Below is a list of the top and leading Steakhouses in Philadelphia. To help you find the best Steakhouses located near you in Philadelphia, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Philadelphia’s Best Steakhouses:
The top rated Steakhouses in Philadelphia are:
- Barclay Prime – serves premium steak dishes in a European-library-inspired restaurant
- Marmont Steakhouse and Bar – has a wide food selection of the best-tasting steaks and other comfort food
- Chima Steakhouse – serves traditional Brazilian rodizio in an elegant restaurant setting
- Steak 48 – family-owned steakhouse committed to delivering culinary excellence and dedicated service
- Alpen Rose – available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery of their delicious selection of food
Barclay Prime serves premium steak dishes in a European-library-inspired restaurant. There are crystal chandeliers ad marble surfaces. The chef incorporated his personal touch in every steak dish. Furthermore, the steak knives exude sophistication. Their dinner main dishes include halibut chop, rack of lamb, and Barclay prime cheesesteak. Their steaks include ribeye, NY strip, and Filet mignon.
There are also steaks made with American and Japanese Wagyu. Moreover, they have sauces like bearnaise, au Poivre, and house steak sauce. There are also selections of the finest wines and beverages.
Address: 237 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: (215) 732-7560
”Excellent customer service, I was greeted with a smile, sat at my table with a smile, very intimate vibe there my waiter was right on time, he explained the menu and recommended a very good drink, cough cough and I ended up with 4. The food was sooooo good and perfectly seasoned! Yes they’re very pricey here but it’s worth it.” – Charise Green
Marmont Steakhouse and Bar
Marmont Steakhouse and Bar has a wide food selection of the best-tasting steaks and other comfort food. Their food is available for dine-in and delivery. The excellent staff provides the right attention to their guests. Furthermore, the classical dishes of steaks have a modern interpretation. This makes their food uniquely theirs. Their steak selections include filet mignon, rib-eye steak, and New York Strip Steak. In addition, there are bacon blue filet steaks, filet oscar, and Strip Monte Au Beurre Steak.
The sides menu consists of vegetable kebobs, mushroom risotto, and mashed potatoes. Moreover, they serve entrees like twin lobster tails and crispy ginger salmon.
Address: 222 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Phone: (215) 923-1100
”What a quaint little place…amazing atmosphere along with fantastic food and wait staff. We had the 4 course special… Crab bisque, Marmont salad, surf and turf and he had chocolate cake and I had bread pudding. Absolutely awesome. We will definately be back and highly recommended!!” – Karen Tall
Chima Steakhouse serves traditional Brazilian rodizio in an elegant restaurant setting. The dishes are prepared by meat chefs wearing loose-fitting trousers. The chefs walk around to ensure that their dishes meet the expectations of the customer. Furthermore, the meat is prepared with the right seasoning. It s then placed on skewers and slow-cooked over the flame.
The rodizio selections include Angus Picanha, baby top sirloin, and New York Steak. Moreover, they serve filet mignon, ribeye, and flank steak. There are also selections of salads and desserts.
Address: 1901 John F Kennedy Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: (215) 525-3233
“This was an awesome experience! Me and my boyfriend went to eat here to celebrate our 2 year anniversary, and at the end of our date they gave us a complimentary dessert with a happy anniversary piece in the middle of the dessert! The food was very great, my boyfriend doesn’t eat mash potatoes a lot but he loved them! All of the different meats were so good with plenty of flavor! The experience was worth the $136 dollar bill we received!” – Nyisha Demby
Steak 48 is a family-owned steakhouse committed to delivering culinary excellence and dedicated service. The chefs introduce unique and non-traditional approach t modern steakhouses. Furthermore, they use USDA prime steaks and ultra-premium wagyu beef. The highest quality seafood is brought to the restaurant daily. They also feature a broad selection of hand-picked spirits.
There are sections on the NY strip, bone-in ribeye, and domestic wagyu filet steaks. It is available in small and regular sizes. Moreover, they serve fresh seafood such as twin lobster tails and blue crab-stuffed soles.
Address: 260 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: (215) 552-4848
”It was my first time dining at this establishment, and I must say that I was thoroughly impressed. From start to finish, the staff was friendly and attentive. My waiter was knowledgeable and helpful throughout the meal. The food was good and the service was A+. I love the ambiance and the restaurant’s overall look. Definitely will dine here again.” – Britney Hand
Alpen Rose is available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery of their delicious selection of food. There is also a gift bar that features personally curated items. They provide the best customer service with their friendly staff. Furthermore, their steak selections include beef wellington, loin of lamb, and root beer short rib. They also serve dry-aged beef of NY strip, porterhouse, tomahawk ribeye, and ribeye.
There is also a caviar service served with potato shingles and traditional accouterments. Moreover, there are sparkling, red, and white wines. They also serve beers like a witbier, India pale ale, and pilsner.
Address: 116 S 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: (215) 600-0709
”The space is great. The food is great. Yet it was the staff that really made this a 5 star experience. We had four touch points- the hostess, the server, the bartender, and (who I called) the meat cutter. All four were personable, they seemed to really enjoy what they were doing, and I felt they were in the moment and not just rushing from one thing to the next. I felt seen and appreciated as a costumer. It was noticed. Also, this baked Alaska- I had never truly had one until tonight. Delish.” – Mike Plumtom
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.