19) Mr. B’s, Milwaukee from America's 20 Best Steakhouses Slideshow

America's 20 Best Steakhouses Slideshow

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20) Cattleman’s Steakhouse, Fabens, Texas

In Texas, it’s all about the cattle, and you can’t get much closer to the source than at Cattleman’s Steakhouse, just outside El Paso. For 40 years, owner Dieter Gerzymisch has been purchasing fresh meat daily from local ranches and portioning it out on the premises, and it goes without saying that the menu is all about meat, meat, and more meat. There’s the top sirloin, New York strip, filet, and rib-eye, each weighing in at 10 ounces, and then come The Wagon Master, a 1 ¼-pound T-bone, The Cowgirl, a 1 ½-pound T-bone, and finally, The Cowboy, a full 2 pounds of T-bone goodness. Each steak comes with a baked potato, beans, coleslaw, bread, butter, and sour cream, just in case you’re still hungry. Yeah, it may be a little kitschy with its Wild West theme and gift shop, but when it comes to steak, Cattleman’s is the real deal. 

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