Red meat connoisseurs will appreciate this old-school restaurant, home to some of the best dry-aged steaks in town, including "American-style" Kobe rib eye. Harris' ages its beef for 21 days; proof of the process is visible from the street through a window where large cuts are displayed. If you're a martini or Manhattan drinker, take this opportunity to enjoy a generous example of those cocktails. You can also pick up raw steaks to go at the well-stocked beef counter.
Feb 20, 2007
We asked our hotel concierge for a good steak place, and he highly recommended Harris'. It was delicious & the service was outstanding.