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Best Steaks of Greater Zion

Wood Ash Rye

Moove over, salad. The carnivores are looking for steak. And our local foodie, @stg_eats won’t steer you wrong when it comes to finding a good ole American piece of meat. Check out these locales for their prime offerings, but know the rest of their menus won’t disappoint either.

Cappelettis
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Cappeletti’s serves one of the most popular steak dishes in Southern Utah. Their flat iron steak with cheese sauce on a bed of veggies is absolutely fantastic.


Anasazi
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Whether you go with the filet, ribeye or another cut, all their meat is sourced locally from Kanab. But the best part is ordering “on the rock” and cooking the meat yourself on a lava rock!


There are several great cuts here to choose from, but their house specialty is a Buffalo Ribeye. It’s a nice departure from the traditional and a must try!


The grilled tenderloin is everything you’d expect and more. And for those with a lighter appetite it comes in petite portions as well.


Aragosta Restaurant

Aragosta
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The Aragosta filet mignon is a fantastic cut on its own, but this steak is topped with sliced lobster meat that makes it next level.


Wood Ash Rye

Wood Ash Rye
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The bone-in beef ribeye is an absolute beast. It is a must-have, as there is definitely nothing else like it in Greater Zion. 

Charming is the word that comes to mind when thinking about this rustic steakhouse in Pine Valley. The prime rib is amazing and so are the affordable prices.


Always be sure to ask about the chef’s cut special of the day. Pro tip- you can make any steak a surf and turf by adding shrimp and it is highly recommended.


The Tomahawk Ribeye is a veritable feast for two. You can also make any steak Oscar-style and top it with an amazing jumbo lump crab cake! Two locations – La Verkin and Springdale.


The prime bone-in ribeye is delicious. For something a little different, you should also give the prime beef steak tacos a try!


Rylu’s Bistro

Rylus
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The filet is wonderful and the menu changes seasonally, so it’s worth going back. All the veggies and sides are also fresh, seasonal and locally sourced.


Sakura Japanese Steakhouse

Sakura
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The hibachi filet mignon is extra special as you can watch an entertaining chef prepare and cook it right at your table!


Visit Greater Zion’s Dining page to find more on restaurants and food across the area!

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