When it comes to tender, sizzling steaks, Louisiana is serving it up just how you like it! These top-notch cuts of meaty goodness will have your mouth watering. From upscale restaurants to historic family-run establishments, these 10 excellent steakhouses in Louisiana will keep you coming back for more.
Visitors to the family-owned and operated Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse in New Orleans, Louisiana are not only guests—they become part of a Brennan family tradition. Each guest is treated to an unforgettable New Orleans French Quarter dining experience, whether ordering signature steaks, pork chops grilled to perfection, or a deliciously broiled fresh-caught piece of fish. The steakhouse has six private dining rooms and also offers a full bar.
Visitors at Superior’s Steakhouse in Shreveport, Louisiana will find "a little taste of heaven at the end of your fork." Every morsel of steak is a flavorful bite of tender USDA Prime Mid-Western corn-fed beef, and diners can add to their experience at this Chicago-style eatery with a bottle of wine from the extensive world-wide collection. A piano bar adds to the relaxed atmosphere during the week, and provides a pleasant variety of musical styles to be enjoyed with your choice of smoke from a selection of premium cigars.
Doe's Eat Place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana has been a family-run steakhouse since opening in 1941, and is home to some of the best steaks in the area. The hand-cut filets, porterhouses, T-bones, and ribeyes are set apart by the aging process and served in a casual and relaxed atmosphere. Featured on "Alton Brown's Feasting" on Asphalt and in Southern Living Magazine, they also serve up a fantastic tamale. The food here is top notch and once you eat here, you’ll understand.
Called “The Best Steak House in the City” by local food critic, Tom Fitzmorris, the owners of Mr. John's Steakhouse use their combined experience of more than 50 years to bring New Orleans some of the finest eats in the area. The staff's attention and commitment to excellence makes dining at Mr. John's a memorable dining experience with other popular entrees like Veal Alyssa, an Italian-style breaded veal with jumbo lump crabmeat in a lemon butter sauce over linguini Bolognese, or shrimp and lobster pasta.
Beau Vines Steakhouse in Ruston, Louisiana combines the creole flavor and traditional steakhouse feel to make a steak off this grill an adventure in culinary paradise. The menu features popular classic cuts like porterhouse, bone-in ribeye, and filet mignon. Beau Vines also offers a wide selection of wines and unique cocktails that will please the most discriminating tastes. The wine list offers several domestic selections, as well, and a wide variety of offerings from international vineyards.
Young's Steakhouse in Slidell, Louisiana, has been a family-run community staple since 1969 when the first guest entered the new eatery. Known as much for its warm friendly atmosphere as it is for the thick and juicy steaks on the menu, the restaurant is open every day except Sunday. Besides steak, seafood dishes like grilled redfish, crawfish and mushrooms, and Maine lobsters are available along with tempting appetizers like escargot and a delicious corn and crab bisque, and desserts. Young's can accommodate parties from 12 to 350, and will customize each event to your specifications.
Vidrine's Steakhouse in Carencro, Louisiana, serves only the best and freshest cuts of USDA-Certified Beef and meats are cooked to order. Vidrine's also offers starters like seafood gumbo and crab cakes, and a variety of fresh made-to-order seafood and burgers, like the grilled catfish and Blazin’ Burger, a spicy meat patty with spicy mayo, fried onion rings, lettuce, tomato, and pepper Jack cheese.
Keith Young's Steakhouse in Madisonville, Louisiana, has been keeping the same principal for over 25 years, and that is to serve the best food with the service and consistency that shows the customers that they’re valued. Every steak is made to order, and it’s the attention to detail that keeps hungry patrons coming back again and again. Looking to book a great place for your next party? Consider the wine and banquet room at Keith Young’s Steakhouse.
Winner of many culinary awards and competitions including “Favorite Restaurant” by Acadiana Profile Magazine, Charley G's in Lafayette, Louisiana, brings food to a whole new level. From tempting appetizers like coconut shrimp and smoke duck & Tasso spring rolls to second course favorites like wood-grilled artichoke hearts or tomato bisque, diners will not leave hungry after enjoying a premium steak or other unforgettable entrée like the crispy duck, served with manchego corn grits, asparagus, and a blackberry ginger sauce.
Inspired by a passion for steak and wine, Fleming’s, located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, raises the bar for fine dining and impressive wine and food pairings. Fresh seafood and seasonal favorites combine to make outstanding culinary statements that bring people back for more. Featuring appetizers like French onion Soup made with gruyere and parmesan cheeses, and sweet chili calamari, lightly breaded, we move on to house-made salads and dressings. From there, you can choose from several small plates or the entrée. Sides include Fleming’s signature onion rings or chipotle cheddar macaroni and cheese. And no meal would be complete without dessert, which could be fresh berries with a Chantilly cream or a slice of walnut turtle pie.