Steakhouse in New York

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

DeStefano's Steakhouse

DeStefano's Steakhouse

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

$90 $49.50

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New American Cuisine for Two or Four at Charlie's Bar & Kitchen (Up to 45% Off)

Charlie's Bar & Kitchen

Mott Haven

Gourmet pub cuisine offerings in the form of East Coast oysters, smoked game hen, and fish ‘n’ chips served amid live jazz music

$50 $35

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Dinner for Two or Four at Boss – Buffalo's Original Steak & Seafood(Up to 40% Off)

Boss – Buffalo's Original Steak & Seafood

Buffalo

The friendly waitstaff takes extra care of diners at this upscale steakhouse where seafood and aged beef get equal billing

$75 $45

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$99 for a Three-Course Meal for Two with Drinks at David Burke at Bloomingdale's (Up to $211 Value)

David Burke at Bloomingdale's

Bloomingdale's

Order appetizers and wine before enjoying entrees; coffee and dessert end the meal at renowned chef David Burke's restaurant

$211 $99

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Contemporary American Cuisine for Dinner at McGuire's (Up to 42% Off)

McGuire's

Center Square

Prosciutto-wrapped shrimp or a cheese plate with truffle honey precedes lobster risotto, a veal chop, or vodka pasta with free-range chicken

$50 $29

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$10 for 20% Off Your Total Bill at Benjamin Steakhouse

Benjamin Steakhouse

Fairview

Steak house’s co-owner and chef visits meat markets to select steaks, which are dry aged in-house for 28 days or more

$10 $10

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Churrascaria Meals for Two or Four at Copacabana Steakhouse (Up to 45% Off)

Copacabana Churrascaria

Port Chester

Staff shave off portions of flank steak, barbecue chicken, and Brazilian sausage at your command, pairing meat with dishes on the salad bar

$77.90 $45

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

S Prime Steakhouse

Astoria

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

$100 $50

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Steak and Seafood at Boston Hotel (Up to 46% Off). Three Options Available.

Boston Hotel

Boston Hotel

Traditional steakhouse eats include prime rib, surf ‘n’ turf, fresh clams, dainties, and Friday fish-frys

$25 $14

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Steakhouse Dinner for Two or Four at Scotch 'n Sirloin (Up to 47% Off)

Scotch 'n Sirloin

Amherst

Rustic, cabin-style restaurant serves top sirloin, slow-roasted prime rib, and fresh seafood

$30 $17

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Greek Dinner for Two or Four at Old Stove Pub (Up to 53% Off)

Old Stove Pub

Bridgehampton

Pair glasses of wine with hearty steaks or traditional Greek entrees

$136 $65

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

Macelleria

Meatpacking District

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

$25 $15

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Modern Steakhouse Fare at 212 Steakhouse (Up to 59% Off). Two Options Available.

212 Steakhouse

Midtown East

Orders arrive plated with an exquisite eye for detail an color, which is just a prelude of the robust flavors to come

$60 $27

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Eric Perlmutter and Eddie Bergman may share the same first initial—this commonality gave rise to the name E&E Grill House—but that’s where the obvious similarities end. Perlmutter, an avid meat eater, is responsible for E&E’s delectable slabs of steak, brisket, and pork. Bergman, a vegetarian, counters the meaty offerings by focusing on tofu, fresh vegetables, and seasonal ingredients. Together, they’ve created a welcoming atmosphere where diners, regardless of their dietary preferences, can indulge in food made by spirited proponents of their respective styles. E&E Grill House’s menu dances gracefully between both owners’ culinary passions. Perlmutter’s signature can be found in dishes such as the dry-aged-brisket benedict, whose smoked béarnaise sauce elevates it from a backyard staple to a bona fide delicacy. Similar flourishes are apparent in all the grill-house standards, from the filet mignon with blue cheese brûlée to the 48-hour pork-belly sliders served on housemade brioche buns. Bergman adds a fresh, garden bounce to the menu. His influences are most evident in the smoked-and-grilled tofu, which highlights the menu thanks to sautéed spinach and yuzu-ginger sauce. Though E&E’s dinner selections may underscore opposing sides of the culinary divide, its dessert menu beckons both to meet in the middle, perhaps to butterfly kiss over slices of key-lime pie with toasted meringue on flaky graham-cracker crust.

233 W 49th St
New York,
NY
US

Beyond Madiba Restaurant's metal-plated storefront, South African music dances through the air, and hanging masks beam down on an eclectic assortment of chairs and tables. Designed by South African native Mark Henegan and his wife Jenny, the dining room evokes the lively, communal ambiance of a South African shebeen—an informal dining hall where locals gather to eat, drink, and socialize. A chandelier of vintage coke bottles illuminates the mismatched assortment of tabletops, plates, mason jars of water, and bottles of house wine.

In the kitchen, Henegan and his kitchen staff whip up authentic platters assembled with imported and local ingredients that garnered praise from Time Out New York and Gourmet magazine. As slow-cooked oxtail stew simmers in a cast-iron pot, cooks baste meats in the apricot, red wine, tomato, and raisin medley that makes up their signature sauce. Chefs whip up a range of seafood entrees and curries, using fish imported directly from South Africa after granting sets of wishes to three local fishermen.

The restaurant hosts a variety of live events throughout the week, from local South African bands to DJ dance parties. Madiba divvies up a percentage of its profits to benefit several community-outreach programs, aiding people locally and internationally with funds for education, urban farming and renewal, and equal rights.

195 Dekalb Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
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

Proprietor Nick Kotrides’s open-kitchen concept offers Empire Grill patrons a low-flying bird’s-eye view of chefs plating hand-cut 12-ounce steaks and Cajun shrimp alfredo. Modern light fixtures and floor-to-ceiling windows keep the two-story diner bright and welcoming, and semicircle booths surround a stocked bar. Flat-screen high-definition televisions and free WiFi let patrons tweet their most up-to-date thoughts on big games and sated stomachs inhibiting their ability to digest the importance of big games.

1435 Hertel Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US

When Rizzi's Restaurant head honchos Rick and Steve envisioned the eatery, they hoped to draft a casual atmosphere that fostered both family camaraderie and singular romance. Today, the dining room houses relaxed dinner dates and congenial social events ranging from engagement celebrations to Halloween parties. Chefs season every affair with traditional Italian and continental victuals. Dishes such as tenderloin asiago or chicken marsala receive reinforcement from a staid wine selection, with bottles hailing from the lush vineyards of Italy and the carmine grapes of Mars.

411 Merchants Rd
Rochester,
NY
US

Wielding knives and sword-like skewers, the servers at Texas de Brazil seem prepared for impromptu duels. However, they only brandish the blades to replenish dinner plates, slicing meat from their spears at the behest of each table. The cuts of steak, lamb, and brazilian sausage are all slow roasted over an open flame in traditional churrascaria fashion—a technique that stems from the campfire meals of Brazilian gauchos, and one that fed the family behind Texas de Brazil during their life in Porto Alegre. In an effort to bring the South American style to the States, they established their first restaurant in Texas, thereby merging down-home charm with Brazilian spice.

Today, Texas de Brazil has expanded to several award-winning locations across the country. Despite the lofty ceilings and chandeliers that characterize their venues, the staff remains rooted in ranchers' habits. They conscientiously grill and season their meat, bake brazilian cheese bread in-house, and pass classic cocktails and loaner saddles over the bar for cowboys who consider chairs unnatural. To complement savory bites, guests can browse more than 50 gourmet sides at the salad bar—a compendium of soups, vegetables, and appetizers such as imported cheeses. They can also ask the resident wine specialist for recommendations on suitable pairings from the cellar.

70 Market St
Yonkers,
NY
US