Ribeye, Filet Mignon, Prime Rib. These are just a few of the incredible dishes you’re going to find at Prime Table here in Lincoln Center. Owned and operated by the owners of Market Tavern, the newest addition to the Center has been quite the success so far.
Since its opening in December 2016, Prime Table has been living up to its name by serving high-quality, American beef. “The quality of meat is high, and the way it’s prepared, along with the equipment we bought to prepare it, complements the beef,” said Nick DiArenzo, co-owner of Prime Table.
Alongside the beef, they’re also serving up some of the best sides in town, like Triple Cooked Fries, a Wild Shrimp Cocktail, French Onion Soup, or take a healthier route with Brussels & Cauliflower. Prime Table is also offering seafood and vegetarian options.
Since both Market Tavern and Prime Table try to use as many fresh, locally grown ingredients as possible, there will be seasonal vegetables on the menu, including favorite springtime asparagus. And you can even find local ingredients in
the cocktail list, with choices like Linden Cherry or Black Walnut Manhattans. There is also a carefully cultivated wine list, which includes many local wines, but also some old-world varietals to choose from.
The interior décor of the restaurant was planned just as carefully as the menu. Comprised of the main dining area with the bar, and a banquet room, Prime Table even has its televisions set to black and white to add to the ambiance. As you first walk in the door you are greeted with vintage classics like Audrey Hepburn artwork, a Frank Sinatra headshot and music that makes you feel as if you’re in a different era. “The vibe of the place complements the food and makes for a unique dining experience,” promises Nick.
As for what compelled the owners to go forward with planning another restaurant when they already have a successful one? Passion. Their love for the restaurant business and sup-plying Stockton with the most high-quality food at fair prices.
With an ever-growing interest in local restaurants serving high-quality food and thankfulness for the support of both restaurants, they’re not looking to slow down yet: Nick says, “Look for more things to come.”
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