Los Angeles, CA

This Steakhouse has been Named the Best in California

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The steakhouse industry is growing at a steady pace which means the competition is getting stiffer and these days, it seems as if there's a delicious steakhouse within driving distance no matter where you are in the state. But, not all steakhouses are built equally.

With that in mind, the editors over at Eat This, Not That have conducted research to find the best steakhouse in every state in the country by sifting through reviews, awards, and recommendations from various sources.

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So where can you find the absolute best steakhouse in California? According to ETNT, you'll have to head to chi Spacca in Los Angeles. Keep reading to learn more.

chi Spacca is referred to as a "meat speakeasy" and this stunning Italian-style steakhouse is anything but ordinary.

The restaurant opened its doors 10 years ago and is led by a group of star chefs: Joe Bastaniach, Mario Batali, and Nancy Silverton.

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Open for dinner only, the menu here features an array of appetizers and small plates from fresh burrata and Italian cured meat platters to salads and hearty pies like chicken pot, lamb shepherd, and a potato and caramelized onion pie.

For entrees expect a mix of prime cuts, seafood dishes, and plenty of sides to accompany them. Some of the most loved dinner options include the grilled octopus, pepper steak, and their signature 50 oz dry-aged prime porterhouse steak.

Patrons rave about the beautifully prepared plates and incredibly flavorful food here at chiSpacca making it well worth the visit for any and all meat lovers.

The next time you're in the mood for a juicy steak, be sure to give California's highest-rated steakhouse a try. chi Spacca is open every day of the week from 5:30 pm until 9:30 pm. To learn more about their menu, be sure to visit their official site here.

Address: 6610 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038.

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