Charlie Palmer officially opened his first steakhouse in Manhattan last night in the old Rothman's Steakhouse space, just a few avenue blocks west of his latest bar Crimson & Rye. The chef already operates a Charlie Palmer Steak in Reno, Las Vegas, and D.C. and this one looks like business as usual. The space is corporate chic with hard wood floors and sleek chairs in grays, browns, and burnt Sienna. The entire front is made from large glass slats that slide back to open part of the dining room to the sidewalk. The menu is classic steakhouse with 11 steak options, plus a few fish and pasta entrees, along with a raw bar.
Charlie Palmer Steak
Charlie Palmer Brings His Steakhouse to Manhattan
by Devra Ferst
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