Porterhouse Steak

A porterhouse has two sides and a bone (T-bone) between them. On one side is the more tender cut, basically a filet mignon. On the other side is a strip that is less tender but juicier. It is traditional in some restaurants – most notably Brooklyn’s Peter Luger – to present a porterhouse already sliced and lolling in its juices.

Restaurants With This Dish

Porterhouse steak, sliced and ready to eat
Peter Luger

NY

LG’s Prime Steak House - Porterhouse Steak
LG’s Prime Steak House

PALM SPRINGS, CA

Doe’s Eat Place

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Giardina’s

GREENWOOD, MS

Casa Bella

AIKEN, SC

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