Finding a good cut of meat in New York City in the 1800s was no easy feat, which is partly what makes the Delmonico Steak so wonderfully famous. Conceived of in the mid 19th Century at Delmonico's Restaurant—widely considered America’s first restaurant—the Delmonico Steak is most often associated with all of the glory that is a boneless ribeye. BTR’s version of the Delmonico is a juicy and richly marbled steak that delights no matter how it's prepared. Brush with melted butter and broil it or season with your favorite rub and throw it on the grill. If it’s a fine cut you are after, BTR’s Delmonico Steak always satisfies.