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Where to Buy Aged Beef

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Several New York restaurants sell their own dry-aged "steak-to-go," as do an ever-decreasing number of butchers who dry-age their own meat. The process takes anywhere from two to six weeks at a temperature of 34 to 38 degrees.

Michael Jordan's The Steak House N.Y.C., Grand Central Terminal, 23 Vanderbilt Ave. (655-2300). Four one-pound New York strip steaks for $100.

Smith & Wollensky, 49th Street and Third Avenue (877-783-2555). Four fourteen-ounce New York strip steaks for $92. Will ship.

The Old Homestead, 56 Ninth Avenue, near 14th Street (242-9040). Prices from $12.95 to $14.95 per pound.

Balducci's, 424 Sixth Avenue, at 9th Street (673-2600). Boneless New York strip steak, $17.99 per pound.

Florence Prime Meat Market, 5 Jones Street (242-6531). Prices from $7.99 to $13.99 per pound.

Frank's Butcher, in the Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Avenue, at 15th Street (242-1234). Prices from $8.99 to $19.99 per pound.

Lobel's, 1096 Madison Avenue, at 82nd Street (800-556-2357). Prices from $21.98 to $28.98 per pound. Will ship.

The Vinegar Factory, 431 East 91st Street (987-0885), and Eli's Manhattan, 1411 Third Avenue, at 80th Street (717-8100). Prices from $8.99 to 14.99 per pound.

Ottomanelli Brothers, 1549 York Avenue, at 82nd Street (772-7900). Prices from $8.95 to $12.95 per pound. Will ship.


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