Kansas City Best Steak Steakhouses
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Traditional Brazilian churrasco from the Pampas region of southern Brazil is the specialty at Em Chamas Brazilian Grill, which is owned by brothers Sam and Nick. The restaurant opened in 2007 after they conducted extensive research in South America.
Guests get a taste of the "Old West" the moment they step inside the Great Plains Cattle Company. Located in the Ameristar Casino Hotel, the steakhouse-focused eatery boasts two fireplaces, wagon-wheel chandeliers, distressed leather seats, and classic Western artwork.
A steakhouse created by the best of friends. That's the story behind Jess & Jim's Steakhouse, which first opened as a bar and grill in 1938, then the steakhouse concept in 1957 by Jess Kincaid and Jim Wright.
An endless parade of fire-roasted meats is the theme at Fogo de Chao, the Brazilian-inspired steakhouse concept with outposts throughout the country.
Named to Thrillist's "best steakhouse in America" list from 2017 through 2020, Stock Hill reimagines the classic Kansas City steakhouse for a new generation. Its name pays tribute to its historic neighborhood in the former Kansas City Board of Trade building in south Country Club Plaza.
Located on the grounds of the Argosy Casino, The Journey Steakhouse serves up classic steakhouse fare in a modern setting. The decor is fun and bright with quirky accents throughout the space. All steaks and seafood are grilled on mesquite wood, adding additional flavor profiles to the proteins.
The Fitzpatrick Saloon Building, where The Majestic Restaurant resides, houses much of Kansas City's rich history. During Prohibition, the Fitzpatrick Saloon was converted to a haberdashery, and underneath that was a popular speakeasy. Kansas City Jazz Club now takes the place of that speakeasy.
Country Club Plaza mainstay JJ's Restaurant has been around for almost 40 years. It's received accolades from Zagat and Wine Spectator for being one of Kansas City's top steakhouses and wine-focused destinations.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey has opened his first Midwest restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri. More specifically, Gordon Ramsey Steak is in Harrah’s Kansas City, and it pays tribute to classic American steakhouses as well as Kansas City-style barbecue.
Anton Kotar's restaurant philosophy is developing relationships with farmers and trying to build on sustainability. He's been doing that since 2012 at Anton's Taproom, situated in the heart of downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
This location for Eddie V's is near the Country Club Plaza, which includes 15 blocks of major retail stores and even more restaurants. It relishes in its classic, sophisticated steakhouse theme. The interior is filled with muted, conservative color schemes, and light fixtures are strategically placed for just the right amount of lighting for a special night out.
Hereford House has been locally owned and highly flavored since 1957 in the Prairie Point-Wildberry neighborhood. Steaks here are aged for 21 days, hand-cut daily, and cooked over charcoal.
Established in 1949 in the iconic Kansas City Livestock Exchange building, the Golden Ox enjoyed a reputation as a popular Kansas City destination until it shuttered in 2014. It re-opened four years later under new ownership and a massive renovation. The restaurant specializes in steaks, a raw bar, and a few signature dishes.