Dry and Wet Aged Steaks At New York’s Most Famous Steakhouse — The Meat Show


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America’s oldest restaurant, Delmonico’s, is about to celebrate its 180th anniversary. This fine-dining establishment is all about meat, so naturally it’s celebrating with a special anniversary edition 180-day dry-aged steak. In this episode of The Meat Show, host Nick Solares stops by the aging facilitates and chats with chef Billy Oliva about the restaurant’s meaty traditions.

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