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About Maloney & Porcelli
Maloney & Porcelli is a clubby new American restaurant that draws inspiration from a simpler time when three martini lunches were alive and well, steak was for dinner, and servers anticipated guests’ every need, even completing dishes tableside. Begin meals at Maloney & Porcelli with a selection of shellfish, salads or favorites such as Scallops, Peekytoe Crabcake, or Steak Carpaccio that is finished tableside. For the main course, there is a choice of steaks and shanks, including the famed Crackling Pork Shank with Firecracker Applesauce, lobsters and composed options such as Chicken Under a Brick, Pan-Seared Atlantic Salmon, or Sunday Lasagna. An array of inventive sides complete the meal, like Gruyere Soufflé, Fried Herb Tater Tots, Hash Browns. The desserts inspire nostalgia with an individual red velvet cake served, Sunday Jubilee, and a selection of house-made sorbets, sherbets and ice creams.
New York, NY 10022
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday Lunch: 11:45am to 3:30pm Dinner: 3:30pm to 11:00pm Dinner: 4:30pm to 11:30pm Dinner: 4:30pm to 10:00pm
Between Park and Madison
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
6 train, 51st Street station.
D & F Trains, Rockefeller Center Station.
Banquet, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
Special Events & Promotions:
The time honored tradition of the beefsteak & wine feast has returned to the newly re-launched Maloney & Porcelli. Executive Chef James Jermyn have created a smorgasbord of house specialties & off the menu items that captures the celebratory spirit of a time gone by.
Saturday Evenings Beginning at 7pm
$85 Per Person (Exclusive of Tax and Gratuity)
We ask that the Whole Table Participates
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Maloney & Porcelli is a clubby new American restaurant that draws inspiration from a simpler time when three martini lunches were alive and well, steak was for dinner, and servers anticipated guests’ every need, even completing dishes tableside.
Maloney & Porcelli Ratings and Reviews
We have been here many times over the last 15 years. It's always on our "must visit", list when we come to NYC.
This time was disappointing, so we might take a break and try another steak house. My steak was cold and the noise level almost intolerable. Maybe because we sat upstairs???
Me & my partner visited Maloney's on our second night in New York after it was recommended by a friend. The wait staff where very pleasant and attentive and couldn't do enough for you, the wine deal was brilliant bottomless prosecco and red wine and the food was delicious, I would definitely visit again if I'm ever in New York. I was also provided a complimentary chocolate cake due to me being in New York for my 30th Birthday celebrations which is always a bonus.
We went during restaurant week and the food was very good. We had the shrimp,cocktail and the short ribs BBQ ribs which were delicious. Entrees we had were the scallops and the pork loin chop, both good but loved the pork. Dessert was coconut cake which was good too.
I really wanted to love my meal. Restaurant week and portions were big. The waitress was very good. Chef came over to chat which was very nice. My issue? My scallops were almost raw. Hate sending back cause they always return over cooked. My friends steak was raw but she said was cooked well. I brought home leftovers and recooked both and I know what I'm doing. Both proteins were heated for awhile and STILL were not overdone.
Also felt desserts just missed being good.
Would I return? Probably not but sometimes they don't try as hard with the restaurant week menu. Which we had to ask for.
It was the worst deal for the restaurant week. The meatball appetizer was so dry and awful, the main course scallops are also overlooked and the worst scallops I ever had in my life. The pork chop was also dried and not tasty at all. How can they expect people to come back, if they can't serve decent good for restaurant week? I don't want to go back there ever again. The runner was the only one person nice to make up this place. But the host to our waiter were not pleasant to celebrate my birthday. I reserved for my birthday and not once they wished my birthday. I don't recommend this place for anyone for special occasions!!!!!!!
M&P is an excellent meat and fish restaurant. My friends' pork shank with sauerkraut and jalapeno (which they shared) was crispy and juicy at the same time, and my whole baked branzino was delicious. Oysters were fresh and briny. The service was attentive and kept us on schedule. Cocktails were perfectly made and generous. Wine list is extensive, but expensive.
Went for Restaurant Week. Appetizer and entree were very good but the desserts seemed off. The sauce for the icebox cake tasted a little burnt and the vanilla panna cotta didn't taste anything like vanilla and was sour. The orange sherbet was the best part. Service was polite and friendly. Also the stairs down to the basement smells musty and moldy. The ambience of the main dining room is nice.
I was here recently with a friend and we ordered off of the Restaurant Week menu. A little disappointing that there was no steak option on the menu, but we knew this going in and naturally could have ordered steak if we really wanted. Appreciated that they offered a selection of wines as a $10 supplement to the RW menu. I enjoyed the ambience. Typical steakhouse but felt neither too dated nor too much of a men's club. Service was spectacular. Servers were extremely friendly and accommodating. The food, though, was just okay. I had the chicken, which was extremely saucy. My friend's prime rib plate looked straight out of an 80s wedding. The ribs appetizer was not especially memorable. The heirloom tomato and peach salad was nice, but nothing special. I would go back for the ambience and service (and maybe to have a drink at the bar) if I was in the neighborhood but not for the food. Oh, and the chocolate cake ice box cake was inedible. The coconut cake was tasty but, again, not memorable.
9:15 on a Friday night three of us had a reservation, were seated right away although the place was hopping. Team table service - we had two servers - was very well coordinated and attentive - as good as I've had. Menu options were not extensive, but the plates I saw go by were impressive. The roast pork shank looked distinctly like the schweinehaxen I loved in Germany. As it was late, we ordered a half-dozen appetizers, including four enormous shrimp (they should be at $6 each), tomatoes and Vidalia onions (three slices of tomato and a bunch of chopped onion), an average tuna tartar, and the burrata. All were good, but the portions were underwhelming even for appetizers. However, the entres I saw go by were not. The steaks were large and smelled fabulous. The Wine Dinner, which included any app, any entre, and any desert, along with unlimited glasses of four different wines, for $85 was a bargain and would have been my choice had it not been so late. Worth visiting again if we're in the neighborhood.
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