If somebody like Warren Buffett dines in a restaurant, then you know that it’s got to be good. Gorat’s, going strong since 1944, is now a landmark in Omaha. The Gorat family sold it in 2012, and since then it has been renovated. However the preparation and quality of the steaks have remained the same. This is one steakhouse not to be missed.
Stay away from Bern’s if you are currently on a diet, because this steakhouse is all about excess. Choose from 20 types of caviar, two types of steak tartare including one with truffles, three varieties of oysters, 16 types of cheese, and plenty of fish including shellfish. Want steaks? Choose from seven different cuts in 51 sizes and eight temperatures. Try the 50 varieties of dessert, which is served in a special room upstairs. The list goes on with 7,000 wines including 5,500 red wines.
If you are searching for steak in Houston or Dallas, then there is no better place than Pappas Bros. This one too offers you a lot of options. Meat is dry-aged and served bone-out or bone-in. They serve steaks seasoned with pepper and salt and finished with butter. You will get the ultimate classic steakhouse experience here. Its wood-paneled walls, red leather booth, and 2,300 wine options complete the Pappas experience.
Step back in time to 1902 at St. Elmo in Indianapolis. Its saloon-style décor hasn’t changed much. Time stands still here. The menu remains much the same too. You are sure to fall in love with the wet-aged chops and steaks, the classic shrimp cocktail, the loaded baked potato and wedge salad. St. Elmo remains committed to keep the past alive and maintain food quality that has kept them popular for more than 100 years.
Sleek, sexy and intimate, Oliver’s isn’t something you expect in a Sunset Boulevard steakhouse. But this LA steakhouse has become very popular though it’s a new one. Chef Greg Elkin offers a fun menu of burger filled with Brie, appetizers including the pork belly, green peppercorn aioli, fried onions, and bison filet from Wyoming. The porterhouse and New York strip are among the best steaks available in Los Angeles. They are both aged for 35 days.