A Juicy Look at New York City's Dry-Aged Steak Tradition
1. Bang!112 Quai De Jemmapes, Paris
2. Ma Chère & Tendre81 Boulevard Gouvion Saint-Cyr, Paris
3. Bistrot Paul Bert18 Rue Paul-Bert, Paris
4. Chez Boris Saint-Honoré129 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honorée, Paris
5. Le Bœuf VolantRue Marriotte, Paris
6. Unico15 rue Paul Bert, Paris
7. Drugstore Steakhouse133 avenue des Champs Elysées, Paris
8. Au Bœuf Couronné188 Avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris
9. Le Severo8 Rue des Plantes, Paris
10. The Beef Club58 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Paris
Located in the hip neighborhood of Canal Saint Martin, Bang! serves up a myriad of different beef cuts cooked to perfection.
This steakhouse has a distinct American influence, and if you wanna try all the beef they have the offer, they serve a sampler that's savory and succulent.
This well-known bistro always delivers when it comes to fine Parisian fare, but the steaks here are also excellent, especially when washed down with incredibly expensive wine.
If you're looking for French meat, this is the place to go. Owner and Chef Boris Leclercq gets his meat from his own cows raised in the Aubrac region of France.
Translated to "The Flying Beef", this steakhouse is a taste of the US in Paris, dishing out beef cuts and sides reminiscent of a NY steakhouse.
This resto truly is unique because it is one of the city’s acclaimed Argentine steakhouses, complete with a barbecue to grill up the long list of Argentine meats.
Located on the Champs-Elysées, this pricey steakhouse plates French, American, and Argentine cuts of beef.
This classy resto and steakhouse doles out almost a dozen different cuts and sizes of meat that present some serious size. The rib roast, for example, weighs in at 1.2 kilos.
Le Severo is one of the best steakhouses in Paris, run by a former butcher who knows his meat, this place also has the perfect wine pairings for your steak.
Despite its name, The Beef Club is not a place where rappers gather to air out their issues with one another. Instead, this place is an amazing steakhouse a few blocks from the Louvre that occupies a former butcher shop. The restaurant is run by the guys behind the Experimental Cocktail Club and inspired by a farm-to-table ethic, a dedication reflected in the fact that all the meat comes from a celebrated farm in Yorkshire that has what many consider the world's best cattle. The high-quality meat forms the base of a killer menu that includes entrecôte, beef tenderloin, sirloin, and more. And just in case you're not enticed yet, be sure to check out the hidden ballroom and cocktail bar on the floor below.