Delmonico steak

noun

Del·​mon·​i·​co steak del-ˈmä-ni-(ˌ)kō- How to pronounce Delmonico steak (audio)
: club steak

called also Delmonico

Examples of Delmonico steak in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Dishes invented here, in fact or in legend, include the Delmonico steak, Oscar’s Wedge Salad, Lobster Newberg, Eggs Benedict and Chicken a la Keene, as it was supposedly known before Keene somehow became King. Pete Wells, New York Times, 4 Jan. 2024 Menu highlights: Lambchop fondue, Chilean sea bass, original recipe Delmonico steak, 48-ounce porterhouse, signature butter cake. Bahar Anooshahr, The Arizona Republic, 12 June 2023 The new lounge's menu will also accompany the theme with deviled eggs, maple glazed bacon, Delmonico steak and New York strip steak offerings cooked to order by chef Erick Anaya. Shelby Stewart, Chron, 22 June 2021

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Word History

Etymology

from the Delmonico restaurants, New York City, after Lorenzo Delmonico †1881 American restaurateur

First Known Use

1925, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of Delmonico steak was in 1925

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“Delmonico steak.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Delmonico%20steak. Accessed 14 Jun. 2024.

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