A Classic Steakhouse for the Upper West Side
A Classic Steakhouse for the Upper West Side

Spacious steakhouse Lincoln Square Steak has recently opened on the Upper West Side. In a setting reminiscent of the ’60s, the steakhouse offers dry-aged steaks and seafood dishes. An extensive wine list features 30 bottles under $30.

Owner Bruno Selimaj commissioned Giancarlo Impiglia to create the mural in 1986. Selimaj has been looking for the right place to hang the mural for the last 19 years. (Courtesy of Lincoln Square Steak)
Owner Bruno Selimaj commissioned Giancarlo Impiglia to create the mural in 1986. Selimaj has been looking for the right place to hang the mural for the last 19 years. (Courtesy of Lincoln Square Steak)

Seared Sea Scallops, Tuna Tartare, Prime Dry Aged Rib-Eye, and Prime Dry Aged Double Eagle Strip Bone-In are some of the dishes featured.

Porterhouse Steak for Two. (Courtesy of Lincoln Square Steak)
Porterhouse Steak for Two. (Courtesy of Lincoln Square Steak)

The restaurant has four private dining rooms, four fireplaces, and features a 32-foot mural by artist Giancarlo Impiglia.

Lincoln Square Steak
208 W. 70th St. (between Amsterdam and West End avenues)
212-875-8600
LincolnSquareSteak.com

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