If you’re a restaurant owner in Texas and want to be known for your steaks, you better create perfection. Not to be harsh but there are so many fantastic restaurants and steakhouses within the Lone Star State and if you’re not doing everything perfectly people won’t come back.

But when you’re going to a bigger city like the Dallas/Fort Worth area there are amazing steakhouses to choose from.


If you want a prime cut of amazing steak, you’re going to need to scroll down just a little bit because I have found 5 of the most expensive steaks in the Metroplex and you might need to make this your new steak bucket list.

We are talking about iconic restaurants that have been around for a long time and their customers know they can depend on their quality and customer service.  

What’s the Most Expensive Steak in the Dallas Area? 

There is a steak named after the NBA legend Dirk Nowitzki that is dry-aged for 41 days is 41 ounces and costs $255. But that is not the most expensive.

There is another steak, a 42-ounce bone-in Australian Blackmore Wagyu ribeye that is almost $400. I’m sure it’s amazing, but I couldn’t spend that much money on a steak. 

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