The ChopHouse is South Jersey's premier steakhouse and the prime destination to celebrate life's special moments.
Prime 13 Owner/Chef Gerard Tortora and Executive Chef Mark Yakabofski have over 40 years of culinary experience. Both from Kearny, New Jersey with New York experience and New York Restaurant School under their belts. When you add Chef Elias Lopez, the hardest working chef in the business, you begin to create the Greatest Kitchen on the Jersey Shore.
At Char Steakhouse, we believe a casual dinner with family and friends, corporate event, private party or romantic evening should be a memorable occasion, not just another meal. This is why we invite you to delight in mouth-watering cuisine, featuring the finest cuts of Dry Aged Prime beef, with fresh fish delivered daily. Come bask in our inspiring atmosphere and relax with steadfast service. We are Char, New Jersey’s premier steakhouse experience.
Stage Left Steak
Stage Left has always been greenmarket-driven and seasonal, celebrating the best of what’s local. We’ve always sought out estate-bottled wines from small producers, beer and spirits from craftsmen, and made great cocktails with fresh ingredients from scratch.
Old Homestead Steak House
The Old Homestead, a New York City institution, is one of the country’s oldest steakhouses and is known for serving the finest steaks in the Big Apple for nearly 150 years. With their second location in Atlantic City, guests can experience their trademarked domestically raised, hand-massaged Wagyu beef on both sides of the river.
The River Palm Terrace
The River Palm Terrace has been consistently rated as New Jersey’s top steak house and one of America’s top restaurants. Each individual restaurant hand-selects and dry-ages U.S.D.A. prime beef, the genuine article, for 28 days. The restaurants’ own butchers then hand-cut each steak on a daily basis.
Dino & Harry's Steakhouse
This Hoboken NJ steakhouse embraces its heritage while taking advantage of the historic building in which it operates – A circa late-1800's edifice. Built as a longshoreman's saloon, the atmosphere has been preserved retaining most of its original architectural details.
Whether it’s the smell of the locale’s perfectly marinated and sizzling Porterhouse, the intimate ambience of its Brazilian cherry wood floors and alabaster chandeliers, or the welcoming demeanor of the General Manager, those who dine at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse know it will be an unforgettable experience from the very beginning.