Of the top 40 steakhouses in the US two of them are located in Missouri, but only one of those two is in the BBQ capital of Kansas City. Let us take a look at the two steakhouses that made the list, and why you need to give them a try asap...

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A list called the 50 Best Steakhouses in the US was created by the travel website farandwide.com, and two of the top 40 ranked steakhouses on the list come from the Show-Me State. At number 39 on the list you have Hamilton's Urban Steakhouse & Bourbon Bar in St. Louis, and at number 25 you have Jess & Jim's located in Kansas City.

Farandwide.com doesn't just rank the steakhouse they give you a description as to why they are ranked where they are, the site says this about Hamilton's Urban Steakhouse & Bourbon Bar...

"Hamilton's uses its own house dry rub on all its steaks and is one of the few steakhouses on this list that allows you to order your steak "black and blue," which is essentially seared raw. But if that's not your jam, then you can opt to order it one of the five other ways available."

And the site goes on to say this about Jess & Jim's...

"Family-owned and operated since 1938, this no-frills steakhouse cuts its beef by hand daily and serves each one free of seasoning for an uncomplicated experience. Fans of the restaurant rave over the burgers, too, with trimmings from the steak ground into meat."

The list overall is dominated by fancy steakhouses in California, massive places in Texas serving insane portions, and white tablecloth places in Chicago and New York City, so it is cool to see Missouri represented in the top 40. To see the complete list for yourself click here!

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