Without steakhouses, man's carnivorous nature would be reduced to expressing itself with love bites and beet vampirism. Keep canines out of beetflesh with today's deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of steaky fare at Lucas Steakhouse, a dry-aged, USDA Prime steak purveyor in Astoria.
When Lucas' meateor of a menu cruises into the night sky, diners take up jumbo lump crab cake ($16) binoculars or tuna tartar ($16) telescopes to better greet the meat. Saddle your tongue with a juicy, au poivre covered hangar steak ($24), or try a 9-ounce petite filet mignon with the house steak sauce ($31). For an avian option, hunt an oven-roasted Cornish game hen, served whole with roasted vegetables ($19). International wines, such as a glass of Italian pinot grigio from Veneto ($9) or a warming draught of Argentine Malbec ($11), perfect any plate.
Lucas Steakhouse’s dining room has exposed brick walls, dark wood floors, and backlit, modernist wine racks that make drinking wine artistic as well as tasty, like a chocolate-covered easel. The friendly servers and the intimate setting make for the perfect cozy dining experience, but diners must check security blankets at the door.
Lucas Steakhouse is closed on Mondays.
Lucas Steakhouse snags a great review from food blog Culinary Adventures of Fork, Knife & Spoon and positive comments from Zagat reviewers. Yelpers give it an average of four stars, and 87% of Urbanspooners recommend it:
- The steak was amazing. Prime cut, 28 day dry aged, 24 oz., bone-in rib eye. Perfectly grilled. Perfectly seasoned. Tender. Flavorful. – Culinary Adventures of Fork, Knife & Spoon
- What a wonderful experience. The food was beyond my expectations, the service was amazing and the staff was very attentive to our needs. – MariaG5070, Zagat
- I went on Saturday for the first time and thought that it was FABULOUS. Every course was better than the next! – AllisonH9029, Zagat
34-55 32nd St.
Astoria, New York 11106Get Directions