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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 asked for an upstairs table which was quieter; last time the noise was deafening. The signature pork shank was tender, crisp, and huge. The sirloin was great, but I wish they has porterhouse or rib eye (not prime rib, which was tough last time). It was wine week, so the wines were plentiful and mostly excellent. The side of hash browns was rather small. The mushrooms were all right, but I guess I expected a fancier variety than regular button ones. But we enjoyed ourselves very much.
I am very angry as a longtime customer and having hosted larger parties there to have had a very bad experience 2/25 for the wine dinner. Let's just say the management is not the same and it shows. I was hustled into changing the time of my reservation even though on a Saturday night the restaurant was more than half empty when our party of 4 arrived and departed. They ran out of a signature menu item (Coconut cake)in the 8pm hour and although our party of 4 all ordered and paid for the wine dinner and only 2 drank, when one woman asked for a glass of red wine with desert and coffee, we were told that new policy was they stopped pouring during after the main course. Why not mention that earlier or make a value judgment if the wine
The 3-course weekend wine dinner paired with 4 excellent wines was a fantastic way to celebrate my birthday on a group trip post-broadway show. The waiters were friendly, attentive and good-humored. We ordered the caramalized scallops and filet oscar, which were both superb. The creme brule came in six different flavors, which were all to die for. It was served inside six eggshells. The waiters were fun and never let our wine glasses get empty! This was definitely the best birthday dinner I'd ever had and the weekend wine dinner really is the best deal in town. I will definitely be back next time I'm visiting.
Service was horrible on my 2nd visit, I spoke with the manager upon leaving the restaurant and he was less than concerned. Early reservation and barely any patrons, so the service would have been thought friendly and ready to serve. Instead she rolled her eyes when we asked for recommendations, the cuts of steak were completely different despite ordering the same dish for 2 people and she stood chatting with coworkers for 15 minutes at a clip rather than check-in on us or even refill our wine glasses.
This was the third time we dined here, and as always food/steak Porterhouse for 2 was exceptional. Looking forward to going back the next time we are in the city. Planning on bringing my brother and his wife for their aniversary in June. Little pricey but worth the experience. Service was terrific!
We have eaten here many times. Twice now, we have had the same indifferent female server. The minute my husband saw her, he commented on her lack of interest from the previous time. She practices "benign neglect." She smiles at you, but she never comes over, never asks if everything is okay or if you need anything. It is almost like having a "phantom" server.
Drawn in by Restaurant Week to this old favorite. Unfortunately, the special prix-fixe menu for Restaurant Week was hugely disappointing. However, the porterhouse steaks we ordered off the main menu were excellent. Fun mid-town spot to get together after work.
We tried Maloney and Porcelli for Restaurant Week and were very impressed. There were several nice choices each course. We all had the filet mignon as our entrees--portions were generous and the steaks were delicious, cooked just right. We ordered a few sides--roasted asparagus and the house special home fries--both were great and again, generous. Excellent wines were offered at a reasonable price to accompany the special menu. Dessert choices were varied. The house-made sorbets were outstanding. To top it off, the service was exceptional. We will definitely be back!!
Celery root bisque with bacon dumplings was excellent, as was the pear and walnut crisp. The short rib was dry, but partially redeemed by the bed of couscous it was on. My friend's filet was a bit overlooked and under seasoned. The asparagus was also quite tasty, but I would pass on the hash browns. Service was attentive but somewhat forgetful. Overall a good experience.
The decor, ambiance and wait staff were all excellent. I went for restaurant week. The celery root bisque with bacon dumplings was an absolute pleasure for the palate. Unfortunately, my short rib was dry. My friend had the crispy top cod with horseradish potato, which was dry also. I don't know if it was an off night or if they weren't putting their best foot forward for restaurant week, but it was a shame. I doubt I'll return.
The place is lovely and sophisticated w/out being stuffy. The food was very good--I had the pork that, while good, was very fatty-would not order again. My husband had the salmon and thought it was very very good. We split the coconut cake for dessert which was delicious!
My husband and I took advantage of the special $75 wine dinner on a recent Friday night. It was a great value. They really do pour as much wine as you want. We had a prosecco, a chardonnay and 2 cabernets. All yummy. My husband had the filet au poivre and thought it wonderful. I had the rib steak. It was good,too. I just couldn't finish it. The creme brulee dessert was quite something. 6 small servings each in a hollowed out egg shell, all serve in a ceramic "egg carton". Very clever, but also very good! Alfredo the waiter was as fabulous as everyone else on this website has said. Also his side-kick Vinnie and the manager, Andrew (?). Everyone on staff couldn't have been more charming. No NYC attitude at all.
We were on time for our Open Table reservation and instantly seated at a perfect table. M & P is a steakhouse. We both had steak. The rib eye was spectacular. The service was prompt, professional, and friendly. Fine, classic steakhouse decor.
My complaints are with the menu. When I go to a steakhouse I expect all the usual steakhouse dishes and accompaniments.
Naturally, M & P has every right to offer whatever they want. But if they're touted as a steakhouse I want to find some familiar stuff to go with my steak. None of these were available: baked potatoes, onion rings or straws or threads, Bearnaise sauce, cheese cake. No cheese cake in a steakhouse.? That's like a Chinese restaurant with no eggrolls
Finally, sadly, insipid Caesar sal
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