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Hand-carved by our master butchers to be taller and thicker than our traditional top sirloins, but with the same bold flavor you love. Expect a leaner, steakhouse-style experience that's best served medium rare.
  • Taller and thicker than our traditional Top Sirloin
  • Naturally aged at least 30 days for maximum tenderness
  • Hand-carved by master butchers
  • Best served medium rare
  • 100% guaranteed delicious


How do you take a perennial classic like the Omaha Steaks Top Sirloin and make it even more irresistible? You make it taller and thicker! And that's exactly what our master butchers did with this hand-carved beauty that's certain to become your next favorite steak.

Our Butcher's Cut Top Sirloin is naturally aged at least 30 days to deliver that perfect tenderness and bold, robust, grain-finished beef flavor your taste buds constantly crave. Then, they're hand cut and ready for grilling over a hot, open flame. Just be careful not to overcook - they're a leaner, steakhouse-style steak that's best served medium rare in order to accentuate the taste and tenderness that are second-to-none.

Every steak is flash-frozen and individually vacuum-sealed to lock in and preserve the exquisite flavor and tenderness. So, if you're looking to elevate your traditional cookout with a steak that delivers a powerful flavor-packed punch, look no further than the Butcher's Cut Top Sirloins from Omaha Steaks!

Nutrition & Info


Menu Steaks & Chops
Protein Beef
Meal Course Entrees
Meal Time Dinner
Preparation Raw
Cooking Method Broil, Grill
Dietary Need Gluten Free, Ketogenic Diet, Low Sodium, Paleo Diet
Steak Cut Top Sirloin
Tenderness Firm
Marbling Minimal
Count 4 steaks
Weight 8 oz. steaks


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Ingredients: Beef

These products are processed in our plants in Nebraska, USA after undergoing a strict series of quality checks and under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture.