The 13 Best Steakhouses in NYC
Williamsburg’s other steakhouse is much less famous than Peter Luger, but it might actually be better. The humble and intimate exposed brick and wood space is welcoming and comfy, while the menu boasts new takes on comfort food of the meaty variety, with dishes like Piedmontese ax handle rib eye, New York strip au poivre, sweet-tea brined chicken, and a bourbon brined pork porterhouse. Vegetables are expertly prepared on the grill as well, with grilled fennel, avocado, cauliflower, long beans, and shishito peppers on offer. They even have their own spin on the ice cream sundae, complete with bourbon caramel sauce, almonds, and cacao nibs.