10 Arizona steakhouses to try

Above: Don’t miss the polished New American dishes and cocktails served in a serene space overlooking Camelback Mountain at Lincoln, A JW Steakhouse. Lifestyle | 5 Dec |

Here are 10 Arizona steakhouses to try, as featured in the latest issue of Experience AZ magazine.

The Stockyards Restaurant

Things to know: This Southwestern culinary landmark originally opened in 1919 as the world’s largest cattle feedlot. With the addition of a steakhouse in 1947, it’s been serving culinary aficionados ever since. It’s famous for both the role it played in Arizona’s cattle industry, as well as its stunning architectural design, and was even recently placed on the City of Phoenix Historical Register. Stockyards offers lunch, dinner, and happy hour menus, as well as a wine list. Stockyards is willing and able to accommodate large groups, ranging from 15-225. The three banquet rooms — the Rose Room, Cattleman’s Room and Gold Coast Room — are perfect for any and all occasions.

Don’t miss: All customers are treated to a traditional relish tray and a heaping basket of baking soda biscuits and cornbread muffins. After savoring these, don’t miss out on the filet mignon, served with whiskey peppercorn demi-glace bearnaise sauce, or house steak butter on the side. If steak isn’t really your thing, go for the skillet salmon with citrus-chile glaze and rice pilaf. And for dessert, try the citrus burnt cream (their version of creme brulee), a subtle and delectable way to finish off your evening. 

Bourbon & Bones Chophouse

A modern, upscale steakhouse in Scottsdale that serves wet aged and dry-aged steaks, and classic handcrafted cocktails with a modern twist.

Desert Rose Steakhouse

Capitalizing on the boom of backyard-style restaurants and bars, Desert Rose is housed in a hip renovated Glendale welding facility.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Fleming’s pairs a passion for service and seasonal ingredients with the finest USDA Prime beef.

J&G Steakhouse

J&G Steakhouse offers a sophisticated menu of steakhouse classics as interpreted by Michelin-starred chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

Lincoln, a JW Steakhouse

Lincoln’s menu boasts hand-cut Prime butcher’s steaks perfectly seared at 1,200 degrees in the Valley’s only Josper Charcoal Oven from Spain.

Mastro’s Steakhouse

Mastro’s is recognized for its combination of world-class service, highly acclaimed cuisine and elegant yet energetic atmosphere.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Morton’s steakhouse is widely regarded as the best place for prime steak anywhere.

Rustler’s Rooste

Every cowboy loves a good steak, and this is the place to go to let out your inner cowpoke in a truly western atmosphere.

The Capital Grille

More than two weeks before a steak is served to customers, The Capital Grille dry ages its meats for an unmistakable flavor and texture.

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