Irish Hospitality took over the space formerly occupied by Arthur Henry’s Supper Club. They kept Arthur Henry’s grill-your-own steak concept and gave the space a ’70s-inspired redesign. The menu features a range of steaks, from a $10 top sirloin to a $34 filet or rib-eye. Diners season and cook the steaks themselves on a large indoor grill in the center of the restaurant. They can also grill their own burger, meat or veggie skewer, portobello mushroom or prawns.
The bar is a nostalgic riff on a ’70s steakhouse bar, serving classics such as the Freezer Martini and the Bobby Burns, along with an alcoholic ice cream drink called the Pink Squirrel. Prices are comparatively gentle at $8–$11 per cocktail.
Butterscotch Den will have late-night dining and bar hours, with the grill staying hot until 1 a.m. and the cocktail menu offered until 2 a.m. The owners say they plan to offer live entertainment as well, with a stage and a baby grand piano.
Irish Hospitality also owns The Snug cocktail bar and Ro Sham Beaux, a natural wine bar. The Butterscotch Den is at 3406 Broadway. It’s open seven days a week from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.