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The newest trend in the region is actually an old one: big, classic steakhouses.
The recently opened Butcher & Singer, Stephen Starr’s second foray into steakhouse territory (after Barclay Prime), is styled like a 1940s supper club and set in the former home of a bank. Expect, in addition to fine steaks, elaborate cocktails and inventive desserts.
Then there’s Del Frisco’s, set in the grandiose lobby of the Packard Grande building on Chestnut Street, which comes outfitted with a 40-foot glass wine tower, a vault dining room and prime-aged American beef.
The newest of the Center City bunch, Union Trust Steakhouse boasts big ceilings (65 feet), big wine stocks (800 bottles) and big, big eats, including a vertical meat tasting, which allows diners to sample four pieces of steak, all aged for different lengths of time.
Stephen Starr’s elegant modern steakhouse on Rittenhouse Square
An upscale steakhouse in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, Barclay Prime features traditional favorites and playful creations made with high-quality ingredients like the $120 cheesesteak topped with Wagyu ribeye and truffled cheese whiz.
Craft cocktails and comforting dishes at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Taking over the ground-floor of the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Bank & Bourbon is a relaxing restaurant featuring classic American dishes and an extensive selection of the namesake brown-liquor.View More
High-end steaks for high-end clientele
The professionals of Philadelphia can be seen here— rewarding themselves after a long days work with one of Capital Grille’s famous steaks.View More