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About Gramercy Tavern
The Main Dining Room serves a prix-fixe menus for dinner and an a la carte menu for lunch.
Our Tavern serves an a la carte menu and welcomes guests on a walk-in basis.
Our menu pricing is inclusive of all costs associated with food, beverage, and hospitality. Tips are neither required nor expected.
The restaurant features an acclaimed wine list and thoughtfully selected beer and cocktail offerings. One of America’s most beloved restaurants, Gramercy Tavern has welcomed guests for over 23 years to enjoy seasonal American cuisine, warm hospitality and unparalleled service. The restaurant is ranked at the top of Zagat Survey’s Most Popular list and has garnered eight James Beard Awards including Outstanding Restaurant and Best Chef NYC.
Chef Michael Anthony’s seasonal menu consists of elegant dishes with a rustic influence that showcase the restaurant’s relationships with local farms and purveyors.
New York, NY 10003
Hours of Operation:
Gramercy Tavern accepts reservations for the Main Dining Room beginning at 10:00 a.m., 7 days a week, 28 days in advance.
We do not take reservations for our Tavern area.
Main Dining Room:
Lunch daily: 11:30am - 2:00pm serving an a la carte menu
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:45pm, pre-fixe menu
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm pre-fixe menu
Serving an a la carte menu continuously
Sunday - Thursday 11:30am - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 11:30am - midnight
Park Avenue & Broadway
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
4, 5, 6, N, R or L to 14th Street Union Square or 6 to 23rd Street at Park Avenue
Private Party Facilities:
This warm, elegant private space can seat up to 22 guests. The centerpiece of the room is a single stately table crafted by Maine artisan Greg Lipton.
Private Party Contact:
Marci Haas: (888) 652-1910
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Gramercy Tavern Ratings and Reviews
Whilst the Gramercy tavern had a warm and lovely space, was inviting and most of the staff were doting to say the least our waiter was far less than charming, particular rules were imposed - from the menu (left side of, or right side of, those were the options) and my request for water without ice was received with "it's iced water, that's our way".
Our drinks were slow to be offered, slow to arrive or forgotten altogether.
The presentation of the food was pleasing, however, most of the dishes tasted like bubble bath. The epitome of presentation over content.
Gramercy used to be our favorite place, though recently they've taken their eye off the ball a little on the food. It's still good, but nowhere near where it should be for this class of restaurant. Service and ambiance are still tops, though: very relaxed and welcoming.
This was my second visit to Gramercy Tavern. All the reasons that I booked again - after 10 years - were the memory of the smell of open fireplace and south-provencal ambiance. And hallelujah, it worked this time, too. We sere celebrating a great friend´s birthday. And yes, I´ll certainly consider returning next time I am visiting from Norway.
Truly excellent service from the wait staff; however experience was little marred by front counter staff who flatly refused to call us a cab despite the fact that it was pouring outside.
Food-wise, we enjoyed the meal and I was especially pleased to see that they served Quinterreli by the glass.
Ever since the Grammercy Tavern opened in the early '90's it has been one of my top 5 favorite restaurants in NYC. I reside in CT and work in NYC on a weekly basis where I entertain colleagues and friends on a regular basis. As a result, the Grammercy Tavern has become a favorite for those I have had the pleasure of introducing to this culinary gem. The atmosphere is welcoming, the staff is professional, respectful of conversation and knowledgeable when recommending fine wines and culinary offerings. Atmosphere exudes incredible class while not at all pretentious. Perfect venue for a confidential business meeting or romantic dinner - my husband and I have enjoyed both on several occasions. Never a disappointment.
I found the food excellent. My wife is vegeterian and her menu was not "out of the ordinary". One expects to have something "out of the ordinary" at these prices. Also, the airconditioning was producing quite cold atmosphere in the restaurant, which was quite unpleasant during the dinner. We have dined in many restaurants all over the world, also with michelen stars etc. I believe this is an overprized menu, the value for money relation is moderate to poor.
Went for a romantic dinner with my fiancee. The service and ambiance were impeccable. The food was very good but slightly steep at $88 per person. The entrees were delicious but small portions and they don't come with any kinds of sides. For desert, get the warm chocolate bread pudding. AMAZING! (Though their free cherry macaron left something to be desired... rather bland).
I would definitely come back, but perhaps eat in the Tavern area and order a la carte.
The Dining Room at Gramercy Tavern is consistently excellent - seafood dishes are fresh and showcase the natural flavors of the ingredients, meat dishes are rich and complex, and the menus are innovative while offering comfort and sinful deliciousness. We especially enjoy our interaction with the waitstaff there. From door to door, they are knowledgeable (do ask for recommendations), helpful, and read our energy very well. Last night, for example, our wine list came with stories, and our birthday guest received a complimentary and lovingly constructed dessert inscribed with her name and a card with the label from her favorite wine attached inside. We've become regulars, but a visit always feels like a special occasion.
I ordered the summer vegetable tasting. First with a watermelon and blue cheese salad, which was nice and clean and delicious. Next I had some green bean dish with a carrot reduction- nothing to write home about. The best of all 7 courses was the spinach linguine with a corn puree reduction with grape tomatoes for the sauce. Overall the food was fresh, but I felt as though I could have prepared everything (with the exception of the noodles) myself. Perhaps I ordered the wrong dish. Otherwise, the restaurant is beautiful and the ambiance is stunning. I would go back, but I would order something else next time.
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