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Smith & Wollensky

Map & Directions 4007 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77027
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713-621-7555
  • Steakhouse
  • Sun, Sat 5pm-2am, Mon-Fri 4pm-2am
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash
  • Smoking, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible, Business Dining
  • Dinner, Late Night
  • Recommended, Accepted
  • Valet

Description

Houston Press' Description

The Houston outpost of the New York-based Smith & Wollensky chain serves some of the only dry-aged USDA Prime steaks in the city (ask the waiter which ones). The chain spends more money building and decorating its restaurants than most other chains do, and the atmosphere is a delight. There are lots of bargains on the savvy wine list, but salads and sides are à la carte.

 
Member Reviews

  • DickR wrote a review for Smith & Wollensky
    on 06/10/08
    4

    There are plenty of really good steak houses in Houston, but Smith & Wollensky is my current favorite. I'm sure they have plenty of great items on the menu, but I always order the filet mignon. They dry age their own beef and it works. The first bite always makes me laugh because it's sooo unbelievably good. Their dessert cart never dissappoints...anything chocolate has my name on it.

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Tips from foursquare

  • pgc on 05/06/11

    Bone-In Ribeye + Mc&Cheese.. Thats all.

  • Patricia R. on 02/18/11

    They actually know how to cook a perfect medium rare PLUS filet mignon!

  • mai p. on 09/30/10

    Complimentary wine tasting every thursday night 5-6 and grilling on the patio every friday 530-630

  • Stacey B. on 09/29/10

    Wine Week each year is amazing. Sample 10 wines for $10 at lunch!

  • Lissa G. on 04/29/12

    Great place for late dining! Usually 1am on weekends. Sometimes as late as midnight during the week!

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