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About North End Grill
Located in the heart of Battery Park City, Danny Meyer's North End Grill showcases Chef Eric Korsh's rustic, elemental French-inspired cooking infused with subtle smoke from the restaurant's wood-burning grills and mesquite charcoal ovens. The menu is complemented by a classic raw bar, house-made charcuterie, and seasonal produce from the restaurant's rooftop farm. North End Grill's wine list features classic and little-known wines, peppered with great value and older vintages. Over 150 bottlings of Scotch are available, by the taste or for the table, to accompany the flavors and aromas of smoke that characterize North End Grill.
Menu pricing is inclusive of all costs associated with food, beverage and hospitality. Tips are neither required nor expected.
New York, NY 10282
Contemporary American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 10:00pm; Friday: 11:30am - 10:30pm; Saturday: 11:00am - 10:30pm; Sunday 11:00am - 8:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Liberty View Parking 200 Murrey Street, New York, NY 10281(212) 842-2305
Cortlandt St (1),
World Trade Center (E),
Chambers St (1, 2, 3),
Fulton Street (4,5)
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
North End Grill’s newly renovated Private Dining Room provides an intimate, unique experience perfect for special occasions with family and friends or hosting a corporate event. Enjoy Chef Eric Korsh's rustic, elemental French-inspired cooking, warm hospitality and our noteworthy scotch list.
North End Grill Ratings and Reviews
I've had two truly memorable dining experiences in my life. The first was in New Hope, PA before 9/11 and the second was tonight in Manhattan where I've lived since 1985. Everything was perfect. The service was the star of the evening. I will never forget the warm vibes from everyone working at this restaurant. The tip is included yet I felt (didn't act on the feeling ) like a tip was warranted, regardless.
I have been to North End Grill many times but this is the first time since Danny Meyers changed over to a "tip included" restaurant. Service at Meyers restaurants has always been good and that has not changed. I found our waiter to be knowledgeable on many cocktails as well as serving methods for them. [sugar around the rim, etc] He was a waiter not a bartender so I was pleasantly surprised.
Cocktails from the menu were great and the other ones we ordered were perfect.
Food is always good. We were a group of 5 women after a Town Hall meeting and sat in the bar side of the restaurant. We shared many plates. Cheeses were delicious. Aparagus tart was very different than what I expected, but nonetheless great. The Chickpea and Goat Cheese Panisse was so good we ordered another. The only dish I did not like were the Wood Grilled Clams. The description would indicated they were cooked but tasting them I realized they were raw clams just thrown on the grill for a second or two.
Overall, I love this place. Always feel comfortable there as well. Cannot wait to try their fixed prix lunch for $32. [gratuity included.]
After showing My in-laws around New York we are here. The food was great. My father in law enjoyed the braznio a lot. But the highlight of the night went to my wife's olive oil ice cream and sweet brioché dessert. Also, the duck was cooked well which is delightful. (often if cooked poorly the duck breast is dry or greasy) Good form!
We've been many times to North End Grill and it is consistently good. During the weekday after work it is a very vibrant bar scene, weekends tend to be quieter and it is always a good spot for a weekend brunch if you need to be downtown. I don't think it is a destination in and of itself but in the area it's a solid spot .
Lack luster food to say the least and HORRIBLE table service. Seems like since it's tip-pooled some waiters pull their weight and some really don't. We were left without service for LONG stretches of time. The seafood was very mediocre and didn't even come with normal sides/sauces/lemons.
The food was very creative, and the presentation was excellent. The portions were tiny, and they weren't super tasty. I had the duck which was literally 4 small pieces of duck breast- I looked under the greens to see if they were hiding more under there. Overall, it just wasn't great for the price. The drink selection was great though, if you live/work in the area, its a great place to have one or two at the bar.
Food was mediocre. Nothing was poorly prepared but nothing sang either. Service wasn't terribly responsive, though not overtly poor. We felt it took quite a while to get our order taken. The oysters weren't particularly good and at a seafood place, shouldn't they be? Overall there was nothing really wrong, but for the price I wouldn't be in a hurry to go back. They do have an impressive wine list with really interesting back vintages.
We had a wonderful celebration dinner, and this was the perfect place for a special event! The food was absolutely delicious and the service was impeccable. The ambiance was ideal for talking and lingering over food and company worth savoring. They even customized the menu with the name of the family member whom we were celebrating. We appreciated all the fine touches that made this a very special meal, thank you!
Unparalleled Wine List. Any wine lover will REJOICE in this wine list. Hard to find and allocated wines abound in every price range. A wine culture exists here. Everyone we spoke with knows and appreciates wine. Truly amazing fresh and farm-y food. Crispy octopus & suckling pig was excellent as was vegetable lasagne, Provençal chicken & Rostisserie Cauliflower particularly recommended.
Everything was excellent.
Food was fantastic -- I had the fluke, boyfriend had chicken. Loved both, especially the stuffing for each of the dishes. Also the chocolate coconut caramel tart was amaaazing (even though we are normally not coconut fans).
Ambiance was nice, and service was prompt and friendly! (Our water cups were always full)
The food was perfectly fine but quite overpriced. The duck-fat fries were a real standout. The steak was OK, though it didn't have much flavor, had no flavoring apart from a broiled pepper, and came to the table pre-cut (am I toddler?). I'm a fan of most of Danny Meyer's restaurants, but this one was an overpriced disappointment.
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