Consumer Trends

What's driving diners' choices around meat?

Consumers are clearly interested in more veggies at the center of the plate—but that doesn’t mean meat is losing favor. So what’s resonating with meat eaters?

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Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse

Parent Gibsons Restaurant Group opened an Italian steakhouse, Gibsons Italia, in Chicago in October 2017.

Owners David Flom and Matthew Moore closed sister concept Ocean Cut in 2018 after a three-year run.

This is the original Smith & Wollensky and is not a part of the chain bearing the same name.

One of two Jean-Georges Vongerichten steakhouses in Las Vegas (the other is Jean Georges Steakhouse at Aria).

Prime's 30-day dry-aged steaks include a $74, 22-ounce bone-in rib-eye and a $140, 48-ounce porterhouse for two.

Diners can choose from among the Ranch Kitchen, the Steakhouse or the Horseshoe Bar.

A $45 order of stone crabs can be home-delivered in less than an hour.

A gravestone commemorates when owners Nina and Edd Hendee laid to rest the "notoriously inconsistent" chicken-fried steak.

A 30-ounce porterhouse is $80, but a cheeseburger can be had at the bar for just $18.95.

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