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A unique, spacious dining and garden room filled with fresh flowers and modern art by Stella, Johns and Hockney as well as sculptures by Robert Graham.
New York, NY 10019
American, Contemporary American, Californian
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 9:30am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Closed on Sunday (Private Events Only)
5th & 6th Avenue
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
(212) 767-0555 ext. 1
Our beautiful indoor Garden Room welcomes private parties from 20 to 150 guests. Decorated with fresh seasonal flowers and contemporary works by noted artists including Frank Stella and Robert Graham, the setting is ideal for a wide range of events
There is a Parking Garage directly across from Michael's on 55th.
Take the N/R trains to 55th Street and 7th Avenue
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Private Room, Wine
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It's always a great party at Michael's New York, where we take pride in delivering great food, great drinks, and great service.
Our beautiful indoor Garden Room welcomes private parties from 20 to 130 guests.
The Garden Room at Michael's provides the ideal setting for corporate events both large and small, rehearsal dinners, family celebrations, holiday parties, wine tastings, and media events. We offer a specialized seasonal menu paired with wines from our award winning wine list.
Michael's Ratings and Reviews
This was my first time dining at Michael's. My friend had dined there a while back. The food and service were uniformly excellent. I know Michael's been around for a long time, and it's clear why. Owner Michael McCarty even came by to say hello -- very much something that I wish more restaurants would or could do. Would love to return to try a mid-day meal and sit in their garden.
The food was quite delicious. The entrees average at $30 a la carte. Sides are separate at $11/each. The hostess greeted us and we were seated promptly. The atmosphere was nice. There were plenty of waiters as the restaurant was not busy. However; nobody came to assist us. After sitting for over fifteen minutes, I finally spoke up and asked for a menu. We were ready to order, but nobody came back to our table. Ironic that the tables around us received proper service, but we were skipped or not important enough? I felt so horrible in there. Why am I paying you $35 dollars for my entree & another $11 for a side? Five Guys across the street would've been a better choice. It's as if my party and I came in there looking raggedy and homeless (we weren't). What a waste of my NY experience.
The food and service are top notch. The decor (the seating, lighting, carpet, waiting area) could use a complete overhaul.
If I'm paying 200 for a business lunch for two there should probably not be holes in the fabric of my worn out chair.
I'd certainly go back as I said the food and service are fantastic. The place looks tired...exhausted actually.
Our experience fell far short of the other reviews. The food was ordinary and uninspired. Despite being a very quiet night, the waiter was totally inattentive. Our sides didn't come until we were more than half-way through our main course. The ambiance, however, was fabulous - except when a very loud table ruined the stately calm. We would not go back.
Michael's was elegant in a very low-key way. Staff was attentive but not fawning. Food was excellent, very fresh and well-prepared. And this may sound strange for a restaurant review, but the artwork displayed on the walls was of museum quality. We were very impressed and will look for another occasion to dine here.
Michael's is a long-time favorite and never disappoints! The entire menu is outstanding. I have been countless time for lunch, usually business, and it is a happening business lunch scene, for sure. This was my first time for dinner as I wanted to share Michael's with my wife. Kind of surprised to see the garden room closed for dinner, but we had a terrific experience anyway. Highly recommended!!!
Michael's has been a favorite of mine for some time, though its been a while since I went to the restaurant. Both my wife and I are strict vegetarians and the menu was very amenable to our restriction. All the items were outstanding. I would strongly recommend Michael's to anyone wishing to have a fine dining experience.
Beautiful art display (especially liked the David Hockneys) in an uncramped space with large windows and stunning bouquets of blooming forsythias. Borderline to poor service with apathetic and uninformed attendants keen on finishing their Sat night shift in a hurry. Restaurant nearly deserted by 10 pm, possibly a sign that this is more of a lunch hangout than a dinner destination. Food average at best with a $45 tough-as-leather NY strip that arrived Gazpacho-cold and a "Dover Sole" that was rubbery, extremely small, and almost certainly not the real thing. Sadly the highlight was the cheeseburger receiving rave reviews from the lucky few who got a taste.
We chose Michael's due to its central location to parking and theater. It was a family birthday celebration and our entire group was more than satisfied with the food and service. Both were wonderful and a great value for the money. Highly recommend Michael's.
Michael and Kim run two of the best restaurants in LA and NY. The food is always excellent the staff well trained and the overall experience...one of being well looked after.
The NY restaurant reminds of the one in Santa Monica ...pleasant...wonderful art....great flowers...and elegant.
It was a pleasure to be there.
Michael's is consistently good, with excellent fish selections, a super wine list, and an attentive wait staff. It always feels like an occasion even though there is a casual , relaxed atmosphere. I especially appreciate the space between tables and the low noise level. The food tastes fresh and looks wonderful on the plate. This is a great restaurant for before the theater.
Food was inconsistent...appetizers were outstanding but main courses were just average to poor. I was particularly disappointed in the scallops entree. It was barely warm when it came out and there were only THREE scallops no bigger than a quarter each. The scallops entree was $32 which is ridiculous when the portion is barely appetizer size.
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