SEATTLE/BELLEVUE AREA HAS COFFEE, SEAFOOD, HIGH TECH…AND FANTASTIC STEAKHOUSES
The Seattle/Bellevue area of Washington state is known for coffee, seafood, and high technology (Amazon, Microsoft, etc.). What’s less known about this beautiful part of the country is that there are fantastic steakhouses tucked here and there.
Here are ten of the very best steakhouses in Seattle/Bellevue.
John Howie Steak serves USDA prime steak and the much-sought-after wagyu from America, Australia, and Japan.
Red Cow is headed up by Chef Ethan Stowell, a master of meat, named one of the “Best New Chefs in America” by Food & Wine magazine.
El Gaucho is the place for outstanding food, and you really should check out the 28-day dry-aged Niman Ranch All-Natural Prime Certified Angus Beef: unbelievable.
Daniel’s Broiler is where you go for gorgeous 16-ounce ribeye and the 20-ounce bone-in Delmonico, with all the fixings (pro tip: all sides serve two, at least).
JaK’s Grill is known for corn-fed, Nebraska-raised beef, dry- or wet-aged for no less than 28 days; you will love this meat, and we strongly recommend you double-down on the hot sourdough bread.
Miller’s Guild is proud to have chef Jason Wilson, winner of James Beard “Best Chef: Northwest” and Food & Wine’s “Bests New Chef” awards. Wilson’s handling of prime steak will knock you out.
Joule concentrates on non-traditional cuts like the prime Bavette, Wagyu hanger steak and grass-fed rib eye.
Metropolitan Grill cooks up the steaks you hanker for, including filet mignon (#1 best seller), New York strip, porterhouse, and Delmonico.
The Tin Table is big on steak…and burgers, including the signature Floozy burger (with Painted Hills ground beef) and a Veggie burger (with Mama Lil’s mostarda).
Ruth’s Chris Steak Houses in Seattle and Bellevue have earned a national reputation with its USDA prime steaks, perfectly prepared as they are at all Ruth’s Chris locations.