MostBest Seattle | Steakhouses

There are 73 steakhouses in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

Cooking a perfect steak is almost an art. With the biggest, juiciest cuts and sides that are to-die-for, you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu at these hotspots.


via Flickr user Matt Wunderle

via Flickr user Matt Wunderle

Metropolitan Grill is a steakhouse with an emphasis on the overall experience. This elegant eatery has high-class service, some of the best chops in the city, and an exceptional selection of wine, cocktails, and liquor. The wine list features more than a dozen Sommelier Selections and Executive Chef Eric Hellner personally selects every cut of meat.

We Love Their: Châteaubriand for Two, Prime Filet Mignon, 2011 Fattoria Nittardi

820 2nd Ave Seattle
(206) 624-3287


via Flickr user John Mau

via Flickr user John Mau

John Howie Steak offers Seattle some of the best prime aged steaks around. Diners can choose from 28-day, 35-day, or 42-day aged USDA prime beef. You can even indulge in 100% full-blood Wagyu from Australia and A5 cuts from Japan. Your waiter will go on to present you with a wooden, velvet-lined box with a knife placed inside to cut your steak.

We Love Their: Japanese Wagyu New York Steak Strip, Zabuton, Lobster Mashed Potatoes

11111 NE 8th St
(425) 440-0880


via Flickr user Ming Yen-Hsu

via Flickr user Ming-yen Hsu

Chic and sophisticated with an old-school mentality of exceptional class, El Gaucho truly goes above and beyond. The cuts are exquisite no matter which you go for. The service is beyond exceptional, there’s a massive wine list tailored by a sommelier, and you can attend special wine pouring events. Come for an elegant date night with all the stops.

We Love Their: Dry-Aged Sirloin, Filet Mignon, Half-Pound Lobster

2505 1st Ave
(206) 728-1337