Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

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

Jeff Ruby’s Precinct, Cincinnati

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This Cincy landmark, located in a former police patrol house, is a favorite of bigwigs, sports stars, and visiting celebs. A 19th-century Brunswick bar, reclaimed saloon doors, and vintage barber chairs set the stage for USDA prime steaks topped with sauces like béarnaise, brandy cream, and mushroom bordelaise and served with house-made bread, salad, and baked potatoes—plus tableside fettuccine Alfredo and bananas foster. jeffruby.com

Steakhouses

Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

Jeff Ruby’s Precinct, Cincinnati

This Cincy landmark, located in a former police patrol house, is a favorite of bigwigs, sports stars, and visiting celebs. A 19th-century Brunswick bar, reclaimed saloon doors, and vintage barber chairs set the stage for USDA prime steaks topped with sauces like béarnaise, brandy cream, and mushroom bordelaise and served with house-made bread, salad, and baked potatoes—plus tableside fettuccine Alfredo and bananas foster. jeffruby.com

Courtesy of Jeff Ruby's Precint
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