Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

Andrew Stephen Cebulka

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

Oak Steakhouse, Charleston, SC

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Lowcountry native son Jeremiah Bacon—whose résumé includes stints at Le Bernardin and Per Se—has put a farm-to-stable spin on this chophouse in a historic Savings & Loan. Local shellfish makes an appearance in dishes like clams casino and shrimp and lobster mac and cheese, while regional Bibb lettuce replaces iceberg in a classic wedge salad. Start with the French toast–like bone marrow pudding, and go for a classic cut, like the New York strip, which arrives still sizzling.

Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

Oak Steakhouse, Charleston, SC

Lowcountry native son Jeremiah Bacon—whose résumé includes stints at Le Bernardin and Per Se—has put a farm-to-stable spin on this chophouse in a historic Savings & Loan. Local shellfish makes an appearance in dishes like clams casino and shrimp and lobster mac and cheese, while regional Bibb lettuce replaces iceberg in a classic wedge salad. Start with the French toast–like bone marrow pudding, and go for a classic cut, like the New York strip, which arrives still sizzling.

Andrew Stephen Cebulka
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