10) Quaker Steak & Lube
Walk into any of the more than 45 locations of Quaker Steak & Lube and you’ll get more of an automotive vibe than anything else, with car-related paraphernalia scattered about, and an emphasis on wings more than steak, even though it’s not called Quaker Wings & Lube. The reason this chain is on our list, however, is because the three steaks that they offer are pretty darn good. These steaks (an 8-ounce top sirloin, 11-ounce NY Strip, or 16-ounce rib-eye) are all USDA Choice, have been aged for 28 days, and get a dose of seasoning before they’re char-grilled and a dollop of spiced butter after. All steaks come with garlic bread, soup or salad, or a side dish including mac and cheese, Boston baked beans, and baked potato.