Philadelphia, PA - Steak 48 Philadelphia, the high-end steakhouse from restaurant veterans and brothers Jeffrey and Michael Mastro, and their partner Scott Trolio - will formally open its doors in Philadelphia on September 15, 2020.
Steak 48 in The Philadelphia's Atlantic Building
The trio was recognized in 2020 as a James Beard Award Semifinalist in the "Outstanding Restaurateur" category.
Steak 48 brings to Philly their unique approach to contemporary steakhouse dining along with a menu featuring the best in steak & seafood along with traditional steakhouse favorites. Steak 48 breaks from your standard steakhouse dining experience, with a carefully curated dining approach intended to surpass guest expectations.
The interior features bold artwork along with a spacious layout. With a variety of intimate dining spaces as well as several personal details.
" While we originally intended to open Steak 48 in April 2020, the world had other plans for us," begins Jeff Mastro, CEO and Co-owner of Steak 48. "In light of today's health crisis, we, alongside many other restaurateurs, have been forced to rethink our opening strategy and pivot our business model. As the re-opening of indoor dining continued to see delays, we maximized the use of this extra time for both front-of-house and back-of-house training and preparation to ensure when we do open, we open with the very best version of the Steak 48 concept."
Leading the kitchen area will be Philadelphia-native Executive Chef Robert Watson and Chief Executive Chef Marc Lupino. The menu offers up Streak 48's signature USDA prime steaks, ultra-premium wagyu beef, and regionally-sourced seafood. Also, look for a variety of shareable appetizers and side dishes, creative salads, in addition to desserts.
Steak 48's comprehensive wine program includes an extensive collection of wines from all around the world, and this consists of a little over 48 wines-by-the-glass along with 650 wines by-the-bottle.
Exclusive to Philadelphia, Steak 48 has partnered with Blanton's Bourbon to offer their select single signature barrel of whiskey to pair together with select Steak 48 dishes. In addition to wine and whiskey, look for an extensive craft cocktail menu featuring a wide selection of spirits hand-picked to pair with dinner items.
"After a few years of learning from our guests, Mike and Jeff built this restaurant on the core foundation of kindness, consideration, and true hospitality," said Oliver Badgio, Steak 48's Chief Brand Officer. "More than ever, we recognize that diners are cautious about when, where, and how often they dine out. They are looking for a redefined dining experience – the perfect marriage of great food and drink, Steak 48 aims to offer just that, focusing on the totality of the experience and taking care of our guests from start to finish to make sure everyone enjoys the best quality food with top-notch service that is always genuine and sincere."
The contemporary steakhouse features an upscale and dynamic atmosphere with a comfy yet modern, stylish feel in the Interior. The 12,000 sq-foot-layout includes a ground-floor restaurant featuring various intimate dining spaces along with a spacious mezzanine with a fantastic view of Broad street.
Additional highlights include a lively bar, a floor-to-ceiling kitchen window, intimate dining kitchen suites, and several private dining rooms boasting stunning architectural details. At maximum capacity, Steak 48 will seat up to 450 guests.
The steakhouse can be found along the Avenue of the Arts at 260 S Broad St at Broad and Spruce Streets. Next to the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, on the first floor of The Atlantic Building.
Steak 48 Philadelphia in Center City, located at 260 South Broad Street, Philadelphia PA 19102 (Broad St. and Spruce) Phone: (215)-552-4848
Steak 48 Website: Steak 48 Philadelphia
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