About Lincoln Square Steak

Lincoln Square Steak is a classic Italian-American steakhouse created by Bruno Selimaj and his three son’s. This restaurant pays homage to New York in the 1960’s with it’s exceptionally prepared family-style Italian plates and dry aged steaks. Bruno and his sons take pride in treating every guest like family.
Taking influence from the mid-20th century, the opulent decor, live nightly jazz, and warm service sets the scene for an at-home feeling of comfort in a space designed with elegance and sophistication. The menu takes our favorite classics such as Chicken Parmiagana, Homemade Meatballs, and Linguine with Clams to new heights, served to perfection.

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Lincoln Square Steak offers four exclusive private dining rooms for parties, business meetings or large groups.

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Bruno Selimaj

Veteran restaurateur Bruno Selimaj has owned and operated some of New York’s finest steakhouses and Italian restaurants for over 40 years. This included the renowned Bruno’s, an Italian style restaurant in Midtown East. After a 30-year run, Bruno decided to close the famed restaurant and re-open it as Club A Steakhouse in 2008. At Club A, Bruno and sons oversee that classic NYC steak is done in it’s finest manner. Lincoln Square Steak, located on the Upper West Side, is the newest member of the team and combines Bruno’s two loves: Family-Style Italian and Steak.

In December 2008, Bruno closed his legendary restaurant after 30 years with a new idea and a continuing passion to strive to be the best. He re-opened his famed restaurant as Club A Steakhouse in the same location. This new venture managed to encompass the characteristics of a traditional steakhouse and new world modernism. His latest accomplishment has established Bruno and his last business venture as one of New York’s legendary restaurateurs that continues to strive and exceed his client’s expectations.

With his newest venture, Lincoln Square Steak, Bruno is spreading his wings to the Upper West Side, to allow for the local and world communities, a second venue for his mastery of service, legendary culinary and world-class dining and professionalism to be savored and enjoyed.