Old Homestead Steakhouse

Two German brothers opened the Old Homestead in the heart of the meatpacking district in 1868 – making it one of the longest continually serving restaurants in the USA. The iconic restaurant is legendary for its melt-in-your-mouth prime-aged USDA Texas-size slabs of beef. Whether it is the signature sirloin, porterhouse or filet mignon, the tender steaks arrive broiled with butter, ladled with au jus and accompanied by an entire head of roasted garlic caramelized like candy. Third-generation owners Greg and Marc Sherry maintain a close relationship with many of the area’s meat packers, who allow them to select the finest cuts of beef each day. Steaks are aged at least 28 days in the restaurant’s warehouse before being served. Claim to fame: The owners say the restaurant originated the Doggy Bag because their steaks were so large people needed a vessel to take it home. For carnivorous bliss, just look for the giant cow perched out front.

56 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011, USA
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Opening times
Mon: 12:00 - 10:30 pm
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