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About ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant
ATRIO Wine Bar|Restaurant presents New American cuisine featuring carefully-sourced, seasonally-inspired ingredients with authentic flavors in every dish. Our menu is paired with curated wines, both interesting and approachable, and handcrafted cocktails in a refined, yet casual setting. Offering breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and dinner, ATRIO Wine Bar|Restaurant provides guests with a unique dining experience that is welcoming, contemporary and constantly evolving.
New York, NY 10282
Contemporary American, Contemporary European, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:30AM - 11:00AM
Lunch: Daily: 11:30AM - 3:00PM
Brunch: Saturdays & Sundays Only: 11:30AM - 3:00PM
Dinner: Daily: 5:00PM - 10:00PM
Daily: 6:00AM - 11:30AM
Drinks & Snacks: 12:00PM - 12:00AM (1:00AM on Friday & Saturday)
Drinks & Snacks: 12:00PM - 12:00AM
Loopy Doopy Roof Top Bar (Open for the 2017 season)
Monday - Sunday 2:00pm-10:00pm
Open 7 days per week, April-November.
In Between Vesey Street and Murray Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Marrying old world respect for great food and flavors with a contemporary attitude toward style and service, ATRIO provides a modern New-American experience that is, at once, authentic, approachable and relevant. Our Private Dining Room sets the stage for intimate gatherings and events whether it’s a seated dinner or a social cocktail reception.
Public or Private Lot.
Cortlandt St (R), World Trade Center (E), Chambers St (1, 2, 3), Fulton Street (4,5).
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar is open for the season and available for large party buyouts of up to 75 guests at one time. Atrio’s private dining room is very charming with high ceilings and large windows featuring views of the Hudson River and the Irish Hunger Memorial. We also have spaces in our bar area that can be reserved for groups between 10 and 150 people.
For more details, please contact:
Catering Sales Manager
Conrad New York
Tel: (646) 769 4227
ATRIO Wine Bar | Restaurant is an ideal setting for your next corporate event or social gathering. Our Private Dining Room is both intimate and sleek, overlooking the Hudson River and providing both flavorful cuisine and flawless service.
ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We were there for breakfast and we decided on the buffet. Everything was cold from the potatoes to french toast. Potoatoes tasted old, previously frozen and plain in flavor. We thought for the Conrad hotel the breakfast would have been a better quality. We also waited after sitting down for about 10 min before someone coming over to greet us. We were even by the waiter stand, my husband and I were about to leave when the man came over to the table. All around not a great experience and not worth the price.
The Conrad is a lovely hotel - but the atrium level Atrio Restaurant is NOT a good value. To hit hotel guests up for $25 + for a simple breakfast entree is absurd. They don't offer you complimentary toast, English Muffin or Bagel. Extra charges for each coffee and soda poured at over $4.00 each + a 18% automatic gratuity charge. I ended up paying $343 for breakfast for 9 people. I know its a fancy hotel - but I won't do it again.
Wow a fancy place at a fancy hotel but such a disappointment. We booked this breakfast based on proximity to the 9-11 museum and figured a good breakfast so we would arrive timely. The service was spotty at best and really pushed for "buffet"....it looked good but....the cheese was cheap and underwhelming in spite of a beautiful display. The hot options were abysmal with near raw potatoes, undercooked and burnt bacon ( none cooked properly) . I found crunchy burnt scrambled eggs so asked for an omelet. I was told that only comes on the a la Cart menu while the cook promptly burned an ordered omelet in front of me. After finishing, we waited longer than the time we were eating to get someone to get our check and process the card.
Do not bother to go here...walk a few blocks where they still respect the customer and d not insult them
Situated off the vast, visually stunning lobby area of the Conrad hotel. The atmosphere was calm and relaxed. A bar area with seating around the counter occupied part of the area, but far enough away so not to disturb diners. Service was unobtrusive and efficient. Staff were charming and helpful. Food was delicious. The octopus salad starter was cooked just right, and very tender. Main of scallops also the same. All the dishes were beautifully presented. A reasonable selection of wines by the glass. My only criticism was the price, but somewhere I would go back to.
We did go for restaurant week, however the expectation should be the food would be good. We ordered the salt and pepper calamari, there was no salt. The entrees came out salty across the board. The desserts were not good at all. The service was exceptionally slow, which was odd since the restaurant was exceptionally empty. The decor was definitely above par. And the wine list was great.
Recently needed to host a business lunch for 7 folks on February 14th near the World Trade Center. There is not a lot of nicer restaurant options in that area, and I was familiar with Atrio as I'd stayed at the Conrad before. I was easily able to book for 7, and then increase it to 10 with no difficulty.
We arrived early and were seated but were informed we couldn't order before 11:30 when they officially open for lunch. I understand if the kitchen is ready yet, but it makes no sense for us to not be able to place an order and get in the queue.
The food was good, and I was happy to see that the portions were large, and thus it could be considered good value (if that's possible in Manhattan). As we wound up the meal service got a bit too lax; business diners really want to get in and out (or at least have that option).
One potentially important side note: near the end of the meal I glanced over at a 3-top by the window. There was what appeared to be a service dog beneath one of the chairs (black lab mix wearing a pink tabard and it had a handle). Looking over again later that dog had gotten up on one of the seats and was actively sniffing/licking items on the table. I could then see that it was NOT a service dog, but just dressed up to look like one. The dog was not disruptive, but as much as I love dogs I do not want them licking tables, especially if it's at a restaurant. I've noticed over the last 6 months the large increase in airports of so-called "comfort" dogs. While I have some sympathy for those who get anxious traveling the number of incidents of misbehaving I have seen (mainly in airports) is a disturbing trend (licking, urination, etc.). I hope airports, hotels, and restaurants start addressing this issue.
We visited for breakfast on Sunday morning. We had a 930am reservation and had to wait until 955am to be seated. We waited 10 minutes at the table and a server never came to say hi, offer coffee, give us a menu, or take an order. We gave up and grabbed food from the buffet. We ate our food. Still, no one ever came to our table. We caught the maitre d' on our way out to report that we'd never been served and never received a check. He sent us on our way and apologized.
Atrio Wine and Bar is a wonderful place to go whether for a romantic dinner or just go hang with friends. The decor and atmosphere is nice and you can easily talk. The restaurant is spacious and has comfortable sofas. The helpings are a bit small though for the price. But the food is tasty. I would definitely go again.
My husband and I were staying at the Conrad Hotel and decided to try their dining room. Normally we don't eat at hotel dining rooms, but boy are we glad we dined at this one. All 3-courses of the Summer Restaurant Week menu were delicious. For starters we had grilled Portuguese octopus and braised Berkshire pork belly, then striped bass and Niman Ranch NY strip steak, followed by pistachio creme brûlée. Our table faced the Hudson River at sunset. We will definitely return for another meal.
A relaxed yet elegant place to celebrate a special event or if you are just looking for an excellent meal. Appetizers of meatballs, frito misto, grilled octopus were delicious. Main courses ranging from pasta to grilled scallops were equally impressive. We are definitely coming back!
As hotel guests, we Open Table reserved and breakfasted at Atrio 2 mornings in a row. The 2nd morning, we had to wait 10 minutes, but self-serve coffee, juice, and continental breakfast items were offered for wait. Eggs were moist both days, and the unsweetened yoghurt with granola was excellent. Coffee press on the table was nice to keep the coffee flowing during scarce service, but the coffee quality was poor. Competitively priced for the neighborhood. Relatively quiet for breakfast.
This restaurant is inside the Conrad Hotel building. The food was good, most tender grilled octopus I've had in a while and the steak was good, too. The service was excellent and the ambiance was fine - I guess I was thinking it would be an unusual space because the name means "atrium" in Italian and have a view but it didn't. The atrium of the hotel from which you enter the trestaurant, however, is an impressive space and you can sit there and enjoy a cokltail as well.
Upon arriving at Atrio, the hostess spent 10 minutes handling a man who was trying to make a reservation without even looking at my friend and I to greet us, let alone seat the two people who clearly had a reservation. I had to go into the restaurant and find a manager to seat us (still never greeted by hostess). Once we sat, the waiter made it clear to us he does not like his job. He poured our wine by reaching from behind us and put my glass next to my friends as opposed to each glass at their recipient's place setting. The service was so bad, that I ended up commandeering another server to fill in the gaps. No wonder the manager never came around checking on the diner experiences. It was obvious all experiences were less than enchanting let alone subpar.
My friend and I are both gluten free and both liked the same dish but the only problem it is typically served on a crunchy bread...our waiter saved the day by letting us know that they have gluten free bread and he would be happy to substitute it for us...impeccable service, delicious food
Very limited menu, no view whatsoever, they were running out of a few items on the menu, no ambiance. Expensive for what you get. I organized a brunch with friends from overseas and made a booking at Atrio based on some reviews i read on the NY Times ... Never again
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