Tender, Juicy, and Delicious: Where to Find the Best Steak in the D
By: Scott Davis
January 7, 2019
The tenderness, seasoning, and cookery of a steak makes all the difference in the world. There are plenty of places that offer fine steak dinners, but few that specialize in making it memorable. Here are a few of the best steakhouses offering mouth-watering meals.
Birmingham’s award-winning restaurant Big Rock Chophouse offers plenty of great steak and chops dishes to satisfy anyone. They offer ribeye, New York strip, Imperial Wagyu, Buffalo strip and all can be topped with au poivre, blue cheese gratin, or truffle butter. Be sure to check out their wine list to see what you can pair perfectly with your choice of steak.
From Big Rock Chophouse to Ann Arbor’s Chop House, you can’t go wrong with one of the restaurant’s USDA Prime beef dinners. Combining the perfect combination of flavor and tenderness, their steaks include a Dry Aged New York Strip, Espresso Rubbed Filet Mignon, Cowboy Steak and many more. Their menu also includes numerous seafood options and great salad alternatives.
Combining fine dining with a nostalgic feel, Jim Brady’s has been a go-to dining experience since 1954. We suggest trying their Chimichurri Hangar steak that features a garlic-lime note, but you can also get the Ziegfeld Delmonico for a more traditional steak. Be sure to check out the recently opened Ann Arbor location too!
Troy’s Capital Grille is an elegant dining experience with plenty of dinner and drink options for the perfect night out. They feature dry-aged New York strip and Porterhouse steaks, that can be topped with au poivre with courvoisier cream to add a little spice. Their cocktail menu is just as impressive, so be sure to check out their offerings here.
For over sixty years, the family owned and operated Clawson’s Steakhouse has been providing Metro Detroiters with some of the finest steaks around. The restaurant specializes in Prime Rib, Filet Mignon, and Delmonico steaks. You can also try their signature 30 oz. Porterhouse Steak, if you dare!