Great Steaks, No Cellar: Wine-impaired steak houses like Peter Luger in Brooklyn favor nostalgia over good wine lists

Issue: March 31, 1996

March 31, 1996 Great Steaks, No Cellar Wine-impaired steak houses like Peter Luger in Brooklyn favor nostalgia over good wine lists By Thomas Matthews The porterhouse at Peter Luger is one of the best pieces of beef in the country, and it's been drawing carnivores to the restaurant's obscure corner of Brooklyn since 1887.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands March 31, 1996.

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