One of America's largest restaurant brands is making a return, thanks in part to its steaks.
Ruth's Chris offers 500° beef with salt, pepper, and parsley. It works with high-quality commodities like USDA Prime cuts from trustworthy providers.
Respeito Pela Comida refers to the Brazilian gaucho manner of farming, harvesting, and obtaining food with respect for farmers, animals, and clients who like quality meat.
When you trademark a steak, you know it's excellent. This is the situation at Don Shula's Shula's Steakhouse in Florida.
He created a new benchmark for delicious steak with the SHULA CUT®. It's a unique, all-premium Black Angus steak from Graham Angus Farms in Georgia.
STK, famed for its seductive atmosphere and self-described "Vibe Dining," will start distributing steaks direct to clients in late 2021.
Smith & Wollensky, like Shula's, partners with cow ranches and has strict sourcing criteria.
Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab specialises on seafood, but don't overlook the steak.
This ritzy mini-chain in Chicago, Las Vegas, and D.C. uses only high-quality marine and land products.
Steak 48 is a growing steakhouse brand with locations in Houston, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Charlotte.
Each Steak 48 location has an in-house butcher shop where skilled butchers custom-cut 28-day wet-aged steaks, from bone-in Kansas City strips to grass-fed New York strips.