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About Delmonico's Kitchen
Delmonico’s, the country’s first fine dining restaurant, has expanded its premier location at 56 Beaver Street to Midtown Manhattan. But be warned, this is not your father's Delmonico's! Prepare to be dazzled with its chic,modern interior and casual vibe. Just steps from Madison Square Garden, Macy's, and Broadway theater this contemporary spinoff boasts a sleek marble bar, deep red leather banquettes, and candlelight tables.Perfect for lunch, a drink after work, or dinner before the big game.
Delmonico's Kitchen brings a globally inspired, seasonal approach to dining using organic and local ingredients to create savory twists to some of the original legendary dishes such as Delmonico Steak, Eggs Benedict, and Baked Alaska.
Separating itself from other traditional steakhouses with its innovative dishes and updates on the classics, the new Delmonico's Kitchen will surely entice guests to come back for more.
New York, NY 10018
American, Steakhouse, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 10:00pm; Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Sunday: 5:00PM-9:00PM
Between 7th and 8th Avenues
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Delmonico's Kitchen can be reserved for groups of 15-200. The same critically acclaimed chefs can cater your event at the venue of your choice.
Icon Parking - 161-163 W. 36th Street near 7th ave
1, 2, 3, B, D, F, N, Q, R, V & W trains to 34th Street/Penn Station.
Chef Billy Oliva
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Delmonico's Kitchen will be open for Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Please check back for time and menus
Delmonico's will be participating in NYC Restaurant Week 2013
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As the sequel to the original, Delmonico's Kitchen emerges as the new kid on the block in the heart of Midtown for private dining. Our rooms, sleek bar, and dining room are steps from Broadway, Madison Square Garden and Penn Station making an ideal location for special events
Delmonico's Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
If you eat here, ask for Eloy. He was incredibly accommodating and sweet. It was a NYC blizzard outside so we were among the few who came out to eat. He knew the menu well and made a simple date night feel like something more. With a simple question of “Do you have time? Or are you in a rush?” He coursed out our meal so perfectly that even though our reservation was at 7pm, we didn’t leave till close to 10.
Eloy is the kind of Server that reminds you that being a server isn’t a throw away job. He helped craft our night in such a memorable way that we felt like we were the only table there (yes because of the snow there weren’t many, but we weren’t the only ones there).
We tipped beyond 20% and to be honest if you have Eloy as a server, you should too. You should because the entire staff was incredible. Everyone was accommodating. And you need to remember that that Server has to tip out everyone. So Eloy deserved the full %20.
The food was great and the wine selection was awesome. Definitely a good upscale casual place to eat in midtown. Also, ask for Eloy.
Delmonico's Kitchen never fails to provide an impressive experience. From the moment we walked in the door we we made to feel like important family guests.
Dennis set us up with a perfect table four celebration and Oscar and his team we always there without being intrusive.
The food was extraordinary, steaks were cooked to perfection and two sides were enough for four of us.
A special birthday desert was a great ending to a perfect meal.
Delmonico's Kitchen is convenient to Penn station and the Broadway theaters
I thought Delmonico's was known for its good steaks. Well, I must have been mistaken. The over-priced rib eye (really a hard steak to screw up) was horrible, fatty, veins, tough to cut with a steak knife and even tougher to chew. Perhaps I got a bad cut? ell, then so do one of the people I was with who also got the rib eye. It was also terrible. By the was the price was $51 and I have eaten better tube steaks (hot dogs in case you have't heard the term). The seared diver scallops and the shrimp risotto was also not very good. The risotto was mushy. I will never go back to this restaurant again. How does this place survive in Manhattan with all the other great restaurants around is beyond me.
The sole was a special on the menu wasn't fresh.
Also , after ordering two good bottles of wine that they just happen to be out of. They try to substitute a lesser quality bottle. Then when we request the Mgr intervene , he insulted us with comments about how much rent he pays.
I ordered a white wine which smelled acidic, so I rejected it and ordered the house white wine. We ordered a porterhouse medium rare, but came back as medium well - too overcooked. The waiter offered to take it back, but we did not want to wait, so we just ate the overcooked steak. We were given a small table for four people.
The bill of course was expensive, but for that price the food and wine should have been much better.
Back in the day Delmonico's was an Italian restaurant known for its friendly service, good home style cooking and ample portions.
it was a great neighborhood place, and also convenient to the Garde.
since it became Delmonico's the focus has been shifted to the steak side of the menu, which i guess produces a higher profit margin. unfortunately, the last meal i had there (yesterday) was almost inedible.
the "authentic" Caesar salad was not at all authentic, but instead a drab pile of chopped up lettuce with what tasted like bottled dressing. the halibut was so overcooked i thought i'd choke. the chicken paillard was overly think and, again, overcooked.
i can't comment on the steaks, but i'm staying away from the place for the non-beef meals.
Considering the area - heart of midtown/garment district, it caters for a transient crowd. The menu is safe and reliable and so is the taste of the food and experience of service. Overall it's good but not exciting - you won't be disappointed but you won't be wowed by it either.
Food and service is consistently awesome. Our waiter Eloy is just wonderful and takes special care to make sure we are happy (and our Grandson loves going there )... and we were!! Shrimp cocktail was great with 4 huge shrimp!
NY strips were Delicious and cooked perfectly!
Thanks Joe... can't wait to come back.
We went to Delmonicos considering the excellent menu noted on Open Table only to realize the menu was an abridged version missing many of the items we were considering. After sharing one salad and one glass of wine and two entrees without dessert or coffee we had a 140 bill plus tip to come to 168. Now the steak was excellent as were the scallops. The risotto with the scallops and alacarte mashed with Trademark Ribeye were to die for but hardly a challenging meal to prepare and for the price not worth it. Consider many other options but if you need a great steak for 50 to 60 bucks you cant go wrong with prime aged. Service was mediocre and not very informative nor attentive and ambience was typical steak house dark with boring decor.
Bone in Rib Eye Steak ordered med well arrived med rare very under cooked in several areas, had a great night and wasn’t their fault I didn’t have time to send it back. We will definately be back.
The Staff was very welcoming Andrew environment warm and cozy.
Service was top notch.
Always wanted to try Delmonico's to order one of their name sake steaks. I had no plans for dinner our last night in the city and my wife suggested we give it a try. We understood it was Delmonico's Kitchen, but thought it was going to be the same product. We both ordered the Delmonico steak...first time and all. Unfortunately it came out pretty tough and without much flavor. The waiter noticed we were not really enjoying the experience and wanted us happy. He told us that some times this does happen, rarely, but it can be a cut of steak that just isn't up to their level of being on Par. Although it was eatable he insisted we try something different like the Filet or the NY Strip. We took him up on the offer and ordered one of each. It took a long time to get the new steaks out to the table, but he countered the wait with two glasses of wine on the house and a couple of desserts for the kids to keep them occupied. What came out of the kitchen was two of the best steaks we have ever seen. a buttery New York Strip and the most tender Fillet my wife had ever had. Every kitchen can have an off night, the way the restaurant handled it inspired me to actually write a review. Top notch service from the staff and management team with a brilliant finish in regards to the final product. Thank you again!
We've been to Delmonico's Kitchen a few times for Thanksgiving lunch and it never disappoints. The atmosphere is very inviting and comfortable, and the service is top notch with never a detail overlooked. The food - at least the holiday turkey special - is beautifully prepared and tastes just like mom used to make, (if mom was a chef at a five-star restaurant). Our only minor complaint was that even at midday the lighting was so low it was easy to imagine myself falling asleep after such a large meal. Perhaps some cots?
The atmosphere was very poor. Waiters started clearing tables away around us while we were still eating, clearing the room for another event and the manager didn't know how to use the Open Table voucher.
We were seated next to the waiters station that was noisy and had a waiter standing at the whole time when there were empty tables available elsewhere in the room. Was disappointed.
We were seated unfortunately at a table next to a main walkway between the bar and dining room, so there were many times that we had people standing near our table - so not very relaxing a location, and the dining room noise was deafening at times. My friend's Filet was excellent, however my Delmonico steak had a lot of tough fat in it (not what I would expect with that cut - the marbling/fat should be edible). Asparagus and spinach sides were not appealing - looked like they came out of a "rushed" kitchen, which it was....service was slow, including waiting 15 minutes for our drinks.....would not go back.
Wanted a great meal before a show at MSG and Delmonico's Kitchen delivered. The restaurant is within easy walking distance of MSG and it worked out perfectly. Went with a couple of signature Delmonico steaks and some sides and it was all delicious. The staff was friendly and attentive. It was a little pricey, but what do you expect when you want a great steak in NYC? We would definitely go back again for a special occasion.
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