Frankie and Johnnie's Steakhouse - 46th Street
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Sun 4:00PM - 8:30PM
Tue - Fri 11:30AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 2:30PM 7:45PM - 10:30PM
Sat 7:45PM - 10:30PM
Pre-theater dining is very easy here as they cater to various curtain times. The special menu of three courses is just right with good choices for a quick meal before a show. Our petite filet mignons were not as tender as we expected but perfectly cooked to medium rare. With a glass of wine apiece the tab came to over $150 which I thought was high. We chose to leave before the dessert course, not their fault at all, so great service and low noise make this a good choice if price is no object.
Different pre-fixe with more choices on website than was presented
A group of was in town for a broadway show and we went to dinner afterwards.Frankie and Johnnies was perfectly located to the theater, we walked. We were an hour early and were seated without hesitation or a wait. Our server was Margaret, she was a joy and helpful with drink and dinner selections. It’s always comforting when the server knows the menu and is capable of making suggestions to fit your desires. The food was delicious and everyone in the group loved their dish. The lamb was amazing, steak was so tasty no need for steak sauce. The food was well worth the money spent and all say they would return when visiting NYC.
Excellent service, food was good...not great as one would hope for the steep price!
Great steak, appetizer "bacon" was awesome but way too much food. Great location for before Broadway. Service was outstanding. I'd go back but order way less!
It was simply a great night out with the wife from start to finish. The apps, entrees and desserts were delicious only to be accompanied by fantastic service. Two thumbs up.
Dish too small for meat size.
It was my birthday. There was no delicacy to me, and I put note on the reservation. I am Brazilian and I’d hope more from New York.
Filet had no taste at all, it was actually gross . We ordered to Filet dinners, no drinks, no dessert and 1 appetizer and the bill was over $200
Excellent restaurant, we take the tomahawk, great meat
If you want a good steak that'll blow your mind, come here. Yes, it is expensive, but it's worth it. The filet mignon was my favorite and cooked to perfection. The potatoes au gratin and Cesar salad were really good too.
The waiters are always quick to bring the food, get you seated, bring you drinks etc. I asked for my steak medium rare and it was brought that way. Would recommend this place, it's one of the best!
Reserved a table for 5:15pm, was seated next to the kitchen and bathroom entrance and the place was relatively quiet. Had to demand better seating.
The service was slow between courses.
Porterhouse foe two. Good, not great.
Honestly the best steak in NYC at Frankie & Johnnie’s, everything was lovely, the hostess sat us down at a beautiful table and the service was excellent. We had a wonderful time, will come back again.
The food and service were on par as expected as were the cocktails and wine service. They accommodated our group with a larger table in a quieter part of the dining room per our request.
Loved this place! My husband still hasn’t stopped talking about how the calves liver was melt in your mouth - the best he had ever had. My daughter and I shared the ribeye. It was fantastic! We LOVED the Au Gratin potatoes! Definitely will be back.
What a wonderful find! Staying in Midtown Manhattan, we came across this restaurant while wandering around. Great service, perfectly done steak and very attention service in a very relaxed atmosphere!
We arrived 45 mins early for our reservation and were seated immediately. Our server was hilarious and didn’t rush us at all, many couples came and went around us. We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner and conversation at Frankie & Johnnie’s. Will be back!
Dinner after a show
One of the best steaks I have ever had! Can't wait to go back!
Good value with the theater price fix. Steaks were cooked to perfection and the waiter was fantastic - a real professional. Highly reccommend
Great food ! Perfect pre Broadway show
The food was excellent the service even better. I recommend this restaurant. They have a special theater menu. Good value for the price.
Went to Frankie and Johnnie's Steakhouse for the first time during NYC 2019 winter restaurant week. The restaurant week meal serving size is the largest of all restaurants I have been at so far. They also have a $30 lunch menu where you get the same amount of food and similar choices This is a GREAT place to go during an extended lunch hour or after work for a delicious meal and some wine or beer. The best thing about this steakhouse is that you do NOT have to dress fancy at all; it has a real neighborhood homey feel on the inside. The food is amazing and delicious.
We had their restaurant week special menu, which provided good selections at a reasonable price. Crab cake appetizer was very good, as were their filet and shrimp scampi. This restaurant is equivalent to most other steakhouses in Manhattan, and would definitely consider going back again. Only hitch was that the hostess did not have our Open Table reservation, but we were seated nonetheless as the restaurant was not overly busy. Obviously, they found the reservation after the fact.
We went for resturant week and it was a good deal. The clams oreganto, shrimp scampi and filet mignon were really good.
I would go back and try something on the full menu.
The service was really good, very attentive and nice.
My wife and I have dined at Frankie and Johnnie's a number of times - including at their original location. We are big fans of their veal chop, but this time it was not as good as it has been in the past. don't know what the problem was, but we will try again - just to make sure this was not an off night.
I was visiting New York City to see my son and we decided that a nice steak house would be good place to go before a show. We are not big meat eaters, but a good steak is a nice break. I used OpenTable to find a good, moderately priced ($$) place close to the theatre. The service at Franke and Johnnie's was very poor, mostly slow. My son ordered a medium rare skirt steak and I ordered a medium rare sirloin, along with two sides, garlic mashed potatoes and pan seared brussels sprouts (per the menu). After a long wait two skirt steaks were delivered to my table. I sent the skirt steak asking for the sirloin steak I ordered. A bit of surly reaction by the server, but took the skirt steak back to the kitchen. After about 10 minutes my sirloin arrived. However, it was pretty darn rare. I'm OK with rare, but it wasn't what I ordered and at this point time was becoming an issue. Plus, instead of pan seared brussels sprouts, it was clear that they had been steamed. Oh well. In the final analysis, the service was poor, the steaks were very good, the mashed potatoes were very good and the brussels sprouts were disappointing.
Was amazing would totally recommend them
Great experience. Very friendly staff! Chicken parmesan was fantastic, penne noodles were great as well.
This was one of the most incredible dinners I’ve had in a long time. The atmosphere, the service the food was amazing I would recommend it to everyone I know celebrating a special occasion or just want to have a good steak Frankie and Johnny was the best
Awesome service and the food was fantastic
The place is very tired. the wine list has no choices and it seems they don’t even care to update it. Decor needs a face lift and food was okay. We had a wonderful waitress but that is all I can say
We went here before a show a couple blocks up. Very nice restaurant...requisite white linen tablecloths, etc. Service was terrific. Food was ok, for the price of a high end steakhouse. Steak was well cooked and good, but not the buttery tender I generally expect, and get, from most places like this. Side of brussel sprouts (with the optional garlic and olive oil) was out of this world. Desserts were also very good....cheesecake and. Apple streusel.
The new (for us) location is completely different from the old, much more contemporary and open design. Arguably a better location on restaurant row, but just a very different feel. Still, a great steak and a quite good wine list make a sure thing that we will return.
Barry was an outstanding waiter. He very conscious of our schedule and sure we finished up on time.
I grew up going to the old F & J's and this waz the first time being in the new place.( they moved to the new place 3 yrs ago)
NYC Restaurant Week is happening and the special as menu was excellent. I chose the crab cakes and the French style chicken breasts . The food was plentiful and well done. My friend had the clans oreganato & salmon, again both plentiful and great taste. My dirty Martini was well made. Margaret was the best server.
The Food was great and service was excellent. Nice variety in menu selections
We were seeing a show and we arrived at 5:30 and we didn't get our food until 5:20. We had to rush and couldn't finish our food. When we sat down we told the waitress that we were seeing a 7PM show. Food was good. Something off in the kitchen.
It was good. The broccoli was overcooked though. Our waiter was very good at what he does
It was a lovely birthday lunch for my husband before catching a matinee. The steak was delicious although somewhat gristlely. The sides and my lobster ravioli were delicious. Great service.