Nick & Stef's
Los Angeles, CA 90071
LA Weekly's Description
Joachim Splichal’s downtown steak house pushes the genre’s envelope. The decor is sedate enough — banquettes wear banker’s gray — but annexed to the dining room is a climate-controlled glass case filled with slabs of darkening, crusting, dry-aging beef — a library of meat. The a la carte menu features 12 kinds of potatoes, 6 sauces and at least as many other side dishes. The outside patio — a sunny clearing in a forest of skyscrapers — may be the most striking urban dining spot in town. Parking in Wells Fargo Center. Dinner entrees $26-$46.
Tips from foursquare
have to try the salmon
Great happy hour menu 3-close
Food blogger Heather of Aging Gal recommends Nick & Stef’s Steakhouse. “Start with a Caesar salad prepared tableside, then move on to the prime Black Angus. Don’t forget the signature sauces.”
The dry aging room in this downtown institution, named for chef Splichal's twin sons, is a must-see.
I read about the szechwan string beans on Losanjealous. "perfectly roasted with a slightly spicy sauce... beautiful pink peppercorns could make anyone...love pink for a dinner’s length." Sounds good!
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