New steakhouse opens in former Belle Vie space in Minneapolis

It's being operated by the group behind Borough and Parlour.
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A new restaurant experience opens on Monday in the space that was formerly home to the critically acclaimed La Belle Vie.

P.S. Steak opens its doors to diners a little later than expected, with November having been initially slated for its potential opening, at 510 Groveland, just across Lyndale from the Walker Art Center.

The building had been home to Twin Cities chef Tim McKee's La Belle Vie between 2005 and 2015, before it became the short-lived 510 Lounge & Private Dining, which closed last January after just six months in business.

Now it welcomes P.S. Steak, which is headed up by Mike DeCamp.

DeCamp is the culinary director at Jester Concepts, the restaurant group that operates respected Twin Cities restaurants Borough, Parlour, Monello, Constantine and Mercado.

What's more, he formerly worked in the kitchen at La Belle Vie, with Monday's opening marking a return to his old stamping grounds.

Steak features heavily on his menu, of course, topped by a bone in 16oz tenderloin for an eye-watering $93. 

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But the cow makes up only a portion of the overall offering. DeCamp also brings a number of game dishes to the table, among them dry-aged duck, a whole stuffed pheasant and a lacquered squab.

Elsewhere there are decadent seafood towers comprising oysters, shrimp, mussels, tuna, langoustines and scallops, while other dishes include a mushroom tart, sides of smoked creamed kale, and maple glazed parsnips.

Restaurant hours will be 5-10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The lounge will close an hour later than the dining room every night. You can make reservations here.

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