The Five Best Steakhouses in San Diego

San Diego is a cultural melting pot of many cuisines. You can find everything here from the trendiest Korean hotpots to the best Mexican taquerias. However, San Diego offers more meat than these dishes could provide. If you’re really hankering for a nice piece of steak, you’d be glad to know that San Diego is home to some pretty amazing steakhouses. The city has a variety you can choose from, but no matter where you go, you can guarantee that your iron cravings will be satisfied by the day’s end. Here are the five best steakhouses that the unlikely city of San Diego has to offer.

Stake Chophouse and Bar

Don’t get intimidated by the prices at Stake. Dining here is a complete experience. You’re not going into Stake just to gobble up meat like a caveman. This modern and refined restaurant does things a little differently than the average chophouse. What you get for the price is the ability to choose your cut of meat and what knife you could cut it with. That’s right. Along with your meal comes a box that feature a selection of knives for you to choose from. It’s a neat little experiment that seems to fare well with patrons. If you’re going to Stake, we highly recommend the Brooklyn bacon steak. It’s one thing we can guarantee that you’ve probably never had before if you’ve never been there.

Greystone

If you’re looking for another unique steakhouse experience, Greystone offers yet something different as well. This time, the difference comes in the types of meat that they serve. This restaurant is a great option for those brave souls that dare to eat anything that’s served on a plate. Of course they have Japanese wagyu beef, but that’s not the meat were talking about. Greystone happens to serve exotic delicacies such as buffalo tenderloin, elk chop, and wild boar sausage. If you’ve never had boar before and would like to try it, head on to Greystone to have your fill. Chances are you’ll come back again for more.

Donovan’s Steakhouse

It’s hard to imagine that Donovan’s started out as a food court option. This name has come along so far from its humble beginnings that eating here almost feels like an achievement in itself. The key to their success lies in their technique of flash frying their meats at 1,600 degrees. This means that all the juices are sealed in the cut you’ve chosen, and those juices will only come out when you cut through it to put in your mouth. It’s basically steak as it should be done. Donovan’s is one of the most elegant steakhouses in the city, and if you’re looking for a classic steakhouse experience, this would be the perfect place to go.

Island Prime

If you happen to be downtown and suddenly feel the urge for steak, you’re in luck because Island Prime is probably right around the corner. This restaurant offers some pretty amazing views of Harbor Island and the bay. It also features a wonderfully Californian menu. Staying true to its island name, you can get the best seafood along with your cut of meat. It’s the perfect place to have surf and turf nights. Once you’re don with your meal, both your stomach and your eyes will be satisfied and ready for the next visit. Remember to try as many things as you can on the menu each time you go though. There’s not one item on the menu that’s not delicious.

Cowboy Star Restaurant and Butcher Shop

Whenever we hear of cowboys and steakhouse, we automatically think big cut meats and lots of food. You will get a hefty cut, but that’s not what this restaurant is known for. You’ll understand as soon as you walk into the place. You’ll dine here and leave feeling like a true cowboy or cowgirl because the décor will instill it in you. All their steaks are hand-cut from their very own butcher shop. This alone will let you know that the quality of their meats is some of the highest in the city. All their ingredients are also locally sourced, so you know that everything is as fresh as if you picked them in your own farm or garden.


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