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About Strand Bistro at Marriott Vacation Club Pulse
Located in The Marriott Vacation Club Resort in the heart of the Garment District, The Strand Bistro serves Seasonal Modern American Cuisine with Latin influence.
With a cozy and inviting lounge, and a fireplace the interior is quirky yet comfortable. There is a place to lounge, place to wine and place to dine.
Special $33/$37 Wine Selection - If you are wondering about the odd pricing, it’s simple… we like our low digit street address 33 west 37
After dinner you can have a cocktail at our relaxing roof top lounge at The Top of the Strand with stunning views of The Empire State Building.
New York, NY 10018
American, Bistro, Latin American
Hours of Operation:
Saturday & Sunday 7am-11am
Monday - Friday 5pm-10pm
Between 5th and 6th avenues (in the heart of the garment district)
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Event space for up to 100 people.
There is free street parking after 7pm on 37th street. There is also a parking garage on 37th street between 5th and 6th avenues.
Stops Subways 34th street and 6th avenue. R, N, Q, W, B, D, F, V.
A, C, and E trains to 34th Street and 8th Avenue
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please call Claudia Durant (Monday to Friday) 9:00-5:00 for inquiries: 646-368-6426
Strand Bistro at Marriott Vacation Club Pulse Ratings and Reviews
When I arrived at Stand Mon night for dinner I had booked through Open Table (I had a printed confirmation) they had NO lnowledge of the booking. I basically had to follow the young woman chatting with customers at the bar (there was no one to greet clients) and tell her I was here for my dinner for two at 7:45. There was nothing on her computer screen, and she just ran off wothout letting me know what was going on. I had eaten here recently with a group of 6, and the food was fabulous. My companion Mon night was disgusted with the lack of service and arrention and insisted we leave.
This was one of the worst dining experiences that I have ever had. There were no lights in our area. We had to use our phones to see our menus. When we asked about the lighting they brought us more candles which didn’t help at all. We had to get up and get our own silverware and salt and pepper because it wasn’t on the table and our server disappeared constantly. Then they ran out of one of the entrees that was on the special menu. The food took forever to come out. We were at the restaurant a little over 3 hours. It was ridiculous. People that had arrived after us had their food and left before we even received our second course. When our main course came out it was dry and all crispy, like it had been sitting out under lights. I couldn’t even eat it but by this time we were just ready to leave. This was supposed to be our special thanksgiving dinner and it was one of the worst dining experiences ever.
We had a lovely Thanksgiving dinner made even more special by the great service we got from Danny. Roast Turkey, great bottle of St. Emilion and divine dessert all made for a fine holiday meal away from home. The setting was very cozy too - seemed like being at home.
A great find in the Marriott Pulse hotel in nyc. We were saying overnight in the city and it was freezing out so we decided to eat at the hotels restaurant. We were happy we did. The food was excellent. My pork tenderloin and my husbands steak were done perfectly and you must try the chefs special appetizer it was awesome.
Nice bar in the bistro and a lively rooftop bar. We will be anxious to come back.
Food was fantastic. My scallops were perfectly done and the risotto was delectable.
Service was attentive but not cloyingly so.
My only complaint was that we would occasionally get a blast of cold air when the front doors were used, so would recommend sitting in the back.
Went here with a group of girls to celebrate my birthday. The food was excellent. Actually everything we ate was delicious! The waiter was very nice and the chef came out to our table twice to speak with us. Aside from his talent, he was very personable as well.
We had the famous short rib arepas, the burratta and wings for appetizers. All fantastic!
For meals we had skirt steak, chimicurri crusted filet mignon (special), their version of chicken cordon blue and fettuccine. Everyone loved their meals. If you're a foodie you will love it here! I Will be back!
For the most part excellent food. The Arepas appetizer are a must have as the chef Beat Bobby Flay with this recipe. My wife's Salmon was excellent. I had Lobster Mac n Cheese which had a bechamel sauce which was a little thin for my liking, but still very good. Coconut Flan for dessert was also excellent. Drinks are also very good.
Visited the Strand Bistro on 10/18.. First time---didn't know what to expect. BUT the service was exceptional--went out of their way to accommodate our every request. Our server was attentive and friendly. Our meal was exceptional..the food was fresh and creative. Everything we had was above average in taste and presentation. Especially liked the scallops with the pumpkin risotto and the mini burger sliders. Would go back and recommend to anyone.
Our food was very good. Service was lacking - most astonishingly when it came time to close our bill. Never have I had such a problem getting a restaurant to take my money. And when they finally did, the bill was incorrect - in my favor! I had to show them the error in order for them to correct it.
While staying at MCV, 4 of us dined here for convenience.
We'd return here even we weren't planning to staying at MCV.
We ordered the chef's speciality the Arepas...OMG!
Our entrees of the scallops, the salmon and the special of the day Filet mignon and all accompaniments were delicious.
The service was charming.
Don't miss this unpretentious gem.
Simply loved the food! Chef Kevin outdid himself. I had the chimichuri Filet Mignon with garlic mash potatoes and veggies. Amazing is an understatement. The service was also good.
On Wednesday they have live music. Great place to have dinner.
Chef Kelvin Fernandez beat Bobby Flay, and his famous arepas are highlighted on the creative menu. We went for NYC restaurant week and loved every course. The velvet chilled corn soup was amazing, and the grilled peach salad was perfect for a warm summer evening. The citrus salmon and crispy stuffed chicken entrees with a myriad of colorful sides, were flavorful and perfectly cooked. We both finished with the caramel dolloped chocolate molten cake, creme anglaise and vanilla bean gelato. Even the coffee stood out as exceptional. The cordial wait staff performed admirably and we anxiously await our next visit.
Haven't been here since it's been redone. New chef and new menu and LOVED it. Started with arepas and they're as good as it's been said. Just not enough of them! Chicken wings were out of this world. My friends shared the branzino and pork tenderloin. Nothing left on either plate. Attentive service without being overbearing. We were there early and it was wonderfully quiet. Will definitely be back!!!!!
Restaurant was really modern and cozy. Waitress was very warm and friendly. Just disappointed when she informed us that there were no arepas (one of the main reasons for going). The food was outstanding, everything had flavor and was absolutely delicious. We also ordered the dessert sampler which was phenomenal.
Had the Chefs Tomahawk Steak Special. Davina was amazing. Drinks were great. And the Chef outdid himself. Very Personable, Charming and came out to make sure we were enjoying everything. The Arepas were the best thing I have tasted in my entire life! We will be back next week!
I had the absolute pleasure to dine here recently after opening just 2 weeks from a makeover. The restaurant is beautiful and very comfortable and inviting. Best part of my experience was executive chef Kelvin Fernandez and his amazing tomahawk special which is worth it and beyond. If you don't know him.... well he's a Food Network Champ -/ beaten Bobby Flay. Service was impeccable, Ana was the waitress and Kelvin came out to serve and meet the table. For $150 we received a 42oz tomahawk steak, truffle Mac & Cheese where he actually shaved fresh black truffle onto the dish and veggies. We also ordered a salad which wasn't needed. Of course there was leftovers to take home. I love it here and can't wait to go back and try other items from the menu. I can't say enough about this place. Topped it off with drinks on the rooftop.
Always a treat to enjoy Chef Kelvin and his amazing menu! He made sure we were perfectly accommodated considering it was a holiday with his delicious signature arepas and perfectly cooked salmon, which were just some of the highlights. Also, a new Happy Hour menu which is too good to pass on is now available. The growth of the chef and the restaurant are becoming clearer as each day passes and I look forward to dining here again.
The restaurant was very nice overall and our meal was great. However, for the first half of the meal, the room behind us was extremely loud with screaming people and music making it near impossible for us to hear each other. They eventually quieted down and left, but until then it was rather annoying.
We had the arrapas appetizer - it was wonderful - there were 3 of us and the appetizer had 3 pieces - it was perfect. One diner had the burger, one the crispy chicken and the other the salmon/arugala salad. We all very much enjoyed our meals. The cabernet was good; however, the $21 price tag was a little bit of a shock for one glass. The service was extraordinary! Would definitely eat there again.
Meh...I have no complaints, but with all of the choices available in NYC, the bar should be set a little higher. If I were a guest at the hotel, and didn't want to venture outside, The Strand would be an acceptable option. But for native NYers like me (or for guests willing to walk a few blocks), there are more exciting options.
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