High-end steaks on Long Island

The Palm at the Huntting Inn in East The Palm at the Huntting Inn in East Hampton. (Aug. 10, 2012) Photo Credit: Ian J. Stark

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National, haute-steak houses are comparatively few on Long Island, where locals dominate. Here are three.

MORTON'S THE STEAKHOUSE

, Great Neck

The Morton's group is consistent. And the Great Neck Morton's is a very popular Northern Boulevard entry. Recommendations include the porterhouse for two, lobster, crabmeat cocktail, crabcakes, pork chops, Key lime pie.

RUTH'S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE , Garden City

This branch of Ruth's Chris is situated a side dish away from The Capital Grille. It's a businesslike operation with the obligatory sizzle. Recommended: strip steak, filet mignon, crabcake, shellfish cocktails, caramelized banana cream pie.

THE PALM AT THE HUNTTING INN

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, East Hampton

A very bucolic branch of the chain that started in Manhattan, this Palm is one of the Hamptons' prime tables in summer, and dependable year-round. Among the winning choices are the double-sirloin, 3-pound-and-up lobsters, shellfish cocktails, swordfish steak.

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