San Antonio Restaurants That Know How to Cook a Damn Good Steak 

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Whether you're looking for fancy options for date night or love getting your protein on, we've gathered 25 restaurants that allow you indulge in some well-seasoned meat – cooked just like you like it, of course.
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Cured
306 Pearl Pkwy #101, (210) 314-3929, curedatpearl.com
The grilled flat iron steak comes with mushrooms agrodolce and fries, and is reasonably priced at $28. As if you need any more reason to stop by, happy hour is Monday-Saturday with half-off cocktails. You’re welcome.
Photo via Instagram / urban_casitas_satx
Augie’s Alamo City BBQ Steakhouse
909 Broadway St., (210) 314-3596, augiesbbq.com
While every self-respecting Texan knows that steak and BBQ aren’t the same thing, this BBQ staple knows how to do steak. Make sure to stop by the Broadway location to enjoy a juicy New York strip or a rib-eye.
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Texas Land & Cattle
201 N St Mary's St., (210) 222-2263, txlc.com
Go light with the steak & wedge salad or choose from one of the nine hearty steaks. Add-ons include bleu cheese crumbles, grilled shrimp, hollandaise sauce, and sauteed onions.
Photo via Instagram / thenobelfoodie
Bohanan’s Prime Steak and Seafood
219 E Houston St., (210) 472-2600, bohanans.com
Whether you choose to perfect your steak with a sauce (Hollandaise or brandy mushroom?) or pair it with a lobster tail, Bohanan’s steaks never disappoint. Just be sure to complete your experience with a cocktail or rich dessert.
Photo via Instagram / bohanans
Josephine Street
400 E Josephine St., (210) 224-6169, josephinestreet.com
The T-bone, sirloin, and New York strip all sound tempting, but your best bet is bacon-wrapped filet. Trust us. Oh, and be sure to down a couple of cocktails while you’re there.
Photo via Instagram / hellowayfarer
Periphery
2512 N Main Ave., (210) 966-0404, peripherysa.com
Stop by Periphery and do yourself a favor – the grilled new york strip with mulled wine bordelaise is what you need right now. Complete your meal with the sweet potato mashers.
Photo via Instagram / thecollective__sanantonio
Myron’s Prime Steakhouse
10003 NW Military Hwy., (210) 493-3031, myronsprime.com
Opt for the surf & turf combo – perhaps the bone-in filet and the Australian lobster tail? Sounds like the perfect dinner to us.
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Range
125 E Houston St., (210) 227-4455, rangesa.com
Leave your steak craving up to Chef Jason Dady. Order the culotte steak with brussels sprouts and a blood orange gastrique, and take advantage of the freshly-spun cotton candy.
Photo via Instagram / rangesanantonio
Festejo Peruvian Grill
7007 Bandera Road #12, (210) 701-5883
Sure, everyone makes a big fuss about Brazilian steak, but have you ever tried Peruvian steak? Stop by Festejo for tallarines verdes (Peruvian-style pesto pasta topped with steak) or bistec a la pobre (Angus steak served with white rice, over-easy egg and fried plantain).
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Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse
849 E Commerce St., (210) 227-1700, fogodechao.com
Make your way down to the River Walk to experience the tastes of South Brazil at this spot. Treat yourself to the medalhoes com bacon (bacon-wrapped steak) or the picanha (prime part of top sirloin).
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Boudro’s On the River Walk
421 E Commerce St., (210) 224-8484, boudros.com
Come for the steaks, stay for the drinks. If you order anything besides the fire-grilled Angus filet + lobster tail with a prickly pear margarita, you’ve done it all wrong.
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J Prime Steakhouse
1401 North Loop 1604 W, (210) 764-1604, jprimesteakhouse.com
Be prepared to bring the big bucks for a J Prime steak. With specialty cuts starting at $49, this is a spot reserved for special occasions.
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Kirby’s Steakhouse
123 N Loop 1604 E, (210) 404-2221, kirbyssteakhouse.com
Go for something with a twist and order up the pepper steak – the Filet Mignon pressed in cracked peppercorn and Cognac pepper sauce.
Photo via Instagram / xayevier
Rebelle
The St. Anthony Hotel, 300 E Travis St., (210) 352-3171, rebellesa.com
Stop by this beautiful hotel spot and order up the filet mignon, paired with aligot potatoes, ratatouille (not the movie) and tomato herb demi glace.
Photo via Instagram / yaysteph
Outlaw Kitchens
2919 N. Flores St., (210) 300-4728, outlawkitchens.com
Check ahead to see what’s on the menu at this takeaway cafe, but you’ll be in luck when steak is served up.
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Wildfish Seafood Grille & Steaks
1834 North Loop 1604 W, (210) 493-1600, wildfishseafoodgrille.com
The Filet Mignon is always a solid choice, just be sure to order some oysters. We’ll leave the tough decision of Gulf Coast or East Coast up to you.
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Bob’s Steak & Chop House
5815 Rim Pass, (210) 222-2627, bobs-steakandchop.com
Bring your appetite and take on the prime porterhouse – if you dare. Save some room for the banana nut rum bread pudding.
Photo via Instagram / bobssteakandchop_sa
Galpao Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse
2318 North Loop 1604 W, (210) 497-2500, galpaogauchousa.com
Get your steak on a stick for a new experience (NOT a kabob). Taste the flavors of Brazil with spicy and salty options.
Photo via Instagram / notesonlife2012
Silo Prime
1133 Austin Hwy., (210) 824-8686, siloelevatedcuisine.com
Get a filet, rib-eye or go BIG with the porterhouse. Try the Cajun dirty rice or herb-roasted fingerling potatoes to complete your meal – totally worth messing up a diet.
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Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
255 E Basse Road, (210) 824-9463, flemingssteakhouse.com
Indulge a bit and pair your steak with truffle-poached lobster, spicy shrimp or a jumbo crab cake. Plus, you can wash it down with a glass (or bottle) of wine – you’ll have your choice from more than 100 selections.
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1718 Steak House
321 Alamo Plaza #300, (210) 377-1718, 1718steakhouse.com
With the classic steak cuts and traditional, hearty sides, 1718 Steak House will have you rubbing your belly in satisfaction. Even better, you’ll pair your steak with an unbeatable view of the Alamo.
Photo via Instagram / 1718_steakhouse
Embers Wood Fire Grill & Bar
Multiple locations, (210) 562-3075, emberssa.com
Choose from four different cuts, depending on much of an appetite you have. We suggest ordering the 6 oz. and splitting a pizza with the table (the chicken pesto is delicious).
Photo via Instagram / embers_sa
18 Oaks
23808 Resort Pkwy., (210) 491-5825, marriott.com
The cool thing about 18 Oaks is that your steak order depends on which ranch you want your meat to come from. Not really, but you’ll be able to find out where the cow on your plate came from, which is sad but sweet. Enjoy amped up sides like truffle cream corn and the goat cheese potato gratin.
Photo via Instagram / johnmonteiro
Ichiban Steak & Asian Fusion
8601 Huebner Road, (210) 641-1234
If you’ve never tasted the Asian interpretation of steak, you’re missing out. Venture out to Ichiban to try the Steak Yaki Saba Noodle or the steak fried rice.
Photo via Instagram / _a_rayofsunshine_
Louie Italian Restaurant
4979 NW Loop 410, (210) 481-4360, louieitalianrestaurant.com
Italian fare + steak, what could be better? Sample the rib-eye marsala (mushrooms and sweet marsala wine over pasta) or the rib-eye steak griglia.
Photo via Instagram / estebansolistv
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Cured
306 Pearl Pkwy #101, (210) 314-3929, curedatpearl.com
The grilled flat iron steak comes with mushrooms agrodolce and fries, and is reasonably priced at $28. As if you need any more reason to stop by, happy hour is Monday-Saturday with half-off cocktails. You’re welcome.
Photo via Instagram / urban_casitas_satx