Steakhouses typically cater to a male audience, but a new kind of steakhouse has popped up at 111 Montgomery St. in Jersey City. Liberty Prime, the product of a collaboration between George Makrogiannis and Moran’s restaurant in Manhattan and the Davenport Group, is an exception to this expectation.
“We want to cater to women with our specialized menu items, as well as anyone else who enjoys a good steak,” Makrogiannis said. “We cater to steak-loving women in the same way we cater to steak-loving men, we give everyone the options they expect.”
Makrogiannis said sample plates will be available for those who do not want a full meal, and happy hour will be from 6 to 7 p.m. on weeknights.
The menu will feature items including Mini Skirt Steak and Rare Style, which is a 6 oz. filet mignon wrapped in bacon and served with a 4 oz. lobster tail with a lemon butter sauce.
Liberty Prime’s bar, Prime Time, is located right next door and will offer a “light bite bar menu” with a similar sensibility.
Makrogiannis said steak and steakhouses can be “fashionable.” For Liberty Prime, this is expressed through the menu and modern décor.
Liberty Prime Steakhouse
111 Montgomery Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Editorial Intern: Sabrina Szteinbaum is a sophomore at Rutgers University majoring in Journalism & Media Studies, but those are just the basics! She is a Jersey-born, city-loving foodie who can be found running around New York City in search of the best cupcake, cookie, or piece of cake to feature on her baking blog. Sabrina has been baking since age 12, and has been documenting her confections at The Sugarcoated Life since August 2012. At Rutgers, Sabrina works as a correspondent for The Daily Targum. Her love of journalism has landed her the roles of newscaster and assistant news director on WRSU, one of Rutgers’ radio stations.