The Arthur J is the ultimate neighborhood steakhouse featuring a massive wood-fired grill and Chef-owner David LeFevre’s own takes on steakhouse favorites served alongside dishes inspired by his roots, travels and the best artisanal ingredients.
Let us introduce you to Chef David LeFevre’s latest creation, Local LA Catering!
Since M.B. Post’s inception in 2011, Chef David has been hard at work crafting our sister restaurants: Fishing with Dynamite, The Arthur J, and RYLA.
Among this diverse group of restaurants, lives a vast catalog of critically acclaimed dishes & local favorites. Historically, these dishes have only been available in our restaurants – until now! Introducing Local LA Catering, which provides catering services among all of our restaurants.
Enjoy Chef LeFevre’s cuisine at your next business meeting for twenty executives, a party for hundreds of friends and family, or an event for thousands of industry influencers.
Give your loved ones an unmatched experience at the Best Steakhouse in Manhattan Beach, CA.
At The Arthur J, beef is our passion.
When you combine our ability to source the best beef in the world, cooking with an incredible natural wood fire grill, and friendly thoughtful service, an incredible quality steak is born.
This is why we offer the best USDA Prime, True Japanese Wagyu, and Black Angus Beef. Unlike most pedestrian steak houses, Each one of our Steaks is cooked skillfully by our Grill Master over a stoked live fire with smoking white oak embers. Our steaks are available both wet-and dry-aged and well as Bone-in, grilled to perfection our magnificent J&R; Woodfire Grill.
At the Arthur J we believe in the time-honored tradition of live wood cooking our steaks over a hot fire and smoking embers. This is why we had our wood fire grill custom made by J&R; manufacturing in Mesquite Texas; because like us they believe that the interaction between great meat and a live fire of wood has defined our past and is at the heart of what we do.
A product of the Great Depression and a Bombardier and navigator during World War II, Arthur J had an insatiable appetite for living each day with gusto. Armed with a big personality and a penchant for risky endeavors, Arthur J (as everyone, including his children and grandchildren called him) was introduced to the restaurant business through his father-in-law’s coffee shops in Chicago upon his return from military service.