As awesome as they may be, those steaks at Barclay Prime don’t come cheap. Starr’s luxe steakhouse’s signature Gachot & Gachot ribeye sets you back $43, and the Mishima Ranch NY strip, a 16 oz. slab of U.S.-raised waygu beef, goes for $85. However beginning today, budget-minded beef buffs can get a taste of BP’s high steaks without incurring too much damage to their bottom line. For the (fairly) reasonable sum of $110, carnivorous eaters can get a flight of specially cut five oz. NY strips that includes a wet-aged LaFrieda, a dry-aged LaFrieda, and a K+K Australian wagyu. The flights, which are meant to school the curious about the differences between each cut, are perfect for sharing and provide a way to dip your toe in the beefy waters before going for the full plunge.
Barclay Prime’s NY strip steak flight Photo: Barclay Prime