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About Esty Street
A fine dining staple on the Bergen County restaurant scene since 1992... New ownership and recently renovated interior resembling a "swank private club" makes this restaurant a truly luxurious dining experience! The Eclectic American" menu features classic dishes with an inventive twist and sometimes international flair!
Park Ridge, NJ 07656
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm.
Sunday Brunch: 12:00PM - 4:00PM.
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:30PM - 10:00PM,
Friday - Saturday: 5:30PM - 11:00PM,
Sunday 5:00PM - 9:00PM.
Lounge: Monday - Saturday: 5:00PM to Closing,
Sunday: 12:00PM to Closing.
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Ample on-site parking is available.
Private Party Facilities:
Are you planning a special birthday or anniversary dinner, a wedding rehersal dinner, a shower or buisness lunch? Esty Street offers a superb intimate venue for up to 70 guests. We offer that "private club atmosphere".
We'll tailor your event providing cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, wine and customized event menus. Our servers are trained to anticipate your every need and make your event a memorable one.
Esty Street is available for private parties on Saturday afternoons and all day on Sundays. Private parties can be arranged at other times by contacting the restaurant in advance.
Private Party Contact:
Kim Costagliola: (201) 307-1515
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Are you planning a special birthday or anniversary dinner, wedding rehersal, shower or business lunch? Esty Street offers a superb intimate venue for up to 70 guests. We offer that "private club atmosphere".
Call Kim Costagliola to discuss your details.
Esty Street Ratings and Reviews
We go to Esty Street regularly as it stands out for amazing, high quality food, changing menu / specials and very gracious service. It is cozy and calm setting. Service is somewhat old school and not rushed and in fact if you are not up for leisurely dining, you need to mention. This is a top notch restaurant and is not cheap, but given the quality it is understandable. They go out of their way to make you happy and have a great experience. When we bring people who have not been or not in awhile, comments are universal — “cannot believe how great it is and we need to come back”
We are always more than pleased when we dine at Esty St and wonder why we don’t go there more often. The table settings are beautiful, staff is wonderful and food is exceptional. We can sit and catch up with our friends without ever feeling rushed.
Poor experience with the worst experience I have observed in years. Staff seems "out of it" with mistakes at every level - as well as being and rude with other guests. While the restaurant looks beautiful and the good tasty, I will edit for new management and a positive turn-around. Should have read the many negative reviews before we made our reservations. Certainly would have gone elsewhere -I recommend you do so.
Excellent. Lives up to its reputation. Accommodated my wife’s dietary restrictions with aplomb, combining two dishes into one that she loved. Appetizers were scrumptious, main courses very impressive. My bone-in filet mignon was the rare medium-rare that I ordered, tender as can be and flavorful. My wife’s Chilean sea bass was delightful. The sorbet was very fruity and satisfying with fresh fruit around it. The flourless chocolate cake was the only thing not excellent: a bit dry. That and the fact that the price went over $200 without any alcohol for two people. So it’s our new favorite place for very special occasions.
This was our second time at Esty Street for our wedding anniversary and the meal did not disappoint once again. Menu had seasonal changes from last year but some of its classic dishes remained (seafood tower, tomahawk steak, pretzel tart). As always at Esty Street, there is a process and an order of operations for how guests are served, and it's best not to rush the process. First is the water order, then the placing of the wine menu (wine dictionary is more like it), then the wine/spirits order, then the bread basket, and ONLY THEN about 30 minutes later are you served menus and told about the specials. For people like us on an anniversary who had all night to linger over a wonderful meal, the leisurely pace was perfect and allowed us to talk, sip our wine, and just enjoy the atmosphere. If you're in a hurry to get in and out, this pace may not be to your liking. Then again, why come to a place like Esty Street if you want to rush through the meal anyway?
Food itself was wonderful, wine was lovely, and service was impeccable. And then to top off the meal, when we were leaving and waiting to get our doggie bags, we learned that the staff had inadvertently discarded (or gave away) our fairly substantial amount of left-overs. So Esty Street proceeded to cook us entirely new entrees to correct their mistake while we enjoyed a drink on the house at the bar. Very classy. So we got to enjoy our meals all over again the next day. We will certainly return again. For those who have never been and want a sense of the cost, if you get a few appetizers, entrees and a nice bottle of wine, you will easily look to spend $200-$400 depending on what you order.
A quiet, elegant restaurant with excellent service and a varied menu. The Octopus appetizer was delicious, but a pretty small portion. (we did split it, but there were only 2 small pieces) My Chilean Sea Bass was cooked to perfection and the presentation superb. My husbands Veal Chop MIlanese was perfectly prepared and a very nice portion size. The apple crisp was enough to share and was what you would expect. Our waiter was well versed and very attentive without being overbearing. All in all a good dining experience.
My bone in filet was over cooked and had a sauce on it that I did not order. I sent it back to have the sauce removed and it came back extremely over cooked. My daughters filet was very undercooked. They had to take it back twice before they got it right. They did take her filet off the check, which was the tight thing to do. That was two meals they did wrong. We will not be going back. There are better restaurants to enjoy.
this is a great place for a fine meal. not cheap, but wonderful food, service and ambiance. three if us had red meat that was high quality, perfectly cooked and seasoned. the lamb chop special from colorado was delicious as were the two different versions of filet. appetizers and salads were scrumptious. was a special occasion and esty street was perfect for it.
We dined at Esty street to celebrate my friends birthday. We've been many times before. Appetizers were great. Sadly, when my friend's dinner arrived - Filet Mignon ($45), it was overcooked. She brought it to the attention of the waitress and another one was ordered from the kitchen. While the second Filet was being prepared, I ate my dinner while my friend sat in waiting. I finished my dinner by the time the second Filet was brought to the table. Sadly, the second Filet arrived undercooked, in fact it was raw in the center. It was agreed that something else would be ordered. The chicken arrived about 15 minutes later. Nothing was done by management to acknowledge our disappointment. I got up and spoke to the manager and he knew of the mishaps, didn't apologize but said he would provide after dinner drinks. However, he never left his seat at the bar to check on us and the waitress was not clued in...no drinks were offered. After desert and coffee we left, resolved that it was a disappointing evening and we would likely not return. Big miss by the kitchen and very poor attention to customer service. Management could have easily overcome the kitchen preparation issue, but chose to ignore us and let us stew in our discontent.
Very nice-classic steakhouse decor. Enthusiastic greeting and relaxed pace of dinner which we enjoyed. Huge wine list lots of specials in addition to menu-steak and seafood focused. My pork chop was under cooked for my liking but was swiftly addressed and came back perfect. My wife had chicken which was fine. Staff attentive.
The food was wonderful. The waiter does not tell you the prices for the specials, which were very high. Speaking of high prices -my cocktail cost $26!!! No, I did not look when I ordered it, my fault-but, come on! Our waiter was very impatient with us asking him to repeat the specials and kept walking away. As I said at the start, the food was wonderful.
Was last at this restaurant over a year ago, and they have definitely made the restaurant more upscale (including the prices). My steak was amazing, but at $60 it should be. Great menu, great service, and a great meal. However, this restaurant now falls into the "splurge/special occasion" category.
Limited appetizers....prices for some items is NOT on menu..interesting!
You get a choice of one slice of bread initially.....need to ask for more.
Service is pretentious and attention given is surprisingly limited.
Entrée food quality was EXCELLENT and Abundant!
Dessert was creative and excellent.
Generally overpriced...There are better choices in both New Jersey and Nearby New York.
The food, as always, was impeccable. The waiter service was very good, however, there was a lack of attention to detail this time regarding clearing the table and replacing utensils. Very unlike this restaurant as the service is typically as outstanding as the food. It may have been the fact it was a Monday night and it appeared that one waiter and one helper were manning the entire restaurant.
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