With New York City being the most populated city in the US, everyone is looking to enjoy the incredible and unique sights, tastes and sounds of the city. The scene was drastically changed with the arrival of Benjamin Steakhouse on 52 East 41st Street. The restaurant was helmed by Benjamin Prelvukaj and opened in 2006. They are highly known for their savory steaks and delicious array of meals created by revered Chef Arturo Mcleod. Benjamin Steakhouse has quickly become the new "go-to spot" in the city!
Benjamin has set out to create a memorable dining experience for all of his guests, one that includes a warm and inviting atmosphere, stellar service and exemplary dishes. With such attention to detail and respect of privacy, Benjamin Steakhouse has become a celebrity haven of sorts. Frequent diners include the likes of Kim Kardashian, Mario Lopez, Donald Trump, Whoopi Goldberg and Neil Patrick Harris to name a few. Emmy winner and legendary actor Martin Sheen was quoted saying "Benjamin really does it right. Put me in New York City, surrounded by good friends, lively conversation, and a dish of Benjamin's creamed spinach and I'm happy as Larry."
The restaurant naturally specializes in steak dishes that are sure to please the finest of steak connoisseurs. Benjamin Steakhouse uses only the very best USDA prime beef. Every cut of meat is carefully dry-aged in specially handcrafted aging boxes. They are then chilled to the precise temperature and humidity level, for a minimum of 28 days for the best flavor. This delectable flavor can be found in Benjamin Steakhouse's signature dish, the Porterhouse Steak, which is the personal favorite of Kim Kardashian.
The welcoming environment, delicious food and committed privacy has made Benjamin Steakhouse a natural standout in a city full of dining options. It has also managed to create a dining experience pleasing locals, tourists and celebrities alike. It's this virtuous dining experience that Benjamin Steakhouse invites everyone to enjoy.
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