If you love a good steak and great wine, you’ll be happy at chef Mario Batali’s Carnevino. While there are Italian dishes on the menu (such as pappardelle with porcini trifolati), made-in-the-Midwest meat is the main attraction. You’re guaranteed a good cut, as the steaks are all-natural and free of hormones and antibiotics. The Italian villa-inspired dining room is decked out in dark wood, plump cushions, a marble bar and a big bronze bull, just in case you didn’t know it was a steakhouse. Order a bottle from the never-ending wine list and share the slightly charred Florentine porterhouse, which is rubbed with sea salt, pepper and fresh rosemary. This succulent steak is one of the highlights of Mario Batali’s menu.