Steakhouse

Quality Meats

Quality Meats

Quality Meats is a confusing joint right off the bat. It feels subterranean, but it's not really subterranean. Or is it? It's a steakhouse that feels more like ...
Keens Steakhouse

Keens Steakhouse

Shouldn't it be Keen's Steakhouse, like with a possessive 's'? And who is this Keen dude? And why is he so obsessed with oldie timey churchwarden pipes? Like ob...
Quality Eats

Quality Eats

Quality Eats is kind of what mid-level New York eating is all about. It qualifies as a steakhouse because of the steak on its menu, but it certainly wouldn't be...
Minetta Tavern

Minetta Tavern (II)

I had only been to this joint once in my life. And I recall it being dark and shabby and somewhat on the depressing, retirement home side. No wonder Keith McNal...
7Square

7Square

The night we showed up for a party here we were greeted by a couple dudes sporting some serious plumber cracks. They were there drilling out the old locks o...
Craftsteak

Craftsteak

became: Colicchio & Sons If you looked up "overpriced meat joint" in the dictionary, you'd find a photo of Tom Colicchio rolling naked in a giant pile o...
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Dylan Prime

To call this place a steakhouse is a real misnomer. Granted, they serve steak and stuff, but the atmosphere couldn't further from that stuffy genre than Fel...
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse

Ruth’s Chris

To be honest, we're still a little confused about the name of this joint. I mean, if Mr. Hipster's mom started a steakhouse would she call it Adrienne's Mike? W...
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Cité

One word of advice: don't order a drink while waiting at the bar for your table -- a gin & tonic is $10 and you won't need it after sitting down for the r...