Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse
Offering prime dry aged porterhouse steaks is not the only thing Ben and Jack’s restaurant does to perfection – their classic NYC steakhouse menu has everything from fresh seafood to mouthwatering sides, and exquisite desserts.
About Ben and Jack’s Steakhouse: Ben and Jack, long-time waiters of New York’s famous Peter Luger’s Steakhouse, opened this beautiful restaurant in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, along with a former Peter Luger chef. They offer prime, dry aged porterhouse steaks and a dazzling assortment of steakhouse favorites. The beef, Midwestern prime, is dry aged on the premises for 21 to 28 days. It arrives sizzling hot, awash in butter and the steak’s natural juices. The signature cut is a porterhouse for two, three, or four, served sliced alongside its king-sized bone; the meat is silky and lean whereas the marbled rib eye has a richer mouth feel. Sirloin, filet mignon, lamb, salmon, and lobster are also on offer, and traditional steakhouse add-ons round out the menu: simple salads, several kinds of potatoes, creamed spinach, and cheesecake.
Distance from the Row NYC hotel: 20 Blocks
- 255 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10016