Steakhouse Chains With the Best Quality Meat US

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Longhorn Steakhouse's quality and pricing are shocking. Its quality comes from the brand's wood grill. He says that eating wood-fired beef "jingles your Genes."

Longhorn Steakhouse

"Aged for 23-28 days and specially cut following Morton's standard, by a network of professional meat cutters," Morton's Prime Beef is the USDA's highest quality grade.

Morton's The Steakhouse

A spokeswoman adds, "The steakhouse prides itself on its pick of only the best cuts of USDA Prime beef that are fried to perfection using its

Ruth's Chris

famed broiling process and served on a 500-degree sizzling plate to retain that 'last bite as good as the first' attitude."

Fogo de Chao is a Brazilian-American steakhouse. The Brazilian gaucho style of growing, harvesting, and finding food with respect for farmers,

Fogo de Chao

animals, and customers who value excellent meat, underpins its meat-sourced philosophy.

Don Shula in Florida created the SHULA CUT to raise steak quality globally. It's a quality Black Angus steak from Graham Angus Farms in Georgia that's matured, sliced, and trimmed.

Shula's Steakhouse

The business uses only Midwest Angus USDA Choice or USDA Prime beef, the former finished on a corn-fed diet for increased marbling, richness, and softness.


Smith & Wollensky also works with cattle ranches. In 2017, Washington's family-owned Double R Ranch supplied the chain's premium meats.

Smith & Wollensky

This upscale mini chain in Chicago, Las Vegas, and Washington, D.C. uses only the best marine and land products.

Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

They're served with sautéed blue cheese, crab cakes, and foie gras after being broiled at 1,800 degrees.

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