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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 155 reviews)

3.575
Food 4.1 Value 3.3
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 387-7400
Fax:
fax
(718) 387-3523
Website:
www.peterluger.com
Notes:
Debit Cards, Checks, Peter Luger Credit Card
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11:45am-9:45pm Fri-Sat: 11:45am-10:45pm Sun: 12:45pm-9:45pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Business Dining, Group Dining, Wheelchair Friendly, Lunch Special, Take Out, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by Sheck on 04/29/2010

    Still the best!

    Peter Luger is a family tradition. We've been going there for years, and they still serve steak so delicious you could cry. When you go, don't expect fawning service. That's not what a steak house is about. But, that said, we've never had anything but excellent service. And we keep things simple -- Porterhouse, of course. We always order one size less than the menu recommends. Porterhouse for 3 easily serves 2. Always creamed spinach. Always German potatoes. Always a slice or two of bacon to share. Maybe tomatoes. And a sundae. That's it. No menu necessary. No sauce either. Nothing needs it. We are lucky to have Peter Luger! More than 100 years of Brooklyn tradition! The steak is truly butter smooth, peak flavor, and an anti-depressant. Yes, there are other delicious steak places, but there is room in our hearts and stomachs for all of the greats! Plus, you get chocolate gelt at the end. Splurge and take your dad.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by Pat on 04/06/2010

    If you want to be told what to eat and be insulted......

    Went here with my family because of reputation. "No, you cannot have fillet mignon!" "I will tell you what you can have!" "You don't like a burnt crust? Go somewhere else!" " We don't need your business! We have enough lemmings willing to be insulted and give us their money!" Really, I have never been to such a pretentious place with such bad food.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by anonymous on 03/29/2010

    Best steak period

    Was afraid it was going to be a disappointment after all the "best steak in the United States" accolades, but it was above and beyond all expectations! The steak was butter tender and flavorful, the Peter Luger sauce was fitting for EVERYthing on the menu except for the desserts (as told to us by our waiter), German fried potatoes, creamed spinach - all amazing!

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/28/2010

    Great New York Steak & History

    Old School New York City institution. Like being in a time capsule. Real taste of old New York.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by Ed on 03/25/2010

    Best Steak

    The only real steak in the world.

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by Ken Merkin on 03/21/2010

    Best steak in town

    Great food. A bargin compared to other places.food is always consistant.memorable meal. Will not go for steak anywhere else!

  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Posted by disgruntled Ex on 02/08/2010

    for lovers lost, love shall not...come again?

    Being a Manhattan transplant for the past decade I cherished the "Old New York" trek to the most looking forward to meat, this side of Atlantic. Which I did religiously everytime out-of-towners wanted the best steak New York can offer. And they did come around often. The rituals were invariably similar: they took the first bite, gasped and couldn't believe themselves for re-ordering the second steak for two, or three. Never have we room left for dessert, until yesterday. Yes, I finally found the grace in 'Holy Cow' fudge sundae after such a bland, or was it simply tasteless?, steak. For years I bared the mediocre service, suspiciously washcloth-looking napkins, and cheap liquors, all for a taste of the grail steak I had found, and not found anywhere else. Perhaps yesterday was a simple problem with the 'prime' in USDA prime or the 'dry' in dry-aged, or never mind, I'm unwilling to take more chances getting my ego slapped for dragging friends literally across the river for plain salted steaks.

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