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Best Steakhouses In Chicago

September 26, 2010 11:21 AM

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There are several restaurants that serve steak in Chicago. There are only a handful, though, that are really worth your while. Here are some suggestions:

Morton’s The Steakhouse

1050 N. State St., Chicago
(312) 266-4820
www.mortons.com

Located in the heart of downtown Chicago, this place consistently delivers delicious steaks night after night. Try the Double Cut Filet Mignot. If you save room for dessert, go for the Raspberry Souffle. It’s a little piece of heaven on a plate.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

431 N. Dearborn St., Chicago
(312) 321-2725
www.ruthschris.com

Here you will find the best steak — ever. Order the Ribeye. It’s the tastiest, most succulent piece of meat you will ever find. It’s topped with fresh butter that sizzles on your plate as it’s brought to your table. Two sides to die for? Creamed Spinach and Garlic Mashed Potatoes. They complement the steak in a fabulous, mouth-watering way.

Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse

1028 N. Rush St., Chicago
(312) 266-8999
www.gibsonssteakhouse.com

Gibsons is a Chicago classic. Choose from Porterhouse Steak to New York Sirloin to Filet Mignon. Wash it down with a specialty martini. Our favorite? The Pear Blossom.


Chicago Chophouse

60 W. Ontario St., Chicago
(312) 787-7100
www.chicagochophouse.com

The restaurant walls are lined with more than 1,400 historical photos telling the tale of old Chicago. Try the boneless 24-ounce New York Strip. Or if you’re really hungry, opt for the 64-ounce Porterhouse. That’s right, 64 ounces of meat! Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

David Burke’s Primehouse

616 N. Rush St., Chicago
(312) 660-6000
www.davidburkesprimehouse.com

Located in The James Chicago Hotel, this restaurant specializes in Dry Aged Steaks. The restaurant features meats that are handpicked from a Kentucky farm and are dry-aged on the premises in a Himalayan salt-tilled aging room. It doesn’t get more authentic than that.

Yasmin Tara Rammohan

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