14-ounce ribeye cuts, and his dry-aged meats rest for a minimum of 50 days within the restaurant’s refrigeration unit atop a memory-foam mattress before being shaken awake and cooked.

90 E 10th St
New York,
NY
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