Chef/partner Michael Lomonaco's Porter House Bar and Grill has been a go-to destination for prime-aged, hormone-free steaks in NYC since it opened inside The Shops at Columbus Circle in 2006. Lomonaco sources USDA prime beef from the inimitable Pat LaFrieda, who ages the steaks between 21 and 60 days. Those steaks show up in classic dishes like the Porterhouse for two, the Cowboy Rib Steak with garlic confit and arugula, and the Skirt Steak with peppercorn sauce. If looking to splurge, you’ll also find a selection of American wagyu beef from Idaho's Snake River Farms. The sauce selection is key here, with dips like XO Cognac Peppercorn, Cabernet shallot, and a classic Béarnaise. Go big with a side of Buttermilk Onion Rings, Black Truffle Mashed Potatoes, or Creamed Spinach Mr. Pete’s Way (aka with bacon) and you’ll have a memorable extravagant steakhouse meal.