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About The Lexington Club formerly Arlington Club
The Lexington Club formerly Arlington Club is a bi-level classic steakhouse located at 1032 Lexington Avenue between 73rd and 74th Streets in the Upper East Side neighborhood. This space was formerly the home of the Lenox Hill Republican Club in the 1920s, an ice-skating rink called Ice Studio from the 1970s to 90s.
New York, NY 10021
Steakhouse, Sushi, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm,
Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm,
73 and 74
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Our full menu will be available for offsite catering.
Street Parking: 1 hour metered parking from 10am - 7pm. Free street parking available after 7pm from Mon - Sat; all day Sunday.
Parking garage located on 73rd Street between 3rd Ave & Lexington Ave; closer to 3rd Avenue.
M102 & M103 Bus stops directly in front of Restaurant.
Closest train is the 6 train (green line) at 77th Street Station
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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The Lexington Club by critically acclaimed Chef/partner Laurent Tourondel and TAO Group marries classic French technique with the authentically American concept of steakhouse and vibe dining. The magnificent Beaux-Arts inspired space is reminiscent of the grandeur of old Penn Station.
The Lexington Club formerly Arlington Club Ratings and Reviews
Been here 3 times in past few months. Great food. Great service. So nice to be in any space in NYC where the ceilings are 10-25 feet high. Have ordered a bunch of salads, apps and steaks and everything has been amazing. Want to become “regulars” here. I guess I just gotta keep going.
We stumbled upon Lexington Club on a recent trip to Manhattan. We were initially drawn to the restaurant for its decor/vibe for a special date night. Upon being seated in Henry's section, we were immediately impressed by his professionalism, knowledge of the menu and friendly disposition. The food was fantastic; we ordered the frito misto, filet mignon, smashed potatos, brussel sprouts and creme brule. We definitely have this on our list for future visits to the city and highly recommend Lexington Club to others! Ask for Henry - you won't be disappointed.
I have dined here before and had a better experience than tonight. Not sure if the management has changed but the restaurant seems to be working out kinks -- or perhaps I caught them on a challenging day. The service was spotty which, at their price point, I wouldn't expect. Ours was an early reservation and the restaurant was not crowded; it felt like the waitstaff was down a person and the others were stretched. The Maitre D' was very attentive to a very attractive woman but not so much to others... which didn't go unnoticed. It took a little longer than usual to get wine etc. Overall, the food was good (just the Dover Sole was not, at all), and the bus boys were lovely and willing to bring extra of the fabulous popovers. I would certainly go back and give it another try.
I have gone here many times when in NYC, but this was the first time I was not happy.
I took a friend for his birthday. They seated us right in front of the door and so every time
the door opened it was freezing. We kept our coats on. Finally the hostess came over and
said we have a booth (which was vacant from the time we walked in). She appears to be
overwhelmed for some reason.
My impression was that it is under new management. However the waiter was excellent
and it was evident that he was trying to make up for the rudeness of the hostess.
Did not know Arlington Club existed, before my meal there, do now and would recommend to any all. Phil was our server and he was great. He is authentic New York, so if you are from out of town and want to meet New Yorkers, Phil is your guy! Food, drink and overall service was outstanding as well! I will be back!
Myself and my partner visited while staying in New York, we live in London and often dine out. We walked by one day and saw the restaurant, then decided to book. We loved it, the food was second to none, the service was brilliant, the owner was there and came to introduce himself which was a nice touch. I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a nice meal out, the steak was amazing, and the mac & cheese side was the best I have ever had.
Noise level overbearing, service lacking warmth, wine prices 50% too high. Ordered tomahawk for 2 + porterhouse for 2 (total cost $ 285.00) the meat arrived cold, was sent back to reheat after 10-min but came back well done and dry tasteless instead of medium well originally ordered. Pointed out to the owner who could not care less. So we ended up giving our porterhouse to our kids dog. The cream spinach tasted like baby food.
Would never give this establishment a second chance. We’re Peter Lugers aficionados so we know Quality not theatrics
I’ve been here a few times. I like it so much that I often dine alone. The staff is always friendly. & lately they seat me at the same table. Makes me feel special 🤗
One day I saw a post on their Instagram page & all day I had a taste for what I saw. So I had to go. And yup!! It hit the spot !! The awesome thing was, even though it was a Friday night they still got me a table.
Had high expectations. They were not realized.
There are lots of steakhouses in the City and all charge high prices. But for those high prices, I expect outstanding food and service. Here, the food was average. Steaks and sides are nothing special. That's the problem with this restaurant: there is no value. Its ambiance isn't special. Its food isn't special. Its prices are expensive. And the service is ok.
Will not be coming back.
service and greeting were very good. Food was Ok but definitely not worth the price. I frequent most of the steak houses in NYC and this was my least favorite. Rib Eye was the best of the steaks served to the table. The porterhouse was not very flavorful nor was it very tender.The temperatures were perfect.
I was disappointed in the octopus appetizer.Very tough! Shrimp cocktail was very good.
The four of us had 2 bottles of wine at $120 per bottle. With tip it cost $200 per person. I feel that the meal was overly pricey for the quality
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