There is no shortage of great steakhouses in Chicago.
And now, David Burke’s Prime House has received a rare 3-star rating from Chicago Sun-Times critic Pat Bruno – a reviewer for whom 2-star ratings are fairly rare.
The restaurant specializes in hand-selected meats that are dry-aged on the premises in a Himalayan salt-tiled aging room.
But there is a price to be paid for the opportunity to eat a tender New York Sirloin that has been dry-aged for 21 days, and it’s reflected not only on the menu, but also on the wine list.
Of the 25 by-the-glass selections, only three cost less than $10.
All of that said, if you’re looking for a prime dining experience the next time you visit the Windy City, David Burke’s Prime House will not disappoint.
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We’ll have more on the Chicago dining scene – as judged by the Michelin star searchers – on Monday.