Angus Club Steakhouse
This Art Deco–inspired chophouse offers a variety of—duh—dry-aged Angus beef and a hefty wine list. The bi-level restaurant—styled with cork columns, snakeskin walls and espresso leather chairs—features standards, like a porterhouse for two, creamed spinach and wedge salads. Co-owner Margent Maslinka doubles as wine director, overseeing 1,000 bottles in a glass-enclosed cellar and giving the list a heavy California bent.
Venue says: “Enlighten your tastebuds! We specialize in porterhouse & other dry-aged cuts from only the finest USDA Prime meat available”