The Top 5 Steakhouses in Los Angeles

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Chi Spacca
Chi Spacca

Photo Credit: Anne Fishbein

Where should you choose to sink your teeth into a succulent T-bone, or wolf down a beautiful Wagyu? Here are our picks for the top 5 steakhouses in the City of Angels.

1 CUT by Wolfgang Puck

Beverly Wilshire
Wolfgang Puck's haute meat-ery is a prime place that can't be missed. This sleek spot, located at the tony Beverly Wilshire which is beloved by celebrities and power players alike, was designed by Getty Center architect Richard Meier to be completely modern. The two-level eatery features an exhibition-style kitchen, art by John Baldessari and an innovative menu. You'll find fan favorites in addition to pricier (and rarer) pieces of meat like Kobe beef sashimi here in Puck's typical non-traditional food styling. Don't miss the Kobe beef short ribs with Indian spices.
Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel) 9500 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills (310) 276-8500

2 Baltaire

Baltaire is the answer to every health-loving AND steak-loving Angelno's prayers. Executive Chef Travis Strickland has curated a menu of steak options with lighter, more SoCal-style fare assuring a packed house on any given evening. In terms of steaks, you'll have your pick of options like a prime petit filet, a bone-in filet, a NY Strip, grass-fed NY Strip, Japanese wagyu, dry-aged porterhouse, dry-aged côte de boeuf and even a steak tasting. Paired with King Crab Oscar, blue cheese fondue, au poivre, foie gras or bearnaise, this is one truly sublime steak menu.
11647 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles (424) 273-1660

3 Chi Spacca

Kelly Campbell
When the names "Silverton," "Batali" and "Bastianich" are involved, you know you're eating something special. Such is the case of chi SPACCA from the team behind Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza (conveniently nestled between Mozza2Go and Osteria Mozza,) which, in Italian, means “he who cleaves." Beautifully prepared dishes include milk-braised veal breast; braised lamb neck served with lemon, mint and olives; Moorish" lamb shoulder chop with mint yogurt and cilantro; beef & bone marrow pie; a Tomahawk porkchop; and the big daddy, a 50 oz dry-aged black Angus porterhouse.
6610 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles (323) 297-1133

4 Jar

Anne Fishbein
Jar, a modern chophouse in the heart of Los Angeles, dazzles Angelenos with the allure of Chef Suzanne Tracht’s familiar retro dishes from the American culinary repertoire, including her signature Pot Roast, Kansas City Steak, wild and sustainable Fish, Lemon Grass Chicken, Black Mussels with Lobster Bearnaise and Fennel Salt, award winning French Fries, market-fresh sides and perfect martinis. Make sure to try the plethora of sauces offered as well, of which include Béarnaise, Lobster Béarnaise, Tamarind, Green Peppercorn, Creamy Horseradish, Lemon Caperberry Relish with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Spicy Mustard and Thyme Butter.
8225 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles (323) 655-6566

5 Mastro's Ocean Club

Mastro's Malibu Ocean Club
This supremely elegant Malibu locale offers prime cuts of meat, as well as enormous seafood towers, sushi and epic desserts like this restaurant's signature warm butter cake. While the menu here is equally as focused on seafood, you can't go wrong with its heavy menu of meaty favorites, from petite filets to New York City strips to Kansas City strips.
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