Nebraska Steakhouse

★★★★☆
  • 15 Stone St 1

    New York, NY 10004

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  • 212-952-0620

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Not sure why they even have food on the menu. I ordered their famous Stockbroker which is basically a surf and turf and the bartender is like, what is that? And she should be asking me? Right.

When food arrived the steak was average

3
★★★★★

Not sure why they even have food on the menu. I ordered their famous Stockbroker which is basically a surf and turf and the bartender is like, what is that? And she should be asking me? Right.

When food arrived the steak was average

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Have been to Nebraska's a few times as I work nearby and have an expense acct. It's owned and run by a beautiful romanian (?) body builder. Her schtick is to hire super hot russian, ukranian, romanian, etc. barmaids. This makes for nice scenery if you eat at the bar, though they sometimes seem to convey a nasty attitude.

Food is good and just slightly below the quality of the other steak places in the area (delmonico's, bobby van's). On the most recent occasion, just beofre Obama was sworn in, our waiter took it upon himself to lewdly denigrate the incoming president and then openly hope that he is soon "eliminated"! All without even making an attempt at discerning our political leanings (I happen to be uninterested in politics and am midddle of the road). This guy was crazy, if not slightly entertaining. However, the scary thing is that there are probably a lot like him out there.

Come for the barmaids, stay for the food (with a side of crazy)

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★★★★☆

Have been to Nebraska's a few times as I work nearby and have an expense acct. It's owned and run by a beautiful romanian (?) body builder. Her schtick is to hire super hot russian, ukranian, romanian, etc. barmaids. This makes for nice scenery if you eat at the bar, though they sometimes seem to convey a nasty attitude.

Food is good and just slightly below the quality of the other steak places in the area (delmonico's, bobby van's). On the most recent occasion, just beofre Obama was sworn in, our waiter took it upon himself to lewdly denigrate the incoming president and then openly hope that he is soon "eliminated"! All without even making an attempt at discerning our political leanings (I happen to be uninterested in politics and am midddle of the road). This guy was crazy, if not slightly entertaining. However, the scary thing is that there are probably a lot like him out there.

Come for the barmaids, stay for the food (with a side of crazy)

Pros: Nice scenery

Cons: Crazy waiter

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Christmas party was a blast!
And the bartenders, always great and good fast service.
Go after 6pm, but reserve a table... you won't get one after 9pm

2
★★★★☆

Christmas party was a blast!
And the bartenders, always great and good fast service.
Go after 6pm, but reserve a table... you won't get one after 9pm

Pros: beautiful bartenders, great food

Cons: tiny bathrooms

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Oh, WOW! What a great find. Have been eating steak around the city for the last 15 years and I think I've found my favorite porterhouse right here. My and the wife agreed that this steak is definitively the best we had in town. Visited the WTC site and we happend to find this place at the moment we were both starving from a day full of walking. We ordered the porterhouse for two wondering if it was enough. When it came, we realized that the amount of meat on our plate could feed 4 easily. The spicy mashed potatoes combined with the deadly broccoli rabe is an out of this world combination. Steak was tender, juicy and cooked to perfection, just as ordered. Nice relaxed, cozy athmosphere and a staff that knows what's going on in the kitchen. Overall, tremendous value for the money, great service and exceptional steak. We'll definitely be back here very soon!

2
★★★★★

Oh, WOW! What a great find. Have been eating steak around the city for the last 15 years and I think I've found my favorite porterhouse right here. My and the wife agreed that this steak is definitively the best we had in town. Visited the WTC site and we happend to find this place at the moment we were both starving from a day full of walking. We ordered the porterhouse for two wondering if it was enough. When it came, we realized that the amount of meat on our plate could feed 4 easily. The spicy mashed potatoes combined with the deadly broccoli rabe is an out of this world combination. Steak was tender, juicy and cooked to perfection, just as ordered. Nice relaxed, cozy athmosphere and a staff that knows what's going on in the kitchen. Overall, tremendous value for the money, great service and exceptional steak. We'll definitely be back here very soon!

Pros: exceptional quality, value, service, wine selection

Cons: not open on weekends

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Huge portions cooked to perfections. Very friendly service. Very nice "old wood" setting. I've been here twice, loved it both times.

2
★★★★★

Huge portions cooked to perfections. Very friendly service. Very nice "old wood" setting. I've been here twice, loved it both times.

Pros: food, service, ambiance

Cons: prices

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Amazing food, great bar scene! And there's another one in the Bronx.

2
★★★★★

Amazing food, great bar scene! And there's another one in the Bronx.

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The steak was very good, but the location and ambience do not justify the uptown prices.

1
★★★☆☆

The steak was very good, but the location and ambience do not justify the uptown prices.

Pros: good steaks

Cons: dark & dingy, over-priced

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We went on a quite night so waiter gave us his full attention. Steak was great but side dishes and everything else was nothing special. The waiter was trying to be funny but there is no polite way of telling the customer to shut up. After sensing I was annoyed he was trying to make up by buying us several rounds of drinks. Won't go back again though. I would recommend to friends who want to have good steak but will warn them about strange service.

1
★★★☆☆

We went on a quite night so waiter gave us his full attention. Steak was great but side dishes and everything else was nothing special. The waiter was trying to be funny but there is no polite way of telling the customer to shut up. After sensing I was annoyed he was trying to make up by buying us several rounds of drinks. Won't go back again though. I would recommend to friends who want to have good steak but will warn them about strange service.

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Nebraska Beef deserves serious consideration as the best steakhouse in the City of New York. The food and the waitstaff never fail to disappoint. The Veal Chops are priceless, and their culinary artistry should be commended.

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★★★★★

Nebraska Beef deserves serious consideration as the best steakhouse in the City of New York. The food and the waitstaff never fail to disappoint. The Veal Chops are priceless, and their culinary artistry should be commended.

Pros: Incredible Food, Great Service

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When Nebraska says Petite Filet Mignon, they mean very petite. The steak was tasty, but not great. Home fries were coffee shop quality -- not typical steakhouse quality. Creamed spinach was luke warm and lacked flavor. This place is merely fair and has no ambience.

1
★★★☆☆

When Nebraska says Petite Filet Mignon, they mean very petite. The steak was tasty, but not great. Home fries were coffee shop quality -- not typical steakhouse quality. Creamed spinach was luke warm and lacked flavor. This place is merely fair and has no ambience.

Cons: mediocre food, dingy interior, overpriced

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Totally mediocre-- nothing great, nothing bad. Had very boring carmelized salmon, colleagues had the "you have to try" steak sandwich that didn't look anything special (who really eats a steak for lunch and gets anything done in the afternoon?). Setting was dark and loud, service was adequate, bartenders were hot. Ho-hum, another financial district steakhouse priced to suit (pun) an expense account and a bland palate.

1
★★☆☆☆

Totally mediocre-- nothing great, nothing bad. Had very boring carmelized salmon, colleagues had the "you have to try" steak sandwich that didn't look anything special (who really eats a steak for lunch and gets anything done in the afternoon?). Setting was dark and loud, service was adequate, bartenders were hot. Ho-hum, another financial district steakhouse priced to suit (pun) an expense account and a bland palate.

Pros: Hot bartenders, Big beef

Cons: Pricey, Big Beef, Dark and loud

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I have now been coming to Nebraska for 3 years now since they started and the service coupled with the quality of beef is nothing but top grade. The reader who experienced the bad steak should know that Nebraska gets their meat from the same distributor as Peter Lugar's and Lansky's SO be careful of the meat comments, there is always one in a batch of many sometimes, too bad it was your time.

My wife and son love the food, service and friendliness of Peter the owner.

2
★★★★★

I have now been coming to Nebraska for 3 years now since they started and the service coupled with the quality of beef is nothing but top grade. The reader who experienced the bad steak should know that Nebraska gets their meat from the same distributor as Peter Lugar's and Lansky's SO be careful of the meat comments, there is always one in a batch of many sometimes, too bad it was your time.

My wife and son love the food, service and friendliness of Peter the owner.

Pros: STEAK, Service, Wine List

Cons: No Parking, Smoky

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I must disagree with some of the previous reviews: by no means Nebraska serves a "skimpy" steak. In fact, the bone-in strip was one of the most intimidating steaks of its kind. Also, correct charring characterizes a properly cooked steak. One must understand that part of the art of preparing steaks is making certain it's charred correctly (Lugers is still having a problem with that issue). No, they dont serve the best steak in NY, but its definitely in the big leagues. The steak (not ever comparable to whats sold in a "grocery store") is Dry-Aged and cooked to specification (that includes charring). The steak has a lot of what I look for, but it just didnt have big league flavor. The chili is the best Ive ever tasted. Ill go back just for that and the best Cheesecake Im yet to have in the city.

2
★★★★☆

I must disagree with some of the previous reviews: by no means Nebraska serves a "skimpy" steak. In fact, the bone-in strip was one of the most intimidating steaks of its kind. Also, correct charring characterizes a properly cooked steak. One must understand that part of the art of preparing steaks is making certain it's charred correctly (Lugers is still having a problem with that issue). No, they dont serve the best steak in NY, but its definitely in the big leagues. The steak (not ever comparable to whats sold in a "grocery store") is Dry-Aged and cooked to specification (that includes charring). The steak has a lot of what I look for, but it just didnt have big league flavor. The chili is the best Ive ever tasted. Ill go back just for that and the best Cheesecake Im yet to have in the city.

Pros: Value, Cheesecake, Chili

Cons: Location

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If you like eating good steak, don't come here. Honestly, the first steak that I ordered (medium) was completely charred on the outside. I had to ask them to take it back and bring me another one. The one that they brought out (rare) was better, but there wasn't any kind of flavor to the meat. In addition, the meat was similar to the chuck meat that you can buy at the grocery stores (i've bought chuck before, and it's really the worst possible piece of meat that you can buy). The chuck contains these fibers that you can't quite cut through. Thus, the bad filet with the and the okay service cost $30. You think it through. The atmosphere sucks as well.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you like eating good steak, don't come here. Honestly, the first steak that I ordered (medium) was completely charred on the outside. I had to ask them to take it back and bring me another one. The one that they brought out (rare) was better, but there wasn't any kind of flavor to the meat. In addition, the meat was similar to the chuck meat that you can buy at the grocery stores (i've bought chuck before, and it's really the worst possible piece of meat that you can buy). The chuck contains these fibers that you can't quite cut through. Thus, the bad filet with the and the okay service cost $30. You think it through. The atmosphere sucks as well.

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I'm reposting my anonymous review: Although half the interior is dedicated to the mahogany bar well stocked with various liquors, and well manned by beautiful bartenders, the real treat here is the food. From "mutant-sized" giant shrimp cocktail (three shrimp that together are about the size of a large lobster tail) to the delicious French onion soup to the filet mingon chili, Nebraska is a great place for lunch. For dinner, most (I simply haven't tried everything) entrees are excellent NY steakhouse fare. Go for "the steak", their signature porterhouse, which Ill take over Mortons! Also, the best pork-chops I've had in Manhattan. All the sides, from the standard garlic mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, and sauteed mushrooms (a must) are perfect. The atmosphere is not so much an "old-boy steakhouse but a new-boy steakhouse, being relaxed but sometimes a little too loud.

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★★★★★

I'm reposting my anonymous review: Although half the interior is dedicated to the mahogany bar well stocked with various liquors, and well manned by beautiful bartenders, the real treat here is the food. From "mutant-sized" giant shrimp cocktail (three shrimp that together are about the size of a large lobster tail) to the delicious French onion soup to the filet mingon chili, Nebraska is a great place for lunch. For dinner, most (I simply haven't tried everything) entrees are excellent NY steakhouse fare. Go for "the steak", their signature porterhouse, which Ill take over Mortons! Also, the best pork-chops I've had in Manhattan. All the sides, from the standard garlic mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, and sauteed mushrooms (a must) are perfect. The atmosphere is not so much an "old-boy steakhouse but a new-boy steakhouse, being relaxed but sometimes a little too loud.

 

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