Grilled Ribeye Steak with Classic Steak ButterIt’s National Steakhouse Month which means for meat lovers, enjoy steak when you can or as much as possible! When thinking of some of NYC’s most iconic steakhouses, such as Peter Luger, Keens, Wolfgang’s, Benjamins, 21 Club and Smith & Wollensky, what is one thing they all have in common? Amazing steak! Each restaurant adds their unique flavors and style to their steak dishes, but the real secret behind what truly makes their dishes sizzle, is the prime beef they order from Master Purveyors, Inc.

For over 50 years, Master Purveyors has been the go to meat purveyor of many of the city’s greatest steakhouses providing them with the finest meats including: beef, chicken, lamb and pork. Specializing in prime dry-aged beef, Master Purveyors ages their meat right on site in their 1,600sq ft. dry-aging room and sells it directly to world renowned restaurants and hotels across the globe. Located in Hunts Point in the Bronx, Master Purveyors is a family owned and operated business that was established in 1957 by Holocaust survivor, Sam Solasz.Today at 87-years old, Sam and his two sons, Scott and Mark, oversee all aspects of daily production from inspecting and hand selecting the meat to ensure each cut is to the exact excellency standards.

Porterhouse PrimeBeef with Master Purveyors is never frozen, and one of the best kept steakhouse secrets is Ben & Jack’s Steak House located in the trendy NoMad neighborhood. Founded by cousins Ben and Jack Sinanaj, Ben & Jack’s Steak House is one of the highest rated steakhouses in the city and embodies all of the characteristics of a iconic New York steakhouse with a trendy, upscale vibe that attracts foodies, hipsters and bankers alike. The steakhouse is the culmination of the Sinanaj cousins’ experience and all of their steaks (which are provided by Master Purveyors) are all USDA prime and dry-aged on the premises.

Be sure to enjoy steaks at one of these delicious restaurants for National Steakhouse Month. You know you want a night out, so why not?!