Elegant ambience and service is paired with first-rate steaks at quite reasonable prices. Particular care is taken with the sides, making for a complete experience. Don't miss the excellent wine list.
This underappreciated gem serves well-prepared, reasonably priced steaks and generous, tasty sides in a casual atmosphere.
The main attraction is perfectly prepared beef presented in a comfortable, clubby setting and enhanced by an extensive wine list and accomplished service. Be careful with hand-crafted cocktails including the Farmer's Daughter, Clover Club, and Blood Orange Sangria.
Ribeye, branzino, the humble eggplant – all get flamed at this upscale grill house located in the Fairmont Austin.
A vestige of old Austin circa 1932 and an icon for generations, the Hoffbrau serves up steak, potatoes, and beer in a former feed store.
The folks who brought us the old Trading Post bring a new venture with steaks as well as burgers to die for, like the green-chile cheeseburger.
This latest Eastside foodery has freshened up an old concept – the ranch restaurant. Cocktails are served at the glam ranch bar. The chicken-fried steak is tender and well-flavored, the breading is light and crisp, and most importantly, the cream gravy is made from real pan drippings and not from a mix.
In 2013 the McGuire Moorman Hospitality Group reimagined this Clarksville cafe as an upscale steak house, and the gamble swiftly paid off: Bon Appétit named Jeffrey’s one of 2013’s Top 10 Best New Restaurants. The French American menu places dry-aged meat as the centerpiece of a daily changing ingredient-driven menu. Save room for their desserts.
This Houston-based chain offers a menu that goes way beyond standard steak house fare. With snazzy presentation to match, you'll go back again.
You'll find this nationally recognized steak house in a historic Austin building. Good steaks and à la carte side dishes are accompanied by stock market quotes for the business crowd.
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