RAISING THE STEAKS
From the team behind the prominent Italian eateries Siena Tavern and Bar Siena, and the buzzing sports bar, Public House, comes Prime & Provisions, a steakhouse concept positioned on the border of River North and Loop area. Located at 222 North LaSalle Street, at the intersection of LaSalle Street and Wacker Drive, the steakhouse consists of a 12,000-square-foot space, spanning from the ground floor to the second-floor dining area. Striking a balance between approachable comfort and innovative design Prime & Provisions takes inspiration from the supper clubs of the 1920’s giving the space a timeless feel that integrates the glamor of the era into a fresh and unique design.
You're In Good Hands
The owners, Lucas Stoioff and David Rekhson, of the steakhouse and Chicago hospitality group DineAmic Group pushed for one main purpose to help differentiate itself from other steakhouses in the city, that was the meat they served. Conveyed from Creekstone Farms and dry-aged in-house in the dry aging room for 45 days, the meat served is called, “never-ever” meat, which means it is 100-percent natural, antibiotic-free, never-ever-been-inoculated prime black angus. The never-ever meat program, in turn, makes the food taste better than other cuts of meat.
EXECUTIVE CHEF JOSEPH RIZZA
Behind the kitchen, at the hospitality group's steakhouse, Prime & Provisions is Executive Chef Joseph Rizza. The Chicago native and innovative chef bestows both his experience and expertise in the kitchen, offering guests quality USDA prime beef and other savory plates. Chef Rizza is no stranger to steakhouses. Previously serving as the Executive Chef at the opulent steakhouse, Chicago Cut, he cooked for prestigious politicians including Bill and Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama, along with a multitude of celebrities; he can even brag that a dish was ‘never sent back.’ Under Chef Rizza's watch, Prime & Provisions has received accolades such as "2015's best places to dine in Chicago" from Michigan Avenue Magazine, "Best Steakhouse" from Chicago Magazine and most recently becoming a Michelin Star-recommended restaurant..