The Best Steakhouses Near Marlton, NJ
It’s almost always cheaper to make your own dinners at home, but sometimes, it’s nice to treat yourself to a nice meal out on the town. And if you’re going to go out, why not do it right? Luckily, there are some great steakhouse options in the Marlton area. Whether you’re looking for a traditional steak dinner or something a little different, these restaurants should be your first stops.
The Capital Grille
The Capital Grille isn’t local to the Marlton area–there are locations across the United States, with the closest other one in Philadelphia–but you could do worse than a visit to the location near the Cherry Hill Mall. As far as steaks go, Capital Grille has a hearty selection that includes dry-aged New York strip, porterhouse, filet mignon, and others. The rest of the menu includes such delights as seared sea bass, citrus-glazed salmon, and Maine lobster. With valet parking available, the high-end Capital Grille experience begins before you even enter the restaurant.
The Chophouse definitely lives up to its name, providing a nice variety of quality surf and turf, with an emphasis on customizability. Not only can you choose your preferred steak cut, but you can also choose from an array of complimentary sauces to go along with your steak. The Gibbsboro restaurant’s culinary offerings alone make it more than worth the visit, but visitors are in for another treat: a fantastic view of Silver Lake, which is where The Chophouse calls home. Deck seating is open year-round, so you need not wait for the warmer months to enjoy a nice meal lakeside.
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar has a familiar steak menu that includes popular favorites like bone-in ribeye and New York strip. One way the menu stands out, however, is in its creative rubs, which include a porcini mushroom rub and coffee rub. Remember, too, the “wine bar” half of the restaurant’s name. Fleming’s boasts a worldly selection of 100 wines by the glass, with flavor profiles including everything from bubbly to bold.
Library II is most certainly a steakhouse, with a menu that offers a range of cuts, from filet mignon to London broil, as well as other dishes such as chicken kiev and shrimp scampi. Interestingly, though, one of Library II’s most famous features is its top-notch salad bar, which blows your regular old buffet-style salad bar out of the water with every topping–vegetables, cheeses, fruits–you can imagine. According to many visitors, it might be the salads, not the mains, that get you coming back!
Blink and you’ll miss Cherry Hill’s Steak 38. Attached unassumingly to the Hillside Inn, the restaurant can seem almost like a hidden gem. Whereas other popular steakhouses near Marlton aim for a modern dining experience, Cherry Hill’s Steak 38 is decidedly rooted in the 1950s and ‘60s. The nostalgic atmosphere at Steak 38 includes tableside food preparation and a menu that reflects a long history of culinary knowledge. And what a menu it is, with a fine steak selection and other less-popular (but no less delicious) classics including lobster ravioli, filet of flounder, and a rack of lamb. Tip: get the bananas foster for dessert, which is prepared, of course, tableside.