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David Burke's Primehouse



616 North Rush Street
Chicago, IL 60611

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(312) 660-6000

Hours

  • Monday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Thursday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Sunday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Coffee and Tea, Steak Restaurants

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4.4 of 5.0 from 64 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • BariAverage food. Bad service

    22222 by Bari


  • Serious EatsNo place in Chicago dry ages beef with such passion as David Burke's.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • KateWasabi Bloody Mary is Devine

    55555 by Kate


  • Pete J.I found the 75 day aged ribeye disappointing. Tough, not particularly flavorful. Awesome Caesar, sides, muffins, service, wines.

    55555 by Pete J.


  • Ahyoung C.The bacon for appetizer was delicious!! Also love the cheesecake for dessert. Of you have a lot of guests and not enough room in your belly, these bite size cheesecakes are perfect.

    55555 by Ahyoung C.


  • Sara M.Omg. The 55 day dry aged steak was undoubtably the best steak I've ever tasted in my life. And they even have a 75 day old! The mac&cheese was amazing. And the bread puffs. This place is so worth it.

    55555 by Sara M.


  • Igor A.The best steakhouse in Chicago , excellent service !

    55555 by Igor A.


  • Jeffrey S.Tour the dry aging room

    33333 by Jeffrey S.


  • Joe B.Service was a D. Food was good. I ate at bar can't comment on restaurant service. That said, bar was a bad enough service experience that I won't be back.

    33333 by Joe B.


  • Brian S.Table side Caesar salad, bacon sticks and dry aged steaks. Can't go wrong here.

    55555 by Brian S.


  • John H.Ask for the tour of the dry aging room. It's a great to see the process up close.

    55555 by John H.


  • Tiana S.The old fashioned had so much muddled fruit and ice (yes, ice!), it was like drinking a mojito.

    33333 by Tiana S.


  • Ann F.Excellent steak!

    55555 by Ann F.


  • Pinch R.If you're more of a burger person, get the burger. Its exactly what aged beef is supposed to taste.

    33333 by Pinch R.


  • Kelly P.Dry aged steak. Cocktail. Then you're good to go! $14 valet

    33333 by Kelly P.


  • Lucretia B.Excellent service! Steak was delicious. The atmosphere is very date-y.

    55555 by Lucretia B.


  • Patricia A.If I worked here I would feel ashamed to serve espresso, latte Macchiato... Horrible!!!! Please lie and say u don't serve coffe before you serve an espresso on a big cup & dirty!!

    22222 by Patricia A.


  • Angela W.Get the El Mariachi cocktail!

    55555 by Angela W.


  • Time Out ChicagoWarm popovers stand in for bread, filets are unstoppably tender and rich, and brunch gets served in bento boxes with themes like “griddled” and “hangover." http://tmoutchi.us/10esgeQ

    55555 by Time Out Chicago


  • Greyhawk68Try the David Burke's Cheesecake Lollipops (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Greyhawk68


  • Greyhawk68Try the Lobster Scrambled Eggs (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Greyhawk68


  • Greyhawk68Try the Bacon Skewers (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Greyhawk68


  • MadnycFree appetizer!

    55555 by Madnyc


  • Bachelor10Don’t have time to visit? Grab a brunch box to go on Sunday before you head to the airport. We like the Hangover (Mini Burgers and fries, Mac N’ Cheese with bacon & a Monte Cristo).

    55555 by Bachelor10


  • Blair K.The Cake in a Can is worth the wait! And the extra batter is served before the cake arrives. Genius.

    33333 by Blair K.


  • Elizabeth M.They overlooked my steak and waiter didn't even stop by to ask how it was.

    22222 by Elizabeth M.


  • Phong N.55-day aged steak is spectacularly good.

    55555 by Phong N.


  • Chris L.Not really a fan. The filet came out overdone and the truffle fries tasted like McDonald's with some truffle oil. Lunch special was reasonably priced but the quality was not up to expectations.

    33333 by Chris L.


  • Adam H.Best steak 55 day dry aged ever!

    55555 by Adam H.


  • Kristin P.Told them about foursquare free chef choice app but nothing ever came they just seemed annoyed. The med. rare aged ribeye was med. well. First time I've ever sent a steak backreplacement was fine

    22222 by Kristin P.


  • The Culinary Institute of AmericaChef David Burke started his foodservice career as a CIA student. Learn more about his culinary college.

    55555 by The Culinary Institute of America


  • Michael D.Surf/turf dumplings? Mediocre.Crabcake? MehPopovers? GoodCrab mashed potatoes? LikedSquash? FairFilet? Great40-day dry aged ribeye? Genius!Banana split sundae? Strong brandy but yummy!!

    55555 by Michael D.


  • DBCell service (Verizon AT&T) is terrible.

    11111 by DB


  • ISC C.Loved the 55-day, can't wait to try the 75-day. Service was impeccable.

    55555 by ISC C.


  • Chris W.U must, MUST have the smoked bacon!

    55555 by Chris W.


  • Larry D.75 Day RIB EYE intense beef flavor, bone in "BEST STEAK EVER"

    55555 by Larry D.


  • Chicago magazineBesides first-rate beef, this New York–style steak house boasts creative nonsteak options like tableside caesar salad, surf-and-turf dumplings, crackling pork shank, and a Slice of Prime.

    55555 by Chicago magazine


  • David D.Terrible service..rushed through our meal and they weren't busy at all. Ribeye was over-cooked and toug. Appetizers had better menu descriptions. But didn't measure up in taste or presentation.

    22222 by David D.


  • Chris R.The pretzel crusted crab cake is great!

    55555 by Chris R.


  • Time Out ChicagoWarm popovers stand in for bread and brunch gets served in bento boxes with themes like “griddled” (pancakes, French toast) and “hangover” (burgers, fries and sunglasses).

    55555 by Time Out Chicago


  • Motorola M.We'd love to go everywhere during Restaurant Week but can't. Show us what you think we should eat the next time we're at Primehouse with a picture of your dish. Tweet it to us @motorola. Happy eating!

    55555 by Motorola M.


  • OdoGreat burger and amazing Wagyu beef sashimi

    55555 by Odo


  • Bachelor10Don’t have time to visit? Grab a brunch box to go on Sunday before you head to the airport. We like the Hangover or the Little Bull.

    55555 by Bachelor10


  • Colby B.Menage à Fromage?

    55555 by Colby B.


  • Eddie C.If you're going to get the rib eye, you might as well spring for the 75 day aged

    33333 by Eddie C.


  • MaLi A.Food was incredibly amazing. Service was not.

    55555 by MaLi A.


  • Time Out Chicago KidsIt’s not your mama’s steakhouse, which means it’s also super kid-friendly: A children’s menu includes Kobe-beef corn dogs and a three-ounce filet mignon, plus a dessert menu with milk and cookies.

    55555 by Time Out Chicago Kids


  • AskMenEvery dish is executed with precision, and steaks are aged in an on-site salt cave that controls the humidity and temperature. Steak sauce? Forget about it.

    55555 by AskMen


  • CBS LocalTry the oysters, 13 for $13! And be sure to add the lump crab and avocado … Yum! - CBS Chicago

    55555 by CBS Local


  • Andrew C.Kobe beef corn dogs for the free ski w/ 4 square check n shake and steak menu is awesome w/ martini steak and side martini splurge with bone in filet and langmeil Shiraz bamm

    55555 by Andrew C.


  • Kevin T.The best meal I've ever eaten. The surf and turf dumplings (especially the jerk pork) were the perfect appetizer. The dry aged steak has such a distinct flavor. Tour the freezer after dinner!

    55555 by Kevin T.


  • Time Out ChicagoWarm popovers stand in for bread, filets are tender and rich, and brunch gets served in bento boxes with themes— “griddled” (pancakes and French toast) and “hangover” (burgers, fries and sunglasses).

    55555 by Time Out Chicago


  • TierraSashimi appetizer is amazing!

    55555 by Tierra


  • Time Out ChicagoWarm popovers stand in for bread, filets are tender and rich, and brunch gets served in bento boxes with themes— “griddled” (pancakes and French toast) and “hangover” (burgers, fries and sunglasses).

    55555 by Time Out Chicago


  • Marco H.Get the fillet mignon, truffle fries, wagu and green beans. Dessert: cheesecake lollipops and the donuts.

    55555 by Marco H.


  • Leyla A.My absolute favorite place to eat steak. Love it here...

    55555 by Leyla A.


  • ZaarlyChicagoIf you're into a more modern steak experience-- David Burke's is the place to go!

    55555 by ZaarlyChicago


  • Kate C.Excellent steak and sides. Don't forget to check in and show the waiter for a free appetizer. It was so incredible that it is almost unbelievable. Use the sommelier to make your wine selection!

    55555 by Kate C.


  • Taylor S.The Cake in a Can has to be the best red velvet in town!

    55555 by Taylor S.


  • Taylor S.The Cake in a Can has to be the best red velvet in town!

    55555 by Taylor S.


  • Mary M.kickin' doughnuts should be called stuffin doughnuts as i was stuffing doughnuts with premade vanilla & caramel sauce!

    33333 by Mary M.


  • C B.ALWAYS check in here. A couple of days ago I got a free drink today a free appetizer for checking in on foursquare. 

    55555 by C B.


  • Christopher T.The 40 day dry aged burger is their underrated secret here. Try it and you'll realize that it's the best 12 bucks you ever spent. Comes with truffle oil french fries!

    55555 by Christopher T.


  • Michelle J.popcorn, red velvet cake !!!!

    55555 by Michelle J.


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