San Francisco’s Penthouse Club & Steakhouse to Host ‘The World’s Sexiest Dinner’ at Michelin Star-Studded Event October 15

San Francisco’s new luxury gentlemen’s club, the Penthouse Club & Steakhouse, will host “The World’s Sexiest Dinner” on Monday, October 15, at its opulent North Beach location.  Showcasing the culinary excellence of its Executive Chef, Michelin star recipient Michael Ellis, the event will feature an aphrodisiac-infused 7-course menu designed to stimulate the senses, with select wine pairings from Mauritson Wines.  The dinner will be hosted by Nikki Benz, Penthouse Magazine’s Pet of the Year for 2011. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available at or by calling 415-391-2800.

Executive Chef Michael Ellis won early acclaim while at the Watergate and Ritz Carlton Hotels and Charlie Palmer Steak in Washington D.C. He subsequently moved to the California Wine country to join Palmer at his Dry Creek Kitchen in Sonoma County, where he earned the restaurant a Michelin star and an Ivy Award. His Modern American Steakhouse menu at the Penthouse Club features choice cuts of Certified Black Angus prime beef, American Kobe, and organic grass fed beef, along with the freshest sustainable seafood, and seasonal ingredients sourced from local farms.

Chef Mike Ellis' Buttermilk Fried Mary's Air Chilled Poussin at Penthouse San Francisco.

Since its Grand Opening in March, the Penthouse Club & Steakhouse has set a new standard for sophisticated adult entertainment on the West Coast. Within its dazzling multi-million dollar interior, guests are pampered with deluxe 4-star service while enjoying exceptional cuisine, premium spirits and fine wines from around the world, including rare vintages from the largest champagne cabinet in Northern California.  Guests can experience exotic live entertainment in their choice of the ultra lounge, main stage, VIP rooms, or intimate dining areas within the 2-level 15,000 square foot venue.

“This special event on October 15 will showcase the exuberance and culinary brilliance of Chef Ellis,” said Ken DeGori, Director of Operations for the Penthouse Club & Steakhouse.  “With his talent, passion, and amazing experience, we could easily be the first gentlemen’s club anywhere to earn a Michelin star.”

Located at 412 Broadway Avenue, the Penthouse Club & Steakhouse in San Francisco is independently owned and operated, and is open 7 days a week.

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