TEXAS MONTHLY – The 12 Best Texas-Raised Wagyu Steaks (and More!)
Wagyu ranches in Texas are small operations that generally control their cattle from birth all the way to the restaurant. Unlike commodity businesses that feed, harvest, and sell cattle from various ranches as just “beef,” Wagyu producers rely on their names. Most of those brands don’t harvest enough cattle to keep a chain of steakhouses stocked week after week, so finding restaurants that serve beef from a particular producer can be challenging. Think of this list, organized in ascending order by price, as a starting point.
While Wagyu steaks like ribeyes, strips, and tenderloins are plenty popular, many of these restaurants highlight cuts you won’t normally find in fine dining, such as beef shoulder, flat iron, or picanha, which is revered in Brazil. Wagyu genetics bring more marbling, so expect spectacularly tender meat.
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