Four Best Steakhouses in the Gilbert, AZ Area
With so many amazing restaurants in the Gilbert area, any time your belly rumbles is a cause for celebration. And if you feel like treating yourself or someone special for your next dinner out, there are plenty of incredible area steakhouses that you should try. Visit one of these top options in Phoenix for a wonderful dining experience over a prime cut of meat.
Arrowhead Grill, at 8280 West Union Hills Drive, is a high-end steak and seafood restaurant with a price point slightly less than what you’d expect based on the quality of the food. Executive chef Charles Schwerd prepares virtually any cut of steak you can imagine, ranging from 8-ounce filets to 32-ounce tomahawk steaks. Check out the ordering guide before you go to help you select a perfect steak.
In addition to amazing steaks, Arrowhead Grill is known for serving up some of the best seafood in the Phoenix area. Try any entree “Oscar Style” — served with a crabcake, asparagus, and béarnaise sauce. You can also add shrimp scampi or sautéed scallops to any entrée.
Mastro’s City Hall
Mastro’s City Hall is another upscale Phoenix restaurant. The atmosphere here is elegant and stunning, and the chef will treat you to a delicious 8-ounce petite filet, a staggering 48-ounce double cut porterhouse, or something in between. In addition to steaks, you’ll find a wide selection of lamb and veal chops, seafood (including bass, salmon, Ahi tuna, crab, and lobster), and sushi.
Mastro’s City Hall also delivers a full menu of desserts, wines, cocktails, and beer. Try the Johnnie Walker Flight Tray with the chef’s featured dessert for that evening.
Steak 44 is yet another high-end Phoenix restaurant serving steaks, seafood, and more. The restaurant’s own master butcher hand cuts the steaks at Steak 44 in-house. The steaks are also wet-aged for 28 days, resulting in incredible flavor and texture.
One of the most popular dishes on the menu is the domestic wagyu filet, though there is limited availability of this cut. The many other choices, however, won’t disappoint. Try a NY strip, bone-in filet mignon, petite filet mignon, or steak farina. You may also top your steak with one of several additions, ranging from truffle butter to crabcake, crispy shrimp, and foie gras.
Ritzy even compared to the other options on this list, you can try a cut of meat at Bourbon Steak unlike any you’ve had before. Like the restaurants above, this eatery is known for excellent steaks and exquisite seafood.
The menu includes two Bourbon Steak specialties: a 32-ounce prime dry aged porterhouse and a 40-ounce prime dry aged tomahawk ribeye. If you’d prefer another cut, the menu features over a dozen other cuts of U.S. and Japanese meats. You can request any of these steaks be accompanied with servings of wild, organic mushrooms, Maine lobster, blue cheese, seared foie gras, and more.
Arrowhead Grill, Mastro’s City Hall, Steak 44, and Bourbon Steak are four of the many fine restaurants in the area. Try one of the cuts mentioned above for a stunning meal the next time you dine out.