Philadelphia’s The Palm steakhouse location closes after 31 years in Center City




For the second time in the previous few months, a decades-old Philadelphia steakhouse will shut its doorways.

The Palm, which has been at 200 South Broad St. in Center City for 31 years, is ending its run, the Philadelphia Business Journal reported Tuesday afternoon.

First established as a New York City chain in 1926, The Palm proper this second has larger than 20 areas all through the United States and two worldwide steakhouses.

The writing appeared to be on the wall last 12 months when The Palm filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. It was taken over by Landry’s Inc., which owns varied Philly steakhouses along with every Del Frisco’s space. The agency moreover owned Morton’s steakhouse, which it opted to close on New Year’s Eve.

The Palm was acknowledged for its partitions embellished with caricatures of notable guests who’ve dined there.

There is not any indication, proper now, what’s subsequent for the Center City property on the underside flooring of the Bellevue Hotel.




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