Whether you like it well-done, rare, or somewhere in the middle, you don’t have to go far in Placer County to satisfy your craving for a mouth-watering steak.
Here are five of the region’s best steakhouses.
When you step into Tahoe Joe’s Famous Steakhouse, you’ll feel like you’re on a trip to beautiful Lake Tahoe.
The restaurant has an alluring ambiance with its warm, friendly and lodge-like character.
Above all, it’s the steaks that will leave you breathless.
The wood-grilled steaks are made over almond wood fire. Corn-fed beef aged a minimum of 28 days are cooked to your specificity.
Select from ribeye, sirloin, Virginia City filet, New York Strip, T-bone and more. Other favorites include crab cakes, salmon, shrimp and prime rib.
You don’t need a special occasion to visit Ruth’s Chris.
The steak and experience will be the special occasion.
At Ruth’s Chris, each bite is just as good as the first one. The restaurant has perfected the broiling method and seasoning technique to ensure every steak is made just right. For a little extra sizzle, Ruth’s Chris serves every steak on a 500-degree plate.
Choose from an 11-ounce filet, cut of lean, midwestern beef. The cowboy ribeye is 22 ounces of perfection – marbled and flavorful bone-in steak. The T-bone steak is USDA prime, 16 ounces and unapologetically juicy.
Meals for two are also available and don’t forget to visit Ruth’s Chris for happy hour to enjoy a menu of specials that includes prime burger, steak sandwiches and other favorites.
Aged steaks and an incredible lineup of seafood set McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks apart from the rest.
The beef and other products are sourced from local ranches, farms and wineries to bring you the best.
Center cut filet mignon, USDA New York strip, beef medallions and black Angus ribeye steak are just some of the main attractions.
Make it a surf and turf experience with the restaurant’s signature fish and seafood specialties.
Bet on High Steak and you’ll always be a winner.
The Thunder Valley casino restaurant serves up hand-cut steak from Chicago.
The lineup includes filet mignon, New York strip, prime rib and other cuts.
If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you’ll want to try the bison ribeye or the $100 Wagyu sirloin.
Enjoy the “best steak in the west” at Cattlemen’s.
You’ll love the authenticity and warmth that’s served up with each steak.
In addition to great hand-cut steak, the restaurant also makes prime rib, seafood, pasta and chicken entrees.
Monday through Thursday, visitors can enjoy various steaks, including New York, T-bone, sirloin and surf and turf at special prices.