Come spring, a new steakhouse called Prime 14 will be open on the Capitol Square.
The restaurant, to be located at 14 W. Mifflin St., will be the fourth establishment operated by the Noble Chef Hospitality group, which also owns Capital Tap Haus, Buck & Badger Northwoods Lodge and the Ivory Room Piano Bar.
"I've always wanted to do high-end dining, and I've always had a big passion for steakhouses,” said Jack Sosnowski, president of the Noble Chef group.
Prime 14 will inhabit the space of the now-closed Mirch Masala, Tabby and Jack's Pet Emporium and the old Amcore Bank and will seat 190 people. Construction has begun, and Sosnowski plans to open in May.
Prime 14 will embody a 1920s vibe; "a classic steakhouse," Sosnowski said. The menu will also feature seafood and vegetarian entrees, plus an extensive wine list.