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Mastro's Steakhouse
Mastro's Steakhouse

Mastro's Steakhouse

9.130 reviews
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Seafood, Steak House
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246 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 888-8782
https://www.mastrosrestaurants.com/Locations/CA/Beverly-Hills-Steakhouse/
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Mastro's collection of sophisticated,classic steakhouse and ocean club seafood locations are recognized for their combination of world-class service,highly acclaimed cuisine,and live entertainment in ... Read more
an elegant yet energetic atmosphere. A truly unparalleled dining experience.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Consistently good food- Mastro's does not disappoint. Probably ideal for a special occasion or business dinner. Every great steak house has an excellent fish and this local was no different. Started with a hamachi crudo as an appetizer that was surprisingly delicious and flavourful. Was hesitant to order sushi at a place known for steak but would order this again in a heartbeat. Enjoyed a perfectly cooked seabass, lightly breaded on the server's recommendation, accompanied by their famous mac and cheese and a side of sautéed spinach to cut some of the richness from the other dishes. All amazing! Dont miss the butter cake with vanilla ice cream for dessert..you'll be dreaming about it for days:) Be sure to request for seating in the main dining room to enjoy the live music that entertains patrons nightly. Cant wait to go back!

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Good steaks, great well portioned sides. Nice atmosphere. Be sure to dress for the occasion, definitely not a casual spot.

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San Francisco, California, USA

I was here last weekend for my friends birthday. The line was pretty long.
For such an upscale place, it was pretty loud. I think it's because they serve alcohol?
I somehow was more impressed by all the sides. They were great. My Kansas steak was a little chewy and I felt like it was just fat. Service was excellent.

I personally wouldn't come back unless I shit money. $150 per person? Wow, let me go faint real quick.

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Local from Beverly Hills, California

Mastro's continues to pack them in every night for cocktails and steak dinners.

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My Favorite Steakhouse. Try the lobster mashed potatoes and the Butter cake for desert!
Want a break from the city try The Mastros in Malibu aka The Ocean Club.
Sides are large enough for 3. Not cheap but one of the best meals you will ever have

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA
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Fancy as fancy can get! This place is made for high end celebrating - get your wallet ready. Seafood towers, if you love seafood - are packed full of crab legs, lobster, crab meat, oysters...and is presented in a dry ice tower. Quite a presentation. I shared a tomahawk rib eye, very delicious. Lobster mashed potatoes- I think there was more lobster in there than the lobster I had in the seafood towers. And dessert - the butter cake - just get the butter cake and be done with it.

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Local from Santa Monica, California, USA

For the ultimate special occasion, let me present: Mastro's Steakhouse.

Beautiful setting. Impeccable service. Creamy lobster mashed potatoes. Gorgonzola mac & cheese. Burrata with heirloom tomatoes, balsamic reduction, olive oil and freshly ground pepper. Jumbo prawns from South Africa in a housemade spicy cocktail sauce. Lobster bisque. Petit filet, warm red center. Warm sinful butter cake topped with ice cream. Chocolate covered sweet strawberries. Freshly pressed cappuccino. Deliciously perfect wine pairings.

I always know a place is good by the dessert, for some reason. If they have an absolutely amazing dessert you can't really find elsewhere, then they take a certain kind of pride in what they do, and it shows.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

The prices are definitely pretty steep and I came here knowing that, but seeing all the reviews that rave about the steak, I really wanted to try it out myself. The bread basket that is given has some good bread in there, along with some really weird tasting bread. I liked the soft rolls, but the cheese bread was really hard and had a really strange aftertaste. Also, the food takes forever to come, so while I was waiting for the food, I ate the bread. -_- Not a good idea.

My boyfriend ordered the shrimp cocktail. It came very nicely presented with some dry ice and a lemon wrapped in cloth. Cute. But I wasn't very happy about the fact that there was only three pieces of shrimp. Yes, they were really big shrimp, but ... there was only 3 pieces.

I wanted to try the bone-in filet, but since my boyfriend was set on that one, I opted for the bone-in ribeye. I know a lot of people really like that one, so I was really excited. Definitely should have got the filet instead. The filet was really tender and really soft. It wasn't as savory as the ribeye, but it did melt in my mouth. I think that was good. But the ribeye was too thick and hard to chew. The sides were really salty and fatty. I only ate a few bites before taking home the rest of the steak. I also got the ribeye as medium rare, which wasn't a good decision. Medium probably would have been better.

Since this was a once in a lifetime chance to eat here, we ordered the lobster mashed potatoes. If you like mashed potatoes and lobster, you will like this $33 mashed potato side dish. I am more of a fan of the chunky mashed potatoes, so the potatoes were a little too runny for me; however, I did like the thick pieces of lobster in that dish. Also got the green beans with almond slices. That was really delicious, and the almond enhanced the flavor of the beans. But after taking it home and eating it the next day, I saw the amount of butter and oil that was in both of those dishes ... no wonder it was good.

And we did receive a complimentary chocolate cake from the pastry chef along with a really big pan of whipped cream. The chocolate cake wasn't too sweet, and had more of a sour undertone with the raspberries alongside of it. But I was pretty stuffed and wanted to take pictures of the cake rather than eat it. The whipped cream was really fluffy and light and not sweet at all, which makes it easy to eat a lot of it at once. We ended up taking the cake home and the next time that I ate it, it was really good. Everything was boxed up in these tiny black boxes with the Mastro's sticker sealed on top in a really nice bag.

My dad thought the ribeye was pretty good the next day that he ate it, but I really thought the filet was much better. Definitely go with the filet if you're going to go all out. The ribeye is bigger, but the filet is much tastier. I honestly didn't think the food was worth the price. Yes it was good, but yes I have had better. I read somebody's review mention Black Angus, and I did think of their food while eating here. Also, my friend had some really good home cooked steaks off the grill that were comparable if not BETTER than Mastro's. I think you pay for the food and the experience, and I thought both weren't up to par, which is why I won't be coming back again.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA
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The mastros penthouse in Beverly
Hills has amazing live music and great for people watching. The drinks are phenomenal here - you must try the elderflower martini! It's so refreshing, not too sweet and they give you a shaker for an extra pour. We sat at the piano bar where they turned the grand piano into a table. What great front row seats. I need to come back to try the food!

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Local from Los Angeles

Hands down, greatest steak house in LA. Service is impeccable, the sides are enormous, and of course the steaks are the top of the line dry aged until it's like crack variety. I'd heartily recommend the bone-in ribeye and the twice baked potatoes. Splurge on a seafood tower if you've got the corporate card on you.

Also, this is the only restaurant that I've ever received a follow-up phone call from the day after you eat there. They'll actually call you and say thanks for coming, hope to see you again soon - As weird as it sounds, you just gotta give them extra points for doing that.

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Local from Beverly Hills, California

My favorite steak house in the country. Request to be seated on the second floor. Must try: butter cake.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

excellent service. steak was cooked to perfection. sides were delicious and flavorful.

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San Francisco, California

Mastro's is exactly what a steakhouse should be: classy, exciting, and serves up some delicious food.

Our server, Daniel, and his crew delivered incredible service from the very beginning. Constant attention and friendly demeanor, Daniel was great.

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FOOD:

Seafood Tower w/ Oysters, Lobster Tails, & Shrimp Cocktail =
- Some of the freshest seafood I've had in California. The humongous prawns in the cocktail tasted like they were caught just minutes prior, with so much ocean flavor that it was awesome.

Horseradish =
- I know this wasn't a dish, but Mastro's horseradish deserves a shoutout. Extremely potent, while being phenomenally flavorful, this is horseradish done right. I think I smeared it on every bite of everything.

Ribeye Chop "Chef Cut" =
- Perfectly cooked at a medium-rare, the ribeye was fatty and tender. Placed on a sizzling hot plate, it was delicious without any sauces or extra seasoning.

Brussel Sprouts =
- A bit oily, but definitely delicious. They could've toned down on the oil a bit, but I still enjoyed every bite.

Lobster Mashed Potatoes =
- Now to say that this side is worth the exorbitant cost would be ridiculous of me, but honestly, it is damn delicious. Is it worth the cost of an entree? Probably not. But do I regret ordering it? Not one damn bit.

Gorgonzola Mac & Cheese =
- Mac and cheese is very difficult to get right, and Mastro's does a decent job of it. The cheese wasn't as cheesy as I'd like, but the flavor was good.

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Mastro's is one of the best steakhouses I've tried in LA, and definitely worth that special occasion. Everything from the ambiance to the service to the food was spectacular. It does put a dent in your wallet, but your tastebuds and stomach will be smiling every minute. As for your arteries, they'll hate you for days to come.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Good stuff!!!! Some call this the best steakhouse in LA, I won't disagree.

Although, I don't eat a lot of meat, I'm not a vegetarian but when my iron was low the last time I went to donate blood I knew red meat was in my near future. Heck, saving 3 peoples lives is at stake - so a girls gotta do what a girls gotta do.

I usually end up sick when I have an actual burger vs turkey or veggie so I shouldn't have thought anything different would happen when I came here. Indeed I ended up sick all night :( but that has absolutely nothing to do with Mastro's whatsoever and strictly has to do with the lack of meat I eat - my system seems to go into shock when I consume it.

You can forgo Valet parking if you'd like - there is metered street parking on the surrounding streets which has to be paid until 9P and then you're off the hook and Sundays are free as usual. The Montage is right across the street - what a gorgeous hotel - I think I see a staycation in my future too.

We sat downstairs instead of upstairs, forgot about that little tid bit of info until we started walking to the table and didn't hit the stairwell but I didn't bother asking. The dimly lit dining room downstairs was filled with a mixture of families, couples and just a bunch of folks out for a steakhouse dinner. Service was good, a little slow at first - I needed to let our server know we were ready to order, but the food came out in a timely manner and is served on 400 degree plates. Of course, being the daredevil that I am ;) I had to go for the tap touch, not that hot!

The pretzel bread is by far the best in the basket. I wonder if you can ask for only pretzel bread :) Ordered the lobster mash and it was phenomenal. Steamed spinach is also very good and my bone in 12oz filet was quite delish! I was borderline ready to pick up the bone and suck the remaining meat off of it but was too full at that point. Again, this is when I WISH I had a dog - he/she would have LOVED this little treat when I got home.

Had a Weihenstephaner hefe weissbier at the bar before being seated since we were a little early and a bottle of Pinot Noir from the Oregon region (don't worry, I didn't drink the entire bottle to myself) with dinner.

Coffee was ok, desserts looked good but I couldn't stomach another bite - I was sooo full. Around $350 for 2 people, not awful but not your weekly steakhouse outing, seemed to be a mix of peeps dining out and "special occasion" guests - although nothing screams special occasion as far as the decor goes - but what Steakhouse does?

Checked out the upstairs level and it seemed pretty lively around 11P - live music - some people were in and out of this place but somehow we in there 4.5 hours. Geez!

All in all, if you are a big fan of steak you may really like this place. For me, it was lovely but I may have to stick with veggie burgers.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Omg the steak is sooo good!We shared Chef Cut 33oz Ribeye Chop, Mastro's Mashed Potatoes, Sautéed Spinach and we still had leftovers... well just the side dishes! The Ribeye was so tender and juicy just how I liked it. The Mastro's Mashed Potatoes taste like a mashed up baked potato with all the fixings... cheese, sour cream, and bacon. Sautéed Spinach was pretty tasty lots of garlic flavor. They even offered us complementary dessert because there was an unexpected blackout. Apparently there was an electrical fire down the street so they had to turn the power off for the entire block. We asked for a little bit of ice cream and they gave us three giant scoops of chocolate ice cream! I was so full from my main course I could only finish half a scoop of ice cream... what a waste. The service was great of course. Parking is valet only unless you can find street parking.

Btw if you love Hennessy try Hennessy side car pretty pricy at $18 a drink but well worth it!

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Birthday dinner here with good buddies. Steaks and scotch for the win. Will definitely be going back and the lobster mashed potatoes are amazing.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Fantastic steakhouse and on Fridays and Saturdays they have live music. This is a two story establishment and the first floor is just a check-in/bar. If you can't get a reservation for a Friday or Saturday, there is still a chance to get a table! Walk right in at 5:30pm and ask to be seated at the little round bar tables upstairs. Those are first come first serve and doesn't require reservation...and you'll be close to the live music!

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Mastro's is an amazing steakhouse in Beverly Hills. Go to Mastro's if you're looking for a high-end dining experience. You cannot go wrong here and might even run into a celebrity!

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Irvine, California, USA

This is a great steakhouse. The atmosphere can get a little stuffy when you want a great steak and sides without all the hassle. However, if you are looking for a classy place, this is great. The tables are kind of close together so you can hear your neighbors' conversation, but the food makes it worth it. Definitely try the lobster mashed potatoes if you don't mind spending $30 on it. The other potato sides are really tasty too! In terms of steak, I like either the bone-in filet mignon or the bone-in ribeye.

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A popular and very good place in Beverly Hills

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