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American Cut’s famous Tomahawk chop ($115) with a side of chili lobster (market price), a dish suggested to be enjoyed by two


The Best 5 Cuts Around Town

By Caroline Perrott

Photo by Melissa Hom


Get your dose of protein by taking a bite of any one of these fabulous chops, cuts and slices.

Little Alley Steak Sink into one of Little Alley Steak’s plush leather booths as you enjoy any of their wet or dry aged steaks. Our favorite? The bone-in New York Strip that’s aged at a whopping 45 days. Add some personal touches with any of their enhancements that include roasted bone marrow ($13), wild shrimp ($14) and lobster tail ($20). How’s that for fulfilling? 955 Canton St., 770.998.0440

American Cut This modern steakhouse may be flooding with A-listers, but the best feature of this Buckhead resto is its selection of steaks. If you’ve been waiting all day to cut into a juicy chop, opt for the pastrami bone-in ribeye ($52) and pair it with chili lobster (market price) or farm fresh eggs ($3). We’re ready to order! 3035 Peachtree Road NE, Ste. 140, 770.415.9766

Bones Take a seat at one of Buckhead’s oldest—and most delicious—steakhouses for a meal you’ll never forget. The classic filet mignon is as delicious as the eatery’s interior design. Don’t forget to order a side of the famous mac and cheese served with bacon, of course. 3130 Piedmont Road NE, 404.237.2663

O-Ku O-Ku may be famous for its hand rolls and signature nigiri, but that doesn’t mean the chef’s steaks don’t sizzle. You won’t find a better A5 Wagyu ($25 per ounce) anywhere else in town than the one on O-Ku’s menu. 1085 Howell Mill Road, Ste. A3, 404.500.2383

Kevin Rathbun Steak As its famous name indicates, Kevin Rathbun Steak knows a good cut, so take a seat and sit a spell because you’ll want to savor these options. Order the dry-aged cowboy ribeye, a 22-ounce steak that will certainly warrant a take-away box. Either enjoy its natural flavor or opt for any of their sauces, including black truffle butter and the resto’s house steak sauce. 154 Krog St., Ste. 200, 404.524.5600