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Dallasites are spoiled with some of the best beef in all the land. Whether you are dining on a dry-aged rib eye or Japanese Wagyu, you can be sure it is cooked to perfection and served with scrumptious sides and a great glass of red. Here are the five best steakhouses in Dallas that take meat and potatoes to a whole new level.
Best for: A quintessential Dallas experience
The famous steakhouse was recently made over, but it’s still the same buzzing atmosphere with spectacular steaks (the Wagyu dry-aged rib eye is a must).
4217 Oak Lawn Ave.; 214-219-2201 or albiernats.com
Best for: Seeing and being seen
While you’re on your date with a cowboy (the “Long Bone” cowboy rib eye with black truffle butter), keep an eye out for celebs.
3008 Maple Ave.; 214-871-7444 or nick-sams.com
Best for: Impressing your grandparents
You can’t beat the original Lemmon Avenue location for a classic filet mignon and buttery Chardonnay.
4300 Lemmon Ave.; 214-528-9446 or bobs-steakandchop.com
Best for: Top Chef lovers
John Tesar's (of Top Chef fame) selection of dry-aged beef is enough to get us through the door. But the five-piece bacon tasting will have you dreaming of it long after.
5300 E. Mockingbird Lane.; 214-443-9339 or knifedallas.com
Best for: Wine aficionados
This family-owned steakhouse offers up great steaks with sophisticated pairings by master sommelier Barbara Werley.
10477 Lombardy Lane.; 214-366-2000 or pappasbros.com
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