About Parker & Quinn
A 1920s-themed restaurant nestled in the heart of the Garment District. Serving seasonal New American Fare, Executive Chef Jeff Haskell focuses on locally sourced, quality ingredients to create straightforward and approachable dishes. The eclectic cocktail list, created by world renowned mixologist Alex Ott, presents a twist on classic cocktails, and surprising combinations with an emphasis on artisanal brands.
New York, NY 10018
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday-Friday: 7-10am
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 11am-4pm
Lunch: Monday-Friday 11am-4pm
Dinner: Monday-Sunday 4-11pm
between 5th and 6th
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
F - Bryant Park
4,5,6 - Grand Central Terminal
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Entertainment, Full Bar, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Parker & Quinn Ratings and Reviews
Loved this place! It was my first visit but I will definitely go back. Very fun atmosphere, great food and cool decor. The service was pretty half-hearted, though. Our server was nice enough, but clearly disinterested. Menu was interesting with plenty of options, and food was solid. Great spot for drinks, dinner, or both!
The food here is delicious with a pretty good value for the city. The ambiance is dark and rustic which is very cool and relaxing. The hostess was so sweet she made our experience very personal and you could tell she really cared about her job and the restaurant.
There's something on the menu for everyone. We had the mac n cheese, fried chicken sliders, and brussel sprouts.
Good beer, wine, and liquor selection. I had a mule drink called the "cock and bull" which I reordered.
Need to come back to try more of the main dishes!
Extremely noisy - no quiet spots.
Tina the manager was very helpful and accommodating, but most of the other staff were pretty disinterested.
Food was good but WAY too much sodium - no need to over-salt and obscure the flavors.
I booked using an OpenTable $25 reward only to be told at checkout that they no longer accept them - funny, how did that change in the 3 hours between booking via open table and dining at the restaurant? Tina honored our discount but there's a problem here between open table and its restaurants.
Not my best experience. Tina saved the evening and we rewarded her appropriately. But overall there was not much interest in serving people whose idea of a nice dinner was not screaming at each other. Not what the open table reviews suggested. Overall score about 3, not the 4.5 suggested!
Been twice. Very good food but insanely loud. First time service was also great, this time the waiter was overloaded and we received little attention. Think we were assigned a new waiter toward the end, and he showed up more and was very nice. Fun place but not if you are trying to talk!
Until this occasion I'd only been there for lunch, which was always very good. Breakfast was very good as well. Hard to assess too many of the items on the menu because of the 4 people dinning we only tried the Greek yogurt (which comes with ample toppings) and the oatmeal. The Greek Yogurt comes with a mound of fresh granola in a bowl. It's actually way too much to add it all to your yogurt. They should bring you milk if they intend for you to eat it all so you can turn it into cereal. All three of us wasted quite a bit of granola. It also comes with a small portion of dried fruit and a perfect amount of honey. My only critical comment would be that the yogurt was sweetened already. With all the topics they provide it doesn't need to be. And most people ordering Greek yogurt for breakfast would probably prefer it be unsweetened. The oatmeal appeared to be good as well. Service was prompted and NYC-courteous. I would definitely recommend breakfast there for a business meeting again.
The food at Parker and Quinn was excellent. Delicious carrot side dish with feta cooked perfectly. Fresh salad with a tasty veggie burger. But the noise level is oppressive. Made conversation strained and tense. Couples on either side had to lean into our space to hear each other. It was the definition of "too loud" because the food and service was great but I wouldn't go back.
The hostess was very professional and accommodating, I made a late lunch reservation and didn't want a high top table so she rearranged people and found us a low table. We both had burgers which were good, but tough to have a conversation unless you are at a banquet table.
We were staying in Midtown & looking for something that we could walk to. The hotel recommended Parker & Quinn. There are a lot of vegetarian options. I had the pickle brine chicken & a side. The food was great & the service very good with the exception of the guy clearing the table. Not only did he clear our plates he also took the bottle of water from our table. The NY style cheesecake was also very good.
I actually picked this place only from the reviews and 4.5 stars on Open Table. I am so happy I did! Great food, cocktails and friendly staff. It’s easy to have a restaurant that is “so so” and survive just because it is in the “right” locations. Parker and Quinn was a total find! Excellent theater location and delicious food! I will definitely go back.
Went here for the first time for drinks and dinner with my adult son. He lives and works here in NY, and I live in North Carolina, so we don't see each other often. It was a wonderful night for us. We relaxed over amazing mixed drinks. Then had roasted peppers and grilled octopus. Both were amazing. For our entrees we each had the 16 oz ribeye, mushrooms, fried eggplant and grilled avocado. The steak was probably the best steak I've ever had in all my 60 years of life! The waiter, Corey, was great too. Didn't rush us. Knew just when to come over to us, and when to just let us chat. It was a perfect night from start to finish! A little pricey, but well worth every penny! I would highly recommend Parker and Quinn!
Nice ambiance, meal less successful. Restaurant was just filling up with the lunch crowd and we were seated promptly. Got way noisier as the meal went on. Service was a joke. Our server was lovely but inattentive would be a generous description. When we weren't ready to order immediately, she disappeared. Once we were able to catch her eye, it took forever to get our meal. The party next of us sat, ordered, ate (at a leisurely pace) and left before we even got our food--and that was after asking to speak with the manager. The food wasn't worth that kind of wait. The burger was ok, the french dip much less so. Instead of jus, it came with a gravy that my friend said tasted like tomato soup. And be aware that ordering fries comes with a $3 surcharge. On the plus side, our water glasses were filled as soon as they were nearing empty. The manager brought out a complimentary dessert---a little early but a nice effort to make up for the lousy service. And as an added fyi, beware the bathrooms. Since this is an
hotel restaurant, the restrooms are in the lobby. They were filthy, wet and had no paper towels. I suggest trying some other place in the future. Not terrible, just not really good in a city that has lots of options.
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