The Old Homestead, a New York City institution, is one of the country’s oldest steakhouses and is known for serving the finest steaks in the Big Apple for nearly 150 years. With their second location in Atlantic City, guests can experience their trademarked domestically raised, hand-massaged Wagyu beef on both sides of the river.
Brothers and owners Marc and Greg Sherry believe in the adage “don’t mess with a good thing,” which is why the menu at their steakhouse in Atlantic City nearly mirrors the one in New York. And for good reason: "We haven't had an empty seat in quite a few years," Greg explained. Now visitors to Borgata have the chance to see why.
Learn more about Old Homestead's restaurateurs Greg and Marc Sherry.
Classic Steak House
Warm woods, soft fabrics
Gotham Rib Steak 34 oz
New York's oldest steak house, the Old Homestead Steak House was established in 1868 in New York City's Meat Packing District. Best known for its menu specializing in Beef, Beef, and Beef, brothers Greg and Marc Sherry opened their second location at Borgata in 2003.
Menu subject to change.