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Graniteville »

SallyAnn Lombardi, 57, was arrested for trying to steal a steak from a ShopRite, prosecutors said.

Ditmars »

The eatery on Ditmars Blvd. will feature a basement speakeasy that requires a password to enter.

Upper East Side »

The menu includes a seafood platter with jump shrimp, Maine lobster, crab claws and oysters.

Park Slope »

Brooklyn Biltong air-dries its meat instead of heating it — making it taste more like real steak.

Midtown »

The Canadian beagle won Best in Show at the annual event.

Park Slope »

The alleged thief shoplifted more than $400 in items from the Whole Foods Market in Gowanus.

Red Hook »

The tiny eatery is committing to its original goal of being a "neighborhood joint," the owner said.

Midtown East »

BV's Grill offers a cheddar burger and a kale barley salad, in addition to classic steaks.

Midtown »

A "small, boutique Vegas in Midtown" is the concept behind the plan.

Jackson Heights »

Barbecue, steak and burgers can help balance out all those fruits and veggies in your diet.

Midtown »

The iconic 85-year-old restaurant is scheduled to reopen in October with new menus and an updated design.

Upper East Side »

At $555, the Arlington Club's "cowboy" rib-eye is best for parties of four or more, restaurateurs say.

Flatiron »

Parea Bistro has changed its name to Parea Prime and added steak and raw oysters to its menu.

New York City »

The smoky and tender steak is paired with spicy honey mustard, caramelized shallots and earthy shitakes.

New York City »

DNAinfo.com New York visited five of the city's oldest and most storied restaurants.