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Reservations For GT Prime Are Live, As Boka’s New Restaurant Opens Next Week

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GT Prime will open Sept. 6.
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It’s been two years since first announced, but reservations have finally gone live for GT Prime, the meaty sequel to chef Giuseppe Tentori’s GT Fish & Oyster. GT Prime will open next Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 707 N. Wells St., according to the Tribune. The menu sets it apart from Boka Restaurant Group’s other beef-focused endeavor, Swift & Sons, offering diners small portions so they can easily sample a variety of different meats and different cuts.

Cuts like beef filet, Wagyu sirloin and venison loin are available sliced in 4-ounce and 8-ounce iterations. For groups for four to six who struggle with decisions, they can order "The Carnivore"—a selection of four of those featured meats or others in 4-ounce portions.

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GT Prime at 707 N. Wells St.
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Pescaterians will find solace with the whole branzino, king crab and lobster. These main courses are flanked by a variety of hot and cold small plates—much like GT Fish & Oyster’s menu layout— including veal cheek and beef tartare. There’s also bigoli with veal bolognese.

Don’t confuse GT Prime with a typical steakhouse. Check back later for more coverage after Labor Day. Meanwhile, read the menu below.

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