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About Park Avenue Winter
Restaurateur Michael Stillman is proud to announce the re-opening of Park Avenue Winter (Summer, Autumn, Spring), the New American restaurant that enjoyed a 22-year run on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. With Park Avenue Winter, Stillman has taken his restaurant downtown to 360 Park Avenue South and has tasked chef Zene Flinn (previously at the original Park Avenue and Jean-Georges’ Nougatine) with reinterpreting Park Avenue favorites in its new home.
New York, NY 10010
American, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Thursday: 11:30am - 10:00pm
Friday 11:30am - 11:00pm
Saturday Brunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday Dinner: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday Dinner: 5:30pm-9pm
East 26th Street
$31 to $50
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6 at 23rd Street or 28th Street
N, R at 23rd Street
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Park Avenue Winter Ratings and Reviews
First time for brunch, table was ready on time, selection for the prix fixe brunch was excellent, service was excellent and the food was spectacular. Loved the place, only thing was drinks were a little pricy for brunch. Otherwise I will be going back soon!
DANGER!! If they have events going on, the kitchen can not handle the volume. We waited 45 minuets between each course and we were there for a Birthday. The event room's music was so loud they offered to move us to another dining room. Overall a major fail. In their defense they tried to make it right by offering a free dessert....really? Oh, and one of our entree's needed to be sent back to the kitchen, in the rush to get it out it was dangerously undercooked. So many better options in our great city, such a shame.
We've been to Park Avenue twice now. Both times our experience was outstanding. The restaurant is beautiful, the service is impeccable and the food will please even the most critical foodie. They know how to treat their diners. We will continue to go back every chance we get.
Park Avenue Winter is in a beautiful space with lovely ambiance- just wished the food was better. We got the prix fixe lunch special and overall felt the food was very average. The salmon benedict was so salty/barely edible and the rest of the food was just ok. Servers/Hostess could be a bit friendlier too.
Well to start, what restaurant places a table right next to a server bar? Yes, we probably could have asked for a different table but we took it. Listening to the bar tender shake his drinks was like listening to jingle bells all night long!! As this was during the holiday week. We were told it wouldn't be used much, but enough to be annoying! The food was good, not worth the prices... very expensive for presentations that were ok. Someone had salmon in our group that was somewhat fishy, not good.... I had the lamb chops that was nice size (A for that) and somewhat fatty, at 52$ no fat please or at least trim it. The Burrata was excellent as was the raviolis. Go at your own risk. Don't sit next to the bar server!!
We were very well take care of upon our arrival and all during our dinner. Staff was attentive and offered excellent recommendations. Drinks were we very well made and enjoyable
Food was very good but not Special. We had the Crab Legs with Risotto and Crab legs were bland with little support from the Risotto.
Overall very enjoyable, but the food was not something to make a special trip for
We were seated at opening at 5:30, so the noise level was fine. A round table for six and we could all hear each other perfectly. The decor, service and food were perfect. A great holiday, family dinner before a Broadway show. All were attentive to our timing and food needs. Worth every penny!
WINTER. Terrific dining experience. Great menu with a variety of choices for apps and dinner. Amuse Bouche truffle croquettes. Pumpkin bread tasty. Our starters were exceptional including pumpkin ravioli, burrata and ‘crab cake’. Dinners were bronzino ( crispy, cooked to perfection), king salmon ( delicate, crispy skin), king crab risotto (creamy and delicious), chicken (tender, unique blend of flavors). Everything presented thoughtfully. Sides - latkes and Brussel sprouts. Nice dessert choices. Service was excellent. Great wine list but I collect wine and brought 2 bottles for $30 corkage each. Very fair price with nice glasses for wine. Can’t wait to return again this season!
I was there for Christmas dinner....It started out poorly, being taken to our table (of course we had a reservation) that wasn’t ready. We had to stand around waiting for it to be set. The hostess was very apologetic. We get our water filled and the waiter comes over to take our order....the whole order...including drinks and dinner. Our appetizers arrived, and we had no drinks and our water was empty...very frustrating. However, after this everything improved. The food was outstanding, the portions generous and the service became much more attentive. The setting was beautiful, I believe that they have a terrific concept and although the execution started out a little rusty, this is a place that I would gladly return to
My wife and I had a great time. The appetizers we had were out of this world. I started with the Hamachi, my wife had the soup with an out of this world Lobster croutons. I then had the beef tartare which I loved and we had the ravioli which my wife enjoyed the most out of the whole meal.
The service was ok but it could have been better.
Park Avenue Seasons has a great executive chef and I am pretty sure that Chef Craig Koketsu ,or any other chefs, would be infuriated to have a guest's main course dropped while the guest is not seated. I came back to my table and my lamb chops were cold!
That will not stop me from going back to P.A.S.
As a person that has worked in many restaurants, I must say that Chef Koketsu is an amazing chef. Captains should know when to push a table and when to let the guest enjoy themselves.I am sad that my lamb chops were cold.
This was our 3rd visit to the restaurant; having enjoyed summer, autumn and now winter. The hand crafted cocktails are always well made. The kids loved the Chocolate Box...again, but I had to try the sticky figgy pudding. If I had known it was this good I would have tried it sooner.
I have been to Park Avenue Autumn and had a very good experience. Not this time. It was so loud you couldn't hear the person sitting next to you. Food was okay but the service was terrible. My sister-in-law asked for milk for her coffee and was told "it's on the other side of the table." The waiter didn't offer to bring another one, nor did he even try to retrieve it for her. Really bush league move. We won't be going back.
We were a party of four dining prime-time on a Thursday night. Park Avenue Winter was busy but far from filled to capacity. The food here was lovely (as it has always been regardless of the season), but the service was not nearly as good as it should have been. For starters, it was difficult to get the attention of the bartender to order a drink, even though the bar was not crowded. The server who took our drink order at the table got the order wrong. Another server, who took our food order, delivered one wrong entree (which we accepted rather than wait for the right dish) and forgot about a side order (which at least wasn't on the bill). These things can happen in the best of restaurants, and we still enjoyed our meal, but when so many slip-ups happen to the same party in one night, I have to assume it's not a coincidence.
We went to Park Avenue Winter as part of our Holiday visit in NYC. The restaurant was fabulous! From the decor to the menu, we loved it! The creme brulee has to be the best we've ever had. We look forward to visiting again during the different seasons to see how the space is transformed. Highly recommend!
Was looking for some top-notch food for a birthday dinner and this place turned out to be perfect. The wait staff are superb, like at all the Quality Brands locations I've tried: Quality Meats, Quality Italian + Smith & Wollensky and Maloney & Porcelli. The food was superb and perfectly satifying, with a buzzy, upscale crowd. I had the burrata (one of the best i've tried, with perfect olive oil on the arugula) and partner had the steak tartare--exceptional, crowd-pleasing flavor.
Stylish restaurant with some initial delay at the bar (another bartender would help) but otherwise superb. The setting is lovely and changes four times a year to correspond with the season. Now, for "Winter", they feature a nice selection of beef, root vegetables, and hearty seafood choices. Our server was top notch, with just the right amount of personality and suggestions, exhibiting menu knowledge and serving skillfulness. One guest asked for gluten-free ideas and got the type of attentiveness that makes one feel special and welcomed. My short ribs were flavorful, suitably lean, and fork cut tender. Can't wait to reprise this meal.
The service was not good. Our waitress immediately asked us what we wanted, told us nothing about the menu, food, specials, etc. There was no guidance from her and she seemed abrupt. They forgot my spoon for my soup and my steak knife for my pork chop. The front room was empty leaving a perception of bad ambience, eventhough the back was more full. The food was good but nothing special and the wine was great but ofcourse it was incredibly expensive.
I enjoy Park Avenue for dinner and decided to try brunch. They have a great pre fixe deal and reasonably priced brunch cocktails, and the food was great. Service was sort of slow and inattentive though (the restaurant was busy but not jammed by any means). Our meal took about 2 hours total, which was fine since we were looking to spend time together, but for instance our food order was taken after maybe 20-30 minutes of sitting at the table, and we were only once offered another drink. Overall I enjoyed brunch and my food (cinnamon rolls, smoked trout johnnycake, and crusted branzino) was terrific.
All agreed the fillet mignon with egg was a delicious comforting brunch choice. The creative Bellinis were imaginative flavor pairings. The dessert choices were scrumptious & a satisfying! They do offer the Park Avenue Bag for dessert—formidable for one, great to share, but please bring back the Park Avenue Bench, we miss it. We always love Park Avenue’s seasonal offerings. After moving from Park Ave, the kitchen has kept up the excellent menus. They have several “dinning rooms” within the restaurant, good for groups. The bar area can get loud as the floor is tile
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