Angus Club Steakhouse - New York
Serving New York’s best steak is what Angus Club Steakhouse is all about. Chef Edward Avdyli hand selects every steak that he’ll be firing for his guests, ensuring that only the finest USDA prime meat goes out to the tables. Elegant dining rooms, some suitable for romantic dinners, round out this experience, all in extravagant but excellent taste.
Proper aging can make all the difference to a piece of meat, and as the Wall Street Journal reports, “Chef Edward Avdyli ages his hand-selected Angus cuts for up to 35 days, instead of the average 27 or 28. In his opinion, the additional time gives the meat extra flavor that helps it stand out in the city's sea of steakhouses.”
Avdyli’s kitchen staff butchers all their meat on-site to ensure that it all has a clean and fresh flavor that’s best ensured by a fresh cut. Available steaks are traditional and straightforward: bone-in sirloin, rib eye and filet mignon, as well as a monster Porterhouse, just right for a celebration, feeding up to four in style.
At lunch, there’s a prix fixe menu, and you can also get the classic burger or steak sandwich, which will pretty much guarantee that the rest of your day goes well.
Angus Club Steakhouse is also a simply beautiful place to visit; as reported in New York Lifestyles Magazine, the restaurant is a “rare find and fits in well in the Midtown East restaurant scene where shops and hotels line Lexington and 55th Street... surprisingly beautiful Art Deco influence throughout. The bi-level restaurant boasts muted shades along with beige and metallic accents. Add leather chairs, along with the soft illumination from the chandeliers, and you have what co-owner Margent Maslinka calls a steakhouse with a not-too-overly masculine ambiance.”
Serving some of New York’s best steak, in a very good location and a beautiful space, Angus Club Steakhouse is a place where you’ll find some of the very best steaks in one of the greatest food cities in the world.