Boi Na Brasa means business when it comes to customer service! Some people say that their delivery is the fastest in the state, and best of all? It's completely free! Experience fine dining at the hands of true professionals who know every detail counts. The salad bar offers a wide variety of fresh, local veggies that you can arrange as you please, and the appetizers come out of the kitchen fresh and piping hot. Everything is served with a smile by the friendly waitstaff, so you're sure to have a pleasant experience. Meat lovers will hail the popular Chicken Hearts, the Turkey Wrapped in Bacon and the Garlic Steak – each cooked to perfection into a mouth-watering blend of flavors and aromas. Share them with friends over a nice cool pitcher of Sangria and an order of authentic Brazilian Cheese Bread.
Built in a former bank, Fernandez Steakhouse welcomes you in with a giant vault in the foyer! This fun and charming spot offers a variety of both decor and dishes that you surely won’t forget. This Hispanic and South American themed restaurant serves a multitude of delicious possibilities. Start out with sautéed prawns in brandy sauce, Basque thin sausage with mushrooms and shrimp, or one of their many salad options. For your entree, choose from not only steaks, but also seafood and pastas. Taste their creative grilled Chilean sea bass with lemon butter sauce, pineapple, and banana. And, of course, be sure to try one of their signature steaks like bacon wrapped filet mignon, grilled shell steak, or barbecued short ribs.
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.
The Brook Tavern doesn't need a tractor beam to incite diners into its cozy, wooden interior. Passersby need to simply smell the juicy steaks and burgers to stop whatever they were doing and indulge in a hearty meal. Once inside, a selection of starters makes an introduction to more food to come, with helpings of buffalo wings, macaroni and cheese, and Hotsy Totsy shrimp with a spicy tomato sauce. From there you can move onto thin-crust pizza with toppings like pear and gorgonzola, or go all in with The Big rib eye, an 18-ounce steak. If you want something a little different, try one of the many other entrees such as the pan-seared salmon or blue cheese burger paired with 1 of 20 beers on tap including Stella Artois, Brooklyn Blast, and Redd's apple ale. All of this can be enjoyed while watching the big fight on TV, celebrating a birthday in the private party room, or competing in a beef-skewer-eating contest, sans the beef.
Located in the heart of Jersey City, Edward’s Steakhouse serves delicious food to its customers in a festive, upscale environment. The steak house is owned by a former stock trader named Dan de la Vega. The menu includes many top quality cuts such as the 42 ounce porterhouse for two. This delicious favorite is served with all the fixings. The menu is extensive and offers a little something for every palate. Start your meal with the raw oysters and a glass of Prosecco. The Sunday night special includes a 3 course dinner for two that includes an appetizer, entrée, side dishes, desserts and drinks. Count on this being an unforgettable meal. Edward’s offers some other house favorites like filet mignon, pork, chicken and a few vegetarian choices. Edward’s serves fresh seafood daily. On certain nights of the week, you’ll enjoy live entertainment by jazz soloist, Danny Bacher.
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.