If you want to experience New York in one bite, then dine at their best steakhouses. New York is famous for their steaks, but even if you sometimes have to pay an exorbitant amount for just one meal, you'll find the whole experience definitely worth it.
Tons of steakhouses are scattered all over NYC, but only a handful stand out among the rest. Here are some of the places to go to devour the most delicious steak in your entire life:
Bowery Meat Company. Recently opened in the East Village last 2014, this steakhouse instantly warmed up to the locals and tourists because of the quality of meat and flavor of every steak they have. Their specialty is called "The Bowery Steak", a full meal with salsa verde on the side; whipped potato; duck lasagna; and Chinese pork belly lettuce wraps.
Gallagher's Steakhouse. Serving great steaks since the Prohibition during the early 1930s, not much have changed at this iconic steakhouse in New York. Their secret? All of their prime beef are aged beautifully for 21 days in the Gallaghers' legendary windowed meat locker. After that, they cook their meat to perfection. Combine it with a perfectly crisp red wine and you got yourselves an exceptional treat you wouldn't find anywhere else.
Strip House. It's not as popular as other steakhouses, but Strip House sure deserves to be included in one of the best in NYC. It's a perfect place to bring a date with its dim lighting and cool, playful interior. And their steaks? Oh man, their strip steak and dry-aged rib eye are to die for. But if you want to try some other dishes on their menu, you still wouldn't get disappointed. Their chef is obviously a master at what he does.
Peter Luger. If you want the best steak at NYC, then it's impossible to not see Peter Luger on the list. It has stood since 1887, bagging all kinds of awards for their juice, flavorful, tender steaks. Their servings are quite massive, and their sides will make your pant buttons pop. You can never compare their specialty steak to anywhere else-a broiled USDA prime dry-aged porterhouse single steak, dry-aged in house and served with excellent sides. To get a seat in this fine restaurant, make sure to book weeks in advance.
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