A quick count of new, high-end steakhouses to open in Manhattan just in the past eighteen months comes to 16, added to the dozens more dotting the island and the other boroughs. And in NYC, whose real old-timers like Peter Luger and Palm were the first to serve USDA Prime beef straight from the meat packing district, that the competition to get the best quality beef is at its most fierce. Such quality is never cheap.
Menus at these new steakhouses don’t differ radically, though some are more ambitious than others, but, despite the many clichés of décor still read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com