Best of: Steaks

Steak is the perfect dinnertime meal for date night, a celebration, a birthday, or even just because, and several places in the capital city are serving up delicious, juicy steaks. Check out some of our favorite places to get a steak in Jackson!

18 oz. Bone-In Ribeye at CAET Wine Bar.

CAET Wine Bar

The name has “wine bar” in it, but CAET offers so much more than just a glass or two of wine. The menu at CAET boasts flavorful small plates and sweet desserts, but for those that are looking for a little more, CAET’s dinner menu is bursting with flavor. Along with Redfish, Stuffed Quail, and Shrimp & Grits, the steaks at CAET are just as delicious. Choose from Flank Steak and Truffle Frites or an 8-oz. Hereford Filet, both with sides ranging from Sauteed Spinach and Roasted Fingerling Hash. CAET also runs several specials throughout the year that include steak dishes that may not be on the year-round menu. Next time you find yourself in Fondren, head to CAET for a nice glass of wine and a steak. Check out their menu here:


Char Restaurant

Cowboy-Ribeye at Char.

For several years now, Char has been known to serve some of the best steaks in Jackson. Their selection ranges from a Filet, New York Strip, Ribeye, 12-ounce Bone-in Filet, and their Original Cowboy Ribeye, a 20-ounce bone-in chili rubbed steak. All steak dishes at Char come with one delicious side, such as Creamed Spinach Gratin, Seasoned Onion Rings, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Potato Fries, or the classic House-cut Fries. If you’re looking to add a little green to your diet, Char even offers a Steak and Bleu salad, which includes char-grilled flank steak over a bed of greens and salad toppings. Finish off your steak with a piece of Char’s amazing Pecan Caramel Butter Crunch Cake. For your next special occasion or date night, make your reservation at Char for a delicious steak and sweet desserts. Check out their menu here:


Crechale’s Cafe

Located off Highway 80 in Jackson, Crechale’s is known for their seafood and steak menu. Crechale’s is proud to be one of a select few restaurants in America to serve USDA certified prime meat; less than 5% of all beef is graded prime. Supermarkets sell it and restaurants typically don’t serve it, so you are sure to get a high-quality, hand-cut steak at Crechale’s. Choose from a Broiled Prime Filet Mignon, Prime Ribeye, Prime Ribeye King’s Cut, or a Prime New York Strip Sirloin. Each steak, and all entrees at Crechale’s, comes with a garden salad, baked potato, and assortment of homemade rolls with butter. There’s a reason people have been coming back to Crechale’s since 1956. The Jackson steakhouse prides themselves on serving the freshest steak and seafood in the metro. Check them out for yourself, and take a look at Crechale’s menu here:


Steak at the Iron Horse Grill.

Iron Horse Grill

Though their menu is full of much more than just steaks, the 14-oz. Ribeye and 7-oz. Filet at Iron Horse are specialties on their menu for a reason. Each one is cooked perfectly to your liking, and come with a delicious Baked Potato and Asparagus, making for the perfect, classic steak dinner. Iron Horse also offers a Surf and Turf if you’re looking for seafood to go along with your steak. The Surf and Turf includes two 4-oz. Hand-cut Sirloin Medallions topped with Grilled Shrimp, made complete with a Loaded Baked Potato and Daily Vegetables. Finish your meal with a piece of Mississippi Praline Cheesecake, and you’re sure to visit Iron Horse again and again. Check out their menu here:


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Paige McKay

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