A meaty offering in NYC’s Midtown, Tuscany Steakhouse merges American and Italian cuisine to provide a selection of carnivorous fare. They’ve been operating out of this spot for over 15 years, and their love for the dry-aged steak is apparent everywhere you look, from the menu to the decor.
The sizzling slabs of meat ready for you to devour include rib-eye, sirloin, filet mignon and porterhouse steaks for two, three or four people. You can also try the eatery’s lamb chops, veal chops, chicken and seafood. And if you’re after a tipple? At the brick-arched bar, you can order a range of cocktails – but it’s the global wine list that Tuscany Steakhouse pays most attention to. Thanks to the on-site sommelier, you can get an expert opinion on the best wine for your meal choice as well as advice about wine pairing.