There will soon be a new restaurant for steaks in Buffalo. Now, in addition to offering a bite to eat at the Atrium Bar & Bistro and Starbucks, the Hyatt Regency Buffalo Hotel and Conference Center, located at Two Fountain Plaza in downtown Buffalo, plans to have steak back on the menu.

Morton's The Steakhouse, which was located at the hotel from 2017 to December 31, 2019, closed the location without notice. Two years later, plans are in place to open Bull+Buffalo this summer. According to WGRZ, restaurateur Chris Harter is working with developer Douglas Jemal, who purchased the Hyatt building, to create the new restaurant.

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Even though we have lost some great spots, there are tons of new restaurants opening, so we should have plenty of options for all the foodies in Buffalo.

9 Of The Most Expensive Steakhouses in New York State [List]

If you're searching for the perfect steak and money is not a problem, you might want to try one of these steakhouses around New York. The steaks are pricey, but according to the reviews, they are worth every penny.

1. Old Homestead Steakhouse - 4.2 Stars
56 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011

It is well-known for its Japanese Wagyu “A5+” steak, which is $175 for 6 ounces or $350 for 12 ounces. You can view Old Homestead's full menu here.

2. Hutch's - 4.6 Stars
1375 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, 14209

At Hutch's, the most expensive steak you can order is the 18-ounce Bone-In Tenderloin accompanied by whipped potatoes, herb compound butter for $89. You can find the full food menu for Hutch's here.

3. 677 Prime - 4.6 Stars
677 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207

677 Prime offers two Wagyu options, the most costly steaks on its menu. First, there is the 12-ounce Wagyu NY Strip Snake River Farms Gold Label for $125. Or, you can go really big-budget and order the Snow Aged Japanese Wagyu 30 day aged A5 grade, Niigata Prefecture, which comes 2-ounce increments at $40 per ounce (a 6-ounce servicing will set you back $240). 677 Prime's food menu is available here.

4. TS Steakhouse at Turning Stone Resort Casino - 4.6 Stars
5218 Patrick Rd, Verona, NY 13478

TS Steakhouse is so expensive they don't list their prices on the menu, lol. But just know that it will be on the higher end of the average person's budget. They offer an 8-ounce Filet Mignon, 20-ounce Bone-In Rib-eye, 26-ounce T-Bone, 16-ounce Prime Rib (As Available) and a 16-ounce NY Strip. The full food menu can be viewed here.

5. Babbo Ristorante e Enoteca - 4.3 Stars
110 Waverly Pl, New York, NY 10011

The Grilled Porterhouse for Two is $160 at Babbo and is accompanied by Fingerling Potatoes and Tuscan "Intingolo." You can see Babbo's menu here.

6. Ruth's Chris Steak House - 4.5 Stars
670 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY 10591

While Ruth's Chris is another steakhouse that doesn't list its prices on its online menu, the 40-ounce Tomahawk for Two is around $155, according to its Facebook page.

7. Tournedos Steakhouse - 4.6 Stars
26 Broadway, Rochester, NY 14607

It offers an A5 Japanese Wagyu Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture - 100% Tajima Cattle 4 ounce Beef Tenderloin with Ponzu Sauce and paired with a Nigori Sake for $136. For about half of that, you could get Wagyu Strip Steak (Regular Cut) for $72. View Tournedos full menu here.

8. Buffalo Chophouse - 4.5 Stars
282 Franklin St Buffalo, NY 14202

Buffalo Chophouse offers a reasonably priced 32-ounce Bone-In Ribeye for just $74.  Compared to $350 for a Wagyu steak, $74 is a bargain. You can see the full menu here.

9. Doma Land + Sea - 4.6 Stars
490 Chestnut St, Cedarhurst, NY 11516

It offers a Tomahawk for Two served with Roasted Vegetables, Chimichurri Au Jus and Bearnaise Sauce for $190. If you're just ordering for one, Doma Land + Sea serves up a Bone-In Rib Steak for $75. View the full menu here.

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