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    Default BEST San Francisco Steakhouse?

    Suggestions from SF steak connoisseurs? Thanks in advance!
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    house of prime rib

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    alexander's has the best steak & scenery - but it's way over-priced imo

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    Default Steakhouse in SF

    This is not a chain like most the others. It is in an old victorian house in a residential area.

    Boboquivari's The Steak - San Francisco Restaurant in The Marina

    The Porterhouse Plate is two steaks.
    bobo’s-style new york & petit filet mignon cooked separately

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    ^^^^ yes, i should've mentioned bobo too

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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    alexander's has the best steak & scenery - but it's way over-priced imo

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    Took a client to Alexander's in Cupertino a few years back. He ordered the Kobe cut that was off the menu. Almost threw up when I saw the bill

    Gotta try Bobo's. House of prime rim is ok. For low key steak night, I hit up Izzy's

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    Izzy's FTW

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    If you like dry aged steak (like Peter Lugar in NY) and like a bone-in filet, the Bobo's is the place to go. If you want to go there shoot me a PM and I'll tell you hwo to speak to
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    BOBO's for sure!
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