Tavern62 also offers private and semi-private dining options designed for versatile seating combinations that can accommodate parties from 8 to 100 or up to 250 for a standing reception with a full buyout of the restaurant.View Private Dining Details
Excellent dinner both nights. Food and service were both good.
I like this place and have eaten there several times. That said, I took my partner for a nice dinner and we both got the black pasta w/ seafood. It was so one-note hot—like someone had dumped a lot of cayenne pepper in—that it was pretty inedible and a complete disappointment.
Food was incredible and service started good , but then our server disappeared and one of our desserts
Lived up to all the hype x 1000. Incredible food, to perfection.... Impeccable service. A true 5 star Burke
experience..... Expensive $$ but worth it.
Really really good- try the Bacon Clothesline! We went for a dinner date and it was the perfect amount of energy/noise. Great drinks- the pork shank was awesome too.
Fantastic food, incredible service. My wife and I went to celebrate the Anniversary of our first date. While the may seem strange, we got married on Xmas Eve, so we really have a hard time celebrating it as we're normally too busy wrapping presents - hence why we celebrate the first date.
We were sat at our table and were immediately greeted with 2 flutes of Champagne and wished a Happy Anniversary. This set the tone for our entire visit. We did the 3 course brunch prix fixe for $50 - well worth it in my book. Also got an order of the Candied, Clothesline Bacon (A must!) along with multiple Mimosas. The Pretzel Crusted Crabcake Benedict did not disappoint, but wait - there's more... Order the Baked Alaska, it's incredible to look at as well as eat.
We'll definitely go back and do this again - just not going to wait until next year.
After reading reviews by girlfriend and I were excited to try this place.... unfortunately, the food and service were absolutely horrible. Neither of us would ever go back to Tavern62. It took well over 10 minutes to get menus once seated at the table, my girlfriend ordered the pork as her main and it was literally all fat - so after sending it back and changing to salmon the dish came back very undercooked (asked for medium, definitely got rare). I had the chicken dish and it was nothing special, chicken you could argue was slightly dry and flavors were rather bland with no unique aspects. Overall, save your money and spend it elsewhere, plenty of delicious places in NYC I would rather go.
We went for restaurant week dinner. The best part of the meal, by far, were the appetizers. The lobster dumplings and octopus chorizo skewers were both delicious - wish there had been more than 2 for each! The short rib was largely flavorless and the salmon was a muddled entree that wasn't any better than a home cooked version. The creme brûlée was great but the butterscotch pudding was blah. What really ruined the meal was the horrible service. Way worse than local neighborhood joins where you pay a fraction of the cost. We won't be back!!
Great dining experience. Fantastic food, great service, wonderful experience!
The food was delicious and the service was excellent.