Old Homestead Steakhouse
Their domestically-raised, hand-massaged Kobe beef is not only the envy of the trade, it's trademarked. But that isn't the only reason the venerable Old Homestead steakhouse has been a New York City landmark for 137 years. "It's consistency on all fronts," says Marc Sherry who, with brother Greg, opened their second location at Borgata. The menu nearly mirrors New York's - and for good reason: "We haven't had an empty seat in quite a few years." proclaims Greg. How's that for consistency?