The Top 5 Steakhouses in Los Angeles

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Where do you go in LA when you’re in the mood for a great T-bone and a glass of Pinot? Look no further — Haute Living has the answers to your meaty questions!

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1 Mastro's Steakhouse

Mastro's is less a steakhouse and more of an institution. This Beverly Hills-located celebrity haunted is home to one of the most exceptional double cut 48 oz porterhouses and and Kansas City strips you'll be likely to ever taste.
246 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 888-8782

2 Cut

Wolfgang Puck's steakhouse isn't just one of the most aesthetically pleasing you'll be likely to find, but also one of the best. Here, at the Regent Beverly Wilshire, you'll be able to eat your Kobe beef short ribs in a stylish, upscale setting.
9500 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (310) 276-8500

3 LA Prime

For a (steak) room with a view, head to LA Prime, located on the 35th floor of the Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites in downtown LA. Gaze in awe at the panoramic skyline while noshing on Executive Chef Andreas Nieto 's masterful menu of filets.
The Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites 404 S Figueroa St Los Angeles, CA 90189

4 Jar

Suzanne Tracht calls her delightful West Hollywood eatery a "chophouse' and gourmet chops are what you'll find. You'll dine on Coq au Vin, pot roast and sirloin strips in a classic setting that's reminiscent of old Hollywood. Go on, order that Manhattan. Trust us, it will feel appropriate here.
8225 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (323) 655-6566 oin strips in a classic setting that's reminiscent of old Hollywood. You'll bein a suit and tie, white tablecloths, an iceberg wedge on the menu, a playlist of Sinatra and Armstrong and Nina Simone — and some of the best steaks in Los Angeles. Not only will your dry-aged Kansas City steak or your filet of beef or your prime rib-eye arrive perfectly cooked and presented, it will be served with a little white ceramic boat of sauce like the perfect accessory (a cufflink, a pocket square). The beef is so tender that it hardly needs the lobster béarnaise in the first place, but you are not here for restraint. (Think to yourself: What would Frank do?) Order a martini or two, then the stellar chocolate pudding for dessert. 8225

5 The Palm

No one will ever be left hungry at The Palm. Literally, this downtown LA steakhouse located in the storied Toy Center building is 13,500 square feet and seats 400 guests. Despite the large space, you'll be treated like family at this old-school establishment, which has been in operation since 1975.
1100 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90015 (213) 763-4600
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