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About Atlantic Grill Near Lincoln Center
With two restaurants in New York City - at Lincoln Center and on the Upper East Side - and one in Atlantic City, Atlantic Grill is a luxury liner on land, an urban seafood brasserie where nautical décor meets old world charm. Atlantic Grill masters American seafood and showcases a refined raw bar, sushi and signature BR Guest Hospitality. Enjoy oyster, clam and shellfish selections that change daily and, and market-fresh fish available simply grilled a la carte or as composed entrees.
Experience Atlantic Grill down the shore at Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino, with Surf & Turf, Simply Grilled selections, and fresh New England fare, all with a breathtaking view of the beach and boardwalk.
New York, NY 10023
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Monday: 11:30am - 10:00pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 11:30am - 11:00pm
Friday: 11:30am - 12:00am
Saturday: 11:00am - 12:00am
Between Broadway and Central Park West
$31 to $50
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Off site catering is available. Contact Special Events at 212-331-0328 or firstname.lastname@example.org for menus and pricing.
Street parking is available, plus several public lots in the area surrounding Lincoln Center.
Take 1, 2 trains to 66TH STREET - BWAY (Lincoln Center).
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
To inquire about a large party or Special Event, contact our Special Events Department at 212-331-0328 or email@example.com.
To submit your event request online, visit our online booking page: http://www.brguesthospitality.com/event-venues/book-event
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Just steps from Lincoln Center, this urban seafood brasserie is sophisticated and stylish.
Atlantic Grill Near Lincoln Center Ratings and Reviews
The service was wonderful, from the front desk to the wait staff to the bussing. Tables aren't too close, enough space without feeling that you are eating with strangers. Cauliflower kale salad was too chewy, octopus app was over cooked and tough but, the rest of the food was wonderful! We also had the spicey Edemames, potato croquettes, red snapper, steak, and salmon which were all perfect. Will come back for Lincoln Center post/ or pre-theater dinner, seems like a great choice for that.
The Atlantic Grill near Lincoln Center has been my go-to restaurant for years, but lately -- on two evenings within three weeks -- it has been a great disappointment. One night, the maitre d' on the 65th St. side was dismissive bordering on rude, we had a very long wait for food, and time we dined at this restaurant recently, the fish was overcooked and dry. Also: one night, I had specifically requested a quiet table to accommodate a guest who is hearing impaired, but we were told when we arrived that no table large enough for our party of four was available. At least three tables freed up within five minutes and stayed empty. Meantime the maitre d' had stuffed us into a table meant for three (after offering us a table in the main dining room, where, we explained, the guest with bad hearing would not be able to hear). We wound up uncomfortable all night, had a long wait for the food, and then it was close to inedible. The floors were really dirty, as well. What is going on?
Prices are on the high side especially for appetizers. Much of the menu is spicy. Noise level at peak evening hours is particularly high. Reserved well in advance and the only table available was a booth, even though "no banquette" is in their database. A disability causes deep pain when being seated and then when rising from a banquette. We would have had to wait about 45 minutes for a regular table. Not acceptable to our guest or us.
The evening hostesses are not particularly gracious or interested in troubleshooting. Need more training.
We had to ask for: bread, salt,our drinks which were sitting in full view at the bar, butter, a knife
pretty much everything. The waitress was not good and the restaurant was empty
I was told I couldn't use my Landry's Select Card (the computer was down) but somehow the manager, when asked, had no problem using it
we (2 mature women) arrived and were placed in a very open area - not a booth- in a very cold/frigid room. We requested the room be made warmer, to no avail. Then we requested to move to the back room that was much warmer. The Maitre'D was not gracious about this at all and had a real attitude. The food was very good, although the portion of vegetables was insignificant. Arctic Char was excellent.
Excellent location vis a vis Lincoln Center. Fast service/decent, but not excellent by any means.
I am grading on a curve. The Atlantic Grill (AG) is relatively expensive so more is expected of it. The ambience is stylishly muted; tables are a touch too close - but typical for NYC. The lobster bisque was brought to the table in stainless steel and poured into bowls at the table. Spoons were brought soon after. The preparation included what seemed to be a 1" puff- pastry balloon seemingly filled with an unidentifiable fruit, sweet and out of place. An appetizer order of mussels comprised 6 mollusks (in shell) in broth with a piece of bread; the mussels crunched with sand but were otherwise tasty. An entree order of salmon appeared to be a 4 or 5 ounce steak with 3 small potato croquettes, two slices of mushroom and some foam; nicely prepared. The selected dessert was delicious and adequately sized. Utensils for it appeared shortly after the desert. Service was prompt, courteous and professional (but for the service of food before utensils.) The primary shortcoming is portion size; another 20% on the plate would cost AG little and satisfy most diners - but perhaps I over estimate the appetites of health-conscious upper west siders. For that parsimony, the price seemed high: 3 appetizers, 1 small entree, 1 beer, 1 tea, 1 coffee, 1 dessert, about $108 before tip. Nonetheless the experience of dining there is pleasant, and the convenience of its proximity to Lincoln Center is hard to beat.
Everything was perfect once we got the right table. We asked online for a table in the back room and was shown to a huge booth for at least 6-8 people with bright lighting! I looked for a better table for 2,which was more intimate with a candle....no problem .just right! Food, service and ambiance just wonderful.
Still the best value for Sunday Brunch before a performance at Lincoln Center, Atlantic Grill does not disappoint. We opted for the quieter room and a booth. Brunch options ALL come with a cocktail --- we had 2 spicy Bloody Marys and a Prosecco and Bellini. I had a yummy Salmon burger; others had the tuna salad ; chicken salad and crabcake. These were far better than the typical brunch egg items we had a few weeks ago here. Service was fine, and we had plenty of time for strolling to our performance. Reliable and good!
We were excited to eat here. The food was delicious and service excellent until dessert and wrapping up time.
We were there at 5:45 for the Opera and were asked about this. Service was impeccable through the entrees but the waiter disappeared didn’t bring the tea and we barely made it to the 8:00 curtain after waiting 30 minutes for the check. It was disappointing to us.
We were also seated in the back of the little room, not the grand room that looked so special. These two things make me hesitate to return.
Only drawback - I have been dining here and at the east side location since their opening days and I always have to remind the maitre d what our preferred seating is whenever we go, they must not keep customer profiles - even after at one point dining at the east side location once a week! Food is always good and service is friendly, otherwise we would never return
The seafood, including the fresh catch of the day and the sushi are excellent quality. Beautifully presented with the service prompt ,which is especially appreciated pre concert. Not a feeling of being rushed but every efficient. Waiters and service friendly and very professional.
This is in a perfect location if you are going to a performance at Lincoln Center. The fish is fresh and well prepared (2 of us had wonderful rainbow trout, a special at dinner.) There is a moderately priced 3-course prix fixe menu available in addition to the regular a la carte menu. Service was very accommodating and the room, although quite large, is pleasant.
Choose a table rather than a semi-circular booth to make conversation easier among 4 people.
Having eaten here many times, we know the drill. Despite initial confusion re reservation we waited a few minutes for a nice booth— we wanted the quieter 64th street room but could not be accomodated. That said the food was good- usual omelettes, etc . BUT: the best part are the drinks included with price of your entree- spicy Bloody Mary, Bellini, mimosa- All excellent. Convenient to All Lincoln Center events, they get you in and out fast! Btw, nice waiter too!
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