At Aretsky’s Patroon, the charm of old New York meets 21st century modernity. Within four levels of an iconic Manhattan townhouse, a stylish clientele enjoys everything from relaxed lunches to intimate celebrations to festive rooftop cocktails.View Private Dining Details
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Mon 5:30PM - 5:30PM 8:00PM - 9:30PM
Tue - Thu 8:00PM - 9:30PM
Fri 5:30PM - 9:30PM
These guys finessed everything every time so I will definitely be back.
Came in for lunch yesterday, great place to drop in for a delicious bite in Midtown. Perfect for a power lunch and couldn’t be happier with the way that my guest and I were treated. Will definitely be back.
Food and service was excellent!
We booked Artesky's for restaurant week based on the excellent reviews on open table but overall, it was a disappointing experience. Although the service and ambiance were nice, the food was uninspired and not at all what we'd expect from a restaurant of this calibre. It seems as though they were testing out some new dishes for the first time for restaurant week and nobody taste tested them beforehand to see if they were actually any good. Overall, a disappointment and we won't be returning or recommending this restaurant to anyone else.
Waiters inattentive. Stark difference in treatment we received vs the table next to us.
Went for restaurant week offering. Fantastic menu on offer. Nice for owner to stop by table. Will return.
We went for restaurant week and it was awesome. The owner came out to shake everyone’s hand. That personal touch made it all the more worth it. The food was on point and the ambience was perfect.
Meal was overall good, with the exception of the quail, the bed lacked flavor. The veg salad was overdressed and too acidic, not edible.
I had the restaurant week menu, which is identical in price and selection to the weekly Friday evening prix- fixe. I was seated on the ground level. It is possible that an upstairs room would be quieter and the regular menu better. I ordered the matched wine, for my entree of Wagyu beef stew, which was a Cabernet Franc at $15/glass. Despite letting it "open " for about 1 hour, it was still too tannic and vinegar-like to drink. The entree was very tender, but the size of a small appetizer, and the appetizer ( quail ), ordinary. The best part of the meal was an excellent creme brûlée dessert. Having been in the restaurant business, I am being very generous in my rating. However, I would save this establishment for a costly, expense account dinner.
Great food, great service. We went as a business group during NYC restaurant week. Good value. I would return for a special occasion.
It could have been better if noisy business men were not dining at the center of the room.
I went for restaurant
I picked this for Restaurant Week because of their high reviews and they didn't disappoint. I love the 1940's old New York vibe with an amazing waitstaff. I was so impressed I told everyone at work about it and we'll be back! It was super special.
Wonderful experience all around. This is my favorite restaurants in NYC by now. Everything is just perfect. Lively, upscale and and warm vibe, superb food, and very professional staff. I don’t remember when my husband and I were last vowed that much by a restaurant.
I suggested here with a couple of colleagues for dinner on Monday evening. It had a great atmosphere and a lovely set menu for Restaurant Week. We chose the wine pairing to match and it was delicious. The service is excellent and so was the food and wine.