Steakhouses in 19th Ward

Up to 50% Off Steak and Seafood at Boston Hotel

Boston Hotel

Boston Hotel

$25 $14

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

Up to 40% Off at Boss – Buffalo's Original Steak & Seafood

Boss – Buffalo's Original Steak & Seafood

Buffalo

$75 $45

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

E. B. Green's Steakhouse – $35 Off

E. B. Green's Steakhouse

Central Business District

$100 $65

King- and queen-size prime rib, fresh seafood such as tuna steak and lobster thermidor, free-range chicken, and new desserts created daily

50% Off at Outback Steakhouse

Outback Steakhouse

Niagara Falls

C$30 C$15

Aussie-inspired steakhouse chain serves fried onions, grilled shrimp, and combination plates with juicy steak and lobster

Outback Steakhouse — 50% Off Food

Outback Steakhouse - Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

C$20 C$10

Signature steaks with spices; pastas with creamy sauces and grilled shrimp; pork chops, baby back ribs, and grilled chicken entrees

Up to 51% Off Steakhouse Dinner at The Flour Mill Restaurant

The Flour Mill Restaurant

Old Stone Inn Boutique Hotel

C$182 C$89.99

Take in the rustic elegance of a 1904 bistro while tucking into steak, roasted eggplant with ricotta artichoke, and paella seafood risotto

51% Off Prix Fixe Dinner at Day & Night Firewood Steakhouse

Day & Night Firewood Steakhouse

Milliken

C$140 C$69

5-course meal includes soup, salad, house-made dessert, appetizers such as US white shrimp, & entree options that include N.Z. rack of lamb

Wildfire Steakhouse & Wine Bar Cosmopolitan – Up to 53% Off

Wildfire Steakhouse & Wine Bar Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan Hotel

C$158 C$79

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Four courses take diners through a cavalcade of escargot, New York strip, and creme brulee, among other dishes

Up to 47% Off Three-Course Dinner at Epic Restaurant

Epic Restaurant

Fairmont Royal York

C$186 C$99

Locally sourced ingredients—including honey from the 14th-floor rooftop hives—flavor sustainable and seasonal cuisine

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Cuisine Type: Brazilian-American
Established: 2011
Reservations: Optional
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 5–10
Parking: Free street parking
Most popular offering: Feijoada
Kid-friendly: Yes
Alcohol: None
Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only
Outdoor Seating: No

Samba Cafe's owner Paulo champions the regional dishes of Southeast Brazil. The crown jewel of the menu is the "National Brazilian Dish," Feijoada. Though the stew started its life as a Portuguese import, the Brazilian version took on a life of its own. Samba Cafe's take on the dish incorporates black beans and a trio of meats—pork, beef, and sausage—and tops it off with sautéed garlic collard greens, an orange slice, and farofa. "[Customers] are always surprised by the flavors," he says. In addition to other Brazilian specialties, including the Farofa da Serra—scrambled eggs, bananas, and spices—the restaurant also serves up a handful of American favorites, including wraps, panini, and burritos.

350 State St
Rochester,
NY
US

The first IHOP—the dream of founders Al and Jerry Lapin—opened in 1958 in Toluca Lake, California, and was originally dubbed the International House of Pancakes. Since then, rapid expansion has led to myriad milestones across the company's colorful history, from introducing its modern IHOP acronym in 1973 to its 1,000th restaurant opening in Layton, Utah, in 2001.

Today, the company stands strong with around 1,500 locations across North and Central America, each one an enthusiastic dispenser of pancakes, french toast, and tables constructed entirely out of bacon. Though IHOP is known as a bastion of breakfast, it also stays open during the day and into the evening, delivering lunch and dinner as well.

556 Jefferson Rd
Rochester,
NY
US

Shea's Food~Wine~& Tap is a casual restaurant where convention and innovation twist together in an afforadble dining experience.

330 East Ave
Rochester,
NY
US

Start off your flavor excursion into the Sunrise menu with a traditional appetizer such as the age tofu, fried and served with ginger sauce ($3.99), or the negimaki beef rolled with fresh scallions ($5.99). For the main event, showcase your stomach's love of other cultures with an Angry Dragon specialty roll (shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, and sliced papaya topped with specialty king-crab salad, $13.99) or a hibachi-grilled order of sukiyaki steak, served with a house soup, a side salad, mixed vegetables, and fried rice ($16). Janus-faced eaters who hate making tough decisions and love harmonious pairings can try a hibachi combo such as the filet and lobster ($28), or declare themselves Lords of Appetite with an Emperor's Dinner, such as the steak, chicken, and shrimp ($28).

945 Jefferson Rd
Rochester,
NY
US

Eat Like a Brazilian Cowboy

The history of Espada Brazilian Steak's churrascaria cuisine stretches back centuries, to the gauchos of southern Brazil. After a long day of saying "Get along, little doggies" in Portuguese, these cattle-herding cowboys would skewer choice cuts of beef and roast them over an open fire. Here, diners experience a luxurious version of the gauchos' rugged cooking style, relaxing with caipirinhas and other drinks as chefs present them with the succulent grilled meats.

Know Your Cut

First-timers may not recognize certain churrascaria meats. Here's a quick rundown:

  • Linguiça sausage: This mild, flavorful sausage is the result of a recipe made exclusively for Espada. It's best served right off the grill, or added to the restaurant's traditional black bean stew to make a dish called feijoada.
  • Picanha: This top sirloin steak is the restaurant's signature cut. It's specially trimmed to create a lean steak with a thin cap of fat for flavor.
  • Fraldinha: Although fraldinha is carved from the bottom tip of the sirloin, it shouldn't be confused with flank or skirt steak. The main difference is its supreme tenderness.

A Fusion of Old and New

A churrascaria menu isn't the only thing that ties Espada Brazilian Steak to Brazil; guests literally touch a piece of South America while sitting in chairs made with wood reclaimed from an old Brazilian ship. But while much of the decor at Espada Brazilian Steak is traditional, the restaurant's deeper infrastructure couldn't be more modern: it runs entirely on renewable solar, wind, and hydro energy.

274 N Goodman St.
Rochester,
NY
US

The dining possibilities are practically limitless at Ridgeview Family Restaurant, thanks to its huge menu of American diner classics. Stop in for breakfast and you'll be greeted with eggs cooked a few different ways—fried into omelets, scrambled next to steak, and poached into eggs benedict. The choices continue throughout the day with dozens of sandwich offerings at lunch and hefty seafood, steak, and Greek-inspired dinners. To top it all off, Ridgeview Family Restaurant keeps its display cases full of sweet cakes and pies. The restaurant offers New York State Lottery games as well.

889 E Ridge Rd
Rochester,
NY
US