While our city has more than its fair share of great steakhouses, we’re also home to some fine restaurants that just happen serve a great steak. Here are our favorite non-steakhouse steaks, just in time for Father’s Day.
Why has Tujague’s been around for 160 years? Here’s why. The Filet Tujague’s is an 8-ounce center cut filet mignon topped with flash-fried oysters, roasted fingerling potatoes, haricot vert and sauce marchand de vin. It’s a rare treat, no matter how you order it cooked. Click here for reservations.
You’ve been tempted by the Chateaubriand but have you ever ordered it? Antoine’s offers a grilled center cut tenderloin of beef for two, served with potatoes, sautéed mushrooms, and Antoine's Marchand de Vin and Bearnaise sauces. It’s $120 for two and worth every penny. Our second choice is the Boeuf en Brochette Marchand de Vin (tenderloin tips with bacon, topped with Antoine's Marchand de Vin sauce). Yeah, we said bacon. Antoine's isn't open on Sundays so make plans to take dad on Saturday. Book your reservation here.
Brennan’s is breakfast but it’s also beef! You can start your meal with Smoked Steak Tartare with duck yolk, fermented mustard greens and berbere spiced crème fraiche. And then you can enjoy the Filet of Beef Stanley with parmesan roast bananas, porcini mushrooms, horseradish yogurt and sauce perigourdine. Put down your tongs, dad, and try it the Brennan’s way this weekend. Reserve your table now.
Dad used to take you to the park. Now you take him. Ralph’s Grilled Filet Mignon comes with garlic steak fries, bacon béarnaise and an incredible view of City Park. Your table is waiting here.
Although Galatoire's 33 is a steakhouse, we just can't leave it off the list. They have five juicy cuts to choose from (from 7 to 30 ounces) with all kinds of delicious sauces, and dads who dine with them on Father's day will receive a complimentary taste of bourbon accompanied by house-cured bacon with burnt honey. We're pretty sure your dad will love it. Make your reservations here.
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