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About Landmarc at the Time Warner Center
Chef Marc Murphy and his wife, Pamela Schein Murphy, bring their downtown neighborhood bistro uptown to the Time Warner Center. Landmarc offers contemporary bistro dishes as well as a famously well-priced wine list.
New York, NY 11102
Contemporary French, American, Italian
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast & Brunch: 8AM-11AM (Monday-Friday)
Breakfast & Brunch: 9AM-4PM Saturday & Sunday
Lunch served Monday-Friday 11AM-4PM
Dinner: Daily: 4PM-11PM
59th Street / Columbus Circle
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
1, A, B, C & D trains to 59th Street/Columbus Circle.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Landmarc (Tribeca) and Landmarc (At the Time Warner Center) are available for private events such as cocktail receptions, dinners, wedding receptions and more. Let’s start planning yours! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
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Landmarc at Time Warner Center offers two impressive event rooms that are ideal for your next private function. The two rooms can be used separately or combined to seamlessly create one fluid space that is perfect for any occasion, corporate and social alike. Venue also available for full buyouts.
Landmarc at the Time Warner Center Ratings and Reviews
Visited after seeing the Downton Abbey exhibit. The service was nice and the view of the park was great. It was MLK Day and for some reason, the place was packed with kids, specifically a lot of infants. I think a lot of mothers in the area use this as a meeting place. Anyhow, the food was pretty good. I had a chicken burger and my friend had a lamb sandwich. We both got mini desserts. The creme brulee was delicious but the blueberry crumble was kind of dry and they were out of vanilla ice cream. The waiter was kind enough to take the crumble off the bill because we didn't eat it. The restaurant is pretty loud. We thought someone was playing the drums in a mall area but we then realized that it was a little kid banging his feet on the bottom on his bench seat -- which i guess is metal or tin of some kind. LOL! Overall, a nice place to grab a quick lunch.
As I am on a diet, I first ordered a salad and requested olive oil and balsamic vinegar. The waiter told us that they did not have balsamic vinegar. I therefore then ordered two poached eggs on one english muffin and some lettuce on the side. Field greens were listed on the menu to accompany the eggs. I was charged $28, the cost of eggs Benedict ($19) and apparently for an additional salad ($10 more) . The waiter was annoyed throughout serving us our brunch. Will not return.
This is the second time I've visited Landmarc at the TWC. Both times were with friends/family and children. The service staff is very well trained - attentive, friendly and relatively prompt. The food was Ok - the children each time scarfed down their pasta dishes, and our guests enjoyed their dishes (filet mignon, roast chicken on polenta). My husband's bucatini dish was somewhat underwhelming, and the chicken I had added to my raddichio salad was very dry; the salad was good though with just enough dressing and variety in texture. Overall, it was a good experience, but not somewhere I'd get a craving for.
Went to Landmarc prior to Jazz at Lincoln Center. Excellent server. Shared Mediterranean Salad (perfect for two) and both of us had skirt steak. Very tasty. Outstanding coffee at end of meal. Atmosphere great. Just enough buzz but not overly loud. Only complaint is that when ready to leave, slow in getting check - seems to be a perennial problem at restaurants. However, enjoyable experience and wouldn't hesitate to return.
I have been to the Landmarc at Columbus Circle previously, but this latest visit was exceptional. The restaurant is located in the Time-Warner building, and we were there for a pre-concert meal for Jazz at Lincoln Center. As expected, the restaurant was crowded, however, the noise level allowed for conversation and the ambiance was pleasant. The food was well prepared and delicious, and service was excellent; including the dinner suggestions by our server, Carl. Two couples each shared their meals: the swordfish special, a pasta bolognese, pei mussels meuniere, and dessert. We don’t often eat there because it is expensive, but this meal was worth the cost.
My only complaint is that my party of 3 arrived separately. They sat me at one table and the other 2 at another table even though both of us checked in under my name. Finally, through texting each other WE realized, not the hostess, that we were all already seated but at separate tables and so I had to move. No apology or recognition of their error by hostess or staff.
Maybe it was the holiday - New Years Day brunch - but food took forever, and when it arrived, it was was cold. Also, restaurant ran out of knives- we shared one knife for our table of four. Waitress was rushing around and harried. Not worth it but might try it again on a more “normal” day.
Nothing special. In the photos of this place, it shows tablecloths. Well, don’t be fooled! There were none. This is a very commercialized, loud and packed with children type of place. Do think you are coming to a nice elegant evening for dinner. Not the case here. The booth we were sat in, was like sitting on a slab of concrete. Really uncomfortable. The only thing great about this was our server. He was fantastic! Sorry, didn’t get his name. The mussels I ordered, some were inedible and tasted really off. The Mac and cheese..... more toast in a frozen stouffers Mac and cheese. Ugh. The skirt steak was tiny. The desserts were very nice. Sorry. Definitely not going back to this very commercial and loud nothing of a place.
This was a special occasion and Landmarc came through! We were given a great booth
with a view of Columbus Circle. Our server was professional and very friendly, as was the host who gave us our wonderful booth. We had theater tickets and and our server got us out exactly on time. The food was great as it always is here. I would imagine that it's hard to keep things running so smoothly at such a big restaurant but Landmarc
always comes through. I love this place!!!
Landmarc is our go-to when it comes to dining with our young son and his cousins when they are in from NJ. We have usually had a stellar experience when dining there from food to service to everything in between. This is the second time I have dined at Landmarc where the service was a bit to be desired. We arrived a bit early but were told we could be seated right away which was a great start. We sat down to look at our menus but had to wait about 10 minutes before we had to flag someone down to fill our water glasses and even place a drink order. The waiter's excuse was that he "did not see us sit down" and mind you were were a group of seven, three of which were children, albeit very well behaved children, but a large group at that. We were ready to order when our water and drinks finally arrived and I am not sure if there were any specials to be announced to us but either way none were mentioned. We ordered and the food came fairly quickly which was good bc we has three hungry kids with us and the food, as usual was stellar. There was a little mishap where ketchup was spilled all over my brother in law's pants when the server came but that was an honest accident and was attended to very well by the bus boy and wait staff. Like I said, this is the second time this has happened to us when we have purposely made an earlier reservation so that we avoid the big crowds that can cause delays such as we experienced. I LOVE that Landmarc is such a kid friend place to have dinner here in the city and I think that this experience will not deter me from booking again but I wanted to be sure that the management is aware of my experience so no other families will be tainted by a similar experience.
I wasn't expecting such a loud, touristy and boisterous crowd. I took my son and husband here to have holiday dinner before going to an evening show. It was my first time...not what I expected but the service was good and our waitress was on the ball. So it turned out to be okay. It's not a swanky place so I would not go here again for upscale dining but I'd visit as a quick bite with a friend.
Terrible Service! would not seat us at the empty tables by the window claimed that other people had made reservations and requested the windows. we were there first and should’ve been given priority regardless of a request some else had made. Customer first always. Especially at a supposed high quality restaurant like Landmarc. we will not be back
We were happy that they could quickly accommodate a party of 10. Unfortunately, they were out of three items we wanted to try. They replaced the salmon with a smaller piece of cod that was too salty and small. The bone marrow was much more “shallow” than I’ve had at other restaurants. The filet was a little dry and they were out of butter sauce, too. The waiter was initially in the weeds, and we did not get our water refilled, but this improved as the evening continued. Overall, the food tasted great. It was fun to be in the City again.
In NYC w/ my wife and 2 young (9 and 6 year old) kids. Good for NYC dining experience yet casual (kid menu, decent food, near Central Park w/ some view of same). Only negative was our waitress seemed uninterested in us and found myself trying too hard to make her happy to be around us when should be vise versa. Good spot as a whole though.
I have been to Landmarc at the TWC numerous times and sadly, it seems that this will be our last visit. First the good points: We were taken on time for our reservation. The hostess was gracious and they instantly moved our table to a window seat so the kids could see all the Christmas lights! Unfortunately our visit went downhill after we were seated. Our server was standoffish. He was annoyed when my friend ordered the salmon option (clearly listed on the menu) and then informed us that the fish was now cod. Baffled that we might need a few more minutes before continuing to order, he impatiently stood next to our table. The children's food came out first (as expected) and my daughter's french fries were tepid at best. Our food followed shortly and while my friend's meal (lamb) was piping hot, my pasta was ridiculously cold. Dessert proved to be the worst part of the evening. The ice cream literally tasted as if it went bad and the brownie was beyond dry and totally burnt. We all started laughing at the absurdity. It would have been nice for someone to come and check to see how we were doing but that was not to be. We had no time to ask for the desserts to be removed from the check as we needed to be on time for the Nutcracker.
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