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Butcher and Singer
Steak House$$$
Today 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
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1500 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19102
1500 Walnut StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19102
(215) 732-4444butcherandsinger.com
$$$Steak House, Bar
Steak House
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Seafood Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
Tuesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PMThursday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PMFriday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–11PMSaturday 5–11PMSunday 4–9PMMonday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5–10PM
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Trendy take on an Old Hollywood chophouse offering classic surf 'n' turf plus a raw bar & cocktails.- Google
"We finished our meal with a nice chocolate layer cake."
"The Brussels sprouts were tasty but nothing was amazing or fabulous."
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Alejandro K. Monroe
4 months ago
The restaurant has a great and ambiance. The staff is friendly and accommodating. Unfortunately the food was bland and had no taste. Felt like that they didn't even seasoned it.
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Heather Ash
4 months ago
Excellent food and service, perfect ambiance-- I preferred the dim lighting in fact. I came here based on a recommendation from a local friend who strongly suggested to try the pork chop, which I never have when I dine out, but took his advice and was glad that I did! The waiter was quite knowledgeable and helpful, he recommended a glass of Etude Lyric Pinot Noir to pair with my selections, which were the Steak Tartare and the Pork Chop. This Pinot Noir was youthful and had a mild & silky tannin. Very nice finish after my tartare, brought out the flavor nicely. For my tastes, I thought the tartare was perfect with a nice texture, could taste the meat well and had just the right amount of capers and flavor. The wine selection also paired perfectly with my bone in med. rare pork chop, which was cooked to perfection: very thick with a succulent center, incredibly juicy and tender till the very last bite. It came with a pineapple glaze (with a few cranberries) over vegetables on the side, was very sweet, candied like and tangy, and complemented the pork chop well. I probably will not forget this pork chop for a long! - that's how much I liked it. It definitely sets new standards, in my opinion. I had a side of sauteed spinach with my meal. No dessert (as they didn't have any gluten free options.) But I was more than satisfied with my selections and glad that I happened to be stuck in Philly on a windy rainy night. Butcher and Singer was worth venturing out to, even with bad weather and a tornado watch.
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Erin Relyea
4 months ago
I had the 8oz filet and it was just ok. The Brussels sprouts were tasty but nothing was amazing or fabulous. My husband had the Delmonico steak and it was extremely salty. Kind of funny the best part of this meal was the apple crumb dessert at a steak house.I will not be going back to this restaurant.
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Nicholas Goss
7 months ago
My favorite steak house. I recommend the aged porterhouse. Classic serving style and classic sides. The place is legendary!
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Sam Focarino
4 months ago
Was there for our 43rd anniversary Our waiter (Jared) was Nasty and tried to get me to upgrade my wine from a $175 to a $275 bottle. Excuse me? Then they bring out our steak. We order Pittsburgh style medium rare. They got the Pittsburgh part right but the steak was way underdone. So much so that the knife was not cutting but tearing the meat. Called Jared over and his response "Well, that's how we cook medium rare. I said I don't think so. So he says here is the manager. Sarah. The sweetest Person I meet in all of Philadelphia. She save the say by cooking it for another 5 minutes. The Gall of this guy! Another thing, The brought us plates suited for vegetables. We said we want large flat plates. His response "We don't have any that is the plate we use for steaks". Five minutes later he returns with the plates. Why? Why do you have to be such a jerk Jared? I tipped him well because of the manager, Sarah and the table girl Christine. Had it been all for him He could have stuck the long bone up his "you know where" To be fair the steak was absolutely delicious. LaFreida Long Bone Rib Eye aka as the Tomahawk. $125 and worth every penny
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Gerard Makowski
4 months ago
My experience here was a mix of highs and lows. The Shrimp and Crab Louie was the perfect choice for an appetizer/salad. The Porterhouse for Two was disappointing. Accurately described by our waiter as one side loin and the other strip, the strip side was very tough. I hate to have to politely spit out grizzle and pile it neatly on the side of my plate. Forget the Porterhouse and try the Delmonico. The Loaded Hash Browns were very good as were the medley of Mushroom and Onions, but the Roasted Brussels Sprouts were tough. The cores were not trimmed (which is something I always do) and they lacked any of that bacon and roasted flavor you look for.The service was very good but almost bordered on annoying. When ask how our dinner was I told them about the lack of preparation on the Sprouts and the grizzle. I did say it was more a matter of my choice of cut than poor quality. He responded with, "Ohh, ok." which did not convince me that the head chief of the kitchen would ever receive our comments. There was no choice of type of roast for the after dinner coffee ( I favor dark roast), but the very good Carrot Cake made up for this. I don't think I'll rush back, especially with many other choices for a good steak here in Philadelphia.
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Joseph Vachaparambil
2 months ago
The food here was AMAZING I would recommend this to anyone who loves a good steak or that likes to eat out
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Thomas Burke
a year ago
One of the best Burgers I've ever had in Philly. Its huge, and it comes with a ton of fries! Came cooked exactly as I ordered it, and perfectly seasoned. One of the best parts of this restaurant is the decor. It has a very old-timey feel, almost as if you're sitting in a restaurant in the 1950's. The staff was fantastic. The waitress checked on us multiple times throughout our meal to make sure everything was perfect. If you're looking for a great burger in a great atmosphere, definitely check this place out!
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