Steak is a staple on many menus in both restaurants and at home. From the sound of the sizzling meats on the grill to the aroma of it drifting through the air, mouths start to water. Each restaurant has its own spin on your basic steak to you dressed-up filet. Check out these great Baltimore steakhouses and their signature steak dishes and specials.
Christopher Daniel
106 West Padonia Road
Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093
(410) 308-1800
www.christopher-daniel.com

Christopher Daniels offers patrons not just juicy steak choices but daily fish specials as well. One favorite meaty dish of patrons is the Angus New York strip steak with grilled Idaho potatoes, asparagus and a bourbon reduction (choice between 8 oz or 16 oz) or the grilled tenderloin of beef with blue cheese whipped potatoes, French beans and a house steak sauce (choice between 8 oz or 12 oz). If you are looking for something a bit lighter, try the grilled steak salad with roasted portabella, crispy onions, crumbled blue cheese and a balsamic vinaigrette. If you are hungry for prime rib, go on Sunday for the brunch buffet from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The wine list offers a nice variety of offerings both in glass and bottle service.

The Oregon Grille
1201 Shawan Road
Hunt Valley, MD 21030
(410) 771-0505
www.theoregongrille.com

The Oregon Grille may not be downtown, but it is easy to get to and offers diners a rustic, yet upscale atmosphere. The dinner menu offers diners a dry aged prime sirloin, steak au poivre, cowboy steak, filet mignon and prime rib. Besides the delicious steaks, the menu also offers a selection of seafood along with lamb and vegetarian options. The Oregon Grille is also open for lunch and Sunday brunch. The bar offers a Monday night special of prime rib with a Caesar salad and side order for a set price. Do note that gentlemen are required to wear jackets after 5 p.m. in the main dining room.

Supano’s Steakhouse
110 Water Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 986-4445
www.supanossteakhouse.com

Supano’s is located on Water Street within the aged brick and cobblestone. The menu offers prime steaks, chops, seafood and Italian classics. The signature steak dishes offer a New York strip steak, prime bone-in ribeye, filet mignon and a porterhouse. Lounge in the Sinatra Bar and enjoy live music featuring Blues and Jazz. Start with a cup of cream of crab soup or the fried calamari and be sure to save room for the tiramisu.

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Luna Del Sea
300 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 752-8383
www.lunadelsea.com

Located in the Inner Harbor area, don’t let the name fool you with Lune Del Sea because not only does the menu offer great seafood but also juicy Black Angus New York strip and Black Angus filet mignon. The produce Luna uses to accompany the dishes is brought in by local famers and the beef is grass fed. If you are craving both seafood and a tender steak, try the Luna Surf and Turf with a New York strip, filet mignon or ribeye, then served with a whole Maine lobster, broiled lobster tail, jumbo lump crab cake, jumbo lump crab imperial, shrimp or scallops.

Michael’s Steak & Lobster House
6209 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 633-6485
www.michaelssteakandlobster.com

Michael’s is a family owned and operated restaurant that strives on bringing patrons fresh ingredients and entrees that are prepared to order. The menu offers 12 different beef dishes from T-bone steak, Chateaubriand (for two), prime rib, tender loin tips and steak Diane. If you are craving both seafood and steak, try one of the six different surf and turf offerings. Check the specials menu for daily lunch and dinner specials featuring steak filet mignon (lunch), prime rib (Monday and Tuesday dinner) and 40-oz steak (Thursday dinner).

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Jessica Lemmo loves to write about Baltimore’s great restaurants. From food service to the atmosphere, you can be sure Jessica will cover the entire restaurant experience. She especially likes finding her readers great discounts. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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