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The Most Expensive Steaks In San Francisco

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Updated: 29 October 2016
Steaks are always delcious but never cheap. Some are pricier than others, and often the check can be a shock. We take a look at the most expensive steaks in San Francisco, try them if you dare.

Alexander Steakhouse

Alexander Steakhouse is a fine restaurant with really great choices for you to enjoy. Their steaks are all high end, but it’s the dry-aged greater Omaha prime bran porterhouse 26oz which marks it out from the competition. Served with fire roasted black garlic, chive, and roasted beef butter, this pricey meal will leave you astronomically satisfied.

Harris Restaurant Steakhouse

This Van Ness Avenue restaurant offers authentic, midwestern beef platters styled with a variety of cuisine specialties. The ambience is great, but the menu is even better. Their Kobe, the authentic Japanese ribeye steak, is one of the most expensive steaks in the Bay Area. Despite its price tag, the meal is worth every penny.

Ruth’s Chris

Blessed with glorious USDA prime steak cuts in filet, ribeye, porterhouse, and New York strip to name but a few, the steaks at Ruth’s Chris are amazing value given the quality of the beef. Cooked to perfection, and served with some out of this world sides, you can rest assured that your meal will be well worth it.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Double cut steaks, center cuts, ribeye, and prime strips; Morton’s The Steakhouse is one of the most well equipped yet expensive steak houses in San Francisco. Around for over 15 years, the chefs here are specialists at created a perfectly grilled and juicy steak.

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Osso Steakhouse

Boasting top grade 100% USDA prime, certified Angus beef, sourced from eight of the most qualified buyers around, Osso Steakhouse‘s steaks are well deserving of their status as one of San Francisco’s most expensive steakhouses. Their steaks are prepared with the perfect air flow, temperature and humidity, guaranteeing a tender and delicious cut of beef.

Mason Pacific

Also making the list is Mason Pacific‘s ribeye for two. This beautiful neighborhood bistro (along the cable car line at the intersection of Nob Hill, Russian Hill and Chinatown) offers the pricey Schmitz Ranch beef, which is dry aged in-house. Although expensive, this restaurant is well worth it.

Izzy’s Steakhouse

Inspired by the late Izzy Gomez, this steakhouse offers its patrons some of the very best New York sirloin steaks, New York au poivre, Steak Dianne, and filet mignon. Izzy’s motto is, ‘the very best quality steaks, at the most reasonable prices,’ and this is exactly what they offer. You’re guaranteed a perfectly scrumptious meal for a weighty yet well-deserved price.