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Blackstone Steakhouse Restaurant Review: This Long Island restaurant serves traditional steak dishes and sides, but you'll also find sushi, sashimi and a welcoming setting to boot. The stone façade, dark hardwood floors and expansive room surrounding a central fireplace evoke the feel of a Western lodge. The acoustics charge the room with sound, so we recommend requesting a table far from the bar. To start, Kobe short ribs are paired with melting burrata and a soy and ginger sauce, and Maine lobster is blended into a four-cheese mac 'n' cheese. The porterhouse, which comes in two-, three- or four-person servings, is accompanied by béarnaise, au poivre and Blackstone's own signature sauce; diners can also opt for a 28-ounce Japanese long bone Kurobuta pork chop or a lime and coconut crusted Chilean sea bass. Sushi offerings include a variety of fresh fish, specialty rolls and assorted platters. The wine list boasts over 600 bottles (mostly red), with a few saké selections for a Japanese touch. Service is attentive, even on a packed night.