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.View Private Dining Details
Everything would have been perfect but the manager/host wouldn't allow me to sit at two open tables by the bar because it was happy hour and he wanted us to pay full price. Made absolutely no sense!
I wanted to love this restaurant, unfortunately it took over 1 hour and 15 minutes to get our meal (from the time the order was placed), we actually never ended up receiving our meal, we walked out.
went for a steak on valentines day, very good time
Steak is excellent! If you miss going to the Post House you should give this a try. Service was also spot on. A definite keeper if you like classic steakhouse.
I always enjoyed this restaurant when it was called the Arlington Club and the good food and service continues now that it is called the Lexington Club. The food is a bit pricey but portions are ample. (I usually end up taking home 1/2 of my entree.) The only real criticism I have is that it gets so noisy at prime times that it can make conversation difficult. I also wish they would serve lunch as the Arlington Club did.
Good and very noisy
First time here. Service was timely and helpful. Good steak and fish. Outstanding popovers. Reasonable value as well. We left happy.
Unfortunately, the food was meh!
Place has a nice dining room, but I will not be back!
The manager was unprofessional and made us feel uncomfortable while with our client.
Excellent food and service!
Spent the best New Year’s Eve! Jamie took great care of us. Great service and food. Thx Tom!
It was our first time at this restaurant and what a find! The steaks and sides were delicious and the popovers were superb. The service was friendly and wonderful and the owner came over to introduce himself. What a special place!
This place is rebounding under new management. Thought service was very attentive and the owner/maitre D was excellent. Food was cooked perfectly. Very enjoyable. Went with the porter house for 2, which was excellent. Smashed potatoes also a must. Caesar salad good but standard. Previous visits had the Cote De Boef for 2 (i'd skip unless you know you like this cut) and Rib Eye for 1. Venue itself is excellent as usual and maintains classic steakhouse feel with an urban/historic edge to it.
Need to offer smaller cuts of steak (smallest filet was 12 oz), and some less expensive bottles of wine. We had a lovely waiter who suggested sharing different plates that were large, which worked out well.
Good steak house with fair prices. Nice atmosphere and tables not heaped on top of one another.
I had made a reservation for 1 PM but got there early and was told they only open at 1. They would not allow me in at all. Once seated it seemed like they were not ready for customers yet.
The waitress ( who's name was Cat/ Kat?) was a gem! She had explained to my wife and teenage children what was different between the types of steaks. The steaks were just perfection! I have been to many steakhouses and this was the best steak I have ever had. The only problem with the meal was with the Hot popovers were cold inside. I think this was because they had just opened and they were leftovers from the day before.