Empire Steak House - New York
Putting to use their vast experience at Peter Luger’s legendary steakhouse, the Sinanaj brothers set a table with some of the best steak in New York City, prime and cooked exactly the way you like it, perfect for a business dinner or a romantic get-together. If you favor dark spirits, you’ll be delighted with Empire Steak House’s whisky treasury.
Though famous for their USDA prime aged porterhouse steak, Empire Steak House brings the steak house experience – big time – with many other notable entrées, served at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
In addition to the filet mignon and sirloin, there are a few cuts you will have a hard time finding anyone else, even in a steak-loving city like New York. There’s the Emperor’s Steak for Two, which is a porterhouse cut from the backend of the steer so it has an exceptionally tender tenderloin, a favorite piece. You can also get Wagyu A5 tenderloin and ribeye steaks.
Also somewhat unusual is the Cajun Bone In Ribeye Steak, which you’ll want to get if you prefer your red meat with a spicy kick.
It’s no secret that seafood at steak places is regularly surprisingly wonderful, and Empire Steak House is no exception: sea bass, salmon, Dover sole and other favorites are all here and prepared just right.
In addition to a good wine list, with emphasis on the reds, there’s a very impressive collection of whisky, including a Hibiki 12 year old and a Jameson Rarest Vintage Reserve – as well as a breath-taking Macallan 30 year. If your tastes are more in line with classic Cognac, there’s a Richard Hennessey and a Remy Martin Louis XIII.
Empire Steak House is getting a lot of recognition from the New York press; “Timeout New York” gushes “For the classic New York steakhouse experience, look no further than Empire Steak House.”
From a team that’s produced a string of fabulous steak houses, Empire Steak House delivers what you’re looking for in a place for steak.