Time Out says
After making a name for itself as one of Boca Raton, Florida’s most popular steakhouses, Maxwell’s Chophouse moved north to New York City in 2016. These days, the 126-seat restaurant in the Financial District conjures up an old-school atmosphere with its tufted leather banquettes, shimmering chandeliers and bar decked out in gold leaf and marble. In addition to classic cocktails like martinis and old fashioneds, drinkers can order signature creations like the Burnt Mary with gin, yellow chartreuse, lemon and rosemary simple syrup. Start your meal with fresh oysters, a wedge salad or roasted bone marrow before moving onto the entrees. Carnivores might want to order in-house aged beef: Opt for the prime rib, a porterhouse for two or a New York strip steak. Other protein options include triple-cut lamb chops, whole lobster and seared big-eye tuna. Round out the meal with sides such as creamed spinach, twice-baked potatoes, garlic mashed potatoes and sauteed mushrooms.