A boutique steakhouse for the 21st century.
Barclay Prime provides a sleek and sexy space for world-class cuisine. Taking cues from a European library, with comfortable banquettes, marble surfaces and crystal chandeliers, the dining room is a chic but comfortable setting perfect for any experience. And the sophistication doesn’t stop at the decor. A smart revamp of the conventional steakhouse, the menu is built around subtle twists that never skimp on luxury. Meat and seafood programs unmatched in quality jibe with highly personalized touches, like the curated selection of steak knives presented to diners prior to their entrees. No high-minded rules or stuffy service here — just contemporary fine dining with a distinct twist.
STARR Restaurants Unveils Top-Notch Heated Chalets for Winter
STARR Restaurants has recently completed the build-out of 16 outdoor dining structures for a majority of the company’s restaurants in Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington DC. With only a few more restaurants left to “winterize,” STARR now boasts a variety of inventive solutions for guests looking to stay safe and beat the cold this winter!
In an industry known for high turnover, Barclay Prime’s servers have stayed for 15 years
14 of Barclay Prime’s 17 servers have worked there for more than a decade. Half of them have been there since the beginning.
Barclay Prime: A Spectacular Wine Restaurant
We’re honored to make Wine Spectator’s 10 Spectacular Wine Restaurants in Philadelphia, and among some spectacular company. Read the full piece here.
The 21 Best Steakhouses in America
“Elevating the cheeseburger to gourmet status is so last decade.” Read more via Robb Report.
18 Essential Happy Hours in Philadelphia
“Monday through Friday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., the luxe life seems attainable. The lounge, with its zebra print rugs and lime green accents, shakes cosmos and margaritas for $7. Beer and wine are just $6. Small bites — duck wings, a wagyu meatball, loaded tater tots with truffled cheese and bacon — are also available at the bar.”
Read more here, via Eater Philadelphia