Celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse is best known for his talent with Creole cuisine, and at Delmonico he brings this influence to the steakhouse concept. The dining room, with its high-backed chairs and padded banquettes, vaulted ceilings and track-lighting, is comfortable enough to enjoy the kind of meal Lagasse can provide. The steaks and chops themselves are standard steakhouse fare, but some options, such as bone-in ribeye or a chateaubriand for two, are carved and presented tableside. Don’t overlook the appetizers: a Creole boiled gulf shrimp cocktail with a piquant horseradish sauce will call your taste buds to attention. To wash it all down, there is a spectacular wine list that has garnered many awards for its vast and high-quality selections.

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