Grilled chuck beef steak with wine
15 Chain Restaurants That Use High-Quality Steak
The Palm
From the '20s to today, The Palm's main passion has been steak and it only serves the highest-quality prime beef. Its steaks have a lush, buttery texture.
Raised from cattle, the corn-fed beef is dry-aged for over one month. By the time the center-cut filet makes it to your table, it's been primed to be as luxurious as possible.
Smith & Wollensky
This eatery offers USDA prime and gold-grade Wagyu porterhouse steaks. Enjoy both classic and one-of-a-kind steak options, like the coffee and cocoa-rubbed filet.
For a spectacular experience, order Smith & Wollensky's signature swinging tomahawk, a 44-ounce American Wagyu bone-in ribeye that is prepared tableside.
Black Angus
Black Angus uses Certified Angus Beef, meaning its offerings of bone-in ribeye, NY strip, top sirloin, and filet mignon are of high quality and humanely sourced.
The steaks here, which go through a rigorous qualifying process, are thick with an aromatic char. Over 60 years, Black Angus has perfected its western-style flame-grilled steaks.
Ruth's Chris
Ruth's Chris, located in 38 states and 21 countries, offers steaks that are dependably tender and always sizzling. Its steaks are USDA-approved and prime-grade.
When the steak reaches the table, it's still crackling from an 1800 degrees F broiler, and you eat it off a 500 degrees F plate, so the steak is always melt-in-your-mouth tender.
For the last 30 years, Fleming has served quality steak on budget. Every kind of steak served here has been dry-aged for 21 days, then rubbed with kosher salt and pepper.
It uses USDA prime beef in the form of a NY strip, tomahawk, or ribeye. Most of the steak is broiled at 1600 degrees F, which keeps it moist and gives it a firm char.