Steak 48, located in the swanky River Oaks District shopping center, is an ideal place to recover after a long day of luxury shopping. Brothers Jeffrey and Michael Mastro first set up shop in their home town of Phoenix, but opted to expand their offerings to the Bayou City in spring of 2016.
Restaurant 44 Concepts is now taking Steak 44 restaurant on the road, dubbing its Houston spot Steak 48 as a nod to Arizona, the 48th state.
Known for their “honest kitchen”, an open concept allows guests to watch chefs behind the scenes through glass wall dividing the kitchen from the dining area. As for décor, this is not your average dark wood, Scotch drinking steakhouse. Instead, guests will be welcomed with bright, contemporary designs.
As for the menu, expect steaks hand cut in house by a master butcher, responsibly farmed and wet aged 28 days before hitting your plate. Sides to accompany your steaks and chops include Alaskan king crab & rock shrimp mac & cheese, corn crème brulee made with sweet corn, cream and turbinado sugar, just to name a few.
Don’t stop there. Dessert literally grows on trees at Steak 48. Order the beignet tree and heads will turn as you pick fried dough, covered in powdered sugar, from the metal branches of this towering dessert covered tree.