New York steakhouses are beloved for their vintage charm and classic recipes, but how do they stack up when compared to the rest of the country?
Thrillist has released a list of the "31 Best Steakhouses in America" and two New York City chophouses landed on the list.
Keens opened in 1885 in Herald Square and has hosted a countless number of celebrities and dignitaries since. Diners have a delicious lineup of meats to choose from, but the restaurant's legendary mutton chops come highly recommended by customers and reviewers alike.
Cote, on the other hand, is new to the New York dining scene. The Korean steakhouse opened in the summer of 2017.
At Cote, guests cook their own meat on tabletop grills.
Cote was recently awarded one star in the 2018 New York City Michelin Guide. You can view the full list of NYC’s Michelin-starred restaurants here.