Buffalo >Food & Dining > Jim's Steakout
92 W Chippewa St, Buffalo, NY | Directions 1420242.890575 -78.876380
Mon. - Sun. 10:30am - 5am
Neighborhoods: Central Business District
A Buffalo staple! Great for a night out but maybe not a nice place to get lunch in the middle of the day, the food is greasy enough to only be a craving when you're drunk downtown.
Best Steak subs – I am addicted to the Frenchy steak sub at Jim's. I have driven from West Seneca to downtown Buffalo at all hours just for this sub. I have also gone Lancaster to Williamsville too. I can pass 20 other sub shops and none will work but Jim's . So worth traveling for. The best Sub.
My Mouth's Watering – Sooo good...philly with extra cheese, fries with blue cheese and a loganberry. Can anything be better? Love this place!
Drunk chow – Always great. Had a Jim's addiction for awhile. Love The Diavlo
Three Words - Chicken Finger Sub – Many a great memory has usually ended - and sometimes begun - with a visit to Jim's Steakout for the infamous and fabulous chicken finger sub. A concotion born and bread from the city that loves to eat, Jim's chicken finger sub can be rivaled by no other in Buffalo or elsewhere. Having moved to, moved from, and returned to Buffalo, Jim's chicken finger sub is one of the reason why the "Queen City" is worth living in despite six months of cold, dreary weather each year. And for all those non-chicken finger subbers out there (sacrelig that you may be), Jim's offers great steak hoagies, chicken and veggie tacos, and world-altering (especially when we're talking drunk or hungover worlds) steak fries. Locations are conveniently scattered throughout the greater Buffalo area for your late night/early morning convenience, so you have no excuse not to try a chicken finger sub today!
This may be Buffalo's favorite late night drunk-dining mini-chain. – The Scene
Spago, it isn't, but what Jim's does, it does well. The crowd is generally an assemblage of drunks, neighborhood regulars and curious suburbanites. Jim's food is sloppy, so most patrons leave worse off than they came in. But this is Buffalo, not Beverly Hills, so appearance takes a backseat to good food.
Subs fight for menu space with chicken fingers, wings in various greasy permutations, burgers and Tex-Mex standards like burritos, tacos and fajitas. But as the name implies, Jim's Steakout is about the steak--nine varieties of steak hoagy to be exact. The steak hoagy supreme is thinly sliced meat grilled with sweet peppers, fried onions and mushrooms, then topped with melted cheese, lettuce and tomatoes. Portions are big and come loaded with gooey cheese, crisp veggies and a variety of hot sauces and condiments.
Party – Jim's Steak Out use to be my favorite place to go at 4:00a.m. after the bar's closed. They have the best steak hoagies in all Down Town Buffalo. I lived in Buffalo all my life until 2 yrs. ago I relocated to California. Looking forward to visiting Chippawa very soon.
Best Chicken Finger Sub in town – I am originally from Buffalo but live elsewhere now. I miss Jim's chicken finger sub and everytime I come home I head to Jim's. So yummy!!
Fast food joint, limited seating but there is always a seat.
Reduces a bad hangover. – ALL the times I've been there, it has been around 4:30 am. Always crowded during this time, be prepared for loud music, long lines, drunk people that look horrible under florescent lights, and Damn good fries. Great place to wind down a night of drinking, drinking, and more drinking.
out of this world – there is no one that can ever top or has topped Jim's Steakout's Steak Hoggies!!!!!!! They are the BEST I have ever tasted!
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