DO YOU KNOW THE WAY TO SAN JOSE’S BEST STEAKHOUSES?
San Jose, California, is an excellent example of how even smaller cities can have truly outstanding steakhouses.
Here are ten of the best steakhouses anywhere…and they’re all in San Jose.
Rok Steakhouse & Grill specializes in steak cooked on a hot stone, for a beautiful sear and incredible flavor.
Willard Hicks steakhouse boasts some spectacular signature steaks, like blueberry-glazed filet mignon, a brandy-peppercorn-glazed New York strip, and a ginger-ponzu bone-in rib-eye.
Spencer’s Steakhouse serves a brisk lunch for business people, then for dinner, there are steaks – like the 22 ounce USDA prime bone-in ribeye and 32-ounce porterhouse -- aged 21 days and seared in a 1600 degree infrared Garland broiler.
Black Angus Steakhouse specializes in steaks from the namesake steer – including 12-ounce rib-eye steaks, center cut filet mignon and top sirloin – aged at least 21 days and flame-grilled.
Drying Shed Restaurant promises an “old school buffet” with classic drinks and a $45 prime rib/lobster special that comes with a wide selection of salads, vegetable, potatoes, and freshly baked bread.
Grill ‘Em is a steakhouse/sports bar, specializing in house-cured meats and gourmet-style sandwiches.
Henry’s World Famous Hi-Life serves some of the finest steaks in California, including a prime rib dinner with baked potato and salad that’s one reason why the place has been considered a local treasure since the 1950s.
Taurinus Brazilian Steakhouse presents a huge range of flame-cooked meats, served tableside, a magnificent, carnivorous festival.
Dry Creek Grill supports local farms by sourcing from places like Snake River Farms, one of the finest purveyors of beef in the world.
The Grill on the Alley is modeled after classic steakhouses, offering equally classic steaks and seafood that will, to put it bluntly, knock your socks off.