T-Bone Steak

A T-bone steak is almost exactly like a porterhouse: a cut of beef with filet mignon on one side and a strip steak on the other. The difference is that T-bones are cut from the front of the loin, where there is more sirloin and less filet mignon. It’s therefore considered somewhat less plush.

Restaurants With This Dish

Tea Steak House - Filet Mignon
Tea Steak House

TEA, SD

Dong Phuong Bakery and Restaurant

NEW ORLEANS, LA

Doe’s Eat Place

LITTLE ROCK, AR

Falls View Restaurant

JACKSON, GA

T-bone steak & French fries on a hot platter
Svilar’s

HUDSON, WY

Ruben’s Argentinian Steakhouse - Strip Steak
Ruben’s Argentinian Steakhouse

AIKEN, SC

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