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Prime & Provisions

Restaurants, Steakhouse Loop
3 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Prime & Provisions
Photo: Mark Ballogg

Time Out says

Drawing inspiration from 1920s supper clubs, this Loop steakhouse is the kind of place that's made for client dinners and special occasions. The steak here is U.S.D.A. Prime and finished with Wisconsin grass-fed butter, with options like the dry-aged bone-in ribeye, a 10-ounce barrel-cut filet mignon and a slow-roasted prime rib with house horseradish. Close out your meal by making a selection from the Cigar Box, with 17 selections including the Arturo Fuente Opus X "The Lost City," which goes for a cool $69. If you prefer to end your meal on a sweet note, save room for banana cream pie, caramel crème brûlée or tequila-lime icebox cake.



Address: 222 N LaSalle St
Cross street: at Wacker
Transport: El stop: Blue, Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple (rush hrs) to Clark/Lake. Bus: 37, 124, 134, 135, 136, 156.
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Went here on my trek to go to every steakhouse in Chicago.  

Overall, I liked the atmosphere.  I hated having to walk through the "cigar" patio to get into the restaurant.  Gross...the nice patio was filled with stale cigar smoke.  I also hated how close all of the tables were in the restaurant.  Like, the tables were touching other tables in the walkway areas.  You are not super close to your neighbors but trying to find a way to the bathroom can be challenging and feels like a maze with lots of dead ends.

Our server was good, but I felt maybe a little overtly windy with explanations.  But I would rather have this than an absent server.

The food was overall just OK.  We had crab Caesar salsd  It was good...just didnt really see any of the crab.  The french onion soup was good.  Small for the expensive price tag.  Mac N Cheese was a little bland.  The mushrooms were really tasty.  Potatoes were just OK.  Rib eye was a little too charred on the outside.  The tuna was lacking flavor.