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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.
Gramercy Tavern is a non-tipping restaurant. Hospitality Included.
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
My partner and I couldn’t have been happier if we tried.
From the moment we walked in to the restaurant to the moment we left.
The food was to die for! Right from the first course to the last bite of dessert.
Stafford, Emily & Alvero’s service was truely out of this word.
Their knowledge, helpfulness and sincerity made our experience that extra bit special.
I have a number of food allergies and Stafford ensured that everything I ate was aligned to my requirements without making it seem like it was a hinderance to him.
Alvaro knew an extensive amount about the wine and assisted us to choose a wine that matched our food perfectly!
Emily was very attentive and made sure we were comfortable at all times during our meals.
Amazing food and even better service really make your restaurant an A+.
We would not hesitate to recommend anyone that visits New York to come to Gramercy Tavern!
The service was absolutely outstanding. Of course it is expensive, but one of those restaurants where you really get what you pay for and then some. Really appreciated the tip being included - avoids that awkward moment when splitting a business check. The food was delicious, nice portions - I would not hesitate to return even with so many dining options in NYC.
Overall I had a good time. The service was great, but I didn’t enjoy my meal as much as I thought I would. I started off with the squash salad. It tasted overwhelmingly like citrus(orange flavor). Secondly, I had the Black Bass and it was delightful. I really enjoyed it. I ended with the chocolate custard. It was pretty good.
The food was extraordinary. Thea, our server, our server was delightful and friendly. When we arrived at 6:15, the dining room was quiet and intimate but became louder as the night went on. The ambiance was warm and inviting. We were celebrating our 20th anniversary and the experience was better than expected.
Gramercy Tavern is a must do dining experience. One of USHG’s Crown Jewels expectations were high. Generally they lived up to them. Service was a little slow to start. They took a drink order right away but it took a little to long for our server to get to us with the menus. Once he did though all was well. The pace, after the slow start, was perfect. Service was impeccable.
The food (tasting menu) ranged from excellent to transcendent, save for the dessert, which was just okay. We enjoyed both tasting menus, allowing us to sample twelve different dishes. So glad we did. Chef Anthony’s vegetable tasting menu is not to be missed. He treats vegetables as a star, not as an obligation to fill the needs of vegetarians.
About note on the dessert course. The beet sorbet, served as a prelude to the listed dessert course, was far superior to our two desserts. Mind you, they were quite delicious, but underwhelming when compared to all of the other amazing flavors we were served. The beet sorbet and pumpkin spiced truffle saved the dessert course
All in all it was a spectacular dinner and we would, without hesitation, return.
My wife and I were celebrating our 2nd wedding anniversary. We elected to have the tasting menu, and I had the wine pairing. The food was good, but the service was lacking. The paired wine was often poured 15+ minutes before the paired dish. Things completely fell apart with dessert. We waited over an hour for our dessert to show up. When it did (poached pear with ice cream) the pear was cold. And the table directly next to us, received their dessert before we did, even though we had been waiting longer. Disappointing service from a restaurant known as a high-end institution in New York City. We were offered a small discount on our check, but for a $470+ meal, I expected much better.
Gramercy Tavern was wonderful. My husband and I went there the day after my 50th birthday, we are from Northern California but love to celebrate our big milestones in NYC, and this was our first time at this restaurant. We got the prix fixe and every dish was incredible. I loved the elegant waitstaff and how discreet and non-overbearing they were, I loved the setting, and we thought each and every one of our dishes was spectacular--I had the squash salad, which was really a lobster salad with shaved brussels sprouts and a squash-based sauce, and it was heavenly, and my husband had the cavatelli which had the most amazing bolognese sauce either of us had ever tasted. And our main courses were incredible, too. Would return in a heartbeat, if we didn't live on the West Coast.
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