Some tourists visit New York City to go window shopping and see the latest fashions hanging in the artistic window displays. But as the Super Bowl approaches, some hungry visitors will prefer to see dry-aging filets from Kansas City hanging in steakhouse window displays.
But knowing where to go in the Big Apple can get confusing. Here's a list of the best of the best -- from a Brooklyn icon to a steakhouse within a gentlemen's club. Talk about a strip steak!
206 Spring St.
New York, NY 10012
Chef Michael White, who has amassed a small empire of Italian establishments in New York, goes steak-centric at this SoHo restaurant. The namesake Costata is a 44-ounce tomahawk rib-eye for two that arrives looking like it was carved from a brontosaurus with a huge curvy bone arched on the plate.
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