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BhamBlazeDog
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Best Steak (from a restaurant) You Have Ever Had

I rarely ever get steaks from a restaurant because I'm that pretentious guy that thinks he can cook it better than they can. With that being said, there is a restaurant in Greenville, AL called the Alabama Grill that we frequent during hunting season. You can get a 16 oz ribeye with two sides for $38 bucks. It is the best steak I have ever had at a restaurant and maybe ever had period. Anyone else had any good restaurant steaks?


SUB
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Probably Ruth's Filet in BR. At that time, it was the best steak I'd ever had. But I was pretty young.

Like you, I don't see the point in ordering a steak at a restaurant any more since I can cook them just the way I like them at home. Also I know I'll most likely be disappointed while paying out the arse for something I don't like.
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AlxTgr
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Daimond Grill can be hit/miss, but on one hit night, I had the best ribeye of my life there.


RummelTiger
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Charlie's Steakhouse in NOLA.


BrockLanders
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Chez Panisse Cafe in Berkeley, CA.


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Irregardless
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Every steak I’ve ever had at Ruth’s in Baton Rouge has been fantastic.


Fat Harry
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Doris Metropolitan and La Boca have been outstanding.


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TDTOM
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Rainwater in San Diego (RIP)

501 Prime in Hot Springs served me a fantastic strip a few months ago.


Gris Gris
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I rarely order steak in restaurants mainly because I would prefer something else, but every time I've had the veal chop at a Ruth's Chris, it's been terrific. I don't think they serve it any longer.


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LSUisKING
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Filet at Gallagher's in NYC (Dry Aged)

Delmonico at Delmonico's in NYC (Dry Aged)

Filet or dry aged NY Strip at BR Prime in the Beau Rivage in Biloxi

ETA: Ridiculous ribeye special for 2 at Sea-gar's steakhouse in the Hilton Sandestin
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Saskwatch
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quote:

Anyone else had any good restaurant steaks?


Porterhouse @ Mr. John's
Ribeye @ Miss River

The two that stand out over the past year or so.


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t00f
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Bern's Steakhouse in Tampa


ragincajun03
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Member since Nov 2007
17215 posts

Flat iron from The Range in Denver
T-Bone from Old Hickory Steak House in Columbus, Mississippi

But yeah...agree with normally being disappointed ordering a steak at a restaurant.
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Professor Dawghair
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Kevin Rathbun’s in ATL for me.

Spinalis cut when it’s on the menu.


AyyyBaw
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Ribeye @ The Elephant Room
Ribeye @ Jolie's

Both restaurants are sadly closed


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slinger1317
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All Natural Filet at SW Steakhouse in the Wynn Hotel Vegas.

The beef comes from Bakersfield California and is grass fed and finished on carrots. Amazing flavor, and cooked perfectly.


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S
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Santa Fé (McAllen, Tx)


Y.A. Tittle
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quote:

Bern's Steakhouse in Tampa



I'm gonna say this, even though I don't know that I can definitively say it was the best steak I ever had in a restaurant. The marginal differences in a properly cooked prime steak can be hard to distinguish, if there are any at all.

Bern's itself just being so over the top in everything, is what probably why I would put it as "best."


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Skippy1013
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The Ribeye at Emeril's Delmonico.


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Buckeye06
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I find that even the best steaks, as said, are comparable. Hey use prime meat and every place uses a proprietary blend of some sort.

I loved the Del Frisco's in Midtown Manhattan when I lived there, and went for my 21st birthday when interning there.

I had a really good steak from Knife in Dallas last year. Nick and Sams always serves good food, even if I'm not a huge fan of the place itself.


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