Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

Courtesy of STARR RESTAURANTS

Calling all carnivores: from old-school institutions to trendy newcomers, these steakhouses are a cut above the rest.

Barclay Prime, Philadelphia

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With green suede sofas and a clubby soundtrack, Stephen Starr’s Rittenhouse Square chophouse is designed for 21st-century carnivores and martini swillers. The Philly cheesesteak also gets an upgrade: a foot-long combination of Wagyu rib eye, truffled fontina, mushrooms, onions, and pickled hot peppers on a sesame-seed Italian loaf. A sandwich this good calls for celebrating and, in fact, comes with a half bottle of bubbly. Generally, the beef is excellent, and the steak knife selection is gimmicky, yet fun—ask to test-drive all six (Wusthof, Henckels, Laguiole, Porsche, Global, and Shun).

Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

Barclay Prime, Philadelphia

With green suede sofas and a clubby soundtrack, Stephen Starr’s Rittenhouse Square chophouse is designed for 21st-century carnivores and martini swillers. The Philly cheesesteak also gets an upgrade: a foot-long combination of Wagyu rib eye, truffled fontina, mushrooms, onions, and pickled hot peppers on a sesame-seed Italian loaf. A sandwich this good calls for celebrating and, in fact, comes with a half bottle of bubbly. Generally, the beef is excellent, and the steak knife selection is gimmicky, yet fun—ask to test-drive all six (Wusthof, Henckels, Laguiole, Porsche, Global, and Shun).

Courtesy of STARR RESTAURANTS
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