Grumpy waiters? Check. Sawdust on the floor? But of course! Beef so tender you can use a butter knife on it? Well, that’s why people are still coming to this iconic steakhouse set in a barren stretch of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It’s still hard to beat a meal here, and that goes for everything from the beef to the lamb chops to the legendary creamed spinach. Two important notes: Credit cards aren’t accepted, so be sure to bring wads of cash. And you’ll need to reserve well in advance to get a table.
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Peter Luger Steakhouse
178 Broadway (at Driggs Ave.), Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Our Rating Neighborhood Brooklyn Hours Mon–Thurs 11:45am–9:45pm; Fri–Sat 11:45am–10:45pm; Sun 12:45–9:45pm Transportation Subway: J, M, or Z to Marcy Ave Phone 718/387-7400 Prices Main courses (steaks) $35–$49 Cuisine Type Steak Web site Peter Luger Steakhouse
Map178 Broadway New York City
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