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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.

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  • Barclay Prime

    Stephen Starr’s elegant modern steakhouse on Rittenhouse Square

    Known for its $100 cheesesteak, Barclay Prime is a Stephen Starr staple made for special occasions

    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.

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  • Union Trust

    A dramatic new steakhouse along Philadelphia’s “Mini Restaurant Row”

    Union Trust

    Nestled within the Historic District — just a few blocks’ walk from the Liberty Bell — sits Union Trust, a steakhouse with a decidedly local theme.

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  • Bank & Bourbon

    Craft cocktails and comforting dishes at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel

    Bank and Bourbon, located on the ground-floor of 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.

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  • Union Trust

    A dramatic new steakhouse along Philadelphia’s “Mini Restaurant Row”

    Union Trust

    Nestled within the Historic District — just a few blocks’ walk from the Liberty Bell — sits Union Trust, a steakhouse with a decidedly local theme.

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  • Capital Grille

    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.

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