11 Steak Nights in Houston to Enjoy At Home Every Monday Through Thursday

Despite the ongoing challenges of navigating the coronavirus pandemic, the sacred ritual of a weekly steak night is still going strong in Houston. While restaurant dining rooms and patios are open for service at limited capacity, many are also offering options for enjoying the goodness of grilled meat at home or wherever your dinner plans take you.

From upscale feasts to classic combinations, there’s a steak for every bite and budget available for curbside pickup, takeout and delivery. While we’re not going to recommend eating red meat four nights a week (that’s between you and your doctor), it is, in fact, possible. Thursdays, though, are a particularly big day for steak nights in Houston. Read on to see what’s available when — and watch for another list of even more steak nights available for to-go orders soon.  

Monday

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Order ribeyes from The Creek Group of restaurants that include sides and wine add-ons. Photo courtesy of the Creek Group

Canyon Creek, 6603 Westcott: Every Monday and Wednesday this casual locale next to Memorial Park offers a steak dinner for dine-in or to-go for $21. It includes a ribeye, loaded baked potato and side salad and is available from 6 p.m. until sold out. Add a bottle of wine for $20.

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The Sixth Ward Steak Night at Henderson & Kane is on Mondays and includes steaks from 44 Farms. Photo courtesy of Henderson & Kane

Henderson & Kane General Store, 715 Henderson: Head to the Washington Corridor for Sixth Ward Steak Night every Monday from 5 to 9 p.m. With three cuts to choose from, it’s almost like going to a traditional steakhouse. Meats are sourced from 44 Farms  and each is hand-cut in house. The 8-ounce sirloin is $16.50, the 16-ounce strip is $24 and the ribeye is available as either a 16-ounce for $27 or a 20-ounce for $30. All plates include garlic mashed potatoes, bacon Brussel sprouts, chipotle cream sauce and toast. Order online, by phone or in-person for dine-in and takeout. While you’re there, stock up on other goodies such as local beer, produce, pantry items and more.

Tuesday

Griff’s Irish Pub, 3416 Roseland: Head to this iconic Irish pub for the $38 Tuesday-steak dinner for two. It includes two 16-ounce ribeyes cooked-to-order, housemade mashed potatoes and a bottle of Chardonnay or Cabernet. Additional steak and potatoes are $16 per order. There are also domestic beers for $1 each and China Garden Jumbo Egg Rolls for $4 each. Pre-order via email or call (713) 528-9912 after 2 p.m. for curbside pickup. 

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Tuesday steak night at The Hay Merchant includes a 10-ounce ribeye plus sides that change weekly. Photo by Lucas McKinney

The Hay Merchant, 1100 Westheimer: Stop by Chris Shepherd’s Montrose gastropub on Tuesdays when $20 gets you a 10-ounce ribeye plus sides. The sauces and sides change weekly, but past selections include demi-glace and sides of Lyonnaise potatoes and roasted cauliflower, or chimichurri with smashed potatoes and charred squash and tomatoes. Pre-order is available online beginning on Mondays. You can also do same-day preorders on Tuesdays for dine-in, curbside pickup or DoorDash delivery. 

Wednesday

The Butcher Shop at B&B Butchers, 1814 Washington: B&B Butchers is offering a limited-time weekly Prime Rib Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The meal is $39 and includes prime rib with au jus plus Yorkshire pudding, Fully Loaded Mashed Potatoes, side house salad, and choice of New York Cheesecake or bread pudding. Order are only accepted by phone by calling (713) 862-1814 and are for curbside pick-up and takeout.

Pearl Bar, 4216 Washington: Order steak night for curbside pickup on Wednesdays from this local icon in Rice Military for $22. Available from 4 to 7 p.m., Dinner includes a 14-ounce ribeye, loaded baked potato and salad with ranch dressing. Toppings and condiments are packaged separately to ensure freshness. Order online and fill in the prompts for prefered steak temperature and pickup time, or pay via Venmo (@Pearl-Bar), Cashapp ($pearlbarhouston) or Paypal (me/pearlbarhouston). For those last three online payment methods, include the steak temperature and pickup time in the app’s memo space.

Thursday

prime rib, green beans, au jus, potatoes, wine
At a’Bouzy, the 16-ounce prime rib for two with au jus, horseradish cream, loaded mashed potatoes, sautéed green beans with garlic and onion comes with a bottle of wine or Champagne (changes weekly). Available to-go only. Photo by Shawn Virene.

a’Bouzy, 2300 Westheimer: Modern French flair meets convenience in River Oaks with a Thursday wine-and-steak special available for $69 and takeout only. It includes a 16-ounce prime rib for two with au jus, horseradish cream, loaded mashed potatoes, sautéed green beans with garlic and onion, and a bottle of wine or Champagne (changes weekly). For families, add a kid’s meal with crispy chicken tenders and fresh fruit for $12.99 each. If surf and turf is on your mind, you can also order the Thursday takeout Shuck-at-Home Oyster Special, which includes one dozen oysters (they change weekly but may include Blue Point Oysters from Connecticut) and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut NV for $69.

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Choose from several cuts of steak plus barbecue chicken at The Barking Pig. Sides and sauces change weekly. Photo courtesy of The Barking Pig

The Barking Pig, 2307 Ella: Kristen Powell, owner of this cheerful Shady Acres hangout, delights in serving guests during her favorite night of the week: Thursday steak night. Visit from 5 to 9 p.m. for three options: 12- to 16-ounce hand-cut ribeye for $18.99, an 8-ounce center cut filet for $22 or BBQ butterflied chicken breast for $15. Each plate includes a small house salad (spring mix, Romain, tomato, feta, cucumber, red onion) with rotating dressings and brown butter mashed potatoes. Most weeks, the vegetable, sauce and topping change, and sometimes there are extras, such as Oscar-style with lobster topping.

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The 16-ounce prime ribeye steak night special at Field & Tides comes with choice of salad plus two sides and a preselected bottle of red or white wine. Photo courtesy of Field & Tides

Field & Tides, 705 East 11th: Specializing in upscale comfort fare, this Heights restaurant offers a Thursday steak-and-wine special that serves two for $75. It includes a pre-selected bottle of red or white wine, a 16-ounce prime ribeye, horseradish mashed potatoes, sautéed oyster mushrooms with Worcestershire butter and choice of a large local greens or Caesar salad. It is available for pickup, curbside or limited delivery.

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Order an Italian-style steak for steak night in Cypress. Photo courtesy of Marvino’s Italian Steakhouse

Marvino’s Italian Steakhouse, 24002 Northwest Freeway, Cypress: You can cut into succulent steak from the comfort of your own home thanks to specials every Thursday from this Cypress steakhouse. Available for takeout and delivery, the Ribeye Steak Special is $29 for a 16-ounce cut and the Filet Mignon Special is $25 for an 8-ounce cut. Each dinner includes a loaded baked potato and your choice of Caesar or house salad. Wines are available by the bottle; see the online wine list for selections and prices. To order, call (832) 220-7200.

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The Thursday steak night special at MKT Bar features a Chef’s Ribeye Steak plus specialty toppings and sides. Photo courtesy of MKT Bar

MKT BAR, 1001 Austin: Grab dinner and groceries in one swoop at this colorful and eclectic downtown mainstay that shares space with Phoenicia Specialty Foods. The Thursday steak special is $16.99 and includes the Chef’s Ribeye Steak with housemade chimichurri sauce and shoestring onions, a MKT Salad and choice of twice-baked potato or Za’atar-Spiced Fries. Available for dine-in, takeout, curbside and delivery.


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