20 "Steaks" Restaurants in Chicago.
Much like Korean BBQ, each table at Holu has a grill where the server (or you, if you like throwing caution to the wind) cooks your steak.
Bodega Sur is an excellent alternative to Tango Sur, with both a retail section and a full bar.
Tavern on Rush is a busy restaurant and bar in the Gold Coast with lots of outdoor seating.
Gibsons is a classic Chicago steakhouse that deserves its reputation.
Dutch & Doc’s is a brasserie in Wrigleyville serving housemade pastas and steaks.
Gibsons Italia, in River West, is the trendy Italian sister spot to Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse.
BLVD is a restaurant in the West Loop that’s supposed to evoke the feel of 1950′s glamour, and fails utterly with terrible food.
Blu 57 Seafood & Small Plates is an upscale Thai fusion restaurant in Andersonville.
GT Prime feels your typical steakhouse in River North, but it serves a lot more than just steak. That’s why we like it.
Chicago Cut is a great steakhouse right on the river ideal for special occasions and power business meals.
El Che Bar is a cool and trendy Argentinian restaurant in the West Loop.
Bavette’s is an intimate steakhouse that’s great for date night or dinner with a few friends.
Swift & Sons might have a separate seafood restaurant inside of it, but this steakhouse is the star of the show.
Maple & Ash sits in the middle of the Chicago steakhouse Venn diagram. It’s both new-school and old.
Boeufhaus is a different kind of Chicago steakhouse. It's small, loud, cool, and still serves excellent steaks.