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

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

PALM SPRINGS, CA

Casa Bella

AIKEN, SC

Doe’s Eat Place

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Porterhouse steak, sliced and ready to eat
Peter Luger

NY

Giardina’s

GREENWOOD, MS

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