Jean Georges Steakhouse
From Michelin-tri-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Jean Georges Steakhouse is a gleaming temple of meat, that amuses and accommodates with a glazed lava rock bar, an elevated semi-private dining room with kitchen-viewing portholes, and an expansive main eating area with black marble floors. As far as the main culinary event, expect mains like wagyu tenderloin, tuna tartare, and veal milanese.
The self-titled steakhouse by Jean-Georges Vongerichten specializes in fine cuts of beef in a sharp, contemporary dining room. Under the day-to-day guidance of executive chef Sean Griffin, the restaurant serves true certified Kobe and F1 Wagyu (blended with Angus), seared lightly for a subtle crust, allowing the natural flavor of the meat to shine. Other cuts are grilled over apricot wood and mesquite. Along the way, guests can enjoy a few unexpected surprises (swordfish breaded and fried Milanese-style) and Asian touches (a miso mustard steak sauce and crispy beer-battered maitake mushrooms with wildflower honey). A roaming Japanese whiskey cart, which smokes drinks tableside, is on hold during the pandemic, but may return soon.
How to book: Call 877-230-2742 or visit Seven Rooms to book a reservation.