Wednesday, August 21, 2019

The Best Steakhouses in Toronto

The best steakhouses in Toronto are all about the glory of the good old days. Not only are these places about cuts of prime beef dry aged to perfection, they're also where you'll find plush interiors full of velvet, leather and low lighting. Grab a stiff drink and tuck into your favourite steak at these restaurants.

Here are the best steakhouses in Toronto.

4 - BlueBlood Steakhouse

Casa Loma is the perfect setting for this steakhouse of royal proportions. Epic cocktails and seafood towers accompany striploins, porterhouses and tomahawks on the menu, and you can even do a $250 wagyu filet tasting.
9 - Black Angus Steakhouse

Around for over 50 years in Etobicoke, this restaurant is largely credited with introducing Scottish Angus Beef to Toronto. Indulge in a bespoke butcher's board, or even have steak for brunch here.
10 - Michael's on Simcoe

This restaurant that resides somewhat obviously near King and Simcoe serves Penokean Hills as well as A5 Japanese beef that can fetch over $1300. There’s also Wagyu, Australian Wagyu and Black Angus steak.
6 - Barberian's Steakhouse

This tried and true steakhouse near Yonge and Dundas has been around for over 50 years. Steaks are aged in house and there's an epic high-ceilinged wine cellar.
8 - STK Toronto

Yorkville is home to this outpost of a luxury chain that does dry-aged bone-in strips, tomahawks, porterhouses and Delmonicos.
11 - The Keg Mansion

Housed in historic Euclid Hall on Jarvis, you can find the Keg’s unique Teriyaki Sirloin and Baseball Top Sirloin here as well as their iconic steak and seafood pairings.
3 - Jacobs & Co. Steakhouse

This restaurant with a piano bar near King and Brant has a phenomenal reputation, and lists their steaks by source on their menu, including Kobe that goes for over $1000.
7 - Harbour Sixty Steakhouse

This glitzy restaurant in South Core serves bone-in New York striploin, tenderloin and rib steak, as well as truffle steak and eggs, A5 Japanese Kobe and some of the city's best martinis.
5 - Harry's Steak House

Near Bloor and Islington, this steakhouse feels like a VIP club where steaks are grilled in view of the bar, including bone-in and bacon-wrapped filet mignon, dry-aged bone-in rib steak, and classic New York striploin.

by Amy Carlberg via blogTO

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