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Where to Find a Sensational Steak Dinner in Atlanta

Feast on filet mignon, ribeye, porterhouse, and New York strip dinners from these Atlanta restaurants

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Some nights just call for a steak dinner. Whether celebrating a momentous life event or simply treating oneself to an indulgent, meaty meal, a big, juicy steak often fits the bill. Atlanta offers everything from throwback steakhouses serving oversized platters of ribeye and center cut steak to dimly-lit bars and underground lairs where the classic steak and martini combo reigns. Here are just a few Atlanta restaurants serving stellar steak dinners.

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101 Steak

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This Vinings steakhouse is upscale yet unpretentious. Choose from filet mignon, New York strip, and steak Delmonico and pair a steak with the ultra-creamy pimento macaroni and cheese with smoked bacon. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

C. Ellet's Steakhouse

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James Beard award-winning chef Linton Hopkins (Holeman & Finch) opened C. Ellet’s Steakhouse at the Battery Atlanta in 2017. The Southern-American steakhouse takes its inspiration from New Orleans and serves a mix of surf and turf, including oysters and other raw bar favorites. As for steak, there’s everything from a bone-in, 35 day, dry-aged Kansas City strip weighing in at 20 ounces to smaller cuts such as an eight-ounce flat iron. Steaks can be served Oscar-style (lump blue crab with Hollandaise), surf and turf with lobster, or au Poivre. Check out the prime rib dinner specials, too. Outdoor seating available.

Ford Fry’s moody Westside Provisions District steakhouse serves up classic steaks like New York strip, cote de boeuf, and bone-in filets. For those looking to impress, order the Beef Wellington for two. It requires ordering 24-hours in advance. Reservations required. Outdoor seating available.

Cooks & Soldiers

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The steak on the menu at Cooks and Soldiers is meant to be shared. Weighing in at nearly two-and-a-half pounds, this bone-in ribeye is served on a wooden cutting board with a side of tempranillo bordelaise sauce and a green salad, for good measure. Reservations encouraged. Outdoor dining available.

Hal's "The Steakhouse"

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For over 22 years, Hal’s on Old Ivy in Buckhead has served as a gathering spot for happy hour martinis and hearty steak dinners for residents living in the area. Its vibe channels New Orleans with live music and a rooftop patio overlooking the street. Order the filet mignon au poivre or the 20-ounce ribeye with a side of sautéed mushrooms, Lyonnese potatoes, or white truffle mac and cheese. Reservations highly encouraged. Patio dining available. Dress code.

Kaiser's Chophouse

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Liechtenstein native Peter Kaiser knows knows steak and has spent over 30 years working at some of Atlanta’s best restaurants. At his eponymous restaurant in Sandy Springs, people can dine on everything from juicy ribeyes, barrel-cut filets, and a dry-aged porterhouse feast for two along with seafood like Maine lobster cocktail and shellfish towers. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor dining available.

Bones Restaurant

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Bone’s has been serving the city the steak dinners and martinis since 1979 in a dining room that hasn’t changed much in over 40 years. All of this old school charm comes with a pretty hefty price tag, a no cell phone use policy in the dining room, and a dress code. Reservations required.

New York Prime

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This high-end steakhouse in north Buckhead serves everything from oysters Rockefeller, crab cakes, and classic shrimp cocktail to New York strip, ribeye, and porterhouse steak dinners. Reservations highly encouraged. Upscale casual dress code.

Ticonderoga Club

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The New England-style tavern at Krog Street Market is where to head for an Ipswich clam roll, vegan noodle bowl, and veal sweetbreads paired with some of the city’s best cocktails or a top-notch glass of wine. But for those looking to indulge in a steak dinner or feed a crowd, consider ordering the Chuckwagon feast here. A dinner bell announces the arrival of the platter, which comes with 48-ounces of medium-cooked, black Angus chuck roast served with fresh horseradish, wort, and parsley and red onion salad and a choice of two sides. It feeds up to six people. Reservations required.

Kevin Rathbun Steak

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Atlanta chef Kevin Rathbun and his namesake steakhouse located on the Eastside Beltline trail in the Old Fourth Ward is one of the city’s chicest restaurants for steak, seafood, and wine. Set in a converted warehouse with a Beltline-facing patio, Kevin Rathbun Steak offers a variety of generous cuts of steak, alongside classic sides such as a wedge salad and accompaniments like lobster tail, seared foie gras, and Hollandaise sauce. Rathbun also owns nearby Italian steakhouse KR Steak Bar. Reservations required. Outdoor dining available.

Little Alley Steak

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Little Alley is a classic steakhouse with a serious whiskey collection on Canton Street in historic downtown Roswell. The restaurant serves both wet and dry-aged steaks and prime cuts of beef along with a menu of oysters and other chilled seafood. Little Alley also has a location in Buckhead at the One Alliance Center on Lenox Road. Reservations highly encouraged for both locations. Patio dining available.

Highland Tap

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After more 30 years, Highland Tap — aka “steak basement” or “steak cellar” — in Virginia-Highland still serves up ribeyes, center cut filets, and New York strips that won’t break the bank or require dressing up. Located below street level on North Highland, the restaurant offers old school steaks and sides, along with generously poured martinis, while bands like Night Ranger, Fleetwood Mac, and Run DMC play over the sound system. Reservations highly encouraged. Some sidewalk seating available.

Nowak’s

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Located in Morningside, this neighborhood steakhouse claims to “serve the best steaks in Atlanta.” Whether that’s true or not isn’t really a concern for regulars to this neighborhood steakhouse. It’s just a great spot to gather with friends for a dinner of New York strip, juicy filet mignon, or a thick cowboy ribeye with all the trimmings and steakhouse sides. Kick off a meal at Nowak’s with shrimp cocktail and a classic wedge salad.

Arnette's Chop Shop

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Arnette’s Chop Shop in the city of Brookhaven offers a variety of steaks and meat cuts, including a 14-ounce bone-in filet and a 36-ounce porterhouse. Dry-aged meat options, such as a 40-ounce old world tomahawk, are also available, along with a burger and prime rib sandwich. The dining room is situated on the main level of the restaurant with a chef’s table, bar, and raw bar. Additional seating is available upstairs at the indoor and outdoor bars and on the patio. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

Parker's on Ponce

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Located in downtown Decatur, Parker’s offers old school steak cuts such as New York strip, bone-in ribeye, and t-bones served with Southern sides like fried green tomatoes, lobster mac and cheese, hash browns, and smoked collards and bacon. Top that steak with fried lobster tail, crab Oscar, or sautéed onions. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

Lapeer Steak and Seafood

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This Alpharetta restaurant serves everything from smoked fish dip and beef tartare to lobster pasta and prime rib on the menu. Start off a meal at Lapeer with fresh oysters, the wedge salad, or salt and pepper calamari, before diving into a juicy center cut filet or a shareable 24-ounce porterhouse platter paired with whipped potatoes drizzled in steak jus and roasted broccolini. Reservations highly encouraged. Outside seating available.

Oak Steakhouse

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Located at Avalon in Alpharetta, Oak is a mixture of an old and new school steakhouse, featuring beef sourced mostly from local or Georgia-based farms. Expect classic cuts like the filet mignon or New York strip to generous bone-in rib-eyes and tomahawks. Steaks can also be order with accompaniments such as Oscar-style or with lobster. Reservations highly encouraged.

Sabores Del Plata

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There’s absolutely no shortage of steaks on the menu at this South American steakhouse in Norcross. Feast on everything from sirloin short ribs served with Argentine blood sausage sweetbreads to a $75 platter featuring ten meats, including sirloin, filet mignon, short ribs, and chitterlings.

101 Steak

This Vinings steakhouse is upscale yet unpretentious. Choose from filet mignon, New York strip, and steak Delmonico and pair a steak with the ultra-creamy pimento macaroni and cheese with smoked bacon. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

C. Ellet's Steakhouse

James Beard award-winning chef Linton Hopkins (Holeman & Finch) opened C. Ellet’s Steakhouse at the Battery Atlanta in 2017. The Southern-American steakhouse takes its inspiration from New Orleans and serves a mix of surf and turf, including oysters and other raw bar favorites. As for steak, there’s everything from a bone-in, 35 day, dry-aged Kansas City strip weighing in at 20 ounces to smaller cuts such as an eight-ounce flat iron. Steaks can be served Oscar-style (lump blue crab with Hollandaise), surf and turf with lobster, or au Poivre. Check out the prime rib dinner specials, too. Outdoor seating available.

Marcel

Ford Fry’s moody Westside Provisions District steakhouse serves up classic steaks like New York strip, cote de boeuf, and bone-in filets. For those looking to impress, order the Beef Wellington for two. It requires ordering 24-hours in advance. Reservations required. Outdoor seating available.

Cooks & Soldiers

The steak on the menu at Cooks and Soldiers is meant to be shared. Weighing in at nearly two-and-a-half pounds, this bone-in ribeye is served on a wooden cutting board with a side of tempranillo bordelaise sauce and a green salad, for good measure. Reservations encouraged. Outdoor dining available.

Hal's "The Steakhouse"

For over 22 years, Hal’s on Old Ivy in Buckhead has served as a gathering spot for happy hour martinis and hearty steak dinners for residents living in the area. Its vibe channels New Orleans with live music and a rooftop patio overlooking the street. Order the filet mignon au poivre or the 20-ounce ribeye with a side of sautéed mushrooms, Lyonnese potatoes, or white truffle mac and cheese. Reservations highly encouraged. Patio dining available. Dress code.

Kaiser's Chophouse

Liechtenstein native Peter Kaiser knows knows steak and has spent over 30 years working at some of Atlanta’s best restaurants. At his eponymous restaurant in Sandy Springs, people can dine on everything from juicy ribeyes, barrel-cut filets, and a dry-aged porterhouse feast for two along with seafood like Maine lobster cocktail and shellfish towers. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor dining available.

Bones Restaurant

Bone’s has been serving the city the steak dinners and martinis since 1979 in a dining room that hasn’t changed much in over 40 years. All of this old school charm comes with a pretty hefty price tag, a no cell phone use policy in the dining room, and a dress code. Reservations required.

New York Prime

This high-end steakhouse in north Buckhead serves everything from oysters Rockefeller, crab cakes, and classic shrimp cocktail to New York strip, ribeye, and porterhouse steak dinners. Reservations highly encouraged. Upscale casual dress code.

Ticonderoga Club

The New England-style tavern at Krog Street Market is where to head for an Ipswich clam roll, vegan noodle bowl, and veal sweetbreads paired with some of the city’s best cocktails or a top-notch glass of wine. But for those looking to indulge in a steak dinner or feed a crowd, consider ordering the Chuckwagon feast here. A dinner bell announces the arrival of the platter, which comes with 48-ounces of medium-cooked, black Angus chuck roast served with fresh horseradish, wort, and parsley and red onion salad and a choice of two sides. It feeds up to six people. Reservations required.

Kevin Rathbun Steak

Atlanta chef Kevin Rathbun and his namesake steakhouse located on the Eastside Beltline trail in the Old Fourth Ward is one of the city’s chicest restaurants for steak, seafood, and wine. Set in a converted warehouse with a Beltline-facing patio, Kevin Rathbun Steak offers a variety of generous cuts of steak, alongside classic sides such as a wedge salad and accompaniments like lobster tail, seared foie gras, and Hollandaise sauce. Rathbun also owns nearby Italian steakhouse KR Steak Bar. Reservations required. Outdoor dining available.

Little Alley Steak

Little Alley is a classic steakhouse with a serious whiskey collection on Canton Street in historic downtown Roswell. The restaurant serves both wet and dry-aged steaks and prime cuts of beef along with a menu of oysters and other chilled seafood. Little Alley also has a location in Buckhead at the One Alliance Center on Lenox Road. Reservations highly encouraged for both locations. Patio dining available.

Highland Tap

After more 30 years, Highland Tap — aka “steak basement” or “steak cellar” — in Virginia-Highland still serves up ribeyes, center cut filets, and New York strips that won’t break the bank or require dressing up. Located below street level on North Highland, the restaurant offers old school steaks and sides, along with generously poured martinis, while bands like Night Ranger, Fleetwood Mac, and Run DMC play over the sound system. Reservations highly encouraged. Some sidewalk seating available.

Nowak’s

Located in Morningside, this neighborhood steakhouse claims to “serve the best steaks in Atlanta.” Whether that’s true or not isn’t really a concern for regulars to this neighborhood steakhouse. It’s just a great spot to gather with friends for a dinner of New York strip, juicy filet mignon, or a thick cowboy ribeye with all the trimmings and steakhouse sides. Kick off a meal at Nowak’s with shrimp cocktail and a classic wedge salad.

Arnette's Chop Shop

Arnette’s Chop Shop in the city of Brookhaven offers a variety of steaks and meat cuts, including a 14-ounce bone-in filet and a 36-ounce porterhouse. Dry-aged meat options, such as a 40-ounce old world tomahawk, are also available, along with a burger and prime rib sandwich. The dining room is situated on the main level of the restaurant with a chef’s table, bar, and raw bar. Additional seating is available upstairs at the indoor and outdoor bars and on the patio. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

Parker's on Ponce

Located in downtown Decatur, Parker’s offers old school steak cuts such as New York strip, bone-in ribeye, and t-bones served with Southern sides like fried green tomatoes, lobster mac and cheese, hash browns, and smoked collards and bacon. Top that steak with fried lobster tail, crab Oscar, or sautéed onions. Reservations highly encouraged. Outdoor seating available.

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Lapeer Steak and Seafood

This Alpharetta restaurant serves everything from smoked fish dip and beef tartare to lobster pasta and prime rib on the menu. Start off a meal at Lapeer with fresh oysters, the wedge salad, or salt and pepper calamari, before diving into a juicy center cut filet or a shareable 24-ounce porterhouse platter paired with whipped potatoes drizzled in steak jus and roasted broccolini. Reservations highly encouraged. Outside seating available.

Oak Steakhouse

Located at Avalon in Alpharetta, Oak is a mixture of an old and new school steakhouse, featuring beef sourced mostly from local or Georgia-based farms. Expect classic cuts like the filet mignon or New York strip to generous bone-in rib-eyes and tomahawks. Steaks can also be order with accompaniments such as Oscar-style or with lobster. Reservations highly encouraged.

Sabores Del Plata

There’s absolutely no shortage of steaks on the menu at this South American steakhouse in Norcross. Feast on everything from sirloin short ribs served with Argentine blood sausage sweetbreads to a $75 platter featuring ten meats, including sirloin, filet mignon, short ribs, and chitterlings.

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