- Also called Delmonico steak .
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Lorenzo, 1813–81, U.S. restaurateur, born in Switzerland.
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A menu, allegedly from Delmonico’s in New York City in 1834, listed the dish.Who invented the hamburger? Biting into the messy history of America’s iconic sandwich. | Erik Ofgang | May 28, 2021 | Washington Post
What about the iconic Bob Dylan image you took outside the Delmonico in New York?Beatles Photographer Henry Grossman on ‘Places I Remember’ | Abby Haglage | March 27, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The elephant ate almost a bale of hay for each meal, and the lion ate about twenty large Delmonico steaks.The Cruise of the Noah's Ark | David Cory
On one occasion, when invited to a dinner at Delmonico's restaurant, he contented himself with a slice of pie and a cup of tea.Heroes of the Telegraph | J. Munro
Both parties, on this system, suffer in digestion and in pocket, while only Delmonico is the gainer.America To-day, Observations and Reflections | William Archer
You can git half a mackril at Delmonico's or Mr. Mason Dory's for six dollars, and biled pertaters throw'd in.The Complete Works of Artemus Ward | Charles Farrar Browne (AKA Artemus Ward)
It is situated on Fifth Avenue and is a rival of the great Delmonico establishments.An American Hobo in Europe | Ben Goodkind