Welcome to Four Cuts Steakhouse
After refining his culinary skills at Wolfgang’s and Peter Luger Steakhouse, Chef Joaquin Linares has finally opened his own steakhouse in this stylish and charming location in Sutton Place. Four Cuts is aptly named after the four most prized cuts of beef: the strip, t-bone, tenderloin, and rib-eye. Each Prime cut is aged up to 28 days in house and featured on the menu seasoned and grilled to perfection alongside a host of seafood classics.
The Ambiance at Four Cuts
Located off the beaten path of the midtown, Four Cuts offers a smaller footprint feel typical of a neighborhood restaurant while boasting an elegant interior designed by C3D Architecture, a unique wall gardens of living plants from Marlaina Deppe of Novo Arts, and custom walnut paneling by Franco Lucic of LMF Group. Together they deliver a white table cloth ambiance that hints at the high level of service you’ll get when visiting this fine dining steakhouse.
The Menu at Four Cuts
We recommend starting with appetizers like Crab Cake, Sizzling Canadian Bacon (Extra Thick and By The Slice), Salmon or Steak Tartare. Then move on to the Steak and Chops section of the menu features a Porterhouse for 2, Filet Mignon, Ribeye, and Lamb Chops all priced in the $40-50 range with your choice of Cherry Peppers and Onions, Barolo Wine, Truffle Butter, or Chef M’s Signature sauces on top. For those that fancy the lighter meats, there’s a host options on the Main Courses menu including the Half roasted chicken, Chicken Marsala, Chicken Milanese, Grilled Branzino, and Grilled Salmon in the $20 – $30 range. Four Cuts also features a few detours from the main menu with a happy hour menu from 3-6:30pm, bar bites menu served from 9-11pm, a prix fixe menu from 3-7pm, and 3 burger options for those looking for something more casual at the bar.