Los Angeles Hotels Blog

March 27, 2010

Best steak houses in Los Angeles

So many choices but so little space is what I am thinking when trying to list the best Los Angeles steakhouses. Therefore, based on individuality and reliability, I narrowed that otherwise lengthy list down to four. From a 1950’s supper-club to the upscale haunt of the Hollywood elite, each will provide a unique and satisfying dining experience.


7000 Hollywood Blvd.

Hollywood, Ca.



Located in the historic Roosevelt Hotel, the Dakota steakhouse has transformed a corner of the lobby into a swank, hip joint for the Hollywood set. Soothing lighting, chocolate brown palates, and leather-topped tables with chairs covered in suede, define the modern and sophisticated Dakota. Using the freshest of in-season ingredients, the Dakota pairs all of their steaks with your sauce of choice: rib eye with blue cheese topping or filet mignon and Bearnaise, for instance. Steaks are truly the Dakota’s specialty so resist the urge to order seafood and get that, decadent but succulent, bone-in filet. You’ll be raving about it for months.

Daily 6am-11am, 11:30am-2:30pm, 6pm-11pm

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

224 S Beverly Dr.

Beverly Hills, CA



Billing itself as the “Home of Serious Steaks”, this Beverly Hills, New Orleans style chain restaurant does choose its steaks with a critical eye. All steaks arrive at your table sizzling hot and sitting in a pool of butter. What more could anyone want? In keeping with the traditional steakhouse, Ruth’s Chris’s menu includes lamb, fish, veal and chicken. However, I would suggest you go ahead and clog your arteries with one of those steaks on melted butter. They are well worth the calories.

Mon-Thu 5pm-10pm;

Fri 5pm-10:30pm; Sat 4:30pm-10:30pm;

Sun 4:30pm-9:30pm

Dal Rea

9023 E Washington Blvd

Pico Rivera, CA



If you long for the atmosphere of a 1950’s supper-club, your wish comes true as you step back in time when entering Dal Rae. Complete with piano bar and dance floor, this Los Angeles area restaurant has maintained its nostalgic ambience since 1958. This is no more evident than with the full-course meal beginning with a relish tray. Relish tray? Now tell me, when did any restaurant include a relish tray at the start of your meal? The large menu offers, as you might imagine, standard American fare. Whether you order the veal, fish, poultry, and steaks or one of their dinners for two, the portions are large and cooked to perfection.

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