This kosher steak house features a dimly lit, elegant interior and attentive service. Meat is cooked to order on a wood-burning grill, and the traditional steak-house menu offers fresh ingredients prepared in a kosher kitchen. Appetizers include beef carpaccio ($14), an iceberg wedge ($10), and Wagyu sliders ($21). Notable main courses are sea bass ($34), peppercorn-crusted filet mignon ($45), and aged rib eye ($38). The restaurant is also one of the few of its kind to offer a full children's menu, with popular favorites such as hamburgers, chicken fingers, and hot dogs; all go for $8 apiece and come with French fries. There's a reason Rare is full of families on weekends.