15. Bos Taurus
> City: Bend, Oregon
You’ll know this restaurant is all about beef if you know that Bos taurus is the scientific name for cattle. Steaks include assorted cuts from ranches in Arizona and California and from the Chicago stockyards, as well as wagyu beef from both Australia and Japan. Prices range from $32 for a 5-ounce filet mignon to $210 for a 54-ounce tomahawk for two (there’s also top-quality Kyoto A5 wagyu for $39 an ounce, with a 2-ounce minimum.)
14. Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill
> City: Dallas, Texas
“This was probably one of the top dining experiences I’ve ever had!” enthuses a recent visitor to Kenny’s on Yelp. ” I got the NY strip with lobster butter on top and it was absolute perfection.” A ribeye and a filet mignon are also offered, and the steak sandwich (sliced tenderloin with brie and sautéed onions) gets high marks.
13. 8oz Korean Steak House & Bar
> City: Las Vegas, Nevada
This friendly restaurant specializes in Korean barbecue — which means meats like ribeye, skirt steak, brisket, and marinated short rib cooked on grills inset into the tables and served with an array of side dishes. “Great meat quality,” “incredibly impressive,” and “very good and flavorful” are among the comments on Yelp.
12. Summer House Steak & Seafood
> City: Siesta Key, Florida
“An elegant relaxed transitional steak house with a seafood attitude,” brags this establishment near Sarasota. Steaks are Midwestern Certified Angus beef, aged in-house for 35 to 40 days. Options include an 8-ounce American wagyu top sirloin, an 18-ounce prime bone-in ribeye, and a filet mignon bordelaise with Boursin mashed potatoes. Wagyu also shows up in the form of wagyu beef fat fries and wagyu bruschetta with roasted mushrooms.
11. Fierro Argentine Grill
> City: Miami, Florida
The cuts of steak here include entrana (skirt steak), vacio (flap steak), and picanha (top sirloin). All three are also included in a combination plate along with grilled beef rib strips, chorizo, blood sausage, and chicken. Burgers and steak sandwiches are available as well.
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