Best Restaurants in Pearland for Satisfying Your Steak Cravings

T-bone steak at Killen's Steakhouse

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A simple, well-prepared steak can turn a meal into something magical. All it takes is a good cut of beef and a little skill and seasoning to create a primal symphony for the senses. From steak night to steakhouse, we’ve put together a list of bars and restaurants around Pearland to satisfy that particular carnivorous craving. All prices cited below are before tax and gratuity. 

Read on to see all the places in Pearland for sinking your teeth into a juicy steak, and check out the Visit Pearland dining webpage for more recommendations for all types of cuisine. 

12-ounce, flame-grilled ribeye with bourbon steak butter, Cajun mashed potatoes and flame-grilled Brussels sprouts at 2-A-Days Sports Bar in Pearland
During Wednesday Steak Night at 2-A-Days Sports Bar in Pearland, get a deal on this 12-ounce, flame-grilled ribeye with bourbon steak butter, Cajun mashed potatoes and flame-grilled Brussels sprouts.

2-A-Days Sports Bar, 10555 Pearland Parkway: Steak night starts at 4 p.m. every Thursday.  Get a 12-ounce, flame-grilled ribeye with bourbon steak butter, Cajun mashed potatoes and flame-grilled Brussels sprouts for $21.99 plus tax and gratuity. 

Busy Bee Café, 4009 Broadway: Billed as a “one-stop diner” with locations in Pearland and Alvin, Busy Bee is ready to serve the whole family breakfast, lunch and dinner. The brand has undergone several ownership changes since it was originally opened by the Springer family in 1935. It still maintains its commitment to offering classic, country-style dishes at reasonable prices. Its steak offering is a 12-ounce ribeye with a baked potato and salad for $18.99. There is also a hamburger steak with grilled onions and gravy for $12.49. Busy Bee Café also serves fried chicken gizzards, soups, salads, burgers and po’boys.

Floyd’s Seafood, 1300 Broadway: Diners looking for some Cajun flare should peruse the “West of the Sabine” section of the menu for a selection of steaks. Choices include Akaushi Steak & Shrimp, a 45-day-aged sirloin steak served with three shrimp and mashed potatoes (a 10-ounce is $25.99 and an 8-ounce is $22.99) or the 12-ounce 1855 Ribeye Steak which is aged for 60 days and cut in house. Add steak toppers for $3.99; choose from among sautéed mushrooms, grilled onions, blue cheese or homemade mushroom onion gravy. You’ll also find pork chops, chicken fried steak and a Smothered Hamburger Steak served with dirty rice and homemade mushroom onion gravy for $17.99. Enjoy all-day happy hour every “Sunday Funday.

RC Ranch Wagyu Filet with black truffle butter, Parmesan whipped potatoes and Honey Balsamic Feta Brussels Sprouts
RC Ranch Wagyu Filet with black truffle butter, Parmesan whipped potatoes and Honey Balsamic Feta Brussels Sprouts. Courtesy photo.

Grazia Italian Kitchen, 9415 Broadway: This Pearland favorite has three different premium steak options. The R-C Ranch Ribeye features Texas-raised beef and is accented with truffle-infused butter, while the Prime Certified Angus Beef Filet Mignon is eight ounces, accompanied by compound butter. Either is $48. Opt for the tender Wagyu Chimichurri Flank Steak and enjoy both Latin and Italian flavors;  Pancetta Risotto accompanies it and, the dish costs $34. To go alongside, you’ll find steakhouse favorites such as whipped potatoes, sautéed spinach and grilled asparagus, along with Grazia’s creative side-dish offerings like Honey Balsamic Feta Brussels Sprouts, Short Rib Mac & Cheese and Twice-Baked Gnocchi.  

Hometown Sports Bar & Grill, 1853 Pearland Parkway: Open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight, Hometown features all of your favorite Houston sports on the big screen with ice-cold buckets of beer and pub grub, including a late-night menu starting at 9 p.m. Enjoy a 12-ounce ribeye and two sides for $25 during Steak Night every Wednesday. 

Kelley’s Country Cookin’, 2933 East Broadway: Founded by J.W. Kelley, Sr. in 1984, this family-owned chain offers breakfast and Southern comfort food from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. daily.  For steak, Kelley’s has grilled ribeye topped with grilled onions for $18.99 or with grilled onions and four jumbo fried shrimp for $21.99. There’s also a juicy hamburger steak on the breakfast and dinner menus topped with grilled onions and brown gravy for $12.99.

beef flight at Killen's Steakhouse
A flight of different kinds of beef at Killen’s Steakhouse. Photo by Kimberly Park.

Killen’s Steakhouse, 6425 Broadway: Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef Ronnie Killen made his mark not just on Pearland’s culinary scene but nationwide with his eponymous steakhouse. In both 2018 and 2019, he even earned a James Beard Award semifinalist nod for it. His steakhouse offers a wide variety of premium wet and dry-aged steaks, including an 8-ounce USDA Prime filet mignon for $55, Akaushi Texas Wagyu filet for $95, a 14-ounce La Fortaleza (Texas Wagyu) Ribeye for $110, a number of Japanese and Australian Wagyu steaks and more. For toppers, there’s au poivre sauce or béarnaise for $6, sautéed mushrooms for $18 and one piece of foie gras for $18.

12-ounce Cajun Style Black Angus Ribeye with mashed potatoes and chipotle-lime butter at Magnolia Cajun Comfort restaurant in Pearland
The 12-ounce Cajun Style Black Angus Ribeye with mashed potatoes and chipotle-lime butter at Magnolia Cajun Comfort restaurant in Pearland. Courtesy photo.

Magnolia Cajun Comfort, 1807 Broadway: Magnolia is a family-owned restaurant with chef Steve Haug, who has over 25 years of experience 18 of which was spent helming Del Friscos as its executive chef. Haug delivers hearty portions of Cajun comfort, which includes staples such as chicken and sausage gumbo, blackened redfish sandwiches, New Orleans-style BBQ shrimp and red beans and rice with jalapeno cornbread. There is also a 12-ounce “Cajun Style” Black Angus Ribeye on the menu with mashed potatoes and chipotle-lime butter for $28 that is gaur-on-tee’d to make you loosen your belt a notch (to make room for beignets and bread pudding, of course).

Sakura Japanese Steakhouse, 2810 Business Center: This family-friendly Japanese restaurant specializes in sushi rolls (maki), sashimi, hibachi dishes and teppanyaki a style of cooking often confused with hibachi, wherein foods such as Japanese barbecue and stir-fry are grilled on a flat-top teppan. Sakura offers two sizzling steak entrées: grilled filet mignon with assorted vegetables and pan-fried Basil Filet Mignon for $21.95 each. 

Saloon Door West's steak night special. Courtesy photo.
Saloon Door West’s steak night special. Courtesy photo.

Saloon Door West, 1231 Broadway: Webster-based Saloon Door Brewing expanded into Pearland in August of 2023 with a second location in the former BAKFISH Brewing Co. space. The Pearland location now offers Steak Night every Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. It includes a craft beer, steak, potatoes and green beans “to make it healthy” for $25. The brewery features a large, dog-friendly, covered patio with outdoor games like giant Jenga and cornhole, and an air-conditioned taproom with ample seating.

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