Philadelphia, PA - Northern Liberties is about to get a $2M upscale steakhouse, one of the area's most lavish and upscale fine dining restaurants, located at the corner of N. 2nd and Girard.
New Steakhouse Opening in Philly
The restaurant is part of the Northern Liberties Restaurant Row, with ten other food concepts opening in 2023. The restaurant's owners are Justin Veasey, Mike Connors, and William Muhr Jr., who have named it 'SIN Philadelphia' (which stands for Steak Italian Nightlife).
Upon its opening in September, SIN will provide a New York/ Miami/ LA style vibe dining experience with music and entertainment accompanying the perfect esthetic. On Sundays, they will also offer an upscale brunch that is sure to be popular among locals. With 4,750 square feet of space, SIN will seat around 200 people - making it one of the most prominent restaurants in Northern Liberties!
The name, SIN, was inspired by two of Justin’s friends who are experts in delivering a great dining experience - Steve Martorano from Café Martorano in Ft. Lauderdale and Nick Varano from Strega in Boston.
The menu at SIN will offer homemade Italian cuisine and steaks, plus vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free choices. They'll offer a fantastic 'Cheese Wheel' pasta tableside to wow guests. During Sunday Brunch, they'll serve up upscale food with entertainment vibes to help you get over the night before!
At the bar, you'll find bottled beer, various bottles of wine - 50-75 selections with a mix of higher-end and more affordable picks - and ten wines by the glass and crafty martinis. Try out a unique specialty martini like 'It's a SIN,' which is blueberry-infused vodka, limoncello, and blueberry puree topped off with a graham cracker rim. Espresso Martini fans should go for SIN's version featuring espresso beans imported from Italy!