Tampa’s own Bern’s Steak House has been named in GAYOT’s list of the Top 10 Steakhouses in the U.S.
The Tampa staple opened in 1956. The steaks are aged in-house for five to eight weeks, priced according to the cut and thickness.
“On a trip from New York to California, Bernard Laxer and his wife Gert ended up staying in Tampa, where they opened a small restaurant,” GAYOT writes. “Obsessed with quality, Bernard started his own farm to grow produce for the restaurant, and assembled the world’s largest restaurant wine cellar with more 500,000 bottles encompassing around 6,800 different labels.”
– Kelly Hayes, Extensive Enterprises