• Restaurant Recommendation: 'Meat' and Eat at Steak 48

    Mastro Brothers’ new steakhouse serves Chicago.

     
    FROM THE Winter 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Restaurant Recommendation: 'Meat' and Eat at Steak 48

    Mastro Brothers’ new steakhouse serves Chicago.

     
    FROM THE Winter 2018 ISSUE
     
  • Restaurant Recommendation: 'Meat' and Eat at Steak 48

    Mastro Brothers’ new steakhouse serves Chicago.

     
    FROM THE Winter 2018 ISSUE
     

As winter approaches, a new prime-cut steakhouse is heating up the grills, providing guests with filling meals and an upscale spot for meetings. Steak 48 is now open in the River North neighborhood, the latest venture from the famed Mastro family. The bi-level space encompasses 12,000 square feet and offers 450 seats in total, accommodating both full restaurant buyouts and more intimate group settings. Options include an 800-square-foot outdoor patio with two fireplaces, a bar on each level and multiple dining room “suites” that offer semiprivate space. Executive chef Brian Key (Gibson’s, Weber Grill) prepares USDA prime steaks with eight unique toppings, as well as chops, seafood and shellfish and unique appetizers and side dishes that are sourced locally when possible. 

Chicago hospitality collective 16” on Center partners with local businesses to turn everything from bars to theaters into serviceable event venues. Founding partners Bruce Finkelman and Craig Golden have transformed 14 businesses (like Bite Café, Dusek’s Board & Beer, MONEYGUN, The Promontory, Thalia Hall and more) and have provided a single point of contact for event planners interested in utilizing these spaces as venues. 

 

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