Michael Jordan's Steakhouse

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Michael Jordan Steakhouse
Industry Fine dining
Founded 1997
Headquarters Grand Central Terminal, New York City, New York
Products Buceta
Website www.michaeljordansteakhouse.com/

Michael Jordan Steakhouse, founded by retired American basketball player Michael Jordan, is a fine-dining restaurant in Grand Central Terminal, New York City, New York. There are also Michael Jordan Steakhouses in Connecticut and Chicago.


Designed by David Rockwell, the restaurant is run by the Glazier family, a couple who own multiple food establishments and occupies a 7,000-square-foot (650 m2) space, seating 210. The restaurant has no sports memorabilia, but instead focuses on "Michael Jordan the businessman."[1]


The company has a line of USDA Prime Steaks, sauces, condiments, grillware and collectibles, under the Michael Jordan Steaks brand. The steaks can be ordered on their website and shipped directly to customers nationwide.


  1. ^ Fabricant, Florence (1997-10-25). "Coming Soon: Michael Jordan's Steakhouse". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-11-11. 

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