Everything was fenomenal. Edward and Ali made us feel very welcome, and made the experience. Thanks Waldorf Astoria for this unique and fantastic experience
Very sorry to see the iconic WALDORF ASTORIA close its doors ... truly a gem ! NYC will miss this long time Hotel/Restaurant spot.
This will not have a meaning as the Waldorf is closing and so is Bill and Bear. Were there for nostalgia. Everything about the meal was wrong for the super high price especially. The meal was warmed over the waiter did not understand the wine we ordered, was rude and never around and a sicker shocker price. Good the place is closing.
Of course the decor and the atmosphere is lovely and I certainly hope the city makes sure the Art Deco effects are kept intact.
We are long time fans/customers and are upset they'll be shut down for 2-3 years. Totally disappointed with management's decisions prior to closing in March. Menu was extremely limited and they eliminated many of the most popular dishes. My wife loves the lobster but it was not on the menu. It's sad for a restaurant with such a storied history to go out with a fizzle instead of a bang. They should have closed it early rather than cut back.
Spectacular food, steak in particular. All the things you want in a modern steak house
Wines ridiculously expensive
As this restaurant is closing soon, it was severely understaffed. Our table and every table around us were not happy. Took 20 minutes to get a drink, another 45 to get our food and were not checked on to see if we wanted another drink. Took 45 minutes after eating main course to get table cleared and get a dessert menu. Last year for our anniversary was one of the best meals ever, this year one of the worse.
Even though they are closing its doors in less than two weeks; this venue continues to execute with excellence right down to the last detail. Easy to see why and how the Waldorf Astoria NYC is noted with setting the standard for hospitality.
As for the Bull and Bear specifically; had both dinner on a busy saturday and brunch the next morning. While the service at dinner was a little "spotty" -we had two or 3 waiters introduce themselves as our server and even the manager served us..we did not want for or miss anything. I think they were overcompensating which in hindsight is not necessarily a bad thing.
Food was fresh, hot, and delicious. Waldorf Salad,Seafood platter and rack of lamb all on point.
While perhaps a little pricy there are options to spend less (like different sizes of the seafood platter app-which was nice for my wife as an entree).
If you haven't been...go and experience history before it is too late!
Since they are closing in a couple weeks, we had no alcohol that we liked, the wine menu was just a few bottles of left overs, the wait staff could care less about serving us let alone asking for water about 4 times. It was a horrible experience. Don't waste your time.
This restaurant will be closed in March due to the fact they are renovating over the next 3 years the Waldorf Astoria. Therefore, there is no point in reviewing the restaurant.