Want the Best Views for Dinner? The Pyramid Club is Now Open to the Public
For years R2L has held the distinguished honor of having the highest dining experience in the city. Perched on the 37th floor, R2L has been sitting pretty on top of Two Liberty. Now The Pyramid Club is looking to claim the top spot. Since 1993, The Pyramid Club has been a private social club. However, the Pyramid club is now open to the public for a limited time via OpenTable.
With sweeping views from the 52nd floor of the BNY Mellon Center at 1735 Market St, The Pyramid club will allow the general public to experience dinning on top of the world (well on top of Philly). Guests looking to make reservation will have to do so from Tuesday through Friday between the hours of 5:30-9:00pm.
Diners can choose between an intimate dining room featuring a 4-course tasting menu (updated seasonally) with pairing options from Sylva Senat of Top Chef Season 14. Chef Senat who has been nominated for a James Beard Award will be complimented by a extensive wine menu put together by former Le Bec Fin General Manager, Kevin Keys.
The Pyramid Club’s reign at the top will be cut short this summer when chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten opens the Jean-Georges on the 59th floor of the new Comcast Technology Center, equipped with its Sky lounge on 60th floor.
Please note that the Pyramid Club DOES NOT ACCEPT CASH as a form of payment, credit cards only. Additionally, as the Pyramid Club is a private venue, there is a 20% service charge added to all checks.