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Located in Greenville, MS, Doe’s Eat Place started as a small grocery store in 1903. Today, Doe’s Eat Place remains one of the most popular, family-owned steakhouse operations in the South.
502 Nelson St
Greenville, MS 38701
Few states compare to Nebraska for having the freshest, richest steak. And the best steak joints aren’t just in Omaha or Lincoln but in Waterloo as well.
2620 River Rd Dr
Waterloo, NE 68069
The steaks here may look burned, but they’re actually far from it. Cooked to perfection, each steak is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside -- and so tender you don’t even need a knife to cut it.
2416 W State St
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Head to Pittsburgh’s hottest new meal spot! This gastropub opened in 2011 and has been keeping the people of Pittsburgh full and happy ever since.
649 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
The menu at this historic restaurant and bar consists of classics like smoked ribs, serious cuts of beef, Alaskan king crab legs, and Montana-raised, grass-fed bison, garlic roasted and peppered.
2401 Montana Ave
Billings, MT 59101
Consistently ranked atop every steakhouse survey, Smith & Wollensky is one of the most visited restaurants in New York and among the most celebrated steakhouses in the world.
49th & 3rd Ave
New York NY 10022
In 1985, mob kingpin Paul Castellano was assassinated on the sidewalk outside Sparks. The hit launched the career of mob boss John Gotti and brought national attention to a place now considered one of the best steakhouses in Manhattan.
210 E 46th St
New York, NY
This 110-year-old establishment continues to impress, with recognition from the James Beard Foundation and the honor of being called “one of the top 10 classic restaurants in the world” by Forbes magazine.
117 S Illinois St
Indianapolis, IN 46225