A Year in Steak
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The Breslin's Rib Steak
The rib steak from The Breslin was one of the year's most popular Steakcraft posts.
The Smith & Wollensky Colorado Rib Steak
Smith and Wollensky's signature steak was not even listed on the menu until recently. Yet the Colorado rib steak—a masterful 32 oz. slab of corn-fed USDA Prime beef dry aged for 28 days—has been available since the restaurant opened back in 1977. Read more »
Quality Meats's 64 oz. Double Rib
By far the biggest steak featured was this massive two-bone rib steak, weighing in at four pounds. Read more »
Quality Meats's Three Filets
Quality Meats serves their smaller filets in three classic styles on a single plate. Read more »
Delmonico's Rib Steak for Two
48 ounces of dry aged prime beef. Read more »
The Morini Strip Steak
Michael White's downtown osteria serves up one of the city's best deals on steak: a New York strip for two at around $40 a head. It's one of several steaks we looked into at his restaurants. Read more »
Osteria Morini's 120 Day Dry Aged Ribeye
Most restaurants use steaks aged for 28 days before cooking. At Osteria Morini, there's a special steak aged for four times as long. Read more »
The Porterhouse NY
The Orange Squirrel Rib Steak
A visit to Bloomfield, NJ rewarded us with a steak that'd be at home in any New York steakhouse. Read more »
The RedFarm Rib Steak
RedFarm's rib steak comes with a soy-flavored marinade and is topped with sesame seeds. Eat it with chopsticks if you like. Read more »
RedFarm Steak NY strip
Now closed, RedFarm held a one-month pop-up steak-inspired restaurant appropriately called RedFarm Steak.
The American Cut Porterhouse
The Circo Ribeye
Ultra-premium dry aged 7X beef makes the steak at Circo one of the most unique in the city. Read more »
Le Cirque's Strip Steak Au Poivre
Le Rivage's Steak au Poivre for Two
Old School French joint Le Rivage offers the best bargain on dry aged steak.
The Rib Steak for Two at Leopard at Des Artistes
This Lincoln Center restaurant serves a 32-ounce rib steak for two. Read more »
Chuleton de Buey a La Brasa at Tertulia
This column's first post featured Tertulia's smoky grilled rib steak.
Marble Lane serves a dry aged, bone-in filet (a rarity in this town) "churasco" style with haricots vertes, roasted cauliflower, and a vibrant chimichurri. Read more »
The BLT Steak American Wagyu Top Cap
By far the most expensive steak featured was the BLT Steak's American Wagyu top cap, cashing in at $8.10 per ounce.
The Carbone Porterhouse
Mario Carbone serves a 60 day dry aged porterhouse at Carbone. In a unique spin, the filet part of the steak can be removed before cooking and served as tartare for an appetizer. Read more »
The Lambs Club's Delmonico Steak
"Buy the best product and treat it well" is the simple mantra that Eric Haugen, chef of Jeffrey Zacharian's Lambs Club, adheres to. He uses USDA Prime dry aged beef for the restaurant's Delmonico steak.
The S Prime 65 Day Dry Aged Rib Steak
Chef Joel Reiss dry ages his rib steak in-house for 65 days before cooking it steakhouse style. Read more »
The Marrow Rib Steak
Harold Dieterle serves up a masterful rib steak for two as a special at The Marrow.