Reserve, A New Steakhouse In Old City, Slated To Open Its Doors Tonight

Live jazz, locally sourced seafood and steak, and a bourbon and cigar room are promised at the new Old City destination. (Photo courtesy Reserve)

There’s a new steakhouse in town; it’s called Reserve and it’s located in Old City, extending the footprint of Philadelphia’s steakhouses, mostly concentrated in and around the Rittenhouse area.

The steak and seafood restaurant is housed in the former Corn Exchange Bank Building, boasting a classic raw bar, a well-crafted menu of steaks, live jazz and an elevated bourbon (100+ varieties!) and cigar room.

Reserve will be celebrating their grand opening this Saturday, February 25 (with doors opening the day before, tonight) offering diners a refined and affordable three-course prix fixe menu including their signature steaks, organic salmon and decadent chocolate cake ($55 per person).

With a culinary team led by Executive Chef Ken Deiner and Executive Sous Chef Adam Brod, Reserve features a local and sustainable menu using purveyors in Lancaster and Montgomery Counties.

Reserve is open daily starting at 11 am, serving lunch with an assortment of sandwiches and brick-oven pizzas.

Call (215) 964-6262 for reservations.

Reserve
123 Chestnut Street
www.reservephilly.com

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