Contest runs Memorial Day through July 4th, and anyone can enter

New York, NY – May 25, 2009 – Vote for your favorite steak at and help us determine America’s most popular cut of beef.  Now in its second year, American’s Favorite Steak tells beef lovers which cut we prize the most – strip, ribeye, cowboy rib (bone in), T-bone or filet. When anyone votes for a favorite at, they automatically receive a coupon code for 10% off the next order!


From May 25 to July 4, 2009, anyone in the continental United States can cast a vote for American’s Favorite Steak.  Browse through the selection of steaks at, all hand-cut and aged on premises – the New York Strip, T-bone, ribeye steak, the bone-in cowboy rib, and filet mignon (also known as tenderloin).  Then cast a vote and receive 10% off the next purchase.  The winner will be chosen during a drawing at, located in New York’s famed meat market, on Saturday, July 4th.  The winner will receive a family four-pack of America’s Favorite Steaks, great for summer grilling!


Want to test cuts to decide on your favorite?  Order The Sampler and receive two steaks from each cut (8.75 lbs).  Special Sampler Price: $190. The superior beef found at comes from several sources: naturally raised Angus, Wagyu-Kobe (from Japan, Australia and the US), prime and dry-aged beef, as well as wet aged or grass-fed.  To qualify as a vote for America’s Favorite Steak, entries do not need to include a style of beef (such as grassfed, or naturally raised) in the vote.


America’s Favorite Steak 2008 revealed the Cowboy Rib Steak as the country’s most popular.  It was a tight vote: New York Strip steaks were a close second, with filet mignon coming in third.  Far behind were the T-bone and ribeye. All voter information for the 2009 contest will be kept confidential.  Entries constitute permission to email.  Limit one vote per customer and one prize per household. No cash value offered for prizes. Winning voters will be contacted with the good news by 5pm EDT on Tuesday, July 7th. was created by Marc Sarrazin and George Faison, owners of DeBragga and Spitler, at 826-D Washington Street, New York, NY, (212) 924-1311.  Known for its staff of experienced butchers who age and hand-cut the finest meats for New York’s most discriminating chefs, DeBragga has been located in New York’s famed Meat Market for almost a century.  DeBragga serves restaurants like Restaurant Daniel, Le Bernardin, Momofuku Ssam Bar, the BLT group, and Craftsteak, and now you.  DeBragga, New York’s butcher to generations of legendary chefs.


Stephanie Crane Faison

(908) 626-0111