Prime, the elegant, supper clubby steak ‘n’ seafood specialist in downtown Delray, may have lost its prime location on Atlantic Avenue but it lives to dish up designer beef and fresh fish and shellfish another day.

The Pellegrino family eatery has moved around the corner, to 29 SE 2nd Ave., taking over the spot occupied by its sister restaurant, Il Bacio, known for a vibe a lot more niteclubby than Prime’s soothing, semi-formal ambiance and cool piano jazz.

Some vestiges of the old Il Bacio remain, in the form of weekend club nights, but otherwise it’s Prime all the way, from the posh, Forties-style decor to the menu that balances Italian-style dishes like beef carpaccio, scallops with asparagus risotto and rigatoni with meatballs and Sunday gravy with sushi, USDA Prime steaks and an assortment of classic steakhouse sides.