Steakhouses in Oakland


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

Izzy's Steaks & Chops

Izzy's Steaks & Chops

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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$15 for $30 Worth of American Cuisine at Park Chalet Garden Restaurant

Park Chalet Garden Restaurant

Beach Chalet Brewery and Restaurant

Surrounded by the greenery of Golden Gate Park, diners enjoy refined comfort cuisine amid views that the San Francisco Chronicle praised

$30 $15

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

Pikanha's Brazilian Steak House

Pikanha's Brazilian Steak House

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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American Cuisine for Lunch, Happy Hour, or Dinner at Broadway Grill (Up to 48% Off)

Broadway Grill

Broadway Business District

Restaurant serves classic American dishes, such as aged steaks, hearty burgers, and glazed meatloaf

$30 $19

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

Kincaid's

Kincaid's - Burlingame - RUI

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

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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$29 for $40 Worth of Upscale Grill Fare at Portobello Grill

Portobello Grill

Portobello Grill

Myriad grilled specialities include smoked chimichurri burgers, bacon-wrapped filet mignon, and blackened mahi mahi

$40 $29

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$24 for $40 Worth of Hibachi-Style Food and Drinks at Kobe Steak & Seafood

Kobe Steak & Seafood

Kobe Steak & Seafood

Chefs dish out hibachi-style dinners with proteins such as chicken, salmon, new york steak, scallops, filet mignon, and shrimp

$40 $24

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$50 Toward Dinner and Drinks at Bold Knight Steakhouse (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Bold Knight Steakhouse

Bold Knight Steakhouse

Cuts of USDA Prime beef are aged for 28 days, cooked-to-order, and served in a cozy dining room with a fireplace and leather love seats

$50 $29

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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

Grill 'Em

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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Select Local Merchants

  • The Alley
    The Alley is a downhome neighborhood bar that keeps locals coming back again and again--especially for karaoke! The bar is open every day of the week for late-night fun, and the bartenders make everyone feel special. A dark and mysterious ambience helps shield non-professional karaoke yodelers from the adoring stare of patrons. Hungry guests will find a selection of delicious bar foods, such as fried chicken, burgers and fries. One unique aspect of The Alley is its business card décor; over the years, patrons have left business cards in and around the bar, and now the walls, counters and more can be found to be “wallpapered” with business cards. It certainly offers good reading material while waiting for dinner and drinks. This is one alley you'd love to take a turn down!
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    3325 Grand Ave
    Oakland, CA US
  • Hana Japan Steak & Seafood
    Teppanyaki chefs twirl their knives and ignite towers of flame while cooking meals tableside inside Hana Japan Steak & Seafood. They slice new york steaks, chicken, and salmon and toss scallops onto the grill alongside chopped veggies and mounds of rice, all without ruffling their tomato-red toques. Each hibachi dinner comes with a shrimp appetizer, a bowl of soup, and a salad with organic Hana dressing imported from Japan.
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    235 University Ave.
    Berkeley, CA US
  • Espetus Churrascaria
    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.
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    1686 Market St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • 5A5 Steak Lounge
    5A5 Steak Lounge: A User's Guide A5 Wagyu Steak | Japanese-Influenced Small Plates | Expansive Wine List | Retro-Futuristic Decor A Taste To start: truffle fries with truffle oil and sriracha aioli The steak: 8-ounce A5 wagyu filet with truffle risotto and demi-glace The side: creamy spinach with bacon, onion, and feta The Vibe: Semicircular, cream-colored banquettes sprawl out beneath a ceiling dome with colored recessed lighting, simultaneously evoking a lounge from both 1970 and 2070. Away from the lounge, the bar tempts guests to tell stories or laugh maniacally in front of flames flickering on a projection screen. When to Go: Swing by for 5A5's happy hour (weekdays from 5–7 p.m.), which Travel + Leisure magazine named as one of America's best for its rotating selection of $2 bites and its cocktail of choice: the French A5, which mixes Ketel One with St. Germain elderflower liqueur and grapefruit juice. Vocab A5: the highest grade of wagyu beef. The ranking is based on its marbling, color, texture, and firmness. Marbling: the flecks and strips of fat in beef. Inside Tip: For the wagyu experience without the steep price, order one of the restaurant's wagyu small bites, such as the tartare with asian pear and quail yolk or the sliders with bacon jam. While You're in the Neighborhood Before: Gawk at 19th- and 20th-century European and American paintings at Montgomery Gallery (406 Jackson Street). After: Catch a new play or some sketch comedy at The Eureka Theatre (215 Jackson Street).
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    244 Jackson Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Harris’ The San Francisco Steakhouse
    Harris’ The San Francisco Steakhouse: A User’s Guide Live Jazz | Dry-Aged Steaks| In-House Butcher | Fine Dining | Dinner Only | 29-Page Wine List Sample Menu Cocktail: Eagle Rare Manhattan, made from 10-year-aged bourbon, available exclusively to Harris’, served with Vya sweet vermouth and a dash of Peychaud’s bitters Appetizer: sweetbreads sautéed with wild mushrooms and cream Entree: Steak Diane, a grilled paillard of filet mignon finished with a cognac demi-glace and shallots Dessert: Baked Alaska The Steak: Most of Harris’ steaks are culled from Kansas and Nebraska Angus herds, though traditional Japanese Kobe beef can also be found on the menu. Where to Sit: The main dining room features high ceilings, horseshoe booths upholstered in tufted leather, mahogany paneling, and brass fixtures. Inside Tips Limited street parking is available on Van Ness and Pacific Avenues, but valet is available for smooth entrances and exits. Harris’ does not require a jacket and tie in its main dining room, but be sure not to commit any fashion faux pas, such as shorts, sandals, or sports casual dress. Vocab Lesson Angus: cattle breed originating in Scotland, favored for its finely marbled meat that creates a more tender, juicy, and flavorful steak. Paillard: a piece of beef or veal that is pounded thin and then grilled. Sweetbreads: mellow-tasting, smooth-textured morsels taken from a lamb or calf’s thymus gland or pancreas.
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    2100 Van Ness Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • John's Grill
    The Three Faces of John’s Grill Upscale Steaks and Seafood John’s Grill has spent the last century honing a menu of classic Italian-American seafood, steak, and pasta recipes. The Jack LaLanne salad is a popular starter, featuring crab, shrimp, avocado, tomatoes, and mushrooms tossed in a blue-cheese vinaigrette. The signature dish—Sam Spade’s lamb chops—pays homage to a character in The Maltese Falcon, published in 1929 by novelist Dashiell Hammett, a former regular at John’s. Hammett wrote the restaurant into the detective novel, having his gumshoe order the chops with baked potato and sliced tomatoes—a combination that now lives on on John’s menu. Celebrity Clientele John’s Grill’s clientele list reads alternately like a Who’s Who of Hollywood legends—Shirley Temple, Marlon Brando, Johnny Depp—and a roll call at a G20 meeting, with names like Hillary Clinton, President Stephanopoulos of Greece, and President Zedillo of Mexico. Plenty of other big names have stopped by John’s as well, including Bill Gates, Andy Warhol, and Gore Vidal. Mysterious Disappearing Falcon In tribute to Dashiell Hammett’s novel, John’s Grill secured a replica of the the maltese falcon featured in the book’s 1941 film adaptation. The statue sat proudly on the restaurant’s second floor until 2007, when it was stolen. When a $25,000 reward failed to crack the case, the restaurant owner decided to use that money to commission a new falcon. At 150 pounds, the new bird is three times heavier than its predecessor and is bolted down to discourage thieves.
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    63 Ellis St
    San Francisco, CA US

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