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You can get outstanding seafood in Fort Lauderdale – no doubt about that – but during the holidays, Fort Lauderdale is all about the steak. Here are ten of Fort Lauderdale’s best steakhouses, serving up dinners featuring some of the best red meat in the world.


New York Prime  is focused on red meat, and during the holidays, they’re serving their annual Slow Roasted Beef Tenderloin.


Steak 954 knows how to make you happy with one dish: 8 ounce Sanuki Olive-Fed Ribeye from Kagawa Prefecture, Japan.


Diplomat Prime Steakhouse, like many of America’s best steakhouses, has one big steak made for big appetites: here, it’s a 38 ounce, 45 day dry-aged long bone prime tomahawk ribeye.



Lobster Bar Sea Grille may not sound like a steakhouse, but it certainly is, with spectacular steaks like Black Diamond Super Prime rib eyes and NY strip.


Tropical Acres Steakhouse, “South Florida’s Oldest and Finest Steakhouse,” has their holiday offering of King Cut of Prime Ribs of Beef. You want it.


GG’s Waterfront has much seafood, and some well-curated steaks including a boneless C.A.B. ribeye that will blow your mind: all the deliciousness, none of the bone.


Cut 432 has meat you want, in a size to suit you, from eight-ounce filets to twenty-two ounce bone-in rib eyes.


Salt7 knows the bone adds flavor to the meat, and they serve a mean bone-in filet and bone-in rib eye.


Cocoanut Creek might be the Florida steakhouse of our dreams, and dreams come true with the amazing Grilled Bone-In Veal Chop and the Sandman Porterhouse for Two.


Rivertail is known for its lobster donut, but you want to check out the menu section “For the Carnivores.” You won’t be disappointed.



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