One of the most hotly anticipated restaurant openings of winter has taken another decisive step closer to opening as P.S. Steak puts out the call for hiring of all positions. The new fine dining restaurant inside the storied 510 Groveland building will be familiar stomping grounds for its head chef Mike DeCamp. DeCamp spent much of his formative chef years working at a previous tenant of the chandelier festooned building, La Belle Vie. DeCamp returns with his new company backing him, Jester Concepts. This is the company that also owns Monello, Borough, both Parlours, Mercado by Earl Giles, and Constantine.
The company has made a name for itself with smart, elegant food and cutting edge cocktail programs. P.S. Steak will also have a bar put together by Jesse Held.
The food menu will put steak front and center, but also serve plenty of roasted vegetables and a selection of game meats as well.
The luxurious dining room and lounge are receiving a decorating refresh and chef DeCamp is teasing huge cuts of meat on the restaurant’s Instagram page.
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.
Reports say that P.S. Steak could open before the end of this month and definitely in time for the holiday season.
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