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About Gabriel's Bar & Restaurant
Gabriel’s Bar & Restaurant is an owner operated Italian restaurant in NYC, conveniently located near Lincoln Center. We have served as a hotspot since December 30,1991 for some of the most powerful, influential people, ranging from the celebrities we all know and love to important politicians and business leaders.
We utilize only the freshest, finest ingredients to create each of our delectable dishes. We offer a vast selection of lunch and dinner options that are sure to please even the most discerning of palates. We also have an award-winning wine list, full bar selection, and delectable desserts to provide the perfect complement to your meal.
New York, NY 10023
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm-12:00am; Closed Sundays
Between Broadway and Columbus
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Yes, from 25 to 220 we can do it.
train A,C,B,D,1 to Columbus circle also called 59th street.Please take the second car and get out onto 60th street we are between Broadway and Columbus Avenue.
Private Party Facilities:
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate outing, Gabriel's Bar and Restaurant can accommodate all your special event needs.
Private Party Contact:
Private Event Coordinator: (855) 399-5002
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Great private Room for 15 to 36 Guest's we have server over 4,000 private parties
since we have opened
Gabriel's Bar & Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We always enjoy our meal at this restaurant. The service is impeccable. There is always someone there to make sure you have everything you need without feeling as if you are constantly being interrupted. For me service and food quality is very important. Excellent location for Lincoln Center Jazz or for the Opera at Lincoln center. I don't feel it is too expensive for the experience. It is good value for the service and the quality of the food. There are always specials which keep the menu interesting.
Gabriel's had an excellent Restaurant Week lunch menu! The homemade burrata mozzarella was SO creamy! My beef short ribs were succulent and perfectly-spiced, and their famous rice pudding was rich and choc vull of vanilla flavor. I had a nice glass of prosecco. Everything was cooked to perfection and well-proportioned. The wait staff was impeccable!!! And so friendly without being overbearing.
Was amazing- we had the restaurant week menu..had the mussels, short ribs, and rice pudding..a deal and amazing. We go regularly- this makes us want to go more!! Slam dunk win for food and service..and Gabriel is just too nice. Oh..and that olive oil!! To die for!! Go!!
Gabriel's is a neighborhood gem, in Open Table's phrase, with exceptionally good Italian food. My friend and I met to talk, and far too uncommon in Manhattan restaurants, we actually could talk, even though the restaurant was nearly full. I had the beet salad and then the ravioli filled with butternut squash, which was the Platonic ideal of ravioli-filled-with-butternut-squash. My friend had a caesar salad and then mussels. We each loved our dishes. If the butternut squash ravioli weren't so good, I'd branch out in my dinner choices, but when you find perfection, you stick with it.
The food was good but very small portions. The service was mediocre and with some attitude. The guy running the pepper grinder was not happy to grind. The bread crust was very hard. Beers were $10 each RIP OFF. I would not recommend this restaurant. Ruth's Chris or Tavern on the Green are much better in both experience and value.
We did meet at Gabriel's for restaurant week. I y ought the selections were imaginative. Although we did tell them that we didn't have concert or show plans, I felt the staff was overly efficient, asking if we were done multiple times before we were and though there wasn't a wait for our table I did feel like we were a bit rushed. The food, wine and ambiance was lovely.
Always a favorite of mine, I had not been to Gabriel's for quite a while. So great to be back! A group of us with January Birthdays gathered for a joint celebration and the whole evening was a blast. Edison, our server, was exceptional - full of fun and great suggestions and always at the ready with just the right amount of pampering. When I made the reservation, I told Gabriel's that all five of us were having birthdays. They suggested a dessert surprise and asked me for every guest's identity. As the meal concluded, each of us was presented with a different customized confection - suitable for sharing - and decorated with celebratory candles and our names spelled out in frosting. Plus complimentary flutes of champagne. Truly a special evening. Thank You Gabriel's!!!!
It was clean. It was in a good spot, close to subway. It was in a great neighborhood. The food was good. The service was odd - a waiter that came up and just started talking about the menu but without pleasantries. The place was not packed but they came to pick up the check twice and we weren't ready yet - we were taking up a table for 80 minutes max from start to finish. The shining spot was the young man who greeted us , I think Gabriel, was the most personable of all. Pricey for lunch.
I have enjoyed Gabriels MANY times before going to Lincoln Center or Dizzys . What I enjoyed was really quite good ( not great) but good food and a fantastic bartender and great ambience plus close to where I attend concerts.....but this time I tried the restaurant week menu. We were seated 7:30 and told our server we needed to leave for a concert at 8:20 .....our appetizers which were MINUTE salads on a plate about the size of a tea saucer arrived in about 10 minutes then we waited 23 minutes for our main courses.. the chicken dish passable if you like a ton of salt only- my fish was delicious but the piece was about 2x21/2 inches!!!!! I am not exaggerating! That is ridiculous to serve aomeone for dinner and 23 min is too long to wait between an app and a main dish if you aren’t drinking and having a leisurely dinner which we made clear we were not.
We ate quickly ....after all a 1/3rd size serving of a piece of fish does not take long to eat and the chicken was too salty to eat much of....our waiter no where to be found and it was now 8:20 I asked another waiter for our check got it right away and at 8:25 our waiter arrives with dessert and takes the check - of course we had no time to eat dessert......so disappointing. I will probably go back due to venue and location but feel a “shame on you” for the ridiculous restaurant week servings and poor poor service
Friendly professional service at bar & in dining room. Very nice menu. We only had pasta - which was delicious -& bottle of wine, so did not sample the entrees that all sounded delicious. Thought the price was rather high for what we ordered, but the quality was very good.
Gabriel's is dependably good, courteous and friendly. In an area of excellent restaurants, Gabriel's offers reliable service and predictable dishes but its menu doesn't offer particularly memorable dishes. Its great asset is its lively, energetic atmosphere (when I've been there anyway).
I usually stop off at Gabriel's alone and sit at the bar. There usually is an interesting conversation or two going on that is often easy to join in. Scott the bartender is great and remembers your drink if you come in more than a couple of times. Their risotto al giorno is cooked the right way - to order - and is fantastic. One of my favorite spots in Manhattan.
Always a pleasure. Particularly like lunch before major holiday weekends when it is quieter. Mention to someone that you have been to Gabriel’s and the response almost always is “oh, I really like Gabriel’s.” Enjoyed chopped red endive with Gorgonzola dressing; carrot soup, special fish of the day with wonderful spinach and garlic, blood orange sorbet, Ridge Lytton Springs Zinfandel. Happy 2018 to excellent staff.
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