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Peter Luger Steak House

178 Broadway
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Peter Luger Steak House New York New York United States

Peter Luger Steak House

For decades, there were few things that could entice Manhattan's movers and shakers to venture over the East River to Brooklyn, though a slab of beef at Peter Luger was one of them. (Of course, in recent years, trendy Williamsburg has become a draw for much more than just this steak house.) This one-Michelin-starred restaurant is decidedly old-fashioned, with its wood-paneled walls, tankards lining the railing below the dining room's ceiling, and waiters in aprons. The menu, similarly, sticks to what it does best: steaks, accompanied by traditional sides including baked potatoes, creamed spinach, and onion rings. While there are some non-beef entrées—chicken, salmon, and sole—it's really not the point of the place. Note that the restaurant is so old-school that they don't accept credit cards, so stop by an ATM before you sit down to your meal.
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