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Ben and Jack Sinanaj, long-time waiters at Peter Luger’s, have opened a classic steakhouse all their own. In addition to offering prime dry-aged porterhouse steaks, including their signature 44-ouncer, as well as other flavorful cuts of meat, the restaurant offers an array of fresh seafood, from fresh oysters to a hefty four-pound lobster. If you can manage to squeeze in dessert, try the hot-fudge sundae or the German apple strudel. An extensive wine list is available.