NYY Steak (Coconut Creek)

Posted on August 11th, 2015 · American Coconut Creek Seafood


***** NYY Steak, (Seminole Casino Coconut Creek) 5550 Northwest 40th Street, Coconut Creek, Florida 33073, (954) 997-6700.

Way-back on 2/15/12 Jeff Eats told you guys about NYY Steak located in the Seminole Casino Creek Coconut Creek- in Coconut Creek. That “review” is down-below…

Long story short, since that “review” was published, Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats have eaten in NYY something like 5-times, with the latest “outing”- being last night. For what it’s worth, all of the meals that Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats have had, were all right on the money!

Last night, I got to thinking that Jeff Eats rarely if ever hears- NYY Steak mentioned in conversations about South Florida’s best steak-joints. No ifs, ands or buts- the 26oz bone-in-ribeye with grilled onions and French fries- that I had last night and didn’t come close to finishing- could easily be matched against the best of breed down here in sunny South Florida-same story for Mrs. Jeff Eats’ pan seared snapper!


Jeff Eats just wanted to mention NYY Steak to you guys, again…

It’s a very good steak joint!

NYY Steak (Coconut Creek)
Posted on February 15th, 2012 · American Coconut Creek Seafood

***** NYY Steak, (Seminole Casino Coconut Creek) 5550 Northwest 40th Street, Coconut Creek, Florida 33073, (954) 997-6700.

Go figure!

One of the best-“upscale steakhouses” in South Florida is located at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek in- Coconut Creek…That’s right, the casino where you-gotta wear an oxygen mask because the cigarette smoke is so brutal—as part of a recently completed $150,000,000 renovation/expansion has opened an absolutely georgeous looking steakhouse with fabulous food and service. You can check for menu/prices/photos. By the way, NYY is a joint venture–Seminole Indians/New York Yankees (there is another NYY at Yankee Stadium).

NYY…New York Yankees, get it? All kinds, of New York Yankee black/white photos, autographs…no dark wood–or dim lights here…but rather, a great looking open kitchen, light oak woods, bright lights, plenty of glass. Like I said before, an absolutely gorgeous looking joint.

When you check NYY’s menu, try not to get sticker-shock…no question about it- that $51.75 24oz bone in ribeye is “high” even for an upscale steakhouse–Now, I maybe going out on a limb here, but I think- that casino-joints like NYY get a ton of customers using their casino “PLAYER’S CLUB” rewards/points to pay the bill. If I’m right—the restaurant can charge more than what most folks would consider “normal”- because many customers aren’t using real-money. So, if you go there, I think you will find that many of the “diners” are eating on-the-arm.

At this juncture of the discussion, let me tell you that NYY looks totally out of place at the Seminole Casino. Nothing for nothing, but the Seminole Casino isn’t in this boy’s opinion–an upscale looking property. Now, there may-be something more developing at the Seminole Casino that’s gonna get it looking more like the Hard Rock operation in Hollywood-so NYY may eventually make sense, but for right now, NYY looks like a fish out of water. Personally, I don’t see non-casino players making special plans/reservations to eat at NYY, despite the fact that its food is absolutely dynamite.

A recent dinner had me “doing” the aforementioned 24oz ribeye, 28oz porterhouse ($54.75), veal chop milanase ($44.50), roast chicken ($28.50), lemon pepper halibut ($31.50), steak fries ($9.50), lobster mac & cheese ($11). Every item was delicious. On the service front, excellent without the “snotty” know-it-all attitude you find at many upscale steakhouses.

There are two ways to play NYY Steak. You can gamble your heart out…and accumulate points to spend or you can just fork over cash or your credit card at the end of the meal.

NYY Steak is a homerun…pun intended!

NYY Steak is open Monday, Thursday-Sunday 5pm-11pm. The joint is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

8 Comments to “NYY Steak (Coconut Creek)”

  1. Gary Goldberg says...

    You have the correct call here.
    The food is very good but overpriced because many of the people there are eating using Player’s points.
    I have eaten there several times and have always enjoyed the food.
    You are also right, that if you aren’t at the casino you probably wouldn’t even think about eating there.

  2. Lou V says...

    My wife and I ate there this past Saturday..
    My Cowboy 26 ounce bone in ribeye at 59 bucks was stringy and tough. The sautéed onions were flavorless. My wife’s 16 ounce ribeye was decent but was also on the stringy side. The Caesar salad she had was good. The waiter sucked. Very in attentive. Had to ask busboy to get things and it took forever to get our food not to mention the check.
    Only reason we ate there is to use Player’s points we had.

  3. Joe Kennedy says...

    Their bacon appetizer is amazing.

  4. Carson D says...

    Definitely one of s Florida’s best steak joints.

  5. Hank Y says...

    Delicious food.
    Very overpriced.
    Like most people I used Player’s Card for comped meal.

  6. My wife and I have heard about NYY for years. Finally got a chance to eat there this past Friday night and its food and service were terrific. We’d rate its steak etc right up there with the best steakhouses in Florida. We will definitely be back.

  7. Anna & Mark says...

    Hi Jeff,
    Anna and Mark here, we met you and Mrs. Jeff Eats last night at Grangers. Great call on that one, food was amazing.
    This evening we ate at NYY. Great call on this one. Food was terrific, same for the service.


  8. Stab Roth says...

    Last night my wife and I ate at the bar in NYY. The food was outstanding and same for the bartender.
    The food was outstanding. The standout dish, the bacon appetizer.
    Generous pours and terrific band.

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