Favorite Austin Restaurants For Steak

You’d expect a good sized Texas city to have some good steakhouses, and Austin doesn’t disappoint in that category. There are the familiar national chain restaurants, some unique local steakhouses found only in Texas or in Austin, and upscale places offering the finest in dining, service, and atmosphere. Because steak is a multicultural delicacy, there are also Brazilian and Japanese steakhouses. Whether you’re on the hunt for a thick, juicy porterhouse or a robust garlic-seasoned picanha, you’re bound to find a place in town to satisfy your beef craving.

Below are some of the favorite Austin steakhouses.

Our Favorites

98 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin TX 78701
(512) 685-8300
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This upscale restaurant located downstairs at the Four Seasons Hotel has a warm, modern decor and flavorful entrees and sides prepared and presented nicely. Their steak choices are flat iron USDA prime, filet mignon, bone-in ribeye, and akaushi strip. They also have a wide selection of other entrees, including seafood, lamb, and chicken, and a choice of salads. Their breakfast and lunch are apparently also outstanding; their pancakes and burgers are highly recommended. Service is professional and attentive, starting with the manager.

Fogo de Chao
309 E. 3rd St., Austin TX 78701
(512) 472-0220
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An authentic Brazilian steakhouse where the gaucho chefs come to each table offering 15 different savory selections of meat, carved to order and dispensed onto your plate. Selections include T-bone lamb, filet mignon, picanha (top sirloin), beef ancho (ribeye), fraldinha (bottom sirloin), and lombo (pork loin). All delicious, with varying flavors and textures – some a little different from what you might expect. There’s also the well-stocked salad and sides bar, with prosciutto, salami, and different types of cheese and salads. If you have room for dessert, the papaya cream is a good choice.

Watch a video account of one group's dining experience at Fogo de Chao:

Eddie V's Prime Seafood
301 E. 5th St., Austin TX 78701
(512) 472-1860
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9400 Arboretum Blvd. Ste. B, Austin TX 78759
(512) 342-2642
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Despite the name, Eddie V’s also serves outstanding steaks. Recommended are the 8-ounce filet with lump crab meat or the ribeye steak. If you’re feeling adventurous you can try the beef carpaccio or the 22-ounce ribeye. For non-meat-eaters, the truffled mac and cheese is delicious. For dessert, the cream brulee is a good suggestion. Atmosphere is inviting and high class, with live piano music. Although a bit on the crowded side, it’s quiet and private. Professional, attentive service.

Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
114 W. 7th St. Ste. 110, Austin TX 78701
(512) 474-6300
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Elegant, stylish decor with private booths and roomy tables for larger groups. Great steaks, including the 12 ounce filet and the bone-in tenderloin. All seasoned and cooked perfectly to specification. Also recommended is the peppery calamari appetizer and the homemade sausage. The huge, and delicious, Friday lunchtime pork chop is also quite popular. Service is attentive and efficient.

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Austin Steak Restaurants News

Eastside restaurant serves locally-produced beef

Recently opened Jacoby's Restaurant and Mercantile on East Cesar Chavez St. serves steak from owner Adam Jacoby's ranch, and other entrees like chicken fried steak, hamburger, and mac and cheese. It also offers a selection of cocktails, based on local recipes. The custom-designed setting is rustic, with a back view of the Colorado River.

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