There’s nothing quite like cutting into a beautifully marbled, dry-aged steak. To formally celebrate grilling season and all things beef, here are just a few of our favorite spots for a mouth-watering ribeye or New York strip around the country.
Polo Grill, Tulsa
For over three decades, Tulsa’s Polo Grill has impressed with its cuisine, expansive wine list and award-winning talent around the stove. It’s no wonder it’s regarded as one of the top restaurants in Oklahoma. On the menu: your choice of an impressive 22-ounce cowboy ribeye, 14-ounce New York strip or a filet of beef tenderloin.
PY Steakhouse, Tucson
Conveniently located inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Tucson’s Casino Del Sol Resort, this Four-Star dining room invites resort guests and visitors alike to enjoy a 24-ounce T-bone with lobster mashed potatoes or some other elegant culinary combination. Enhance your meal with a selection from a roster of over a thousand wines, or enjoy cognac or a cigar in the lounge after you’ve finally put the fork down.
BLT Steak, Charlotte
If you have the pleasure of visiting Charlotte, don’t miss out on BLT Steak from chef Laurent Tourondel’s team at Four-Star The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte. Known for his classic French twist on traditional steakhouses, Tourondel and chef de cuisine Ben Miles offer a stunning 40-ounce porterhouse for two and one of the country’s best burgers.
Final Cut Steak & Seafood, Toledo and Columbus, Ohio
If you’re trying your luck at the tables in Hollywood Casino Toledo or Hollywood Casino Columbus, you have a winning dining destination in Final Cut Steak & Seafood. These restaurants offer a contemporary American steakhouse experience featuring USDA Midwestern prime beef, each piece cut to order and broiled at 1,600 degrees to seal in flavor and juices.
SW Steakhouse, Las Vegas
Reopened in mid August with a new, fresh look, chef David Walzog’s Four-Star eatery at the Four-Star Wynn impresses with certified authentic Kobe beef, a chili-rubbed double ribeye and accompaniments like the black truffle creamed corn. We’re just happy that stunning views overlooking the Lake of Dreams weren’t replaced like some of the décor.
Edge Steakhouse, Park City
At 6,800 feet up in picturesque Park City, Utah, it makes sense that this Forbes Travel Guide Recommended restaurant at the Westgate Park City Resort & Spa would go above and beyond your typical steakhouse outing. With talented chef Nick Leeshe helm, the eatery boasts innovative cuisine (eight-ounce Zabuton steaks) and an elegant atmosphere, making it a one-of-a-kind, mountainside destination.
Wolfgang Puck Steak, Detroit
The original celebrity chef, Wolfgang Puck, has perfected the art of steak and grilling at this Motor City meeting place and his other stellar stops, including CUT in Las Vegas, Singapore and Beverly Hills. From the dry-aged New York strip and filet mignon to the 32-ounce American Wagyu Tomahawk Chop, you won’t be disappointed at the Four-Star MGM Grand, Detroit’s signature restaurant.
A most fitting name for a steakhouse, Mooo, in Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, delivers a modern epicurean experience at the luxurious Four-Star XV Beacon. Here, chef and owner Jamie Mammano impresses with a grand seafood platter and, of course, a selection of steak like the pepper-crusted prime sirloin au Poivre or Uruguayan free-range, grass-fed Del Terruño ribeye.
Colt & Alison, St. Simons, Georgia
Situated in the sports-lover’s paradise of Sea Island, Colt & Alison is the winning signature restaurant of Five-Star The Lodge at Sea Island Golf Club. This southern-inspired steakhouse comes complete with a cozy wood-burning fireplace and panoramic views of the 18th hole. Steaks are aged both in dry and wet methods. And when you’re looking for something to accompany the beef, the menu also features dishes like local Georgia shrimp and a classic, tableside-prepared Caesar salad.
The Lambs Club, New York City
In a city full of steak havens, Four-Star The Lambs Club at Four-Star The Chatwal stands tall. Boasting an Art-Deco interior with an equally creative menu by chef Geoffrey Zakarian that includes hand-crafted pastas and the Creekstone New York strip, The Lambs Club is a go-to destination for theater-goers looking for a bite.
A new addition to the Four-Star Villas of Grand Cypress in Orlando, Four-Star Nine18 boasts contemporary cuisine, breathtaking views and unforgettable service. While the house-aged New York strip loin is the standout, chef Lonny Huot prides himself on using local ingredients with as many dishes as possible and bringing a farm-to-fork philosophy to the kitchen.
Prime 108, Nashville
Sophisticated southern hospitality — as if you would expect anything less — is at the heart of this Four-Star Nashville treat. The signature steak here is the vidailia-marinated strip with truffle Parmesan fries, but if we neglect to mention the crème brûlée and other delicious desserts, we’ll be doing a disservice.