The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges
The private Madison Room can accommodate up to 26 guests, and is ideal for both intimate celebrations and high-level business gatherings. The full restaurant is also available for large-scale receptions and seated events of up to 220 guests.View Private Dining Details
AirPods were stolen from coat check
it was a wonderful evening with friends. The service and the food were truly outstanding. It is extremely comfortable and even though it was filled with people, the noise level was pleasant.
i can't wait to return
Poor service. Too bad. Not up to traditional JGV standards.
The salad was good but the main Meat with kitchen was cold and didn't have Ant taste.
Much to my regret it was far away from their good and tasty dinner
The Mark as usual did not disappoint. Proper greeting on arrival and our table was ready. Excellent but not overly intrusive service.
Our go to family dining place in NYC.
Great service, lovely waitstaff, delicious food, consistent .
Incredible in every way! The food, service, and ambiance were all outstanding. Ask to be seated in the atrium for a lovely, sun-filled brunch.
Dreadful. Wanted French food offered American boring food at unbelievably high prices felt like a RUBE being hustled in the big city. (MY BIG CITY). For shame Jean george
Food was overpriced and tasteless ...
very attentive servers ... but chef prep was nothing to even mention and over the top priced !
I will not be back .,,
Pizza looked good .. but I was hoping to have a descent meal with no dough !
Always among the best!
Lots of staff but servers were not attentive. Food is good but prices are too high for nothing exceptional. Very noisy.
Great food and service.
Our server was very courteous and helpful making for an extremely pleasant experience.
Nous sommes allées au mark pour le petit déjeuner et sincèrement tant l entrée de l hôtel est luxueuse tant la salle du petit déjeuner est désuète ,10$ pour un scone pas terrible et 11$ pour une bouteille d eau sournoisement imposée .....aucun service à table,ni on vous ressert le cafe ou l eau; nous sommes habituées au plaza et rien à voir.tres déçu de cette expérience qui était pour mon anniversaire et aucune envie de revenir.dommage.
Food just average for nyc
Not a very impressive meal. I expected more from both Jean Georges and the Mark Hotel.
I know the chef is well known so I expected high prices. However I must say the food was good but not great and in my opinion not worth the price. The service was good but not great with exception being the somiler who was very knowlegable and helpful. It seems as if there is more hype than quality.
Fabulous as always, always try to sneak drinks or dinner.
Very good food and service, but extremely uncomfortable chairs in the dining room. Caused our group to leave early and skip dessert.
There was not a lot of people at the restaurant nevertheless it took 60 minutes for the food to arrive.
My friend’s x burger was cold as the fries and the bread was dry.
We told the hostess who had it changed and did not charge.
Although she did what she could, it was a pity as by than they were already with a bad impression of the restaurant. A pity.
I had been there other times and enjoyed. Although the last time the fries were also cold and had to be exchanged
Everyone must have the coconut chicken soup.
Service was a little slow.
Jean-George -- one of the best chefs in the world -- WORLD CLASS and AMAZING food. I love the Lemon Lobster Risotto. Their fish is great (actually everything is great). I love the Grand Marnier Chocolate Chip Souffle. Go to this place!
Book Club gathering with author of the book we read. Perfect morning.
OK, this may be a nit picky review but when you go to a place with great reviews and a high price tag, you have high expectations. It started off when we were seated, the base of the table was almost wide as the table top so we had to straddle the table the whole night, I did notice that there were only 2 such tables in the dinning room, why there were there I do not know. I am not a drinker, so I asked about non-alcoholic specialties but the only thing I was offered was the standard NA beer and Coke products so I just settled for water. I don’t expect restaurants to have a whole menu but in any upscale restaurant the bartender should at least be able to whip something up without resorting to the virgin cocktail, would you remove the steak and call it a vegetarian dish? My husband is a big fan of Old Fashions so seeing it on the custom cocktail list was a bonus, until he received their watered-down version. We sent it back which is hard for Mid westerner to do, we are more the grin and bear it type. I will say the appetizer was excellent so things were looking up. My salmon entrée was decent but slightly overcooked, and my husbands was also good but not spectacular. It was my birthday and we had forgot that we put it on the reservation so when the waiter asked about dessert we both ordered something. Then the waiter came out with 3 desserts, the ones we ordered and the free one they do for special occasions. It would have been nice if the waiter had done this before hand as we could not finish all three although they were excellent as well. Overall it would have been a satisfying meal at a casual restaurant but I just expected more given the reputation.
Food was great. Wine prices were obscene!
The food is exceptional, and the menu is fairly large and varied. The dining room is beautiful. The restaurant is a little noisier than you might imagine for a top-tier place (which has its advantages -- it's harder for people at neighboring tables to eavesdrop). The service needed a little shaping up: cocktail served without straw or stirrer, which was brought belatedly; salad taken before it was finished (without asking); empty amuse bouche plate not cleared from table even after appetizers were served; no inquiry as to whether we wanted more bread. We will surely return, and are not looking for formal service, but it would be nice for the restaurant to impose a little more order on its waitstaff.
Always this restaurant make me feel comfortable and enjoyable. Foods are excellent and servers are very polite but efficient.
We all had a great lunch with attentive service and time to catch up with old friends.
Restaurant had plenty of tables available and kept on giving our party really bad options.
Food was disgusting. Crab cake was completely blend, just with an avocado and no dressing whatsoever. I made the mistake of order crusted chicken and it was made with left over dark meat. Just not what you would expect.
Bill came to close to $500 for 3 people, with no alcohol. Was truly regrettable.
I love coming to your restaurant and will come back. I erred in arriving a little early for being seated (as I had asked) in a quiet corner toward the rear of the dining area. (I was going across town to Lincoln Center and was concerned about being late.) Still, it's a pleasure to go there, and my guest was very happy,
Such a beautiful room that’s quiet enough to really talk and be heard. And then the food was special, both salads we ordered were outstanding. All said, a perfect lunch.
I celebrated my 60th birthday at The Mark Restaurant with my son and daughter-in-law. I confess that I allowed the high price per plate convince me that this was going to be an elegant dining experience. I won't do that again! We had to snake our way through a cramped little bar to get to the dining room. There was no visible station at which to stop and be received--just a computer stuffed into a corner with someone dressed like a server standing by. As we were led to our table, what struck me most was the noise level. The place sounded like a cafeteria--plates and glasses clinking, loud talking. There were too many servers rushing around. It reminded me of the main dining room of a cruise ship. Unfortunately we were seated by a door that led back to the Mark Hotel so there was a lot of coming and going. Also there was a computer by the door and wait staff often congregated there and had conversation. A slightly sour-faced server came and took our order and was somewhat attentive. The sommelier made sure we knew he was incredibly knowledgeable about wines. The food came and mine was delicious. That's the only reason I would return to The Mark, but it's not reason enough for me to do so. It was not elegant and for the price, it was only moderately classy. For my birthday, they gave me a candle and two chocolate chip cookies, for which they claim to be famous. As we left, we stood at the exit watching staff members talking to each other for nearly half a minute before any of them noticed we were standing and waiting to get our coats. Then back through the cramped bar where we saw a barefoot woman with her feet up on the couch--just a little too casual for my taste. Price does not equal high quality. It was an expensive lesson, but it was a lesson learned nonetheless.
Excelente atención y muy lindo ambiente. Lo único es el alto nivel de ruido
Restaurant was more American than French. The food was good but the service was too fast and very american. We ordered our aperitifs and had hardly taken a sip and the starters arrived. We had to ask for a delay on the entrees upon which that staff got the message that we were not in a hurry. Food was very tasty but we were in and out in 1 1/2 hours which is not what we were looking for an a Friday night.
Excellent in all aspects: Courteous, attentive wait staff, creative cuisine, elegant and comfortable setting.
A real let down
The Mark Is one of my favorite Restaurant in my neighborhood. It is a very special place to be!
This place was phenomenal!! From start to finish
The service, impecable! Beautiful bar beautiful dinning area
The service was lovely and the food nice... wouldn't say outstanding food, but good.
But at the price point... felt a little scant. Lots of white space on the plates. (All have been there multiple times before, didn't leave thinking that at other meals.)
And not just because it's a room full of botoxed, upper east side, social x-ray, ladies who lunch (although it is).
The ambiance is lovely, and we were able to catch up without distraction of noisy neighbors.