New York City's best steakhouses

Best Steakhouses In New York City

Feasting at a steakhouse is a classic New York tradition. Thankfully, New York is brimming with old school, top-notch choices. Here are our favorite NYC steakhouses.


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Foursquare On The Pin #2: Meat And More

Foursquare CEO and co-founder Dennis Crowley and editor-at-large Sarah Spagnolo consider NYC’s best steakhouses and lobster rolls with Lockhart Steele, editorial director at Vox Media, and Kevin Kearney, CEO of Hard Candy Shell.



Boomer & Carton: Another Type Of Meat To Love

During this discussion it was revealed that a couple of staff members don’t share the same love for steak that Boomer and Craig do.


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New York’s 4 Best Bars For Fall And Winter 2014

Try one these new bars for Fall 2013. Grab some friends and enjoy craft brews and delicious bites.


Chef Brendan McDermott's Irish Stout Marinated Steak. (credit: CBS 2)

2 In The Kitchen: Irish Stout Marinated Strip Steak

Chef-Instructor Brendan McDermott from the Institute of Culinary Education in Manhattan stopped by the CBS 2 studio with a recipe cooked in his house for years.


The Palm

Cooking On The Couch: The Palm’s Strip Steak

If there’s one thing Bruce Bozzi Jr. knows, it’s steak. The guy grew up around it, since his family helped found the world famous The Palm Restaurant.


8.6 Chef

Cooking On The Couch: Haute Steak From Marble Lane

Marble Lane, located at the Dream Downtown hotel in the Meatpacking district, is a cut above your usual steak joint. The venue puts a fresh spin on the stuff and Chef Manual Trevino visited The Couch to make one of his signature dishes.


Ben Benson (credit: Ben Benson's Steakhouse)

Ben Benson’s Steakhouse Closing For Good On Father’s Day

Proprietor Ben Benson, famous for having his spoon in the creamed spinach, said he’d rather not have to close the restaurant.