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62 Laight Street
New York, NY 10013
TriBeCa - Downtown
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Dylan Prime Details
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:30 am - 3 pm and 4 pm - 11 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 4 pm - 11 pm
Main Dining Room
Daily from 5:30 pm - 11 pm
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
American, Steak, Seafood
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Late Night, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private Party Facilities:
Our semi-private Alcove seats up to 25 guests. Our Lounge is available for semi-private cocktail parties up to 50, as well as private receptions for up to 125 (50 seated). We can also accommodate small receptions at our Prime Bar. Our entire space can seat 200. We offer prix fixe menus for brunch, lunch and dinner events, as well as passed hors d'oeuvres and bar packages.
Private Party Contact:
Shana Smith (212) 334-4783
Corner of Greenwich
Subway: 1,A,C,E to Canal Street
Street parking is available after 6pm.
There is a parking garage located diagonal from the restaurant at the southwest corner of Laight and Greenwich Streets.
A word from Dylan Prime
Modern American cuisine set in the historical Deitz Lantern Building in TriBeCa.
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Six of us dined at Dylan Prime on
Saturday night. They gave us a round table which was perfect for including everyone in the conversations! The restaurant is charming, and very open by any standards, especially compared to most New York City venues.s Our food was delicious! The steaks were perfectly cooked to everyone's different specifications. Some enjoyed the steaks plain and others tried the Bearnaise sauce, which was especially good! We tried a variety of the salads, onion soup and pasta appetizers. Again, everyone was pleased. The service was perfect as well! We would highly recommend Dylan Prime!"
Dined on 3/8/2014
Dylan Primes recently re-design
ambiance is very comfortable and appropriate to the Tribeca scene. Drinks, food and service were all superb - particularly enjoyable for quiet romantic conversations."
Dined on 3/5/2014
Nothing special and too expensive
for it. Will close by the end of summer"
Dined on 2/28/2014
I loved to come here before but
its even better now, better menu and wine list. It looks better too, gone is the tired look it had before but I never came for the look it was just the food."
Dined on 2/27/2014
Was a gem before the renovations,
but now since it reopened - the new decor, the addtions of the raw bar and many menu items, it's a fantastic place to eat and drink. Highly recommended!"
Dined on 2/27/2014
I've been to many of the best
steakhouses in New York and was excited to try this one for my birthday. The steak is fine, but does not meet price expectations. There is nothing special or unique about the steak, it cannot compete with top steak houses such as The Palm, Capital Grill, and Wolfgang's. In addition, side items are extremely expensive considering the really small portions that are provided. Moreover, for a restaurant in this price range, I was only given 1 stale dinner roll, when many competitors offer a much greater variety and quantity of bread."
Dined on 2/22/2014
We had heard great things about
the restaurant and were eager to try it. Unfortunately, the food lacked flavor. We had to send one steak back multiple times because the temperature on it was not done correctly. By the time the steak was brought back out for the last time (which took over 30 minutes), the entire party except one person had completed their meal. So that person was forced to eat by themself which made them very uncomfortable. And to make matters worse, the steak was unedible as it had been so overcooked. Very disappointing experience."
Dined on 2/1/2014
We were regulars at Dylan since it
opened, and were disappointed when it closed (for what seemed longer than necessary for "renovations") so we were overjoyed at it's re-opening! The new "rustic" look finally makes it LOOK like a steak house (although we liked the decor before, too). If there's ANY criticism, it would be the absence of a few faves from the old menu (Carpetbagger, the fondue, corn potato cakes!) but the new menu is solid, and our steaks were cooked perfectly! Can't wait for them to open for lunch!"
Dined on 2/1/2014
Steak was of average quality but
highly over-salted. Baked beans mediocre."
Dined on 1/30/2014
I used to frequent this place when
it was under prior management. I did not care for it this time - but it was small things that just annoy me. The wine was served at room temperature and they seemed unaware that this is improper. Service was not bad but below average. In this neighborhood, I would recommend Wolfgang's Steakhouse right around the corner - much better."
Dined on 1/17/2014
The Filet Mignon was cooked to
Perfection - Tender and jucy. The highlight."
Dined on 1/18/2014
Dylan prime was a very workmanlike
hedge fund guy steak house that now is something more. Menu has been retooled and while there is no shortage of excellent steak there is quite a lot else to enjoy. Pleasant, more sophisticated feel and a new attention to the little things."
Dined on 1/17/2014
WOW. The place looks great. Love
the new decor. Our waitress knew the menu to a tee. And our food was served all at the righttime. The wait staff knew jus how much and how little to distrub us. That to me make or breaks a place. Treated like royalty. Like I said when I am back in Manhattan I know where I will be eating, again."
Dined on 1/16/2014
i liked the old DP - but love the
new one. It's upgraded from a good steak house to an overall high end new American. Still plenty of red meat, but i would come back for the black bass, the bay scallops app, and the pork chop. good desserts if you have any room left. A winner and will carve out a great niche in a strong restaurant area"
Dined on 12/31/2013
With the on/off re-opening, we
began to wonder if our favorite neighborhood steak restaurant would ever re-open. Good news is that it has and while trying to be a little less of a steak place and a little more of everything else, the good news is that the meat is as good as ever, the new styling looks fabulous and the other menu additions can only make it more inclusive for us to go with people who don't like meat. Overall, our local favorite is back and good luck."
Dined on 12/21/2013
This is one of my top three places
in the city, and by far top steak house. Service is wonderful and food is amazing."
Dined on 3/30/2013
We were looking for a good steak
restaurant in the neighbourhood and indeed the steaks were very good, but the side dishes and presentation hardly the same level. I had the béarnaise sauce on mine, but honestly very far from a real béarnaise. Side dishes (chips, asparagus) not worth any special mention. No effort at all to compose or promote the dishes. The waiter was not so keen on the suggestions and everyone was in a hurry to see us go (They tried to take my son's plate while he was eating). However, the presentation of the dessert was much better. All in all I would recommend it."
Dined on 3/30/2013
My first steak was WAY overcooked.
They obviously tried to correct the mistake but the second steak was a little undercooked for my preferences. I don't understand how a steak restaurant doesn't know how to properly cook a steak... The flavor of the steak however was fantastic and their miniature beef wellington bites were a highlight for sure. The wine room is located right next to the dining area and it is pretty well done. All in all the dinner ended up being okay but with so many other places in New York. I probably will not go back for the steak."
Dined on 3/30/2013
Wonderful overall experience. The
scallops with quail egg and pork belly were excellent, and the truffle beurre blanc sauce was to die for!"
Dined on 3/28/2013
Disappointing. Meat was overcooked
and tough. Sides were ordinary. The wine list was inaccurate. We've eaten here before, but I'm not sure well be back."
Dined on 3/23/2013
The specialty Manhattan was
superb, but things went downhill from there. The first bad sign was the bread--a packaged roll that was tasteless and ice cold. We followed with luke-warm mini beef Wellingtons--nice but too cold and a very good scallop, pork belly and quail egg appetizer. Then came the steaks--my friend's ll ounce fillet was tough and cold--so cold it wouldn't melt the compound butter that costs $3 extra. I had a cold skirt steak over luke warm risotto. The place was deserted with a host of busboys just standing around and neither the junior or senior manager could bother themselves with a hello visit. The place feels like it's about to shut up. Sorry--nothing worse than expensive steaks served cold."
Dined on 3/22/2013
Not a vibrant lunch place. I sat
on a banquette with a massively ripped seat. Place is past it's Prime. . . Food is decent. Staff is upbeat. Food is a bit slow. Nice bartender lady during lunch, who doubles as the one waitress. Maybe it's better for dinner?"
Dined on 3/12/2013
I took a business client here for
dinner based on a friend's recommendation and we had a round table of five on a Wed night. Noise level was moderately high and not ideal. Seafood tower was impressive and my clients enjoyed the 'top notch' oysters. Service was very attentive especially considering the many demands of our table. Unfortunately all of our steaks were overcooked by 1-2 temp grades (medium turned out almost well done, med rare was med well). Family-style sides were average, bread was an afterthought, desserts were ok but not memorable. I really wanted to like Dylan Prime and although it had some high points,the food was lacking and it left me wishing I had chosen one of the many other NY steakhouse greats for my business dinner."
Dined on 3/13/2013
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