Seattle's Best Steakhouses Sate Every Meat Lover's Desires

Trying to find the best Steakhouses in Seattle? Never fear; 10Best has you covered. Our editors and locals have searched the city and suburbs for the top places to wine and dine. Then, we showcase popular restaurants like Brooklyn Seafood, Steak, & Oyster House, and we highlight eateries with great user reviews like JaK's Grill. Thanks to the city's propensity for supporting local farmers, butchers and other business, diners will find many venues that showcase fine food from right here in the Pacific Northwest. An emphasis on local produce means that steaks come accompanied by enticing and healthy side dishes, and even vegetarians find appealing options at most of these meat meccas.

We also help you identify neighborhoods where steakhouses are the most prominent–the bustling downtown zone near a multitude of hotels and Pike Place, for example–so that you not only get terrific dining recommendations, but you also have abundant choices to boot. After all, if you're going to eat, you may as well do it right and take advantage of Seattle's best. So put on your finest duds (which in Seattle, rarely means too formal), and get ready to enjoy a delicious and delightful night on the town.

Pioneer Square

Near Seattle's stadiums, there's a fairly new "it" spot--Girin. This Korean-themed steakhouse concept from the owner of Momiji, Umi Sake House and Kushibar is located inside an upscale complex called Stadium District just north of CenturyLink...  Read More

This classic steakhouse draws loyal customers with its elegant, clubby ambience, features copper accents, stone-topped tables, comfortable booths and dark wood detailing. A favorite place for bar-socializing, Daniel's also boasts...  Read More

This classic Seattle steakhouse is a grand destination for diners looking to impress important clients. The saloon-meets-supper club decor features a copper counter with swivel stools and elegant tables dressed in white linens. While cooked-to...  Read More

JaK's Grill

Westsiders take pride in JaK's, whose name is actually an acronym for owners Jeff Page and Ken Hughes. (Find other outposts of this venue elsewhere around the region.) At this popular restaurant, sizzling 21-ounce porterhouses, gargantuan...  Read More

Pioneer Square
Metropolitan Grill

A business-friendly steakhouse in the heart of the financial district, Metropolitan Grill has been a Seattle favorite for years. Its downtown location makes it an ideal spot to dine after a day of sightseeing, wandering Pike Place Market or...  Read More

John Howie Steak
Photo courtesy of Kate Baldwin

Living up to its tony digs in Bellevue's Bravern complex, John Howie Steak lets diners sink into supple, red or cream-colored leather on banquettes in cozy booths. The suppleness continues with the steaks, making it well worth the drive for a...  Read More

Ruth's Chris Steak House can be found throughout the country, and despite the location, the venue fails to disappoint. Whether it's rare or well-done, prime corn-fed beef is this steak house's trademark. A favorite of the business set, the place...  Read More


This fantastic restaurant caters to the executive set in a see-and-be-seen atmosphere. You'll often see tables of suited powerbrokers closing deals in an environment similar to an old-fashioned supper club. The multi-level dining room is...  Read More

Financial District
Morton's, The Steakhouse
Photo courtesy of Morton's Steakhouse

Tuxedo-clad waiters set the tone for a Midwest classic that's staked a claim in the Northwest. Known for beautiful tableside presentations (yes, that's a live lobster on the cart), this steak house is famous for its 24-ounce porterhouse and its...  Read More

Photo courtesy of David Dosset/Bateau

Bateau, a contemporary steakhouse, is the outcome of efforts by lauded Chef Renee Erickson and her collaborators to own a local farm where they can raise their own beef, poultry and lamb "in a manner consistent with [their] values and...  Read More


Meet Corinne Whiting

Corinne hails from the other Washington, where she caught the travel bug early on. Corinne studied abroad in Strasbourg, France (undergrad) and in Edinburgh, Scotland (graduate school). She's...  More About Corinne

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