The 13 Best Steakhouses in NYC
When Simon Kim opened this Korean temple to beef in 2017, it brought a new kind of steakhouse to the city, and New Yorkers couldn’t be happier. Some would say it’s just a more expensive version of a Korean barbecue spot, and although it embraces the classic cook-your-own technique with tabletop grills (although the ones here are fancier and well, better), the quality of the meat here puts it leagues above other restaurants. The Butcher’s Feast comes with four speciality cuts including hanger steak, dry-aged ribeye, and marinated kalbi, plus a slew of banchan, an egg souffle, and stews. And if it’s your first time, be sure to slip downstairs to peep the moody meat aging room.