Alexander’s Steakhouse is your one stop, fine dining eatery for delectable and juicy steaks. With an immense variety, Alexander’s offers an interpretation of a classic American steakhouse with a flare of Japanese influence throughout the menu.
Craving meat? Alexander’s offers a luxurious assortment of classic cuts including the Porterhouse, T-bone, and New York. Dry-aged steaks are also a highlighted and favored choice. Or, perhaps you’re leaning towards the Japanese influence. Well, Alexander’s has an extensive and flavor packed Wagyu list.
You’ve picked your meat, now what? Alexander’s does the hard work for you. Each steak comes with it’s own list of pre-chosen pairings and your choice of salts from their signature salt collection to enhance your tasting experience.
Thinking of making your trip to Alexander’s a little different and more personable? Check out the Chef’s Table Experience. Prices start at 185 per person, but with all the food and knowledge that’s included, it’s a steal! Due to the custom nature of this specific experience, the kitchen can only accommodate parties of six or less individuals and reservations are needed beforehand. Alexander’s will custom design a special tasting—no tasting is ever replicated—with ingredients at the peak of their season. The chefs will explore techniques, textures, and flavors with some surprises along the way. And, at the end, the menu is yours to keep.
You have your food selected, so what to drink? With hundreds of wine pairings recommended, it’ll be difficult to choose a winner. Maybe you want the night to be a little wild, so put away the wine menu and check out their widespread cocktail list.
Got room for some sweets, cheese or a post meal drink? Alexander’s dessert menu is as delicious and broad as their dinner menu.
Is your mouth watering yet? Alexander’s is a must if you’re in the San Francisco area.
448 Brannan Street,
San Francisco, CA 94107
Tel: (415) 495-1111
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday ~ Thursday: 5:30pm to 9:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm to 10:00pm
Sunday 5:30 – 8:30