If there’s one thing that Dallasites love, it’s a good steak. Which is only fitting since Texas is the top beef producing state in the nation. And as such, it should come as no surprise that the metroplex is brimming with high-quality steakhouses. The only difficult part is deciding which one to choose.
For those with big appetites and bank accounts to match, there’s Al Biernat’s, an Oak Lawn institution known for stellar steaks, seafood and celebrity spotting. Located nearby is Eddie V’s Prime Seafood. Don’t let the name mislead you: Along with sensational sea-worthy fare, this place cranks out flawless filets, ribeyes and New York strips.
And talk about an elevated dining experience. The killer view offered from SER Steak + Spirits is enough of a reason to visit. But it’s not the only one–this rooftop spot at the Hilton Anatole hotel also boasts an equally dazzling menu of steaks, wild game and fish.
Then there's Knife in the Highland Dallas hotel, a contemporary steakhouse headed up by James Beard-nominated chef John Tesar. Here, meat-lovers are treated to a variety of cuts designed to fit every taste and budget. If meat’s not your thing, there’s plenty of other options to fill your stomach, including house-made pastas, fresh seafood and vegetarian dishes.
Finally, no list of steak joints is complete without mentioning Pappas Bros. Steakhouse. This place is a classic carnivore's house of worship– featuring luscious slabs of meat and a Wine Spectator award-winning wine program.
Craving more? Then make sure to add these bastions of beef to your ever-growing list of Dallas dining destinations.