Black Angus Steakhouse and Supper Club Now Open on South Street

Black Angus Steakhouse and Supper Club

Black Angus Steakhouse and Supper Club, the gigantic restaurant, lounge and jazz club at 117 -119 South St. that’s 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 we’re waiting on Harrisburg, we’re going as a BYOB,” Gilliam told Grub Street. “We’ll also offer customers a complimentary glass of wine until we have our license.”

The enormous western appointed space, which was once home to Tori’s 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 that’s not affiliated with the national Black Angus Steakhouse chain.

Andre Bullock, formerly of Temptations at Harrah’s 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