Juicy Perfection: 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!


Char Restaurant

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. jackson.charrestaurant.com/dinner

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. crechales.com/menu.html

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. theironhorsegrill.com/menus

a steak, baked potato, roll and veggies
Steak at the Iron Horse Grill
Paige McKay White


Paige McKay White

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