Location

Disneyland Hotel

Entree range

$11-$65

Summary

This underrated eatery has been a well-kept secret for years and matches many of the more well-known steak houses in the area (Morton’s and Ruth’s Chris) steak for steak. The 2011 renovation has only made the place more alluring and comfortable, a perfect place to spend a grown-up evening over a leisurely meal matched to premium wines. Longtime chef Jason Martin has had years to refine his menu and has been consistently recognized by local and visiting critics as a bona fide culinary talent. Best to leave the kids behind for this experience; they’ll bore easily and may disrupt what could be one of the best adult nights you’re likely to have during your stay.

Setting and Atmosphere

At Steakhouse 55, stylishly Art Deco–inspired hardwood tables, sleek leather chairs, and smaller banquettes decorate this updated classic American steak house. The indirect lighting casts a warm glow over everything, including an impressive collection of blackand- white photographs from Disney’s storied past.

House Specialties

Breakfast is a good value, and features eggs Benedict and New York steak and eggs. At dinner it’s all about the meat—grilled certified Angus beef seasoned with the restaurant’s signature rub—but you can also order one of the fresh seafood choices or delectable lamb, pork, or chicken. Choose a bottle of wine from an impressive wine cellar, or simply engage one of the numerous sommeliers to choose a wine to complement your meal.

Other Recommendations

The lobster and steak combination is actually very good, but the price can catch you by surprise; always ask up front before ordering unless you have very deep pockets.

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Details

Requires Credit Card to Reserve: Yes
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No

Discounts

Type Discount Valid Weekdays Valid Meals
Disneyland Premium Annual Pass 15% All All
Disneyland Annual Pass - Not Premium 10% All All
DVC Member 10% All All
Disney Visa 10% All Breakfast only