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About The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges
Jean-Georges Vongerichten brings his unbridled passion for market-fresh, simple cooking to The Mark Hotel, renovated and reopened in early 2010. The world-class & expansive menu features over 70 dishes of subtly innovative European classics blended with Jean-Georges’ signature global seasonings. The wine collection, showcased in a stunning copper and glass wall in the dining room, includes a range of both boutique and familiar food-friendly wines from around the world. The comfortably elegant dining room provides a warm and relaxed setting, fitting for both a neighborhood favorite and a connoisseur’s destination.
The Mark Hotel
New York, NY 10075
Contemporary American, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:00am; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm; Late Night: Monday - Sunday: 11pm - 1am; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday 11:00am - 3:30pm
Between Madison & Fifth Avenues
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
6 train to 77th Street and Lexington Avenue.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Whether you're hosting your next board meeting, an intimate celebration or a large gathering, The Mark provides space for events up to 220 people.
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The private Madison Room can accommodate up to 20 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.
The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges Ratings and Reviews
Wonderful meal on a cold winter's evening. We went with four appetizers (for variety and caloric control): butternut squash soup that was as good of its kind as can be, enlivened with wild mushrooms; tuna tartare with ginger; thin-crust pizza with truffles and fontina cheese (crust was useful for mopping up the soup at the bottom of the plate), and spicy chicken samosas. The room was beautiful, dark and orange and lit by dim electric and candle light so you felt as if you were in a tent in the desert. Service was friendly and efficient. With cocktails and a berry dessert, we paid ~$200 and were fully satisfied. Will go again.
Went for Sunday brunch for my NY birthday weekend. Service was impeccable as was most of the food. My mother and I both got the eggs Benedict. The eggs were poached to perfection however we both commented that the Holandaise sauce lacked flavor. It would also have been a nice complement to have a fruit wedge or berry accompaniment.
Very disappointing experience . The meal felt very hurried and when I complained to both Managers on duty nothing changed . The restaurant wasn’t busy for a Friday night . We ordered Salad, Soup, Oysters , and Sushi , Pasta to share as an intermediate course and entre and dessert . They brought the first 5 dishes to the table all at once . I asked if we were at a fast food restaurant but nothing was done . Not an apology, complementary appetizer , a glass of wine, nothing . Very poor Customer experience . The food was very good and the decor nice . The bar in the entrance prior to dining was nice and the staff very attentive and responsive there .
Service was absolutely inaccurate. We waited too much before to order ( the restaurant was quite empty) the waiter for the bread put in rude way the bread basket just on the dinner plate of my guest We asked three times before to have oilive oil and other things we needed. All services give the impression not to be trained for a restaurant of that level and the food was mediocre for a Jan Jeorge restaurant. We felt uncomfortable with our guests
A good grill and bar prepares food on a similar level, but for a third of the price. We expected a much higher level of refinement for a Christmas dinner. Several menu items were not available. Service was ok, but not much better than usual in NY. In total, ridiculously overpriced.
What a rip off. We thought we were going to the Mark for a "normal" lunch, as we frequently do. However, as it was Christmas Day, they used the "occasion" to charge an outrageous amount of money for a prix fix menu costing $165 per person! With wine, lunch was $500. Outrageous. More outrageous because we didn't know. We booked through Open Table, as we normally do, and nothing was said about the cost. The food was fine but definitely not worth the price. Someone should have notified us in advance. We would not have chosen to go there.
I have dined many times at the restaurant, and generally have enjoyed the prior occasions. But this time, which was for Christmas Eve, was a disappointment. The food was quite ordinary, and I suspect the restaurant was overwhelmed. I will not be going there again for a holiday meal .
Food was almost inedible. Very salty. Absolutely nothing special about anything our party ate. Certainly not J-G quality. Service was sloppy and inconsistent. Either showing you too much attention or leaving the exiting and paying the check torturous. Lucky they are in a hotel with a captive pool of diners -- no really NY'er would go out their way for this experience.
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