Incredibly tender, juicy, and packed with bold, beefy taste, the NY Strip is a favorite for a reason! Already one of the most flavorful cuts of meat available, this steak gets even tastier when made from grass-fed beef. Grain-fed steaks have a milder taste, while grass-fed options are bolder and meatier in flavor, making them a favorite for chefs and gourmands around the world! Try them for yourself at Gourmet Wholesaler and taste the difference. We make it easy for you to enjoy all your favorite grass-fed steaks at home without having to navigate through a busy grocery store or butcher shop. Explore our entire selection of beef online today and have our fresh meat delivered right to your doorstep!
1 - 4 of 4 products:
The New York Strip steak is one of the most popular cuts of beef available. It’s a go-to for steakhouses, and most restaurants will have it represented on their menu under one name or another. Traveling under a host of monikers you might see the NY strip marketed as an Ambassador steak, Omaha Strip, Strip Loin Steak, Kansas City strip, Club steak, or a Top Loin steak, but most of the time restaurants, guests, and even their butchers, just call it a New York Strip. So of all the names and cities, why is New York the one that stuck? The answer goes back a couple of centuries to 1837 when a young New York City was experiencing the boom of the industrial revolution. A few years prior, the completion of the Erie Canal connecting the Great Lakes to the Hudson River had transformed New York into the foremost shipping city on the East Coast. A lot of new businesses flourished during that time, including restaurants, Delmanicos being chief among them. One of their signature dishes was the Delmonico steak. This gourmet cut was taken from the short loin of the steer, and it’s deliciously tender meat and bold beefy flavor, made it an immediate favorite. As its popularity spread, other restaurants began to copy their success. Of course, they couldn’t continue to call it after a competing business, so they named it after their own, or oftentimes, after the city in which it was founded, New York.