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Mastro's Steakhouse

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ClosedOpens at 17:00
$$$$ Average price: $61
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246 N Canon Dr, 90210
Beverly Hills, California, USA
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If you feel hungry after visiting Beverly Canon Gardens, have a meal at this restaurant. Try perfectly cooked champ, tenderloin and fillet steaks. At Mastro's Steakhouse, pay attention to good chocolate cakes, butter cakes and cream cakes. Delicious port wine, martinis or champagne are worth a try here. Guests visit this place to order great cortado or good tea.

Vas a llevarte un buen recuerdo de this spot, ya que es famoso por su gran servicio y su amable personal, siempre dispuesto a ayudar. You will pay attractive prices for dishes. The cute decor and peaceful ambiance let visitors feel relaxed here. The Frommer’s experts gave this restaurant 3 stars and highlight that it as an exceptional place.

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Amazing as always. Staff is friendly, food is always perfect. Can’t go wrong.
Mastro's is hands down the best steakhouse I have been to in LA thus far. The service is exemplary, as is the food and wine list. We got the 22 oz. bone-in ribeye steak with a side of garlic mashed potatoes and sautéed mushrooms. This was more than enough for two people with lots to spare. The steak obviously was iconic and cooked to perfection, but the mashed potatoes and mushrooms were the perfect addition. Our server Tyler was wonderful and gracious, and was also super prompt and efficient with everything. He also recommended to us the perfect bottle of red! For dessert, they customized a serving of their butter cake for my birthday which was adorable and added to the charm. Would love to come back here and definitely recommend it for special occasions when you want to go all out.
Came here for a client dinner last Saturday night. Our group booked the reservation 2 months in advance and noticing that is a prime location Mastro's (and speaking of prime steaks) since it's in Beverly Hills. It's busy at this Mastro's and the restaurant itself is not as large as I thought. A small crowd of people hung out around the hostess area after I walked through the heavy opaque glass doors. For some reason, the hostess couldn't find my group's table on the 2nd floor so I could be escorted. I spent a few minutes trying to look for them myself and noticed that the entire 2nd floor space was used and squeezed with tables. I was bumping into servers and patrons as I slowly walked around. The atmosphere felt cramped. I eventually found my group and after sitting down, I didn't like how we were so close to the other tables. This is going back to what I noticed about the whole table layout of the restaurant. No doubt that I was bumping into people. We ordered and split the double porterhouse steak, some sides, and chocolate cake dessert between all of us. The porterhouse tasted tender and consistent like my other Mastro's visits. We left the dinner full and as I headed towards the staircase, I was running into people left and right. As much as this Mastro's has consistency, I think it's just too busy because it serves the entire LA area aside from the Ocean Club in Malibu. When I'm dining upscale, I prefer eating my meal, relaxed and in ease. I like the Mastro's in Costa Mesa a lot better because it's more comfortable. The restaurant is much bigger and spread out. When there's more leg room and space, there's more comfort. You can actually breathe before inhaling your delicious steak. Consistent, great steak in a cramped, restless environment. The lack of comfort prevents this location from getting a perfect rating. -------------------------------------------------- QUICK TIPS: -------------------------------------------------- # This Mastro's, aside from the Ocean Club in Malibu, serves the entire LA area so no surprise it's packed and busy. # For a weekend night reservation, you need to make it weeks in advance. # Double porterhouse is the best value (and my favorite) steak when you have 2 or more people. It's $114 for a ton of steak. Individual steaks cost ~$60 so even if the double porterhouse is split between 2 people, you're out ahead and you will have a ton of steak to take home. Ideally, 3-4 people with a decent appetite can share this perfectly. # Find $5 garage parking (after 6 pm) at the Beverly Canon Gardens.  You can also find street parking ($2 per hour, free after X pm, see posted sign) on Beverly Dr. or Dayton Way. I suggest you pay for the $5 gardens garage parking and relax for dinner. Enjoy your leisure and talk life with friends. When you're eating at a fancier place, people tend to stay longer anyways, more than 2 hours.
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246 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, California, USA, 90210
Opening hours
SundaySun 17:00-23:00
MondayMon 17:00-23:00
TuesdayTue 17:00-23:00
WednesdayWed 17:00-23:00
ThursdayThu 17:00-23:00
FridayFri 17:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 17:00-00:00

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