Delmonico's event spaces can host 5 to 500 and offer many options to dazzle your guests. Our newly redesigned private dining spaces make us the quintessential New York venue for corporate and social entertaining. An ideal space for all events, from wedding rehearsals and receptions to holidays.View Private Dining Details
Great food and great servixe
Excellent experience! Our meal was terriffic! Looking forward to another visit!
Beautiful restaurant . Top of the line food and service . Love the old world charm.
Only disappointing factor was the dress of other diners. I truly think jeans in a restaurant such as Del Monico's was very inappropriate . It is a class-act restaurant. Sad to say most of the customers were not a class-act.
Classic. Institution for steak-lovers. Not inexpensive, but portions are generous & I’ve NEVER had a bad meal here. Everything’s made to order, so joyfully spend on cocktails w/conversation whist you wait.
Had a wonderful birthday meal. Everything was as advertised. Really enjoyed our food and experience.
Outstanding!!! We arrived for 8.15 and it was busy with a good level of noise and action. Come 9.30 it had died down considerably..
Staff were top topnotch and food was great.. Big lumps of meat cook perfectly..
Great food. Great experience
I can see why this place has been around for 180 years! The steak was perfect all the way through and the char was splendid! The king crab mac n cheese was amazing and the creaminess complimented the steak perfectly!
Just as I remembered it from 30 years ago. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
This place is awesome. Great food and service. Get the pasta as an app you won’t be disappointed. A+ all around.
This was the finest steakhouse experience of my life. My girlfriend and I came here for Valentine's Day and were impressed with the experience at every level. We requested a quiet/private table and were seated in a special room. It was very intimate and the food was outstanding. I will definitely be back for another occasion if my wallet allows me...
It was the second time that I had met a friend there. We returned because our first experience was perfect. This time all was amiss. The waiter did not tend to basics and hovered doing nothing. We felt unwanted which was confirmed when I asked for cheese as a dessert and the waiter rudely waved me off. I live in California and look forward to returning to my former residence, especially as the food in so many restaurants is unparalleled. This was absurdly poor.
Solid but unexciting steakhouse. Relies heavily on name recognition and history, but at least provides a decent meal. Cocktails are underwhelming. If you're looking for the best steak in a historic setting, check Keen's or Peter Luger.
This was my first time at the oldest restaurant in NYC, and in no way did it disappoint. The food was luxurious; the atmosphere friendly, and the service impeccable. We three each had different items, and so we could taste a variety. The lobster bisque was lovely, and the scallops appetizer succulent. We had two different steaks and lobster newberg, all of which were delicious. Dessert was cheesecake (light and airy), chocolate mousse cake (rich and dense), and Baked Alaska: gorgeous!
Went for NY Restaurant Week, and had a wonderful experience! The staff was accommodating, courteous, and knowledgeable about menu items. The food was well prepared and plated beautifully. This was the first time here, and I'm anticipating returning soon.
Our waiter was great. So attentive and personable! We will definitely be back!
Classic dishes ordered at the classic restaurant where they originated made for a fun evening and excellent meal. The atmosphere is classic and timeless, with wood paneling, wall decor, chandeliers, tablecloths and candles on tables. Service was NY-minute efficient, friendly, and professional. We ordered Delmonico steak rare...perfect, Lobster Newburgh...classic, Baked Alaska..scrumptious. Wine was surprisingly nicely priced. Overall a satisfying, classic meal done right.
My boyfriend and I went for restaurant week and it was lovely! For the value of the meal, the portions were smaller than what I would imagine they normally are but it was worth paying for the meal at a fraction of the price. Our server was very attentive and we were placed in a separate room so our date was much more intimate. I also made our reservation on the OpenTable app and checked off that it was my birthday and my dessert came with a candle! They really went above and beyond with the service.
Everything was delicious and the service was fantastic.
The food was perfection, and a great value on the Restaurant Week lunch menu.
But was disappointed and frustrated that the service was not nearly as top-notch. Both our waiter and busboy failed to bring ice for my water as requested, until reminded, and -- perhaps due to a shift change mid-afternoon -- we had to wait nearly 20 minutes for our check.
I continue to be impressed by Delmonico's. The food is excellent, the staff are helpful, and the atmosphere is historic elegance without pretense. I look forward to returning.
Yes, come for the steak. But for dessert, try the creme brulee, it will blow your mind.
The drinks and food was good.The service was terrible. We had to ask for bread plates, they had no been placed on the table. We had to ask for napkins, they had not been placed on the table. The menu was not properly explained to us. We had been looking forward to this meal. We were disappointed.
This was a Restaurant Week lunch. I was disappointed at the dining area decor. I had pictured something more plush. The food was filling but ordinary. One of the best things about Restaurant Week is how the chef plans the menu to fit the cost. The starters of risotto with seafood, and the lobster bisque were good. Short ribs for the entree was tasty. Desserts of baked Alaska ( $8 supplement) , and a chocolate mousse were good. This was my first baked Alaska. I found it too sweet but have nothing to compare it against. The meal overall was good but not memorable.
My wife and I went for Winter Restaurant Week. We ended up getting the petit filet mignon and the lobster Newberg for our entrees. The filet mignon was one of the best steaks I've ever had: well-cooked on the outside, pink/red on the inside with spectacular flavor. Not a single part of it was tough or difficult to eat. The lobster Newberg was succulent and rich. Truly a unique experience, and fun to order it where it was first created. Our waiter was professional and knowledgeable, while the rest of the staff were polite and attentive. Not much else to say- a wonderful experience overall!
Hostess wasn’t friendly. The food was good, and waiters were good. The night ended terrible, since my expensive peacoat was damaged at the coat check.
Delmonicos is a great slice of old new york... a genuine piece of the city's history. Everyone should try the baked alaska!
Amazing food but disappointed by the wait staff. Genuinely felt as if we were treated second rate because we were a younger crowd.