Smith and Wollensky in New York, NY is a classic steakhouse featured on popular TV shows like Best Thing I Ever Ate, Food Paradise, and more. Enjoy classic steakhouse dishes in a historic atmosphere featuring walls lined with historic photos and memorabilia.
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Old school steak house. Only offer 2 cuts, filet and prime sirloin.
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Asian Sandwiches American
Bobby Flay - Pizza
serving authentic austrian schnitzel platters
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Chicago Italian Beef Sandwich
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Steakhouse Traditional American
legendary Lobster Rolls stuffed with fresh Maine lobster
Manhattan, New York City
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Italian Steakhouse Seafood
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classic pizza by the slice (which is said to have originated at Patsy's) by making a pizza from a mix of mother dough, salt, ...
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Traditional American Hamburgers Hot Dogs
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Traditional American Eclectic & International Hot Dogs
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the oldest family name in deep-dish pizza. Layer after layer of cheese, meat, veggies and sauce, bake on a delicate, buttery ...
Guy Fieri - Chaps Submarine
He feasts his eyes on a mammoth deep-dish pizza overflowing with meat and, of course, tons of bacon.
Marc Summers - Cheesesteak
Italian Cheesesteak Fast Food
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Traditional American Hamburgers Hot Dogs
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Traditional American Cajun & Creole
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Seafood Cajun & Creole
Cheesesteak feud - loser.
Steakhouse Soups Traditional American
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Traditional American Hamburgers
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Anne Thornton - The Godfather
Traditional American Vegetarian Sandwiches
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Wolfgang Puck - French Dipped Sandwiches
Soups French Traditional American
Fried Chicken Eggs Benedict
Traditional American New American
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New York City, renowned for its diverse culinary scene, boasts some of the most expensive and luxurious steakhouses in the world. Often featured on television shows for their exceptional quality and dining experiences, these steakhouses offer prime cuts of beef, expertly cooked and accompanied by gourmet sides and fine wines. From historical establishments serving classic dishes to modern eateries pushing culinary boundaries, these steakhouses garner attention from celebrity chefs, earn Michelin stars, and receive rave reviews. More than just the food, they offer a memorable dining experience marked by plush interiors, excellent service, and a vibrant atmosphere. Shows like "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives", "The Best Thing I Ever Ate", and "Food Paradise" often spotlight these venues, showcasing the opulence of New York's steakhouse scene.