Top 10 Steakhouses in Los Angeles

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LA’s Best Fork-Tender Finds

Face it: You may be a master of the barbecue grill, but it’s next to impossible for you to buy top restaurant-quality beef or broil it at temperatures as high as these LA steakhouses can. From old-fashioned meat joints to modern chophouses, those that made the cut all have one thing in common: great steak. Tuck into your favorite cuts, or try new ones, at one of GAYOT’s Top 10 Steakhouses in Los Angeles, presented in alphabetical order.

Alexander’s Steakhouse

Pasadena, CA

This Bay Area import offers a luxurious dining experience in a modern setting along Pasadena’s Plaza Las Fuentes.

Where Alexander’s Steakhouse excels is with Wagyu, which it sources from four Japanese prefectures.


The Arthur J

Manhattan Beach, CA

Take a step back in time at this mid-century modern steakhouse from chef David LeFevre.

The Arthur J serves up Prime steaks alongside old-school dishes like pot roast and cherries jubilee.



Brentwood, CA

Baltaire invokes “warrior and strength” in Celtic, but this contemporary steakhouse is actually chic and sophisticated.

Satisfy your carnivorous cravings with the porterhouse for two, bone-in rib-eye, Kansas City or New York strip, Prime filet or the very luxurious and decadent A5 Japanese Wagyu.


Bourbon Steak

Glendale, CA

The menu at chef Michael Mina’s Bourbon Steak in Glendale revolves around organic, grass-fed and hormone-free beef, as well as signature items like tuna tartare and lobster pot pie.



Beverly Hills, CA

Wolfgang Puck’s modern, elegant steakhouse at the Beverly Wilshire is frequented by the movers and shakers of Los Angeles. Because what could be better with your Wagyu than a side of celebrity spotting?


Chianina Steakhouse

Long Beach, CA

This Long Beach steakhouse from Michael’s Restaurant Group teamed up with a domestic rancher to raise its own Chianina herd, which provides an exclusive source for this high-quality beef.

Savor these prized steaks alongside Yukon gratin and mushrooms with thyme.



Los Angeles, CA

Australian celebrity chef Curtis Stone and his brother, Luke Stone, present an elevated steakhouse experience at Gwen in Hollywood.

Amid the sexy, vintage-inspired décor, guests can indulge in big-ticket cuts such as a 42 oz. bone-in rib-eye Wagyu for 4-6 people.


La Boucherie on 71

Los Angeles, CA

On top of serving high-level French fare, La Boucherie on 71 presents top-quality steaks: eight cuts of Prime American beef as well as A7 or A5 Australian Wagyu.

The amazing views also help make this a must-visit steakhouse in Los Angeles.


Mastro’s Steakhouse

Beverly Hills, CA

An import from Scottsdale, Arizona, Mastro’s embraces classic steakhouse traditions as warmly as it welcomes the moneyed clientele that frequent this Beverly Hills eatery.

The straightforward but pricey bill of fare features New York strip, porterhouse and rib-eye steaks, and a smattering of options for non-carnivores.


Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener

Beverly Hills, CA

Lest you think there’s only one Wolfgang in town … Wolfgang Zwiener has brought his traditional New York steakhouse to Beverly Hills.