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Steak Majeure

Even in New York, a city blessed with the best in prime beef, some cuts have the power to grab people’s imagination. One of the more recent was a $185 steak sandwich that Don Wagyu, a compact storefront in the Financial District, started selling in 2018.

The star of that dish, which created lines down the block, was a thick, melt-in-your-mouth, which means “Japanese cow” and encompasses any of the country’s four breeds, has become synonymous with quality.

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