Frankie & Johnnie's Steakhouse - New York
The 37th Street location is housed in a townhouse that once belonged to legendary actor John Barrymore. It's the first outpost (a third location is in Westchester, New York) to the original that opened in 1926 as a speakeasy in the Broadway theater district. The decor is befitting of a classic American steakhouse, with much of its original design left intact, including a working fireplace, stained glass ceiling panels and dark mahogany accents.
An institution famous for steaks and chops, the menu is mostly comprised of USDA prime dry aged cuts such as sirloin, ribeye and Porterhouse. Diners may also take advantage of healthy portions of South African lobster tail, broiled salmon, pan-seared tuna and double loin lamb chops.