Mahogany Prime Steakhouse Omaha, Neb.

Bone-in Filet, $53.99

Four ounces of bone protect this sought-after steak as it cooks. Succulent beyond description, only two of these cuts come from any one steer.


Cassie’s Cody, Wyo.

Porterhouse, $36

Dry-cured, aged, and cut to order. Eat it rare to medium-rare to appreciate the full flavor.


Brenner’s Steakhouse Houston, Texas

10 oz. Filet, $36

So tender you can cut it with a butter knife, this USDA Prime steak is served au jus.


Donovan’s Steak and Chop House Phoenix, Ariz.

8 oz. Prime Filet, $38

They claim this is the most tender steak you can find—anywhere.


Cattleman’s Steakhouse Fabens, Texas

2 lb. T-Bone Steak, $25.95

Raised on the premises, this cut is rubbed with Cattleman’s unique blend of spices.


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