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Wolfgang's Steak House - Park Avenue
Restaurant at Rose Hill is an upscale casual American restaurant featuring a spin on small plates. Chef Keith Geter's menu emphasizes the importance of creative, market-driven cuisine while utilizing fresh, locally grown products. Our food is highlighted by the venue's rich history bringing old New York to present day with a modern space complete with contemporary artwork and stylish design. The Lounge at Rose Hill is the perfect complement to the restaurant with an elegant and inviting atmosphere featuring an extensive cocktail-driven menu.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday 7am – 1am
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 7am – 2am
Saturday, Sunday Brunch 11am - 4pm
Every Day 7am – 2am
Every Day 3pm - 3am
I went here with my husband and parents and we had a wonderful time. Staff was attentive and helpful with suggestions. The food was delicious and everyone left happy. I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
Great food and the staff was superb - super knowledgeable, helpful snd welcoming.
The food is very good. My only issue was the woman who took our order, left right after and did not put all our items in and neglected to tell us one of the items was not
Avail. The gentleman who took over was very apologetic. Deciding if I will go back.
My experience with this place was one of the best decision I've ever made, the food was so delicious I am still dreaming about it and planning on coming back again for a date night. 😍😍
Poor sound insulation. Dining room is very small so forget about conversing if it’s half full. My friends and I were in a screaming match and still had a hard time hearing one another. Food is great, but like I said, if the dining room is half full then kiss service goodbye. The staff is friendly but unable to manage multiple tables. We waited an hr for our plates to be cleared and they don’t serve dessert.
Restaurant was almost empty in a Saturday night at 7:30. The service was polite but not professional. They just didn't seem to have their act together, not that anything was bad, but sort of haphazard.
The food was very good. It would have been exceptionally better if it was served as it was plated. I presume it sat under a heat lamp for several minutes before t was served.
The service was not good. It was obvious the server was not trained well and lacked basic skills necessary when serving a customer.
Charming small restaurant with mostly very good ample small plates menu. Flatbreads great for sharing.
What a great surprise. This is going to become our new neighborhood favorite.
Unfortunately - I would not recommend this restaurant.
My husband and niece and I wanted to find an interesting new dinner spot in the NOMAD area. We booked at Rose Hill at 6 PM as we all had to catch a train out of NYC later.
The hotel and building seemed beautiful so we were optimistic when we arrived. The art, the decor and the dining room and bar are really pretty and fun.
However, we were the only ones there (early dinner) and they were out of several signature items. That's OK as it is a large extensive menu of "small plates" to chose from.
The small plates arrived in odd batches (we ordered 5 and 2 arrived then 3 and 4 and the fifth plate - we were told they didn't have after we had already eaten half the meal so it wasn't served correctly. Then - one of the dishes didn't mention that it had shrimp in it (an allergen for me!) so I couldn't eat it (it was supposed to be black bass ceviche (no mention of shrimp - which is a fairly common food allergen).
Finally - the taste of the food was bland and uninteresting (Surprising for such an interesting menu), nothing stood out - even their "signature sunflower plate" was basically boring arugula and dressing which was flavorless. So disappointing for a fairly expensive meal ($150.000 for 4 small pates and one glass of wine).
Many past reviews said the service was bad - our waitress was lovely and tried hard - I think the kitchen is where the problem lies - sorry Rose Hill - we won't be back.
Very pleasant experience. It's a little nook, but it has a quiet ambiance and is cozy with tasty food. Very good for a date. Only complaint was they misquoted me the corkage charge at $20 and then billed me $35. Otherwise, excellent.
Everything was great and very accommodating.
As usual, anything Frederick and company does, is well thought out, planned and executed in the ways the provide for sheer enjoyment and delicious dining. It is not my first venture in to Rise and it won’t be my last. Hurry up and check it out. Have enjoyed all three meals and, breakfast delicious, lunch an oasis and dinner sheer enjoyment!
Terrible service. Not clean. Fire Alarm testing went on entire time but staff neglected to mention this upon arrival. Won’t be back.
Stopped here for breakfast after going to the Empire State Building. The food was alright, though the portions were small for the price. Breakfast for two was $58 before tip, and service was incredibly slow despite the fact we were one of two tables. Finally, the music and artwork, which I normally don’t care about, was just strange. I’m sure for NYC it would be considered “artsy” but I didn’t really get the point of black and white photographs of nipples.
Great service, great cocktail, great octopus, so-so salad . Was hoping for more superlative
Waitress, Tammy, Great service and fun!
Bottle of Pignot Grigio was only so-so. This was, I believe, the only type of pignot grigio available.
Specials were great.
What a fabulous small plates restaurant! Great selection and portion sizes. The tuna tartar flatbread and beef carpaccio are outstanding. Excellent date night spot with fine service and warm environment.
I have been for lunch but this was my first time for dinner. There was some sort of party with a table of twenty and they were very loud. The dining room is too small for a table that large for other diners enjoyment. A table that large should be in a separate room or other diners warned when making s reservation.
When to Rose Hill for a special occasion with work colleagues. The food was excellent and the place is really lovely. Would definitely recommend it!
Was at Rose Hill for Thanksgiving dinner and loved the menu. The service could have been a little batter but it was not a great issue. The bar drinks are way too expensive so it might be worthwhile reviewing the pricing
Was there for thanksgiving. It was very good food and cocktails. I have not had the regular menu so cannot comment on food they have regularly.
Lovely surprise. Service was poised, friendly, sincere. Food exceeded expectations. Suckling pig clafoutis? Really! Wonderful sunflower salad. Great tastes, great textures and good portions for sharing. Will definitely come back.
Bonus edgy, gallery quality art collection. A really great find!
Cozy, lovely small little place. Perfect for breakfast or lunch. French toast was incredibly good. Service could improve, I think they were short on staff as they only had one server for the whole place. Overall, worth a visit.
this was one my worst dining experiences in NYC, the service was terrible and the food was not good at all, they got our drink orders wrong, and the service was very bad.
The food is truly fantastic, and so is the service. Depending on the day and the hour, the ambiance can be intimate to very lively and fun, specially on the late side. The clientele is reliably chic, with a more "uptown" feel. A lot of patrons know each other so it might feel like a private club, but because of the table set-up (shared banquets along the walls and close tables) the ambiance is convivial and inclusive. A authentic "chic NYC" experience! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
We had a very large group for a business dinner. The service was impeccable. We got to sample just about the entire menu, and everything was tasty, thoughtfully prepared, and satisfying. The lobster in brown butter, steak tartare, Brussels Sprouts and the ribeye were standouts for me. And I am still thinking about the the key lime tart.
Overall an unsatisfactory experience. Wait staff unfamiliar with menu, many of the seafood items were not available but we were not told until we ordered them. The wrong appetizer was brought out and looked quite unappetizing. Would not recommend this restaurant at all.
This place it's beautiful and the artsy atmosphere enhances its charm. Great cocktails and delicious food.
I loved everything.
A small gem of a restaurant in an off location. The hotel it's in is lovely and includes an intimate bar for drinks before or after. The food is creative and excellent. You can choose a selection of inventive small plates or regular size entrees, My only complaint is that the tables are so close together, it looks like European or farmhouse-style single-table group eating.
Slow service even with only 3 tables. Food ok
Quite new, could be good but very empty and despite that mediocre service. Poor wine list and they didn’t have what was on it. In short nothing special except slightly better than average food.
Cheery staff but not exceptional. In summary a bit bland and forgettable.
Small, cozy, comfortable setting. Service was friendly and attentive. We did a bunch of small plates to share and they were more than enough (did not need an entree). Delicious food; will be back.
Newly opened - this total hotspot is lighting up Murray Hill. The well curated music playlist is just the right volume- loud enough to give a party vibe, low enough so that you are not screaming at each other. The cozy dining room gives off a private club vibe. Love the tapas style plates as we like to order several dishes rather than a larger entree - been back twice in one week and love it more each time! Food is refined and artfully presented and each more delish than the next. Standouts include the sweet pea ravioli and the tuna carpaccio flatbread- divine! Head to the back lounge after dinner for an apertif or for a pre-dinner cocktail on the roof. This is a good place to go after the theater as it attracts a late crowd. Try it now before word it out and you can't get a reservation anymore!
Absolutely amazing food!! The ambiance was also very trendy unique.
From service to food to ambiance, to comfort.. choices... just absolutely lovely. Definitely one of my new favorite quiet spots to go to lately!
Food was delicious. Small plates but filling. Roof had a private party so we couldn't have dinner there as planned. Great cocktails.
Complete abysmal service on the rooftop for brunch. Everything from ordering, food and drinks, and check were poor.
Worst dining experience I've ever had. Do not recommend
We enjoyed being able to sit on the roof and enjoy the nice weather and view. The main restaurant on the ground floor looks very charming and cozy, would definitely like to go back when the weather is cooler. The service was good and it wasn't too crowded. Nice variety of food options for friends who are picky eaters.