The snow is falling. The fire is crackling. In some cities, entire cars were recently frozen in ice blocks. This is no time for salad. A rare meat and red wine reckoning is upon us. It’s time to obey your inner caveman.
In honor of surviving The Polar Vortex, Yahoo Travel sought out America’s famed institutions of dry aging and in-house butchering. These steakhouses have managed to serve cuts so delectable, some of them have celebrated more than a century in business. Dine in the candlelit museum that is Keen’s Chophouse in Manhattan, or experience the smoky appeal only achieved by the open flame grills of Bohanan’s down in San Antonio, Texas. Seeking out a perfect prime rib in San Francisco just might make winter (dare we say it?) enjoyable.
Pull up a chair. Pick up a knife. It’s steakhouse season, and these are the top 10 places to revel in it.
Peter Luger, New York City
Peter Luger has been serving enormous, piping hot steaks since 1887. In that century-plus-some, they’ve learned theRead More »from 10 classic steakhouses to visit soon