A new steakhouse has found its way to New York City that we think will give the likes of Peter Luger and Keens a run for their money. Family-owned Mastro’s Steakhouse — a well-respected establishment whose first location opened in Scottsdale in 1999, followed by a locale in Las Vegas, one in Chicago, and one in Newport Beach, Calif. — has finally opened its first East Coast outpost in Midtown Manhattan.
The new location boasts two elegantly decorated floors, each with its own bar for those who want to get their hands on Mastro’s signature dry-ice cocktails. The venue is also set to have live music seven nights a week, but the real draw is the food.
On Monday, November 10, Mastro’s Steakhouse held an opening party to end all openings, with an unparalleled raw bar that showcased the fresh, delicious seafood we have come to expect from Mastro’s. Guests were also treated to an assortment of prepared dishes, including crab cakes, tuna tartare, prosciutto-wrapped chicken, and more. The steak at Mastro’s is an experience in and of itself, more tender and flavorful than you can possibly imagine. No matter what you order off the menu at Mastro’s, there seems to be no wrong turn you can take.
While you might be familiar with steak-centric dining destinations like Wolfgang’s, Bobby Van’s, and Charlie Palmer’s, don’t only stick to what you know; broaden your carnivorous experiences to include the Mastro’s and we’re sure you won’t be disappointed.