The Bay Area’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 SF 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 San Francisco/Bay Area, presented in alphabetical order.
Steak is just the start of this adventurous dining experience.
This boutique steakhouse dry-ages its Prime beef four to six weeks for optimal results.
Big views, charm and steakhouse fare can be found at this showstopper on the Embarcadero.
An unconventional steakhouse that caters to modern appetites.
Fogo de Chão is a traditional Brazilian churrascaria offering sizzling cuts of fire-roasted meats, including tender sirloin and filet mignon.
Harris’ in San Francisco offers 21-day aged cuts alongside the typical steakhouse sides.
Dark English-style old-school atmosphere dominates this longtime San Francisco restaurant that pleases those on the hunt for prime rib.