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Steakcraft: The Secrets of Porter House NY

New York Nick Solares 9 comments

During the course of Steakcraft features, I always come across insider information which on occasion the Chef is willing to let me reveal. Here are some of those secrets from Porter House NY. More

Steakcraft: Porterhouse, Strip, and Rib Steaks at Porter House NY

New York Nick Solares 5 comments

While Porter House NY is on its face a steakhouse, Lomonaco sees it as a direct descendant to Windows as a quintessentially New York restaurant with a strong focus on hospitality. After the jump: a close look at the three of the menu's top steaks. More

What I Ate This Week

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As many meals as I eat in a week, that is how many times I eat out. An occasional journal of a habitual restaurant diner; or, Not Eating at Home in New York. I had it in for cattle this... More

New York's Three Best Steakhouses

New York Ed Levine 10 comments

My friend John called the other day to ask my advice on where to send some friends to eat steak in New York. On Serious Eats yesterday I posted about the evolution of Porter House New York, now clearly one... More

Porter House New York

Ed Levine 3 comments

Porter House New York: A steakhouse with a chef back where he belongs. Photograph courtesy of Jason Perlow Steakhouses don't usually have chefs in charge. For example, who's the chef at Peter Luger? Or Gene and Georgetti in Chicago? Or the Pacific Dining Car in Los Angeles? I don't know, and I am willing to wager a steak dinner at Luger that nobody else does either. That's because steakhouses are traditionally not chef-driven; they're prime, preferably dry-aged meat and perfectly golden hash-brown-potato driven. Although celebrity chefs have gotten into the steakhouse game (because they love red meat and love developing concepts that can be cloned and yield profits with minimal oversight), I can think of only one serious chef... More

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