The Best Steakhouse in Every State

ALABAMA: George's Steak

George's has been in business since 1950, now under the operation of the original owners' son, Frank Vafinis. What makes this spot unique is its cooking featuring steaks grilled

ALASKA: Club Paris

Club Paris is widely known for insanely tasty steak, cocktails, and outstanding service. Do yourself a favor and get the 4-inch thick filet mignon.

ARIZONA: Dominick's Steakhouse

The restaurant also serves a 22-ounce bone-in ribeye for big appetites. They source their prime-grade beef responsibly

ARKANSAS: Gaskins Cabin

The restaurant is well-rounded, receiving accolades for its other food offerings as well as the hand-cut, aged, Black Angus beef steaks.

CALIFORNIA: chi Spacca

Would you like to try a 50-ounce, dry-aged prime porterhouse steak? Look no further than chi SPACCA, a self-professed Italian steakhouse on steroids.

COLORADO: Bastien's Restaurant 

The famous sweet and spicy rub complements the marbled steak. It's recommended to eat on the juicy cuts of ribeye or NY strip.

CONNECTICUT: The Captain Daniel

The pub downstairs hosts live music every night, but the real romantic atmosphere is located in the dining room upstairs.

DELAWARE: Harry's Savoy Grill

The steak lives up to expectations as well. Try it Oscar-style during the special on Tuesdays or order the award-winning prime rib, which visitors describe as superb.

FLORIDA: Bern's Steak

With a 2016 James Beard Award for Outstanding Wine Program, the staff at Bern's knows how to complement the cut-to-order steaks and farm-grown vegetables.

GEORGIA: Kevin Rathbun

The menu focuses on a chef-driven menu and local produce in addition to those wonderful cuts of beef.

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