MICHELIN Guide 2016
This smart and sleek steak haven continues to claim its rightful place among the faithful haunts of area residents, business types, and carnivores in town. Handsome in its dark wood-paneled glory, with a wine cellar display and white tablecloths, this traditional den exudes a clubby Wall Street scene. Expect to see a crowd of suits discussing stocks, shares, and sports scores, of course. The quality of USDA Prime beef is paramount here, but the culinary technique is just another reason why this steakhouse succeeds. Steaks are perfect medium rare, brushed with sweet melting fat, seasoned with salt, and perhaps served with a gravy boat of béarnaise sauce. Finish off with a classic slice of pecan pie topped with swirls of whipped cream.
MICHELIN guide inspectors Good standard.
FOOD 24 DECOR 20 SERVICE 24 COST $86
Pack a "huge appetite" and a "corporate card" to best enjoy this chop shop "on the fringe of the Financial District", where "lunch is a better value"; "no-frills", "standard steakhouse" digs put the focus on the "outstanding" beef (and "even better" bacon appetizer) delivered by "friendly pro" staffers.
MarkJoseph Steakhouse has been serving the best USDA Prime Dry Aged Porterhouse in New York City since 2000. Raising the bar of excellence for authentic New York City Steakhouses, MarkJoseph Steakhouse combines excellent food and polished service all in a comfortable atmosphere.
Dining at MarkJoseph Steakhouse you will find that your entrees are consistently prepared exactly how you like them! Porterhouse always arrives to your table sizzling and prepared to perfection. With a Zagat food rating of 24 even the most prestigious palate will be delighted. Voted #1 Rated Steakhouse in Manhattan in 2005 and 2007.