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About Cipriani - Wall Street
Cipriani Wall Street brings you classics from Harry’s Bar in Venice and Italian specialties with the longstanding tradition of the family's four-generation service. Some highlights on the menu include the beef carpaccio alla Cipriani, the homemade lightly baked tagliolini with ham, the original Bellini and the world loved Vanilla meringue. It is the perfect location for a power breakfast, a business lunch, a cocktail on the balcony overlooking Wall Street or a relaxed dinner with friends Monday through Friday.
New York, NY 10015
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7am - 10am;
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
William and Hanover
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Located in a landmark building on the most powerful street in the world, Cipriani Club 55 offers the perfect spaces for your intimate celebrations, in the tradition of Harry’s Bar cuisine and service.
Cipriani - Wall Street Ratings and Reviews
The building is amazing! You can't even believe there is a restaurant inside, is very classy and elegant. Inside, the service was amazing, every waiter was very attentive and despite the cold, they let us go out to the terrace that has an amazing view of the street. The amount of food is huge! and every bite is delicious. This is a great experience for any person visiting New York.
I have eaten in most of the Cipriani restaurants and Cirpiani Wall Street is by far my favorite. A setting right out of a Hollywood movie, sophisticated, glamorous, and service you don't find in many restaurants. The food is exceptional, as always. My daughter is gluten free, so they prepared a delicious gluten free pasta for her. It was my wife's birthday, and the wait staff serenaded her with Happy Birthday....and a delicious slice of their Vanilla Maringue cake. I would highly recommend a visit to this wonderful dining spot.
Location on middle of Wall Street is very convenient to all south of the Village. Second floor location affords privacy in a clubby atmosphere. Service is totally in line with high end dining, and I believe their Chef was 3-star+ trained, top of his class! Portions were quite large, surprising for such high quality food and presentation.
Staff was perfectly attentive, highly trained professions, never intrusive, affording privacy throughout the evening. We'll be back!
We had a table outside on the balcony which was ideal on a sultry evening. We had to ask for the wine list and the waiter clearly thought men should drink more than women. Following two heavy courses, we needed a break but with great speed some hefty looking cakes were dropped onto the table. We declined the sweet course. This was a fantastic location and the food good yet I wouldn't go back or recommend it.
We had dinner on the outdoor terrace overlooking Wall Street. It was a beautiful crisp fall evening. There are no cars allowed on Wall Street, so the street was very quiet and romantic - a rare find in NYC. The staff was friendly and accommodating. The food was delicious. The risotto primavera was excellent and large enough to share - well worth the 20 minute wait to prepare.
I went to Cipriani's Wall Street location for Restaurant Week and had the menu provided. This was very clearly a case of a fine dining restaurant rolling out the cheapest thing possible to participate. Don't get me wrong I am not expecting filet during restaurant week but the flank steak I was served was full of fat and one piece was inedible. The appetizer the waiter warned me was not high end prosciutto although still tasty and the homemade mozzarella was on point. The dessert was off their menu and a very tasty cake. The real gem here is the view from their out door patio that looks down at Wall Street below. The service was exactly what you would expect from a restaurant of this caliber. Overall the sauce the was flavorful with the steak and the potatoes were cooked perfectly and along with the dessert and the view this was still a win and I would go back again.
Food and service was great, but a warning to customers when the bill comes: we split the bill among two of us, which was fine, but had we not been careful, we could have ended up tipping 40%. Even though they divide the bill, the "suggested" tip did NOT calculate it based on the bill being cut in half, but calculated based on the whole bill. We realized it, and tipped the proper amount, but I could see people just copying the number. I have never seen this at another restaurant, so it is their computer system that needs to be changed. By way of example, if your total bill is $400, suggested 20% tip is $80. But if you split the bill with someone else, you each get a receipt to sign for $200 but suggested tip is still $80, not $40. If you both follow the suggestion, the tip ends up being $160.
I had lunch alone on Thursday afternoon. It was very hot outside and the main dining room was very crowded because the outside terrace was too hot, I had reservations but told the manager that I would sit at the bar. They treated me to a free belini because I gave up a table. The salad I had was so good. It was called donge, tuna fish, veggies, salad mixed together. It was light and tasty. The belini was the best I ever had. The coffee was very good as well. I loved the service and atmosphere as well as the food. The server at the bar was so nice to me. I had a wonderful experience.
I wanted to take a friend out to lunch and thought this would be an upscale, pleasant lunch. The decor is nice, but the food is nothing special and over priced. Service was ok, but had a hard time getting the check to get back to work. It wasn't loud, but not quiet either. Can find someplace better.
If only the head waiter hadn't been so demonstrably distracted and prone to impatience, the outing would have been delightful...
As it was, the terrace was a respite against the heat on a sultry evening and the setting was one of elegant strength amongst the pillars. And as with so many fine dining establishments of this type, the kitchen rescues all. The cucumber salad was refreshing and substantial and the branzino was plump, moist, and cooked as can only be done in professional kitchens. This is a fine choice for special occasions and financial district dinners.
We loved the atmosphere, as it has that old world feel to it. Kenneth Meza and his staff treated us like royalty. The Bellinis were perfect, just like Harry's Bar in Venice. The spinach ravioli and sauteed artichokes were delicious, as was the calfs liver and onions. We had crepes and ice cream for dessert and Lemoncello for our after dinner drink. Our taste buds were never so happy. My wife's birthday is in July and Cipriani's is definitely where we will celebrate.
Overpriced diner. This is how I would call this. 1 hour and half for lunch. Food uninspiring, tasteless and expensive. Service is not available. Managers walk around like some Wall Street execs. Boring boring place. Why waste time and money at this place when there are so many amazing places in NY. I learnt my lesson for sure!!!
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