- $80 for $100 worth of steakhouse cuisine
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Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse
At Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse, it’s not unusual to spot a movie star sipping martinis or a politician savoring their first bite of a juicy porterhouse. And the menu at this classic American steakhouse—which operates in eight cities across America—is just as impressive as the clientele it attracts. At each location, an Executive Chef expertly prepares USDA Prime dry-aged steaks and stacks shellfish bouquets with lobster, oysters, and other marine delicacies flown in fresh daily. Savor classic cocktails or choose from an award-winning wine list, which includes Smith & Wollensky's exclusive Private Reserve Cuvée Meritage or Sauvignon Blanc. And if you want an excuse to linger, each location's resident Pastry Chef whips up mouthwatering specialty desserts, featuring the Gigantic Chocolate Cake and Coconut Layer Cake.
- The Steak. The USDA Prime steaks are dry-aged for up to 28 days and butchered in house by Smith & Wollensky's chefs, which means diners can expect tender and well-marbled cuts.
- The Seafood. The restaurant's fresh seafood is arranged in tiered towers of ice-cold oysters, crabmeat, and littleneck clams or in starters like a colorful column of tuna tartare.
- The Wine. Wine Spectator consistently honors Smith & Wollensky’s sophisticated wine lists with top ratings and their "Award of Excellence."