The elegant bar and dining rooms on the first floor of 510 Groveland will soon open as P.S. Steak with chef Mike DeCamp at the helm. DeCamp is particularly suited to operate a restaurant in this storied location. He spent the early part of his career and became a major culinary player in the Minneapolis food community while working as chef de cuisine for La Belle Vie, long the pinnacle of Minneapolis fine dining. DeCamp announced back in August that he would return to this kitchen with his current employer, Jester Concepts— the same restaurant group that operates Monello, Borough, the Parlours, Constantine and Mercado by Earl Giles.
The restaurant will be more than just a steakhouse, also serving a variety of game birds and a wide swath of vegetable dishes.
The bar will be overseen by Jester’s Jesse Held, who has also built the legendary cocktail lounges for the company.
The ground floor at 510 Groveland, near Loring Park in Minneapolis has long been the location of fine dining restaurants. The marble floors, chandeliers and historic gilds is steeped in elegance. La Belle Vie operated there under James Beard Award winning chef Tim McKee (now of Octo Fishbar.) More recently it was the 510 Lounge, run by chef Don Saunders. That restaurant closed in early 2018.
P.S. Steak is expected to open in November.
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