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Is Peter Luger still cash-only?
While Peter Luger is cash-only in its dining rooms, the restaurant must take credit cards to make delivery and pickup services available. Until now, the accepted forms of payment apart from cash had been the Peter Luger card and gift certificates as well as checks and debit cards, CNBC reported. via
Does Peter Luger have a Michelin star?
Luger still holds one star in the Michelin guide, and remains on Zagat's list of the city's top 10 steakhouses. via
Does Peter Luger have a dress code?
No dress code. You can wear casual clothing or dress for the occasion. via
Which Peter Luger location is better?
We visited the Brooklyn and Great Neck locations for a head-to-head comparison and declared Brooklyn the winner. The service was phenomenal (thanks Lorenzo!), the food was amazing, and the ambiance of Brooklyn far out does Great Neck. via
Does Peter Luger take walk ins?
If you can't find space online, they do hold back some seating for phone reservations, so you can try to call them at (718) 387-7400 for parties of 10 or less. If you're feeling lucky, walk-in diners are welcome based on limited availability. No walk-ins were being accepted when we were there. via
What is the number 1 Steakhouse in America?
#1: Porterhouse for Two — Peter Luger Steakhouse
Since 1950, Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn has made it a family mission to select the best cut of meat. via
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How many ounces is Peter Luger Steak for two?
2 USDA PRIME Dry-aged Porterhouse Steaks (averaging 36-38 oz. each). Each order comes with two complimentary bottles of Peter Luger Steak House Sauce and milk chocolate Luger coins. via
What's the most expensive cut of steak?
The creme de la creme. Japanese Kobe steak is usually considered the most expensive steak globally, with its marbling recognized as the world's best. With strict grading processes and only 3,000 cattle making the cut annually to be called authentic Kobe beef, you can see why it is an expensive option. via
How long does Peter Luger age their steaks?
The average dry-aging period is 28 days. The room has two entrances and operates on a sort of conveyor-inspired system. After being weighed and tagged, the raw meat goes in through the front. As it goes through the aging process, the meat is moved deeper and deeper into the room. via