Black Angus Steakhouse and Supper Club Now Open on South Street

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Black Angus Steakhouse and Supper Club Photo: Collin Keefe

Black Angus Steakhouse and Supper Club, the gigantic restaurant, lounge and jazz club at 117 -119 South St. thats been making sporadic ripples in the local gastrosphere since February is now open. It actually opened two weeks ago, but due to a delayed liquor license application, has been in a perpetual soft launch mode, according to Lawrence Gilliam who owns the restaurant with his sister Stephanie. While were waiting on Harrisburg, were going as a BYOB, Gilliam told Grub Street. Well also offer customers a complimentary glass of wine until we have our license.

The enormous western appointed space, which was once home to Toris Brickhouse, features a large front bar with seating for up to 20, a wine bar and lounge with ten additional seats, a 60-seat dining room and a jazz club in the back that seats 60 more. A live jazz band plays every Friday and Saturday night. The restaurant is an independent, family-owned operation thats not affiliated with the national Black Angus Steakhouse chain.

Andre Bullock, formerly of Temptations at Harrahs Chester Pennsylvania Casino and Racetrack, is the chef. His menu features a broad selection of items that include steaks, chops, seafood and sandwiches. A separate jazz menu that features lighter fare and bar snacks is available on the weekends.

Black Angus Steakhouse and Supper Club, 117 - 119 South Street, (267) 687-4977