Best Steakhouses in the U.S.
Courtesy of David Burke’s Primehouse
David Burke is known for his whimsy, and the celebrity chef’s playfulness is evident here in dishes like pretzel-crusted crab cakes, Kobe corn dogs, and red velvet cake in a can. But this steakhouse is serious about its meat. The restaurant has its own stud—a 2,500-pound bull named Prime—as well as an in-house Himalayan salt-lined drying cave (curious diners can request a tour). The payoff is intensely beefy, perfectly tender steaks like the 55-day-aged rib eye.