Michael Jordan Steakhouse

Michael Jordan Steakhouse is a fine dining restaurant that was founded by Michael Jordan himself. The restaurant is not managed by Michael Jordan but by the Glazier family. David Rockwell designed the Steakhouse in 1989, making it reminiscent of a dining car. The restaurant has an enclosed wood-paneled private room and elegant spaces dedicated for special events. The steakhouse is famous for both it's selection of perfectly charred steaks, pristine seafood, lush desserts and classic dishes. Michael Jordan Steakhouse won the award for Best Restaurant Design by Interior Design Magazine and numerous honors in Esquire, GQ, Forbes, New York Post, The Today Show and Martha Stewart Living Radio, among others.

Michael Jordan Steakhouse is at Grand Central Terminal, New York City overlooking the dazzling Beaux-Arts main courtyard with views of the famous clock, stories-high windows and constellation-embellished cerulean blue ceiling.

The establishment is focused on Michael Jordan as a businessman, his sense of taste and style. There are Michael Jordan Steakhouse locations  in Connecticut and Chicago.

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