Steakhouses in Issaquah

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  • Flat Iron Grill
    At Flat Iron Grill, executive chef Jeff Olsen puts an international twist on traditional steak-house staples made with locally sourced organic ingredients. Small doses of chorizo, chimichurri, or chili-spiked truffle sauce lend distinctive Latin and South American flavors to the menu?s grilled steaks, black cod, and clam pappardelle. To accompany the rustically roasted entrees, the bartenders pour tipples from their selection of more than 180 whiskeys, which include rich bourbons, smoky scotches, and locally distilled creations. Echoing the menu?s rustic elegance, the Western-themed dining room surrounds guests in warm-colored walls and metal work from Gagnon Welding. A spotlighted longhorn skull hangs on a terra-cotta red wall alongside local artists' black-and-white photographs of Washington landscapes. Patrons can also dine on an outdoor patio shaded by light-tan umbrellas and clouds lassoed into place by helpful cowboys.
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    317 NW Gilman Blvd.
    Issaquah, WA US
  • Melrose Grill
    Five Things To Know About Melrose Grill Melrose Grill is known for its custom-aged steaks made from corn-fed Midwestern beef, plus other meaty entrées such as locally made Bavarian sausages and candied-pecan-stuffed pork chops. But the eatery is also rich with history. Here are some interesting facts to savor before you visit: Its location dates back to 1901. The space’s original tenant was a wealthy gold prospector who poured his profits into the three-story building, which housed a café, a saloon, and an upstairs hotel. Some of the décor still dates back to those days. This includes the recently restored mirror-backed dark-wood bar. Old photos that tell the building’s long history also line the dining room walls. There are no appetizers on the menu. That doesn’t mean diners will go hungry, however. Though the menu is streamlined, there are plenty of optional side dishes, such as grilled salmon and king crab legs. The dining room seats 84, plus 10 at the bar. Even with all that space, the place fills up fast, so be sure to make a reservation before stopping by. It was named one of Open Table’s Top 100 Steakhouses in America in 2014.
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    819 Houser Way S
    Renton, WA US
  • John Howie Steak
    Chef John Howie has always had the Bellevue dining culture in his blood. According to Seattle magazine, he started bussing tables at a local restaurant at age 15 and hasn't looked back since, building up a culinary empire with four venerated Washington restaurants bearing his creations. At John Howie Steak, Chef Howie works with executive chef Mark Hipkiss, grilling USDA Prime steaks aged up to 42 days, American Wagyu steaks from Snake River Farms in Boise, Idaho, Pure Blood Wagyu beef from Victoria, Australia, and Japanese A5 Wagyu beef from the Kagoshima and Miyazaki Perfectures. The meats sizzle over an open-flame mesquite, charcoal grill, holding onto a mineral-smoke flavor far superior to other restaurants' Twinkie-smoke-flavored steaks. The imported cuts mingle with local organic produce and dairy as well as wild mushrooms and truffles culled from throughout the Pacific Northwest. John Howie Steak's robust wine menu complements the meaty textures and full, smoky flavors with more than 600 selections from California and Washington, as well as far off lands such as Spain, France, and New Zealand.
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    11111 NE 8th St, Ste 125
    Bellevue, WA US
  • Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse
    When night falls over southern Brazil, groups of gauchos gather around flickering fire pits and celebrate the end of another day by slowly grilling meat over the open flames. Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse aims to capture the spirit of these traditional meals by hosting all-you-can-eat churrasco feasts that Zagat scored as "very good to excellent." The chefs roast up more than a dozen cuts of meat, including filet mignon, bacon-wrapped chicken, lamb chops, and pork sausages. Servers dressed as gauchos parade these freshly grilled skewers throughout the dining room, stopping at diners' seats and offering to carve them slices tableside. In between these protein-laden servings, guests can visit the salad bar and load their plates up with more than 60 different side dishes, such as fresh-cut vegetables and imported cheeses.
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    12405 SE 38th St.
    Bellevue, WA US
  • Outback Steakhouse
    Steak and potatoes take center stage at Bellevue's Outback Steakhouse. Keep your diet in check at Outback Steakhouse, a local restaurant with gluten-free and low-fat menu items. Be sure to complete your meal at Outback Steakhouse with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at Outback Steakhouse won't cost you a sitter. Parties of any size can easily be seated at Outback Steakhouse. Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Outback Steakhouse — casually-dressed diners are the norm here. If time is of the essence, Outback Steakhouse's take-out option may be a better fit. Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Outback Steakhouse as well. Free parking is available right next door. Store your bike at a nearby rack and enjoy a bite to eat at Outback Steakhouse. Your tab at Outback Steakhouse will generally run you about $30 per person.
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    15100 SE 38th St
    Bellevue, WA US
  • Tokyo Steak House - Bellevue
    It's nice watching someone else make dinner for a change?especially when the meal prep becomes a full-on show. At Tokyo Steakhouse, chefs bring their culinary skills tableside to entertain diners with flaming onion volcanoes and knife juggling. They can hand-wrap cucumber, green onion, and masago into spicy-tuna sushi rolls, and grill steak, chicken, and fresh vegetables for teppanyaki dishes. Accompany your meal with a specialty cocktail such as the Banzai, which is a mixture of tropical fruit juices, rum, and a splash of almond, and finish the meal on a sweet note with mochi ice cream.
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    909 112th Ave. NE
    Bellevue, WA US

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