The first chef to own his own bull, Chef David Burke's commitment to quality is evident in the USDA prime grade, hand-selected beef served in David ... More
David Burke's Primehouse in the James Hotel
The first chef to own his own bull, Chef David Burke's commitment to quality is evident in the USDA prime grade, hand-selected beef served in David Burke's Primehouse. The restaurant dry-ages its meats in a Himalayan salt-tiled aging room on premise. The result is perfectly marble-ized, tender beef with a rich depth of flavor. Tours of this unique facility can be arranged upon reservation. #1 Steakhouse in Chicago - Chicago magazine Best Burger in the U.S. - Food & Wine Top 10 Burger in Chicago - Chicago Magazine This is the closest a burger gets to tasting like a great steak. - Crain's Chicago Business
Went with a bachelor party of 4. Easily the best steak I've ever had because of the robust beef flavor brought out by the dry aging and salting. Very upscale, and you will pay for the quality, but worth it if you're looking to impress or have a memorable evening.
Sunday Brunch never tasted so unbelievably delicious! How could it not with both Chef David Burke AND Chef Rick Gresh preparing our Mystery Boxes? What an honor to have two fabulous chefs work their culinary talents to give us a fine dining experience we will never forget. Our appetizer was deviled eggs--better than grandma's. (Sorry Grandma, but even you would agree.) Leave room for dessert! The cheesecake suckers served on a silver tree stand garnished with raspberries (yum) was a work of art, red velvet cupcakes, signature donuts with flavored toppings, and nine unusual flavors of mini-cones to cleanse your palate. The quintessential dining experience at David Burke's Primehouse at the James Hotel Chicago.
Over Rated and Over Priced. I can compare with at least 10 other steak houses. I am telling you, this is a lot of hype and not worth the time. They comp'd one dinner for us because my Rib Eye took muscle to cut and a challenge to chew and was undercooked. My wife's Bone In Rib Eye. undercooked and ZERO flavor. They should be embarrassed at their presentation of a plate of premade appetizers that any seasoned diner would recognize it as flare that a new diner might be impressed with. Go to Flemings instead. MUCH better steak and food for half the price. Also MK rocks!
We were there for the Sunday Brunch.....it was fantastic although I am a bit biased since my son is a chef in training there. He attends the Culinary Institute and was fortunate enough to land a job. Food is great, service is great, and our stay at the James Hotel was very nice.
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