Mastro’s Steakhouse Menu Prices

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Mastro’s Steakhouse prices reflect its status as among the best in the classic steakhouse and fish house industry – truly, a collection of sophisticated restaurants known as much for its sumptuous array of food and drinks as for its celebrity clientele.

Below are the latest Mastro’s Steakhouse menu prices.

Item Price


Shrimp Cocktail $23.00
Dungeness Crab Cocktail $26.00
Lobster Cocktail $35.00
Chilled Alaskan King Crab Legs (1/2 lb.) $38.00
Oysters on Half Shell (Market Price) $0.00
Oysters Rockefeller $21.00
Fried Calamari $15.00
Beef Carpaccio $23.00
Roasted Bone Marrow $21.00
Steak Sashimi $22.00
Caviar (Market Price) $0.00
Foie Gras $35.00
Crab Cakes (Small) $18.00
Crab Cakes (Large) $31.00
Alaskan King Crab Stuffed Mushrooms $18.00
Seared Big Eye Tuna $19.00
Ahi Tuna Tartare $19.00
Sautéed Shrimp $24.00
Sautéed Sea Scallops $25.00
Smoked Salmon $21.00

Sushi Selections

Ahi Tuna Tostada $20.00
Hamachi with Crispy Onions $25.00
Maguro Lime Roll $24.00
Veggie Roll $17.00
Seared Albacore with Black Truffles $30.00
Jalapeno Tuna Sashimi $24.00
Clear Lobster Roll $29.00

Soups & Salads

Lobster Bisque $17.00
French Onion Soup $13.00
Caesar Salad $13.00
Spicy Mambo Salad $13.00
Chopped Salad $13.00
Mastro's House Salad $17.00
Warm Spinach Salad $13.00
Iceberg Wedge $12.00
Beefsteak Tomato & Onion $12.00
Heirloom Tomato & Burrata Cheese $20.00

Steaks & Chops

Petite Filet (6 oz.) $41.00
Filet (8 oz.) $48.00
Filet (12 oz.) $54.00
Bone-In Filet (12 oz.) $56.00
Bone-In Filet (18 oz.) $65.00
New York Strip (16 oz.) $56.00
New York Pepper Steak (16 oz.) $56.00
"Chef's Cut" New York Strip (20 oz.) $60.00
Bone-In Kansas City Strip (18 oz.) $58.00
Bone-In Ribeye (22 oz.) $58.00
"Chef's Cut" Ribeye Chop (33 oz.) $66.00
Porterhouse (24 oz.) $59.00
Double Cut Porterhouse (48 oz.) (Market Price) $0.00
Veal Chop (16 oz.) $58.00
Herb Roasted Chicken (24 oz.) $35.00
Double Cut Pork Chop (16 oz.) $40.00
Rack of Lamb (22 oz.) $49.00


Chilean Sea Bass $49.00
Scottish Salmon Filet $39.00
Big Eye Tuna Sashimi Style $49.00
Pacific Swordfish $40.00
Alaskan Halibut $48.00
Alaskan King Crab Legs (1 lb.) $70.00
Twin Lobster Tails (7 oz. Each) $68.00
Live Maine Lobster (2-6 lb.) (1 lb.) $35.00

Potatoes & Fresh Vegetables

Lobster Mashed Potatoes $35.00
Gorgonzola Mac & Cheese $14.00
Baked Potato (1 lb.) $13.00
Twice Baked Potato $14.00
Garlic Mashed Potatoes $14.00
Scalloped Potatoes $14.00
Sweet Potato Fries $14.00
French-Fried Potatoes $13.00
Shoestring Potatoes $13.00
Colossal Onion Rings $14.00
Alaskan King Crab Black Truffle Gnocchi $33.00
Green Beans with Sliced Almonds $13.00
Roasted Brussels Sprouts $14.00
Sautéed Mushrooms $14.00
Creamed Spinach $14.00
Creamed Corn $14.00
Sautéed Sugar Snap Peas $14.00
Spinach (Steamed or Sautéed) $13.00
Broccoli (Steamed or Sautéed) $13.00
Asparagus (Steamed or Sautéed) $14.00
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Founded in 1999 in Scottsdale, Arizona, Mastro’s Steakhouse has grown from a single restaurant to a chain of restaurants in several locations. These include restaurants in Las Vegas, Nevada; Scottsdale, Arizona; Newport Beach, Beverly Hills, Costa Mesa, Palm Desert, and Thousand Oaks in California; Chicago, Illinois; New York City, New York; and Washington, D.C. While each restaurants has its distinct personality, every single location adheres to the central theme of finest quality in food and drinks, excellence in service, and elegant ambiance, all of which sets the chain apart from its competitors.

What It’s Famous For

Mastro’s Steakhouse is consistently hailed by critics, foodies, and gourmands as one of the best steakhouses in the United States, thanks to its wide range of premium steaks. Among its accolades include “Top 10 Steakhouses in the U.S” according to Gayot; masterful steaks in a Los Angeles Daily News review; and the preferred steakhouse of locals and celebrities according to 944.

Why Eat Here

Every dish and dessert at Mastro’s Steakhouse has the stroke of a master chef, an impeccable maestro in the kitchen. You will find that your steak is cooked to perfection – pinkish in the middle rare rib-eye, for example. You should also try the bone-in filet, a cut with the bone marrow adding another delicious layer to the succulent meat.

Your server will provide a complimentary basket of bread, which comes with soft-as-silk butter. You can order several sides and desserts including garlic mashed potatoes, a perfect blend of silky mashed potatoes and hints of garlic; creamy creamed spinach; and the signature warm butter cake with vanilla ice cream, fruit, and red strawberry drizzle, among others. You may also order from a good selection of wines; ask your server for the best pairings especially when in doubt or when you want to try a new pairing.

The wait staff members are well-trained – attentive without being disruptive, knowledgeable without being condescending, and friendly without being intrusive. You have the choice of dining upstairs, which has a live band and a hip vibe, or downstairs with a more subdued ambiance. In either case, you will find that the steakhouse always makes for a great dining experience!

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