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About Inside Park at St. Bart's
Outside Terrace and Inside Great Hall alongside the famed Landmark St. Bart’s Church serves Contemporary American Cuisine all year around.
New York, NY 10022
Contemporary American, American, Contemporary French / American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Light Bites and Bar: 3:00 pm - Close
Dinner: 5:00pm - Close
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
East 50th Street and Park Avenue
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Public lots nearby and street parking is also available.
Subway: 6 Lexington Ave. local to 51st Street, walk west to Park Avenue. E or V train to Lexington Ave.-53rd Street stop, walk downtown on Lexington to 51st Street, turn right to Park Avenue. Bus: Lexington Ave. or Third Ave. buses to 50th St. Walk west to Park Avenue. 49/50th Street cross-town bus to Madison Ave. or Lexington Ave.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate event? Inside Park can accommodate all your special event needs.
Inside Park at St. Bart's Ratings and Reviews
Excellent and attentive service. Delicious and assorted menu options. Hostess introduced herself and engaged us in conversation. Beautiful dining room, great prices. Will continue to make this my business/leisure lunch place of choice for the future. Thank you.
My husband and I had an excellent time the other night. Our server was wonderful, and she knew the menu from start to finish. Which is super important for me with certain allergies I have. From the Manager who greeted us when we entered the space, it really made our experience worth while. The food was perfect and the wine selection was excellent. We can’t wait to return!!
Nice surprise in the winter! The "outdoor" seating is very cozy and comfortable and it's lovely to sit with glass walls and glass ceiling. The flooring and table settings were all very nice, perfect for a business lunch. Will definitely be back, especially during the cold months.
Inside Park at St. Bart's was a recommendation from a friend for a restaurant near the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. With a very ambitious 2 day Christmas tour of NYC at hand, we were able to make a 5:30 reservation which allowed us to meet up with our son & his girlfriend, purchase tickets for RCMH Christmas Extravaganza, walk thru the plaza and take pics by the tree, have dinner and make the 8:00pm show! We started with appetizers of goat cheese croquettes, tuna tacos and short rib egg rolls , all of which got thumbs up. Two of us ordered the crab cake (good), 1 chicken pot pie(great) and I ordered the best entree, grilled snapper( which was cooked perfectly) We were all starving so we also ordered a side of Farfalle Primavera but were served the Gamberi Toscana. After alerting our waitress, she said no problem , enjoy this dish and I will bring the other shortly, which she did. The manager also stopped by to apologize for the mistaken pasta . We did have left overs to box up and enjoyed at home the next night. We finished with a round of cappuccinos and had time to stroll back to Radio City with plenty of time to enjoy the show.
$70 a person for Thanksgiving dinner? There was no ambiance (save a screen showing black and white photos of NY). The tables were either too close or too far. Lighting was terrible -- either in the dark or under a spotlight. The food was lukewarm from start to finish. The turkey was dry and half the plate was cheap mushrooms. The nibbles we're awful, the dessert tart was OK. Honestly, apart from our waitress (who was lovely), I was embarrassed to have taken my partner there for Thanksgiving: it felt like eating in a trussed-up soup kitchen.
Very disappointing, Thanksgiving meal was WAY over salted and slopped onto our plates like dog food, the staff was friendly but my God, the food was not edible...We spend $220 for the two of us and walked out feeling sick to our stomachs and very unsatisfied to say the least. They need a new chef,I would not recommend going.
A Nice Thanksgiving Meal. This was our first time visiting the restaurant and we would definitely go back! It happened to be quite cold that day and we found the restaurant a little chilly - however with that said, the hostess told us that we could move closer to some large heaters which we ended up not doing, but we appreciated the offer. The food was quite flavorful and delicious - the only down side was that all of the portions were cold. We understand the challenge of keeping a Thanksgiving menu hot, so this does not detract from a nice dining experience.
Good quality was great, prices are moderate, service was substantial. There needs to be an improvement on the bug control. We were sat by a fairly large plant which had to very visible plastic containers of a clear yellow liquid that I can only assume was citronella, which did not stop flies, a very pesky bee, and finally some sort of small fly like creature that decided to finish my wife's dinner for her.
This has always been a favorite--with great seating indoors and out, easy location, nice outdoor bar, and good food.
However...something's caused it to go downhill. Dined here with an out of town friend and I was embarrassed by the service and the food quality was uninspiring. I will probably give it a break before returning to see if things improve.
We were quickly and warmly greeted by the Hostess. At this time Nicole, apparently a seasoned team member, swooped in to enhance the experience and took us swiftly to our table. Warm reception, great food and drinks and a unique view of the cathedral and Madison avenue. Half way through the meal Paul (assuming the manager or owner) came by to introduce himself and greet some of my party who were regulars there. It felt very friendly and we will return many times over!
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