MostBest Chicago | Steakhouses

There are 227 steakhouses in Chicago. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

Carnivores, rejoice! Get ready to sink your teeth into some of the best steaks Chicago has to offer.

DAVID BURKE’S PRIMEHOUSE

Any steakhouse worth its weight in A1 will know how to cook a steak to a customer’s liking—but at David Burke’s Primehouse, they take it a step further. Each steak is hand selected and aged to perfection in the restaurant’s very own aging room. Don’t miss out on fine cuts like their 55-Day Aged Rib Eye and 35-Day Kansas City Strip.

For perfectly aged steaks that you won’t find anywhere else, David Burke’s Primehouse is it.

We Love Their: 55-Day Aged Rib Eye, 35-Day Kansas City Strip, Shellfish Tower

616 N Rush St
(312) 660-6000
www.davidburkesprimehouse.com

BAVETTE’S BAR & BOEUF

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via Bavette’s Bar & Boeuf

With its plush leather seating and smooth jazz floating through the air, Bavette’s Bar and Boeuf creates an intimate, romantic atmosphere that’s ideal for enjoying their prime cuts of steak. Try their Traditional Filet Mignon, which is seasoned with steak salt and served with a decadent béarnaise sauce.

A date night at Bavette’s is sure to impress every time!

We Love Their: Traditional Filet Mignon, Thick Cut Bacon, Short Rib Stroganoff

218 W Kinzie St
(312) 624-8154
www.bavetteschicago.com

GIBSON’S BAR & STEAKHOUSE

Serving enormous cuts of steak and even bigger martinis, Gibson’s Bar & Steakhouse is a great spot to indulge in every possible way. Grab a spot at an outdoor table and order up a juicy Bone-In Filet Mignon with a side of creamy Blue Cheese Scalloped Potato. Wash it all down with one of their famous martinis, and you’ve got yourself quite the meal.

Kick back, relax, and don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled—Gibson’s is a known celebrity hotspot.

We Love Their: Bone-In Filet Mignon, Porterhouse, Blue Cheese Scalloped Potato

1028 N Rush St
(312) 266-8999
www.gibsonssteakhouse.com

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