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The 7 Best Steakhouses in Rhode Island

Looking to clink a few glasses to mark an occasion or enjoy a steak dinner with a special someone? There plenty of steakhouses in Rhode Island ready to pull out all the stops to be sure you have the meal of a lifetime. Whether you’re after candlelit tables with white linens or a down-home family atmosphere, we’ve got you covered. Here are the best steakhouses in Rhode Island.

7 of the Best Steakhouses in Rhode Island

1. Mills Tavern – Providence

This sophisticated and elegant steakhouse is set in a century-old Pilgrim Mill’s building at the foot of the historic College Hill comes with all the charm you’d expect. In addition to a great ambiance complete with rustic brick walls and white linens; the steak is some of the best Rhode Island has to offer. And it doesn’t stop there. Mill’s Tavern is also famous for its extensive wine list which has won the Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence five times. Get started with a crab bisque and then move on to the black angus filet mignon with sauce au poivre and roasted potato hash.


2. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar – Providence

Fleming’s is a household name across the US and not without reason. This super swanky, high-end steakhouse has been serving up the best prime-aged beef complete with an excellent wine list and world-class service since ’98. The fine dining atmosphere and luxurious touches make it a perfect pick for date night or celebrating something special. For a starter, opt for a classic shrimp cocktail with a wine pairing then move on to any one of their incredible steak selections. We recommend the prime NY strip.

3. 22 Bowen’s Wine Bar & Grille – Newport

This classy steakhouse oozes with nautical charm and is famous for its local seafood and award-worthy steaks. Sat right on the water, the view is nearly as impressive as the menu and excellent service. Be sure to start the evening with a few picks from the sea such as the chilled shrimp or lobster cocktail. For the main course, go all-in on their prime grass-fed ribeye that’ll leave you raving for days and add a side of scallops while you’re at it.
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4. Ten Prime Steak & Sushi – Providence

At Ten Prime, they take steak and sushi next level. From the excellent variety of signature prime and certified angus steaks to the raw bar loaded with the very best in sushi; there’s lots to love. Everything about Ten Prime Steak & Sushi is to die for, but don’t just take our word for it; their large following online complete with hundreds of rave reviews should tell you all you need to know. Be sure to start with a few picks from the raw bar and move on to the flat iron wagyu.

5. ChopHouse Grille – Wakefield

At Wakefield’s ChopHouse Grille they crank your average contemporary steakhouse up a notch with the very best in hospitality and American fare. From the hearty apps and great craft beer picks to the delectable steak picks and killer desserts, there’s plenty to keep you stuffed. Be sure to start with a brew and the shrimp and bacon appetizer. Then move on to the 14 oz NY strip and don’t forget a baked potato on the side.

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6. Federal Taphouse & Kitchen – Providence

From the lengthy wine list to the endless aged prime beef and warm hospitality, it’s not hard to see why Federal Taphouse & Kitchen is one of the best in Rhode Island. This casual American eatery is just the place to dig in after a long day or clink a few glasses to mark an occasion. Take your pick from any of their drool-worthy starters ranging from poutine to fried pickles; then opt for the tenderloin steak tips.
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7. Teddihana – Providence

If you’re looking for a little bit of Japan in Rhode Island, Teddihana is the spot to be. This classic hibachi serves up all your favourite Japanese grill picks each more loaded with flavour and zing than the last. Be sure to opt for the crab rangoon or pork gyoza as a starter then move on the hibachi steak served with two appetizers, shrimps, house soup and white rice. Simply put, come ready to eat.

Melanie Hamilton

Melanie is an avid traveller with a passion for history and global foods. She is currently based in Tbilisi, Georgia where most of her time is occupied with qvevri wine and Soviet history. Having do-si-do'd her way across Europe and Latin America, she's enjoyed some of the world's most exciting places firsthand and can't wait to tell you about them.

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