The Chop House

7 Best Steakhouses in Georgia

Want to tuck into some succulent steaks in the Peach State? Whether you prefer t-bone or ribeye, fine dining or more casual joints, we’ve got you covered. Here are our picks of the best steakhouses in Georgia, USA.

7 of the Best Steakhouses in Georgia

1. Kevin Rathbun Steak – Atlanta

Located in an old cotton warehouse, Kevin Rathbun Steakhouse is consistently rated as one of the best steakhouses in the Atlanta area. Meat comes from, and is cut by, a premium Chicago butcher and the menu features Wagyu, USDA Prime and Choice steaks. The Dry Aged Cowboy Ribeye is a very popular choice.

Best Steakhouses in Georgia Kevin Rathbun Steak

2. Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Alpharetta

For a sizzling steak and seafood, head to Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Alpharetta. This upmarket restaurant is a real crowd pleaser with dishes such as bone-in 22 oz ribeye and 19 oz bone-in New York strip. You can pimp your prime cut up with a lobster tail, shrimp and crab cakes. You can even go all out and order a full plate of surf and turf.

Best Steakhouses in Georgia Ruth's Chris

3. Marcel – Atlanta

For a first-class dining experience with a French twist, book a table at Marcel in the Westside Provisions District of Atlanta. Marcel uses beef with no added hormones. The prime cuts are cooked to perfection and to your liking, and accompaniments are full of flavour. There is a terrific wine list too. As you would expect from a Ford Fry restaurant, everything here is très bon!

Best Steakhouses in Georgia Marcel

4. Belford’s Savannah Seafood and Steaks – Savannah

If you are looking for a warm and friendly welcome as well as a steak with a whole helping of seafood too, make a beeline for Belford’s Savannah Seafood and Steaks. Bring your appetite because the menu is impressive and you’ll want to order it all. The USDA Prime NY Strip with jumbo lump crab and hollandaise will make your mouth water. Make sure you leave room for one of the tempting desserts.

Best Steakhouses in Georgia

5. The Local on 17 – Richmond Hill

This family-run steakhouse in the Richmond Hill area has been serving up juicy steaks since 2016. On the menu, you’ll find aged USDA Prime steaks, the restaurant actually dry-ages Prime grade beef on its premises. The menu also features the freshest seafood and dishes made with local and regional ingredients. Being a coastal restaurant, the surf and turf is a must try and consists of 6 ounces of steak and shrimp served with a baked potato. If you come here for lunch or brunch you can try the chicken-fried steak served with fries and gravy. Proper comfort food.

Best Steakhouses in Georgia The Local on 17

6. The Chop House – Augusta

Situated in Augusta, Georgia, The Chop House is one of the best-rated steakhouses in the area. The restaurant is somewhere in between casual and upmarket and has a nice relaxed vibe. The menu is extensive and there is something to suit all tastes. When it comes to steak though, the horseradish-crusted filet is full of flavour and a real hit with customers. There are great deals to be had mid-week and during happy hour too.

The Chop House

7. Downtown Grill – Macon

Supporting local producers is a big deal at the Downtown Grill in Macon. On the menu, you’ll find the best produce from local suppliers and high-quality, Black Angus beef. Also on the menu at this upmarket restaurant, you’ll find fresh pasta dishes, fish filets and decadent desserts. There is an extensive wine list too so you are sure to find a perfect pairing for your prime cut. Afterwards, relax at the bar with its vast array of scotches and bourbons or head to the cigar bar, complete with an oak humidor.

Downtown Grill

 

Melanie May
Melanie May

Melanie is an intrepid solo traveller, endlessly curious about people, places and food. She is a fan of slow travel and loves exploring the world by mouth, discovering a culture through its food. Having backpacked her way around the world she turned her wanderlust into a career and is now a full-time travel writer.

View stories
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments