Steak Market Opens August 29 Serving a $590 Gold Leaf-Encrusted Tomahawk For Midtown Brunch

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Steak Market Opens August 29 Serving Gold Leaf-Encrusted Steak For Midtown Brunch
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Steak Market is set to open its doors on Sunday, Aug. 29, the company announced this week after teasing a summer debut last month, offering over-the-top golden steaks, lavish cocktails, and desserts priced in the three digits.

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“Midtown steak lovers can expect a rare dining experience,” according to a press announcement, “with top-shelf wine and spirits, impeccable hospitality, and live music courtesy of world-class DJs — all in a welcoming and visually striking space designed by Atlanta’s Lotus Design Interiors.”

“Steak Market brings a new, exciting energy to Midtown Atlanta’s dining scene,” Murat Nalcioglu, the restaurant’s general manager said. “Our guests can look forward to an entertaining steakhouse experience with a chef-driven menu featuring the very best Wagyu and Kobe beef, whether it comes from a local farm or halfway around the globe, as well as a raw bar, the freshest seafood, a first-class beverage program, and a premium cigar bar.”

Menu highlights include (click here for the full menu):

  • Golden Tomahawk: 24-karat gold-coated, highly marbled American Wagyu Tomahawk
  • S&M’s Private Reserve Cut: mustard-marinated Gold Grade American Wagyu rib cap (for three or four guests)
  • Royal Lamb: whole rack of lamb
  • Asado Short Ribs: Asado Short Ribs roasted for 12 hours (for two or three guests)
  • Mediterranean Sea Bass: Sea Bass served with arugula salad and lado lemono
  • Eiffel Tower: a variety of seafood and shellfish delicacies (for three or four guests)
  • Beluga & Beluga: Beluga Caviar and Beluga Vodka served with blini and assorted condiments
  • Lobster: Hard-Shelled Canadian Lobster served with sweet corn succotash

The beverage menu boasts specialty cocktails, nitro martinis, a wide range of spirit offerings, wines and Champagne by the glass, and bottled beer.

Beverage highlights include:

  • S&M Martini: Beluga Gold Vodka, Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac, Grand Marnier Cuvee du Centenaire, Inniskillin Icewine and 24-karat gold flakes
  • Chairman of the Board: Gunpowder Gin, clarified strawberry juice, pineapple, simple syrup and Angostura bitters
  • Lucifer’s Favorite: Casamigos Blanco Tequila, Cointreau, lime, basil and jalapeno
  • Lychee & Rose: Soho Lychee liqueur, vodka, lime and lychee juice
  • Thundercloud: Absolut Elyx, lime, rosemary syrup, Green Chartreuse and vanilla Greek yogurt

Steak Market seats 200 guests on three levels including a 14-person private dining room on the top floor and a members-only cigar lounge on the bottom level. With an annual membership fee, members receive priority reservations at Steak Market, a 10 percent discount on all food and beverages in the restaurant and lounge, a private cigar locker, private access, and member’s only hours.

Steak Market is located at 793 Juniper Street, NE in Midtown Atlanta and will serve dinner nightly beginning at 5 p.m. and brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc. Check out our publications in your city: Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, Orlando, Orange County, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Tampa.

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  1. I wish them all the best, but this place sounds like the antithesis of what I’m looking for when going to a steak restaurant. Gold coated steak? I just want a good steak cooked perfectly. Gold coating? Why?

  2. It’s an interesting idea, but I’m curious about the self-centered showboats who would purchase a dish like this. I know a lot of people struggling in this economy. Sound like Atlanta may have a large number of Marie Antoinette wannabees. LOL.

  3. We shall see if this succeeds. All of the other restaurants in this space have really struggled – parking issues included. I do hope they start taking care of the exterior – very nasty the other day – trash over flowing the dumpster, delayed maintenance on the building, homeless camping on the stairs long term, rough landscaping.

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