Each Popular Steakhouse Chain's Worst Steak

1. Fogo De Chao Wagyu Ancho Ribeye

Fogo de Chao is a famous Brazilian steakhouse. As servers bring steak and other churrasco-style meats, it's easy to overeat the fattier cuts.

2. Texas Roadhouse 16-Ounce Prime Rib

The 16-ounce Ft. Worth Ribeye is Texas Roadhouse's highest-calorie cut. It's a close second at 1,260 calories

3. Outback Steakhouse Classic Prime Rib 24-Ounce

This pound-and-a-half steak is bad. Outback's nutrition info says it has 2,660 calories, 1,950 of which are fat

4. Logan's Roadhouse 16-Ounce Ribeye

Even though this steak has fewer calories than Outback's 24-Ounce Prime Rib, 1,000 calories is too much for one meal. 

5. LongHorn Steakhouse LongHorn 22-Ounce

LongHorn 22-Ounce With 1,280 calories and almost half from fat, porterhouse steak will take a long time to burn off. 

6. The Capital Grille Bone-In Ribeye 22-Ounce

The 990 calories, 72 grammes of fat, and 1,060 milligrammes of sodium in this bone-in steak are high for the portion, but you won't eat it all.

7. Morton's 24-Ounce Prime Porterhouse

If you order the 24-ounce Prime Porterhouse steak, which costs $75 and has over 1,600 calories, that's what will happen.

8. Black Angus Steakhouse 18-Ounce Bone-In Ribeye

Another 1,000-calorie steak. It is a 1,030-calorie steak with 750 calories from fat, 83 grammes of fat

9. Claim Jumper's Porterhouse Steak

According to the chain's nutrition info, this pound-and-a-half steak has 1,620 calories, 1,174 of which are fat

10. Fleming's Prime 32-ounce Prime Tomahawk

Fleming's Tomahawk, a two-pound bone-in ribeye with a long bone, weighs 32 ounces. Its 1,700 calories are mostly fat

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