smithToronto is internationally-known for having some of the best restaurants in the world. They also have some of the best steakhouses in the country. From beef sourced locally and from around the world, Toronto steakhouses offer something for everyone.
Check out some of our top steakhouse picks in Toronto.
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With fantastic service and mouth-watering cuts of meat, the decor and vibe inside Barberian’s has this old Italian-restaurant feel to it.
Tip: for large parties, call ahead and request to sit in their grand wine cellar where you can enjoy dinner surrounded by 2,000 bottles of wine!
Harbour 60 also offers a wide selection of seafood to go with your steak with larger-than-normal portions.
The ambience is modern, elegant and classy. For the adventurous eater, try their Black Truffle Steak and Eggs.
Jacobs & Co. import their beef all the way from as far as Australia and Japan and offers a wide variety of steaks from around the world.
It’s no surprise that their meats are of supreme quality and you won’t be disappointed here. Be prepared to pay hefty prices if you want to treat yourself to imported beef, but we reckon it’s worth it.
Michael’s on Simcoe has only been around the Toronto steak scene a few years but it is already well-established.
Premium quality meats along with stylish and eclectic decor, this spot is right up there among A-list Hollywood celebrity favourites.
Morton’s is a global steakhouse chain and its reputation around the world is very much lived up to at their Toronto location.
Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto at the Park Hyatt Hotel, stop by here for your beef fix after a long day of sightseeing.
Come here before 7pm and indulge in their ‘Power Hour’ with specially-priced drinks and appetisers.
Steaks at Smith Brothers are lean and rich since they are aged for 28 days.
The vibe is much more laid back and relaxed and there are a few TV screens where you can catch the game.
Meal of choice here is the Prime Rib Platter which comes at a very affordable price of $35. However, get it fast as they sell out almost every night.
Another global chain, STK brings their upscale and modern brand to Toronto. Patrons here can choose their steaks based on STK’s sizing categories of small, medium, and large.
If you’re really hungry, get their Dry-Age Tomahawk or Dry-Age Porterhouse. Pair it with their signature cocktail, STK Mule; their take on the infamous Moscow Mule cocktail.