Top 7 Steakhouses in Seattle for 2016
Nothing beats sitting down to eat a great big steak dinner when traveling or just a night out on the town. In Seattle most know how great the seafood is but few realize the steak scene is nearly as good. To help travelers and locals alike our Top 7 crew has done the legwork to find Seattle's best steakhouses, here is out top 7 steakhouses in Seattle.
7. Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse @novilhosrodizio -
Novilhos follows the Brazilian style of steakhouse cooking and it shows in the taste of the meat. What we really enjoy is the wide selection of meats that Novilhos offers for everyone, but throw in the sides and salad bar and it is easy to see why Novilhos is Seattle top Brazilian Steakhouse.
6. The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster House -
The Brooklyn is a restaurant that blends seafood and steak into a fine dining experience. Steak lovers will love the Ribeye and New York Strip steaks, but if you are not in the mood for steak, their are plenty of seafood options available for you to enjoy.
5. John Howie Steak @JohnHowieSteak -
The best fine dining steakhouse in Seattle and Chef John Howie takes no shortcuts on delivering the best food possible. The best ribeye in Seattle is John Howie's amazing 42 day dry aged Ribeye, perfect flavor and tenderness. John Howie Steakhouse is also well known for their Japanese Wagyu Beef available fresh daily.
4. Seven Beef @7BeefSeattle -
Perfect meat is the key at Seven Beef Stekahouse. Locally grown Beef that is dry aged in House at Seven Beef and then butchered on site as well. The extra care with the product shines through in all the steaks with our star of the show being Seven Beef's 24 oz. T-Bone.
3. Metropolitan Grill @MetGrill -
The Metropolitan Grill is known for a perfect steaks and seafood but for us it's all about the meat at Metropolitan Grill. Each bite of steak from the Metropolitan Grill is better than the bite before it, our favorite is the Prime NY Peppercorn Steak.
2. Jak's Grill -
Aged beef really makes a difference, at Jak's Grill the wet and dry aging of 28 plus days makes every steak have amazing distinct flavor. Jak's Old school look and feel goes perfect with those perfectly cooked and flavored steaks. Our favorite is the Jak's Prime Porterhouse.
1. Bateau @bateauseattle -
This new contemporary steakhouse has taken Seattle by storm and garners our top Steakhouse in Seattle spot. The new fresh look on the old steakhouse makes Bateau stand out but it's the amazing meat that keeps everyone coming back. Highly suggest the tasting menu for the table as the dry aged meat perfection is sure to impress.