A Juicy Look at New York City's Dry-Aged Steak Tradition
This first-come, first-served steak resto and butchery has got awesome plates of red meat in a rustic setting.
Goodman boasts a low-lit leather-filled interior and serves corn-fed beef, as well as a selection of more than 200 wines.
This place is completely decked out in cow hide and leather, but more importantly, it serves up large Argentine-style cuts of meat.
It isn't the cheapest steakhouse you'll ever visit, but unless you make a living by recycling tin cans, it won't be the priciest, either. It's renowned for its collection of steaks and you'll always find the perfect pairing on the wine list.
MASH -- or, Modern American Steak House -- is known for its innovative spin on rare cuts from all over the world including Denmark, Uruguay, Australia, and Greater Omaha. They also whip up fish dishes and cocktails like the All American Martini, featuring vodka w/ blue cheese-stuffed black olives.