David Burke's Primehouse
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David Burke's Primehouse

616 N Rush St, Chicago, IL
(312) 660-6000 serving: Central, Near North Side
open:Fri-Sat: 7am-11am, 11am-3pm, 5:30pm-9:30pm, Sun-Thu: 7am-11am, 11am-3pm, 5:30pm-9pm

Sidewalk Score: 7 out of 10
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Categories:

Restaurants, Hotel Restaurants, Fine Dining, Business Dining, $$$$, Date Spot, Traditional American, Mastercard Accepted, Notable Chef, Discover Accepted, Visa Accepted, American Express Accepted, Prix Fixe Menu, Steakhouse,

The Low Down

EDITORS TIPS

When to Go: An American Dim Sum Brunch ($35pp) is served on Sundays from 11am to 2pm. The eclectic menu offers a mix of brunch favorites and internationally inspired items, served from a rolling cart.

The Extras: Brunch is served on Sundays from 11am to 3pm. The menu offers items like smoothies with nutritional add-ins, eggs, omelets, pancakes and more.

Parking: Valet parking is available nightly for $11.

What to Drink: The wine list features Old and New World selections available in six-ounce carafes, half bottles and full bottles. Specialty cocktails include the The James, made with Stoli Razberri and elderflower liquor.

What to Drink: The wine list features Old and New World selections available in six-ounce carafes, half bottles and full bottles. Specialty cocktails include the 3D Martini: Ketel One, vermouth and a candied olive lollipop.

Rants, Raves & Reviews


by at Gayot

This boutique hotel restaurant near the Magnificent Mile affords contemporary fare like the pretzel-crusted crab cake with poppy seed honey and lobster bisque with green apple essence alongside a lobster stick. But the focus is squarely on…
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Try the dessert
By Evonne M at Insider Pages

Great wait staff ready with excellent recommendations. Steak was amazing but dessert is also good. One of the waiters is starting a limoncello bu... Read More


Expensive
By Dean D at Insider Pages

Hard to beat the amazing food, of course it comes with a price. I may end up here again some time soon but I try to stay away from places too price... Read More


A very good steakhouse!
By scottphillips2 at Gayot

I had my first experience here last night and it was very good. The first few courses were my favorites. The quail ravioli and the scallops were ac... Read More


Burke's
By Jared K at Insider Pages

I'm not a meat eater but this place under the guidance of executive chef David Burke manages to be old school and current at the same time. The g... Read More


Best steak
By aeneas07 at Menuism

Been a few times. The dry aging process give the steaks such a concentrated flavor. Go for the 40-day ribeye. Read More