About Pat LaFrieda’s Chop House at Citi Field
Thank you for joining us at Citi Field’s Pat LaFrieda’s Chop House! Our restaurant features Pat LaFrieda’s prime meats and classic dishes with a refined twist, such as mouthwatering burgers and his famous prime rib.
Guests in the following seating areas are eligible to access the Delta Sky360 Club: All Delta Club, Sterling Suites, Hyundai Club, Metropolitan Platinum, Gold and Silver, Field Gold and Silver seat holders. Foxwoods Gold also have access.
Flushing, NY 11368
Hours of Operation:
During ticketed sporting events only.
Appropriate Delta Sky360 Club access is required to dine at the Chop House, which opens 2 hours prior to the first pitch on all game days. Located on the Sterling Level of the ballpark (2nd floor) in the Delta Sky360 Club behind home plate.
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
7 Train to Citi Field/Willets Point Station. Take E, F, G, R & V trains to 74th Street-Broadway/Roosevelt Avenue stop in Jackson Heights to connect to the 7 train to Citi Field. Take N or W trains to Queensboro Plaza to connect to 7 train to Citi Field.
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For information on non game day events, please contact the NY Mets Event Sales Department.
Pat LaFrieda’s Chop House at Citi Field Ratings and Reviews
We were a party of 10. Arrived at 5:30pm for the game. Gave food request promptly. Server pleasant. BUT worst!!! service I have ever had. The drinks were wrong. The appetizers came late and also wrong. The main course took forever. And I mean we missed the opening pitch without dessert. My burger (which was good) came medium well. I ordered medium rare. The restaurant was not busy.
Food was nothing special and certainly not worth the price. Waitress was pleasant however, we waited quite a while though there were only 4 other tables occupied at the time. Waited even longer for our check to arrive so we ended up being late to the start of the game even though we were seated 2 hours before the start of the game! 4 burgers and coffee shouldn't take 2 hours
We decided to try the restaurant as Club Access came with my Tickets. The restaurant was very hard to find ( we asked 3 different Citi employees; and they could not tell me where is was or what floor it was on!) Pat LaFrieda's chop house was nice; once we found it. The Ambiance and service was very good and we did not wait long for our food. The food quality was OK; not great and very over priced ($28.50 for a steak sandwich that was mostly bread & onions) The Total Bill for lunch for 2 people was $152.00 (appetizer, entree, beverage, tax & tip) for about the same price we could have had Steaks at the Porsche club at Citi Field.
Overall save yourself the headache and price and get burger & fries at the shake shack and eat in your seat.
Visited the Chop House primarily because it was convenient to our seating for the Mets game. Until a couple of years ago, my guests and I enjoyed coming here for a pre-game tradition. However, the menu (both food and beverages) is much more limited than it used to be. While the food is very good, and the service attentive and friendly, we probably would opt for the Porsche Grill because of the wider variety of choices (assuming it hasn't changed much from when it was the Acela Club), if it were not so far from our seats.
There just doesn't seem to be any reason to have to charge $26 for a hamburger. That restaurant should be full every single game and for the most part, what I have seen, is that is more empty than it should be. I believe that has to do with the complete lack of value. I've been going to that restaurant since Citifield opened and It seems that they have never quite gotten the service and value down. I am certain that this review will be completely disregarded. As a season ticket holder in a premium section of Citi Field I felt that I had to tell you what most people are thinking.
Made reservation for 6 PM. Arrived at 6 PM. Ordered within 5 minutes. Restaurant was not full. Our meal was not served until 7:15 Had to wolf down meal. Missed 1st 2 innings of game including a NY Me'ts home run. Ordered 2 $52 Sirloin steaks. Steaks tasted like hamburger grease. Was told by the waitress that the reason our meals were delayed was due to the fact that management wanted to cook the many hamburger orders they had first. It was then that I noticed the patrons who sat down well after us finishing their meals before ours even arrived. $200 bill. Missed the best part of game including national anthem. Never again!
Food is excellent. The wait staff is attentive and friendly. And when you're finished eating there's a baseball game outside...what could be better? Pricey, but all stadium food costs more than your local pizzeria. Plus it's a nice restaurant in a stadium... so do the math! So splurge and have a good time!
this was not a good visit. it took forever to get seated. we placed our order quickly and then waited for over 45 minutes for our food. when our entrees arrived the server realized no one had brought us our salads.at that point we canceled our salads . we ate our entrees missed 2 innings of the game and left the restaurant not happy. restaurant seemed to be very unorganized.
We ate at LaFreida before Saturday's game. It is probably the best option if you don't want street food. The kale salad was delicious, the rest of the food - burger, prime rib, was good, not fabulous. My husband had the deep fried meatballs and the burger - later he had really bad g.i. problems, not sure if was from dinner or not, but he only had a cookie and coffee from the Delta club later. I'd probably give it another try, but would go earlier, dinner at 6:15 for a 7:15 game was
Very good food, nice atmosphere, great drinks, service was just ok. The wait staff seemed to be annoyed that day but I'll give them a mulligan. All in all I liked it and would go back . The big downside is no view and no windows so somewhat claustrophobic but you can't beat the filet minion sandwich
I enjoyed my dinner - a filet with grilled asparagus and my son's ribeye was very tasty too. The problem is the WAIT. It took way too long for the food to arrive - and that's with the place half empty, probably because of the sky-high prices. I can accept the prices - I'm used to getting ripped off price wise at the ballpark, especially by the Mets. But the wait? Unacceptable.
We've eaten at Pat LaFrieda's-citifield several times and we're never disappointed. Meatball appetizer and rice ball appetizer are outstanding.
My kids love the chicken parm hero as the main course.
a little high priced, but given the location, its understandable.
Awful waste of money.
I have no problem paying for good food but this was horrendous. Ordered a medium rare cowboy steak ($58), it came out rare and both me and my friend found that they poured excessive amounts of salt into our food. The servers took 15 min to approach us to get us out first drinks and then took 4 trips to get the order correct.
Will never go back!
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