New Yorker Restaurant
60 West Market Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84101Neighborhood:
Contemporary AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
New Yorker Restaurant
- Dining Style: Fine Dining
- Website: http://newyorkerslc.com/
- Phone: 8013630166x
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday-Friday: 11:30am-2pm
Dinner: Monday-Thursday 4:30-9pm, Friday & Saturday 5:30-11pm.
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Steak, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Will Pliler
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Wine
- Catering: Please call for details.
- Cross Street: Between 300 & 400 So/Main Street & West Temple
- Public Transit: TRAX light rail is provided into-and-out of downtown Salt Lake City, with the Gallivan Plaza station only one-half block from the front door of the New Yorker.
- Parking: Valet
- Parking Details: Parking is conveniently located on the west side of the building, only a few steps from the entrance to The New Yorker. Parking is free for lunch. Valet parking is validated for dinner diners. Ample pay parking lot and metered street parking is also available.
A word from New Yorker Restaurant
New Yorker, a public dining establishment, is “the place to dine” in Salt Lake City. Located in the 1906 New York Hotel (listed on the National Register of Historic Places), New Yorker has consistently been rated as Utah’s dining establishment of choice. The delectable menus that change with the seasons and the exceptionally gracious service contribute to their many awards: top American Cuisine, business dining, superb downtown location, exceptional décor, best classic cocktails, and ambiance… just to name a few. In keeping with its name, the restaurant reflects a classic 1940s New York elegance with a unique stained glass ceiling and luxurious banquettes, both elements originating from the now renovated historic 1911 Hotel Utah.Continued
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerNotable Wine List
- Diners' Choice WinnerSpecial Occasion
- Diners' Choice WinnerContemporary American
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New Yorker Restaurant reviews from OpenTable diners
47 reviews since May 22, 2014
- Ambiance4.5Noise LevelQuiet
special occasion (40)romantic (26)notable wine list (16)fit for foodies (15)good for groups (14)late-night find (8)great for lunch (7)neighborhood gem (7)great for brunch (5)hot spot (1)kid-friendly (1)Show More
- AnniversaryOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 9/15/2014My wife and I visited the New Yorker for our ten year anniversary. I couldn't have asked for a better restaurant to celebrate the past decade.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- As always ExcellentSteveDined on 8/22/2014Enjoyed my birthday celebration at the New Yorker. Food was excellent, the drinks were great, and the service very attentive! The New Yorker remains our favorite Salt Lake restaurant for special occasions!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- ClassyBusinessdiningDined on 8/15/2014Great spot! Great bar scene, bartender. Helpful staff that was very flexible and understanding of changing reservation, including number of guest. Cara was our server, excellent, friendly, helpful. This was a business dinner and they clearly understood and were very tuned in to specific dietary and preferences of my guests. I will be back!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Lovely Restaurant!JoanDined on 8/8/2014This is a great restaurant. We loved the service and the food was very, very good. Nice ambiance.Special Features:
- Great first-time visitdrbabcockDined on 8/7/2014We went to New Yorker for the first time as a dinner date prior to going to see Wicked. We were very impressed - with both the food and the service. We ended up arriving late for our reservation due to a bad accident on the freeway. We called ahead and they said not to worry about it. When we arrived, they seated us right away and made sure our server knew we were attending Wicked and were running late so they could expedite our food. Heidi was amazing - fun, great recommendations, very attentive to getting us our food in a timely manner and getting us out to the show. Our food was excellent too. They had a Wicked pre-fixe menu we both enjoyed very much. To top it off, they also had a complimentary shuttle to and from the show. Excellent!Special Features:
- Places that make you go hmmmmmoneyhungryDined on 8/5/2014Nice restaurant but lacks any serious ambiance. Food was good but nothing as I expected from pictures and reviews. If you have a lot of money and need a place to eat, this fits the bill. If you want a lot more bang for your buck in upscale dining, try elsewhere.Special Features:
- GuyKDined on 8/1/2014The New Yorker used to be exceptional, and the service continues to be excellent. Our food was fine (though not hot enough), though our orders were switched - my wife's steak was too done and my was not done enough. The atmosphere, however, was disturbing, since we witnessed five couples in shorts and sandals/tennis shoes (one gentlement in workout shorts and a baseball cap, and one women in cut-off jeans), attire that never would have been acceptable even a few years ago. Although we understand that The New Yorker may be reluctant to turn paying customers away, the overall brand continues to be damaged by the lax standards, which, unfotunately, also will drive us elsewhere for fine dining experiences too.Special Features:
- Perfect meal!ChefDDVIPDined on 7/31/2014What a wonderful dining experience. Sat at the bar and Andrea took care of everything. Food was fabulous and service and atmosphere were also excellent! My first time here, but not the last!Special Features:
- Wicked night!OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 7/31/2014My daughter and I enjoyed a very nice meal before seeing Wicked in Salt Lake. The martinis were excellent. The seafood stew was chock full of mussels, shrimp, and crab. The service was excellent thanks to Tiffiny and the others.Special Features:
- Re-defines Hole in the WallBradDined on 7/31/2014Saw a pleasing review in the SLC Monthly, gave the place a shot without really assessing the menu or prices. Boy did I look like a hero to my wife when she saw the place. Cool location down tucked below a seafood bar, had to call to find it. The lounge area looked so fancy I thought for sure the bill would be triple digits but I couldn't have been more surprised when I opened the menu: Surprisingly original choices for very reasonable prices. Two entrees and one appetizer for $35 or so (at lunch time), and for the delicious food I would have paid more. We will be coming back soon.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- outdated and over pricedLarrybVIPDined on 7/29/2014The dining room was reminiscent other the 1980's. The waitress treated us like children leaning over and talking down. The filet which is more expensive than Ruth Chris or Fleming came out well done instead of mid rare the first time andoing twenty minutes later after they remade the same poorly cooked meal.they offered a free desert. I will not return...
- Great Place To DineOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 7/21/2014Ali our server was great! Awesome service and food. We'll be back for sure!Special Features:
- Lovely Dinner but CostlyJulieSLCDined on 7/21/2014The food was great, the service was outstanding, and the ambience was very nice. It was quite costly, however. So, for us, the New Yorker is definitely for special occasions.Special Features:
- Service could have been better.FOODeAFFAIRVIPDined on 7/19/2014The food and atmosphere were outstanding....the service - not so much. I have eatern here several times and the service is always phenomenal, but the waiter we got this time just didn't get it. He was a little slow, a little uninterested, a little bit not amused. Didn't feel the usual welcome that seems to be there at the New Yorker. The food was amazing though....the chef always does such a great job! All the other staff were very attentive and personable.Special Features:
- Always a favorite.BradHookDined on 7/18/2014Food was great and the Mint Julep was perfect. Only downside was the wall hanging on the wall was missing and the nail couldn't pass for art.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- reviewstuffedDined on 7/15/2014all very nice but too pricey, excellent food, great wine, first class service, top notch ambiance but at the end of the day $350 for 4 people. . , two of whom don't drink, is just too expensive. would i go again sure, but not anytime to soon. i have to let the exchequer recharge.Special Features:
- Top shelf diningDlivermoreVIPDined on 7/14/2014Received a recommendation from a SLC native and was not disappointed. Rivals great restaurants in major cities - highly recommend.Special Features:
- A high-class feeling driftstrikehawksDined on 6/28/2014Although reservation was put in on the final day of the travel and being visited for supper, it was a wonderful dish suitable for the last day. Although the sauce of the steak was a somewhat salty impression for the Japanese, but the taste of meat itself was good.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing serviceGCharikerDined on 6/17/2014The service was excellent. My lobster tail appeared to have been frozen and left under the heat lamp too long. However, the service at the New Yorker continues to "knock my socks off."Special Features:
- AcorwellDined on 6/14/2014our waitress way the best ever so nice and made the night even betterSpecial Features:
- A Great Gluten-free Experience!yalnifjDined on 6/13/2014We celebrated our anniversary. My wife has celiac and requires gluten free dining options. We are always nervous to try a new restaurant. We asked our server for a gluten free menu and she immediately put us at ease saying that the kitchen would gladly modify anything they could to make it gluten free. They even had gluten free bread. The service was excellent. The booths are romantic and provide a sense of privacy. The food was delicious, refined, and interesting. It is a little pricey even for a pricey restaurant. But for a special occasion and for the gluten free experience we didn't feel we had to overpay.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing FoodEricDined on 6/11/2014My wife and I decided to try The New Yorker this past week, and our meal was absolutely fantastic. We started with the coconut-panko encrusted crab cake, followed with a couple of salads, then the filet mignon medallions and the lobster tail, finishing with a creme brulee and New York style cheesecake. The filet mignon was prepared perfectly and was melt-in-your mouth. Our server, while very attentive, didn't make us feel very welcome. She became visibly annoyed when my wife told her she didn't want to order a beverage besides water. The server at the table next to us was the exact opposite. She obviously likes her job and went out of her way to make her guests feel at home. The manager stopped by several times to check on us.Special Features:
- Not what it used to beJTuesdayDined on 5/31/2014I have not been to The New Yorker in at least half a decade. What I remember from the ambiance has remained as timeless and classy as it always has been. The service was mostly quick and on par with what you would expect from a fine dinning establishment. Its the food and presentation that seem a bit dated. I had the lamb, and while cooked to perfection was not the award winning meal they claimed it to be. The chicken liver pate was good, but I was half tempted to skip the liver and only use the delicious huckleberry sauce it was served with. My date had the steak, which was expertly cooked to the right temperature, but lacking synergy with the sides. Like I said before the plates presentation is now dated, and not particularly impressive.Special Features:
- Our favorite Salt Lake restaurantSteveDined on 5/23/2014After celebrating our wedding anniversary at The New Yorker just a couple of months ago, my wife and I returned to celebrate her birthday. Always a wonderful and romantic dinner. Food was fantastic as were the desserts. Always wonderful!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The following 288 reviews are from the New Yorker Restaurant reviews archive.
- Perfect as alwaystommyDined on 5/7/2014Great place for a business dinner where you need great food, nice atmosphere, and not a heart stopping expense report. Love this place, best ribeye I've had in a whileSpecial Features:
- estsDined on 5/7/2014Always good food. Transports you to another state. Love the atmosphere.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great service - good foodNYBlueDined on 5/7/2014Overall it's a 4. The food was good but contrived. Service was excellentSpecial Features:
- MagicalCybilDined on 5/5/2014My group felt like we were transported to another place and time. Walking downstairs to the entrance of the restaurant felt like we were out of town. The service was exceptional! Everyone from the Valet Attendant to our waitress were very friendly and professional. The decor and ambiance were comfortable and beautiful! The foodie in the group was very impressed with the food. Delicious! Thank you!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Not Your Father's New Yorker...MikeDined on 5/2/2014And that's too bad. The New Yorker is no longer the fine dining experience that it once was. Food is okay, but no great shakes. Menu is a laminated card with so so selections. Wine list is also so so. Food and wine prices are all a bit too high... A Manhattan that costs in excess of $11.00 in a state where the drink doesn't even come up half way in the martini glass, is a bit excessive. Noise has always been a bit problematic, and the lower level cafe area has never helped with that problem. Wait staff who leave dirty plates and half eaten dishes along side tables really detract from the dining atmosphere. Not really a place I plan on going back to. It is no longer a classy place with unique dishes and notable wine list. Too bad.
- Bon appétit!SusanDined on 4/28/2014Loved the food and the service. A perfect late lunch for a couple of "ladies who lunch" who needed a treat and a splurge. Chocolate gateau dessert was amazing!Special Features:
- Anniversary CelebrationSteveDined on 4/24/2014My wife and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary at the New Yorker. We go every year to celebrate, and the wine, food and ambiance are always special. The New Yorker is our preferred restaurant downtown, and it's always the place we start our evening out.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- hersheyVIPDined on 4/16/2014Consistently good. Complementary wine service is a plus. Knowledgeable waiters.Special Features:
- Everyone was great and I haveOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 4/14/2014Everyone was great and I have always enjoy the fine food and wines available!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Nothing Speciallgarci22Dined on 3/26/2014Overall the food was good and service was good, but for the price and reputation of the restaurant there really wasn't anything special about it. The steak and appetizers were pretty good, but the chicken and lobster were way over cooked and for the price of these meals it should be expected that all the food be cooked completely perfect. The service was very friendly and helpful, but getting the food took much too long; 30 minutes after the appetizers.Special Features:
- Once AgainDooleyDined on 3/22/2014I have lost track how many times I've dined at the New Yorker and it is still a fine place. Despite the decades of prominence you can always count on some clever new offerings and the staff is always the epitome of class and grace and helpful as well. If you are going for the first time try the French Onion soup to start and the creme brulé to end and something wonderful in between. I had the Rigatoni with Wild Boar (how's that for creative). They do have a private room for top level meetings. If you are a serious foodie and live in SLC or near, the New Yorker is an absolute must.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Still in AweDrLydiaGrayDined on 3/12/2014Excellence from the moment we walked in. The signed birthday card on the table was such a surprise. Our server and the other members of the wait staff were friendly and professional, and fully anticipated our needs. The food was perfect. Thanks for a wonderful birthday evening!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- DecorGreatDined on 3/12/2014Outdated decor. Looked like it was from the 80s. Food was fantastic!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Don't believe the hypePeteDined on 3/8/2014This was definitely a sub par experience. Very expensive for poor flavor. Seafood pasta was bland and over cooked. Lobster over cooked. My wife's salmon was poorly seasoned and over cooked (I'm sensing a theme). Service was terrible. No attention from server after taking order. Evidently he paid more attention to a larger party that came in after us. An apology from the manager for this came too late as we needed to get off to our concert. Would not come here again.
- Good food not greatly preparedOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 3/7/2014The ingredients were good, but the prep/sauce was fair.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very RomanticOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 2/28/2014Love the atmosphere and waitstaff. We celebrated our anniversary we felt special we got the table we requested and our waitress was wonderful and paced bringing the food out perfect. The food was good except my rib-eye steak was really tough and not editable. Everything else we had was incredible. I have been before and always enjoyed the food.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.