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Peter Luger Steak House

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  • Steakhouses, Burgers
  • 178 Broadway, Brooklyn NY11211 40.7099532 -73.962436
  • (At Driggs Ave)
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  • (718) 387-7400
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User Ratings (Based on 157 reviews)

Food 4.1 Value 3.3
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

(718) 387-7400
(718) 387-3523
Debit Cards, Checks, Peter Luger Credit Card
Mon-Thu: 11:45am-9:45pm Fri-Sat: 11:45am-10:45pm Sun: 12:45pm-9:45pm
Lunch, Dinner
Business Dining, Group Dining, Wheelchair Friendly, Lunch Special, Take Out, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by dvd238 on 08/06/2007

    couldn't drag me back

    The below reviews say it all. Perhaps back in the day this place had some appeal, but no longer. It's run down and the food is unimpressive. The atmosphere is like a cafeteria. There is no need to repeat everything that the others have said, but I have cooked far superior steaks at home! Heck, I have lived in the neighborhood for years...and I am telling you to skip this place.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by WestSideNewlywed on 07/28/2007

    This is what we were so excited to try?!

    My husband and I had been looking forward to our dinner at Luger's for ages...It is, of course, an institution surrounded by much hype--being in a kind of down-and-out part of Brooklyn, refusing to accept credit cards, offering menus as if they were an insult to the good name of steak, etc. We arrived and were seated promptly, offered menus, and placed our orders. 2 Caesar salads, and, of course, steak for both of us. Our salads came out immediately--3 minutes after ordering? We then waited some time for our entrees which when they were presented to us, looked like a cross between road kill and a cheap, roadside restaurant's all-you-can-eat buffet. The steaks both featured a large bone (not "bone" as in 'chop' or as in 'tbone' or 'bone in' but "bone"as in "this used to be an animal and reminds you of 9th grade biology" bone) at the top and then thick strips of extraordinarily fatty meat adjacent to the bone. The meat was a pale brown color--think the color of ground beef--even though it was ordered medium rare and it tasted bland. I was absolutely shocked at how mediocre the food was and how stomach-churning the presentation was. The entire experience--from the decor to the food--felt uninspiring, disappointing, and unappetizing. I don't think it's even worth the trip or the money in order to "cross it off your list."

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by ck on 07/19/2007

    Peter Lugers is all hype

    I've been here at least three times in the last 6 months (not by my choice, of course) and all three times it was overpriced mediocrity at best. The apps are boring. The bacon is NOT that big of a deal. (Think of thickly sliced, undercooked ham slices at Thanksgiving.) And the steak is just OK. Yes, it's good, but that's all it is.Sure, it's an institution, it's got the history, blah blah blah. When I'm plunking down cold hard cash (which is all they take other than their Peter Luger credit card) I want a GREAT steak, with friendly service, in a great atmosphere. I had better atmosphere eating in the mess hall in day camp for crying out loud! Go try it once if you must, but make sure you come back and drop a review. The hype for this place is seriously out of control.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by extribecaresident on 07/07/2007

    Do not believe the hype

    Had lunch here. My review is as follows: Food, had the porterhouse, was average, no better than Wolfgangs. I agree with the other poster, our steak came medium rare and was medium to well done when finished! Could not have the german potatoes as was lunchtime, had fries which were greasy, creamed spinach was average at best. Service: Average, and cocky as if they were doing you a favor. Ambience: Looks like the inside of a german bierhall, drab, with a few decorative steins on ledges. Agressive AC. Overall: Good steak but not the benchmark that it is hyped up to be, ambeince less than flattering.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by Anonymous on 06/07/2007

    Please, stay in Manhattan...

    If you want to be coddled and reassured of your place in society as you chow down on the best second rate food in the universe. If you want the real deal, at a real joint, come out to Brooklyn cause Luger's is the place. The steak almost had me in tears: I cut the strip portion with a fork. There's no better creamed spinach, no better bacon, no better sauce, and no better tomato and onions... trust me. The potatoes are better at the Old Homestead, but not much. Service was prompt and on the ball without being overbearing. If you’re looking for fifi chic curtains and sultry hostesses, this ain’t the place. If you’re looking for the best steak dinner in the 5 boroughs, welcome home.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/22/2007


    the steak is great, but you have to try the bacon. It's the best thing I put in my mouth in the last 10 years.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by dimepiece on 04/30/2007

    They Don't Charge Enough!

    This place is amazing. The steak exceeded my expectations...I imagined it would be great, but it was something out of this world. The steak was SOOOOO tender, that it barely required chewing...and I dipped the steak in the melted butter a jus that they put under the steak and it was heavenly! Everything was delightful, the decor, the service, the old timey bartenders and the waiters. They were all old fashioned and understood the meaning of good hospitality. Our waiter looked like something out of the Godfather movies, like a barber shaving Don Corleone. The sides especially the french fried onions and the spinich were to die for. I also had the bacon and tomato onions with lugers sauce for appetizer and it was a culinary delight,. You must try those two appetizers. They might be very simple, but they do it right....The host was so charming,, crossing out names from the long hand-written list... We had 3 bottles of Shiraz that was great also. $450 for 4 people-definitely worth every penny. I would pay double to eat here again. As far as I'm concerned, they don't charge enough.

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