Grill 23 & Bar
Designed with a multi-floor dining room, enormous traditional columns, and plenty of dark mahogany paneling, Grill 23 provides the ideal setting for sophisticated white-tablecloth dining. The menu offers one of the best steaks in the city: an 18oz, 100-day aged prime ribeye with a charred salty crust. The wine list is equally laudable and includes plenty of options to pair with your savory entrée.
Grill 23 is putting dark-wood paneling and ice-cold martinis at center stage this Thanksgiving. The menu is decadent dining at its holiday finest, so you’ll find an a la carte spread with indulgences like Kobe steak tartare, maple-glazed salmon, and a la carte steak offerings on top of more traditional fare like roast turkey and confit leg with cranberry chutney and sausage stuffing.
The city’s paleo patriarch has been giving us our daily protein for close to four decades now, and it isn’t even close to slowing down. This place is expense account central, with mahogany walls, giant marble columns, and three-figure Wagyu strip-loin kicking off the menu (just think of all the backroom business deals that have been made over this dish). The a la carte cuts are the stars here, with the 100-day-aged ribeye and the Kobe cap steak being the star of the stars. If you’re not willing to pay more for dinner than you pay for your monthly heating bill, check out the bar menu, which includes a special bar burger.