Top 5 Steakhouses in Los Angeles: Mastro’s, STK, The PALM, BOA, CUT

Mastro’s Steakhouse
246 North Canon Dr.
(310) 888-8782

Sophisticated, Elegant, World-Class… Mastro’s Steakhouse boasts a range of excellent characteristics that makes it one of the most highly acclaimed steakhouses in LA. It has been recognized as one of the top 10 steakhouses in the U.S. by Gayot. Mastro’s doesn’t dissapoint. Enjoy live entertainment while you experience the 48 oz. double-cut porterhouse – if you’re up for the challenge.

755 North La Cienega Blvd.
(310) 659-3535

STK is a truly authentic dining experience – it has a seasonal menu and much more to offer than your average steakhouse, including signature dishes such as Foie Gras French Toast and Japanese Waygu Filet. The restaurant has been lauded by an extensive list of magazines and websites and hosts a line of celebrities who come here to enjoy the haute cuisine, delicious cocktails and remarkable service. STK Los Angeles features indoor and outdoor dining and a live DJ in the atrium bar Tuesday through Saturday. It is open 7 days a week.

1100 S. Flower St.
(213) 763-4600

This prestigious, 13,500 square-foot restaurant seats 400 visitors, who include celebrity frequenters. The Palm attracts guests looking for a comfortable environment that is at the same time stylish and refined. Try one of its prime aged steaks and for a cherry-on-top finish, its famed Chocolate Layer Cake with 7 layers and chocolate canache.

9200 Sunset Blvd.
(310) 278-2050

A-listers like Matt Damon, Kanye West and Gwen Stefani can confirm that BOA is a hip restaurant with a luxuriously delectable list of dishes, desserts and wines. Guests come here for BOA’s “40 Day” dryaged New York Strip or bone-in rib eye. Desserts are also a-plenty, but we recommend the S’mores with warm chocolate brownies, marshmallow, graham cracker crumbs, warm liquid chocolate and vanilla ice cream. Make sure to order one of its award-winning wines to compliment your meal.

9500 Wilshire Blvd.
(310) 276-8500

CUT is located in the Beverly Wilshire and boasts a creative list of steak and seafood created by chef Wolfgang Puck. CUT has been honored with a Michelin star in the 2008 and 2009 LA guides and has even been nominated for “Best New Restaurant” by the venerable James Beard Foundation. If culinary distinction isn’t enough, the interior of the restaurant was designed by acclaimed architect Richard Meier. Signature steak entrees include the Kobe Beef Short Ribs with Indian Spices and the Prime Illinois Corn-fed 21-Day Aged Bone-in Rib Eye Steak.