The 11 Best Steakhouse Chains in the US, Ranked

11. Outback Steakhouse

Australian-themed Outback Steakhouse has slightly around 700 US locations. The searing steaks and Aussie accents from its advertising are popular, but the food is not real.

10. Sizzler

The original Sizzler started in California in 1958 and has become an American steakhouse institution. Bourdain visited an area on an episode.

9. Texas Roadhouse

Texas Roadhouse has over 580 locations and is one of the fastest-growing steakhouse businesses in America.

8. Morton's

Chicago-inspired Morton's The Steakhouse franchise was formed. In nearly 60 restaurants, this brand offers real warmth and reliable, high-quality meals.

7. LongHorn Steakhouse

The cuisine highlights the outlaw ribeye. This 20-oz. marbled bone-in ribeye is fire-grilled and seasoned with LongHorn's smoky char to maximize taste. We enjoy these eateries' pricing and friendliness.

6. Fleming's

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar serves delicious appetizers and desserts. Classic fine dining steakhouse, yet vast menu and family-style sides make it more communal and easygoing than other places.

4. The Capital Grille

The Capital Grille's extensive menu never disappoints. Gorgonzola and black truffle coated dry-aged bone-in New York strip or porcini rubbed bone-in ribeye with 15-year-aged balsamic are unique steaks.

3. Smith & Wollensky

This restaurant chain is famous for its dry-aging method. Each location 's chefs buy USDA Prime beef from the top 2% in the country for its rich marbling.

2. The Palm

The Palm, an upmarket steakhouse franchise, launched in New York City and now has 21 locations in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Mexico. Luxury dining at this restaurant is never regrettable.

1. Fogo de Chão

In the end, we prefer the Brazilian restaurant brand Fogo de Chão. For a set charge, you may try an unlimited selection of meats on huge spits of sizzling steaks. The system works well here.

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