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At PrimeStache chef Hee Chang transforms classic American comfort food with new bursts of flavor. He chars jerk wings and pairs them with lime sour cream, whips up edamame ravioli drizzled with a sweet riesling sauce and truffle oil, and matches calamari with a pepper remoulade sauce. For heartier bites, he stuffs chicken pot pies with seasonal vegetables and throws together sandwiches such as the Ron Burgundy—an agglomeration of pulled pork, pork belly, roast pork, Coca-Cola barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese, slaw, and Tabasco fried onions.
According to Philly.com, the eatery is all-American, from the beer to the ingredients in the food to the coffee flown in from Hawaii on the back of a bald eagle. That was important to Eagles tight end Brent Celek, who is a partial owner of the restaurant. The upscale rustic setting, which includes exposed brick walls, a marble-topped bar, and reclaimed wood over a concrete floor, is also very American, as is the giant mustache sign that hangs outside.