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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
I visited the restaurant for my birthday with two other friends for dinner after work. It wasn't crowded, and we were seated by the big pillars. Pictures turned out amazing with candle lights on the table and light fixtures by the pillars. Food were served in big portion, especially the risotto, and every bit was worth spending money for! Once a server found out it was my birthday, later when we finished our meal, two servers brought the dessert included in the menu we ordered and a slice of cake on the house as they sang the Happy Birthday song. Soon the people there were singing together, congratulating. The atmosphere was amazing and the crews there surely knows how to satisfy their customers!
Service was not that great. The hostess went over to every table except ours to see how things were.
My friend ordered a dirty martini and it came in a shooter glass, very strange. I ordered a cosmo and it came in a wine glass, which was hard to drink out of because of the lime. Was not impressed with the drinks, obviously. We were done with our food and it took 45 mins for the waiter to grab the check. Would not really go again because its not worth the price.
I had a 1pm lunch reservation for 2 & waited a while to be seated. I also wasn't greeted at the door, there wasn't any host. It's was a bit unorganized & out server looked a bit flustered. Nonetheless the ambiance & food was excellent despite the noted issues.
The choices and size was poor. Very small portions. Rice was very bland and could not eat it. The pasta choice was so small it was served on a small salad plate, and this was the main course. It was a disappointment for this type of restaurant. Perhaps the regular menu is better but forget about the restaurant week menu!
I always enjoy eating here on the balcony overlooking Wall Street. While the food is good, it is not "superb" and the menu selection (for me) is dull and run of the mill. Having said that, if you are looking to eat in the Wall Street area, the view is great on the balcony which is seated on a first come first served basis. You need a reservation.
My colleagues and I go here at least 2-3 times a week for lunch and are always very pleased with the food, wine and service. Margarito and Diego are excellent waiters and Maria and Mariana do a great job making you feel welcome from the time you enter the restaurant. The bus staff is also super attentive and willing to help with anything. Definitely a must if you're in the Wall Street area.
I came with my coworkers during restaurant week. The RW menu was very minimal. I was not expecting a large selection but this was really small. The service was painfully slow. Several people who had sat down after us received their plates before our table. When the food came it out wasn’t very hot, it was semi-warm at best. We had to ask for our check as soon as out entrée were brought over. One of my coworkers had to leave early due to the lack of urgency. I understand that this is an establishment were you want to relax and enjoy your lunch or dinner but it should not take almost 2 hours to dine during lunch hours.
All in all I would try it again, the wait staff was very kind and I think everyone deserves a second chance.
My fiancé and I went to Cipriani's to check out restaurant week and celebrate my new job. Living in the area, we wanted to experience what all the Cipriani's hype was about. Overall, we were disappointed. The food (we ordered the fish and chicken off the RW menu) was mediocre and very salty. The rice side dish was hard and undercooked. However, Cipriani's does have the most amazing service! The waiters, hostesses, and bartenders were super accommodating, friendly, and professional in their interactions with us. The environment was a cross between a place to be seen and date-night hot spot. We had a drink at the bar and ate on the patio and both were very beautiful. Unfortunately, the environment did not make up for the just "ok" food.
The appetizers came out before the wine, they took two of our three appetizers and brought the main courses before our third was done with her appetizer, and we poured our wine in empty glasses more than once. Surprising for a restaurant of Cipriani caliber.
Cipriani is known to be a first class restaurant, so it was my pleasure to visit. The wall street location has an outdoor terrace, and although it directly faces some scaffolding across the way, nothing beats eating alfresco, so I was contented with the set up. It could be a very romantic atmosphere because it's very intimate. The food was good; I had a salad as my antipasti; for my main entree I had the red snapper and white rice; for dessert I had the strawberry cheesecake. The service was attentive without being overbearing. Overall it was very nice but I hope to visit the location closest to midtown next in the hopes that the food bowls me over. As I said, the food was good, but it wasn't as exceptional as I'd imagined it would be.
The food and service were terrible. I had hear about Cipriani only good things, especially at Wall Street. I know that restaurant week has a special menu, of course more cheap than normal menu. But if you can't maintain the same quality in restaurant week, don't put the restaurant like cipriani available in restaurant week. I was so exciting to go there and now so disappointed.
I would not recommend Cipriani's. The portions were small, seemed more like an appetizer than lunch. We all ordered a veal dish and there was very little veal to be found. The waiters were rushing throughout the restaurant, they almost seemed like they were running. The noise level was extremely loud, there were three of us at a small round table and we couldn't hear each other. The chairs were uncomfortable, the backs were too low. Definitely a disappointment.
I enjoyed my striped bass lunch. It was presented in an appetizing and well presented manner. However I did not care for the fennel soup as it didn't have a distinct or interesting flavor. The dessert, was light, and delicious, especially if you like merengue. My partner sent his pasta bolegnese back because it had no flavor, very little sauce and looked like an appetizer portion with scant sauce and meat. He would not return there. We would have liked more options with some creative or unusual choices. The restaurant is pretty especially the outside eating area. However it was too hot and humid to sit out there at lunchtime. Inside was extremely noisy and unpleasant until the rush crowd at 12:00pm left. Service was polite.
I love this restaurant. It never disappoints. Ambiance, food, service--all top notch. And I never hesitate to recommend it to friends who are going to be in the Wall Street area. Most people know Cipriani Wall Street for its event space, but they should also make it a point to visit the restaraunt.
Cipriani is legend, though the restaurant rides its rep more than build upon it. I had the short rib over polenta, which was great, while my wife's sea bass was plain with a topping that dominated the taste. Capriani is a solidly good and reliable choice, but it is not memorable or impressive. Recommended if in the financial zone, but not a place worth traveling to.
i didn't go with high hopes partly because i have such fond memories of the Cipriani establishments in Venice and was resentful of their having taken over the Rainbow Room ...but was curious to see how they had transformed the building where i worked into a restaurant and it was a lot more pleasant to eat there than to work there! - the decor was warm and welcoming without being pretentious - the waiters were delightful - the vitello tonnato was delicious and not so easy to find - the braised short ribs were scrumptious as well as the polenta and the mocha cake was superb and i am not a dessert person and i love the idea of getting wine by carafe size - a very nice Montepulciano -and the $25 prix fixe lunch is an absolute bargain -
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