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Charlie Palmer Steak to Take Over David Burke Fabrick Space

Only one of the restaurants will reopen next year

Charlie Palmer Steak on West 54 Street
Bess Adler

Chef Charlie Palmer is relocating his steakhouse to Midtown’s Archer Hotel, in a space currently occupied by David Burke Fabrick. Charlie Palmer Steak — the chef’s steakhouse where guests can add butter poached lobster or seared foie gras to any entree — will serve its last dinner on East 54 Street on New Year’s Eve. After the New Year, Palmer and his team will prepare to open a few blocks south at 45 West 38 Street.

To start, Palmer and executive chef Ryan Lory will exclusively serve hotel guests while the ground floor of the Hotel is remodeled. When it opens to the public, Charlie Palmer Steak will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. Expect dishes like clams casino, a porterhouse for two, and kobe strip steak, as well as the restaurant’s $29 lunch prix fixe. An opening date for Charlie Palmer Steak inside the Archer has not yet been confirmed.

New Year’s Day will be the last day for David Burke Fabrick, which opened summer 2014 just weeks after the chef/restaurateur announced he would be taking a back seat to the group’s operations. Earlier this year, Craveable Hospitality Group also closed David Burke Fishtail. Stay tuned for more news on Charlie Palmer Steak and David Burke Group as it becomes available.

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