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Montco's Best Steakhouses

A Cut Above the Rest

A steak dinner is a special meal, and the steakhouses in Valley Forge and Montgomery County are creating memorable meals in incredible atmospheres. When you are looking to fulfill your carnivore cravings, nothing beats a juicy steak—sizzling cuts with the eye appeal of crisscross grill. Montgomery County is home to nearly 60 steakhouses, all of them ready to serve you the cut of your choice. Here's a few of our favorites:

King of Prussia-- Since 1982, Creed's Seafood and Steak has made its name known for excellence in four basics: a great wine list, excellent service, a good bar and premium cuts of beef. Find out why one of King of Prussia's most consistently reliable restaurants received a 2013 distinction as one of…

King of Prussia-- Is there a more traditional starter to a steakhouse meal than a wedge salad? Maybe not. At Morton's the Steakhouse in King of Prussia, it's the perfect opener to a serving of rib-eye - or any of the other cuts, for that matter. The plush setting and expertise of the staff - both…

King of Prussia-- Davio's is one of the most celebrated dining brands in the country, and the King of Prussia location carries on a well-earned reputation. Come for the spectacle of the open kitchen, handmade pasta, fresh seafood and Brandt beef steaks, all expertly prepared using the finest…

King of Prussia-- Befitting of the luxurious interior of the dining room, holiday meals at The Capital Grille can be accompanied by a bottle of Dom Pérignon, served elegantly tableside. Chef's recommendations include a coffee-rubbed, boldly flavored New York strip.

King of Prussia-- Flavorful, cooked to perfection and tender enough to be sliceable with the side of your fork. Those descriptions are just the start of assessing the filet mignon at Ruth's Chris Steak House in King of Prussia. Complete this centerpiece entrée with soup, a salad and a…

King of Prussia-- Fogo de Chão is not a place for a light meal; it's a carnivore's paradise with all-you-can-eat steaks, chops and more, delivered right to your table. This authentic Brazilian steakhouse boasts not only delectable meats, but also a bountiful Market Table and award-winning wine list.


King of Prussia

The 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Easter feast at Sullivan's Steakhouse can begin with shrimp-and-lobster bisque, move onto a lump crab cake Benedict (or a cooked-to-perfection filet mignon) and end with bananas foster bread pudding.



Montgomery County, Pa., was home to not one "best of" steakhouses from but two. Joining Creed's is Bridget's Steakhouse in Ambler. It's impossible to spotlight one dish among the many excellent choices, but if cornered, we would go for the service-for-two Surf-n-Turf Butcher Block. Extra perk: The mixology talents of Logan the bartender.



Best to arrive in Colmar's Red Cedar Grill and Cocktails hungry: The marinated rib-eye is portioned to be huge, comprising two steaks. But once you start in, you'll find that they have been cooked to perfection, making it hard to stop. Need a recommended starter? We'll say one word: mussels.


East Greenville

The Carriage House Restaurant in East Greenville serves up a fantastic rib-eye—on par with more high-profile steakhouses—at a terrific value. Not only that, but the setting is uniquely charming, evoking a time when ladies and gentlemen arrived in horse and buggy for an evening's repast.



For a South American approach to savory servings of sirloin, it's difficult to resist the temptation of NaBrasa Brazilian Steakhouse in Horsham. NaBrasa is a carnivore's carnival, where the presentations of choice cuts of meat continue to fill your plate until you literally tell the servers to stop.



Firebirds Wood Fired Grill is relatively new to the Collegeville area but it has already distinguished itself for excellence. Here's a neat variation to the steak and vegetable presentation: Firebirds serves them as filet kabobs with a balsamic ancho chili drizzle.

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