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Cuisine: American, New American, Steakhouse
Price Range: $$
St. Anselm doesn't call itself a steakhouse, and it doesn't much look like one either. A chalkboard as you enter assures all guests of the "natural," hormone-and-antibiotic-free pedigree of its menu... Read More
St. Anselm doesn't call itself a steakhouse, and it doesn't much look like one either. A chalkboard as you enter assures all guests of the "natural," hormone-and-antibiotic-free pedigree of its menu entries. The dining room is small, tables dwarfed by a long bar with metal stools, and green-slatted shutters closing out the hipsters on Metropolitan Avenue. What's coming out of the kitchen, however, will convince you that not only is St. Anselm a meat haven, it's one of the best ones in town. An ideal meal looks something like this: grilled Halloumi with pea greens and string beans, grilled Shishito peppers and the butchers steak with compound garlic butter. The best part? It's affordable. That steak I mentioned? Yeah, that's under 20 bucks.
355 Metropolitan Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
- Mon-Thu: 5pm-11pm
- Fri: 5am-Midnight
- Sat: 5pm-Midnight,; 11am-3pm
- Sun: 5pm-11pm,; 11am-3pm
- Steakhouses: "Come here when you want to impress someone special, but can't afford to break the bank. It's a first-come, first-served, neighborhood restaurant that takes no reservations."
- Best for Steakhouses Because: This "temple of beef," as some call it, serves cuts of distinction. You come to Sparks for quality.