Steakhouses in Hillsborough

Classic American Dinner at Kincaid's (Up to 40% Off)

Kincaid's

Burlingame

Sirloin smoked over Applewood join bacon-wrapped meatloaf and pan-seared shellfish fettuccine on a menu of regional American cuisine

$50 $30

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$37.95 for a Three-Course Steak or Seafood Dinner at Izzy’s Steaks & Chops

Izzy's Steaks & Chops

San Carlos

Prime rib, steak diane, or salmon paired with choice of side, soup or salad, and dessert at Zagat-rated steak house

$37.95

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Three-Course Prix Fixe Steakhouse Dinner at Izzy’s Steaks & Chops in Marina

Izzy's Steaks & Chops

Marina

Prix fixe steakhouse dinner with salad or soup, fresh fish or thick steak, two sides, and a decadent dessert

$36.95

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Steak and Seafood Dinner at Horatio's (Up to 40% Off)

Horatio's

San Leandro

Waterfront restaurant serves rock salt-roasted prime rib, mushroom and short rib ravioli, and pan-seared wild salmon amidst nautical decor

$50 $30

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Steak and Seafood Dinner at Kincaid's (Up to 40% Off)

Kincaid's

Waterfront

Restaurant serves up classic American dishes such as slow-roasted prime rib, seafood etouffee, and rigatoni bolognese

$50 $30

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Rodizion Lunch or Dinner for Two at Pikanha's Brazilian Steak House (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

Pikanha's Brazilian Steak House

Point Richmond

All-you-can-eat servings of beef picanha, leg of lamb, roasted pork, and other slow-cooked meats presented in traditional rodizio style

$39.98 $22

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Grill-It-Yourself Steak Dinner for Two or Breakfast or Lunch at Grill 'Em Steakhouse and Bar (Up to 40% Off)

Grill 'Em Steakhouse and Bar

Campbell

Cook your own tender new york strip steaks to perfection on a 6'x2.5' communal grill; breakfast options include omelets and steak and eggs

$34 $25

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The epicurean alchemists at Medallion Steakhouse start with organic produce, and grass- and corn-fed beef and chicken raised on local farms and transform them into fine, innovative dishes. Specialists tend the raw oyster bar, where guests sidle up to string necklaces of pearls from varieties such as Fanny Bay, Marin Miyagi, and Kumamoto oysters. With their appetites roused, diners then settle down into oversize booths padded with plush pillows to dig into farm-fresh entrees. Smells of sizzling 14-ounce grass-fed steaks and roasted chicken breasts from Petaluma Farms swirl through the air between the restaurant’s exposed-brick wall hung with red-and-white-framed mirrors. A wall of white birch tree trunks and soft sounds of a waterfall's trickle keep diners comforted as they linger for a forkful of hazelnut dark-chocolate mousse and sips of spirits such as a 20-year-old tawny port and Godiva white-chocolate liqueur.

1095 Rollins Rd
Burlingame,
CA
US

While creating their refined dining experience, the chefs at Kincaid's prove that the U.S. is wide and its dishes are deeply complex. Starting in the plain states, the menu tempts forks with grilled sirloin steaks smoked over Applewood and served alongside beefsteak tomatoes. The kitchen then heads east for New England?style clam chowder, then turns south until it hits on a Cajun-style ?touff?e with prawns, mussels, clams, scallops, andouille sausage, and cheese grits. And the chefs aren't afraid to tweak recipes, either?in order to elevate their down-home-style meatloaf they wrap it in bacon and serve it with a tangy brandy-mustard sauce. International and fusion flavors also crop up on the menu, with dishes such as the smoked beef carpaccio and an Asian-inspired slaw.

60 Bay View Pl.
Burlingame,
CA
US

Eat an endless parade of succulent meats, salads, sides, and hot dishes at Espetus Churrascaria. With today's Groupon, $20 gets you $40 toward a prix fixe rodizio-style dinner (can't be used toward drinks or dessert) that ensures hunger's defeat at the hands of knife-wielding, meat-serving gauchos. The rodizio dinner costs $49.95, so you'll still need another $9.95 in addition to your $40 Groupon, but that's still 40% off some of the best meats in town.

710 S B St
San Mateo,
CA
US

Hungry Hunter embellishes plates with congenial cuts of meat and more while enticing diners with its lounge-like atmosphere. The lunch menu encourages patrons to ignite a lazy appetite with the mini slider appetizer, a single shot of bite-sized burger or barbecue pulled pork ($3) or troubleshoot a bland blind date with an appetizer sampler that balances spicy prawns, potato skins, and calamari ($11). The hearty, slow-roasted signature prime rib is massaged with Hungry Hunter's house seasoning blend ($16.50 for an 8 oz.), and the vegetable pasta—with asparagus, english peas, roasted onions, and a chunky tomato sauce—is draped in a dusting of pecorino cheese ($11.50).

180 S Airport Blvd
South San Francisco,
CA
US

The Van's has earned the admiration of diners and drinkers since 1947, though its historic teahouse structure dates even farther back?to 1915 when constructed to house a portion of the Japanese Exhibition at the Panama Pacific International Exposition. The restaurant's dining rooms offer panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, complemented by rich, ethnic-inspired eats and select wines. The restaurant's bar area boasts the original wallpaper from 1915, as well as historic photographs showing the Peninsula.

815 Belmont Avenue
Belmont,
CA
US

Since 1987, the folks at Izzy?s Steaks & Chops have been grilling up the steaks and chops that they see as an integral part of Americana, along with freshly caught local seafood that?s never frozen. All of their corn-fed Black Angus beef is humanely raised at Creekstone Farms, which is dedicated to beef free of hormones and antibiotics. The chefs transform those premium meats into their signature new york sirloin steaks, aged a minimum of 21 days, as well as cuts of slow-roasted prime rib and filet mignon medallions au poivre with pepper cream sauce. Double-cut pork gets a boost from spiced pear, and a lime-chive sauce adds tang to peppered swordfish. Each meal comes with a choice of two sides, such as creamed spinach, the chefs? signature potatoes au gratin, and french fries cut in the kitchen.

House desserts such as new york cheesecake and key-lime pie conclude meals or quiet whining choruses of sweet teeth. Wine, cocktails, and draft beers encourage diners to linger in the cozy space, and during brunch?served only at the San Francisco location?the bartenders mix up cocktails such as peach bellinis or gaelic coffee with irish whiskey.

525 Skyway Rd.
San Carlos,
CA
US