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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
It was brunch time which I was forgot about it. So many people and staffs seems a little confusing or didn’t even realize there was some mistakes happened. They missed my salad and my partner’s tea and served my partner wrong hamburger. It’s high priced $$$$ place so I expected higher experience. After all, maybe they had a bad time so I won’t judge that they are always like that.
I am never disappointed when i eat at The Mark. I use it for special occasions or special business lunches. The food is consistently good and the setting, especially the glass roof room, always makes you feel special.
Dinners are equally as good, but i use it more for lunch.
The Mark has been our special go to restaurant. The food is wonderful, great for anniversaries and special occasions, but something is seriously wrong with current management, cleanliness and service.
The service was abominable and we say a mouse walking across the middle dining room!!
I love the food most of all!
Super friendly stuff and excellent service!
The interiors and overall ambience is great! Perfect for intimate dinners and business dinners!
Third time I was here and will plan many other times with pleaser to come and share mills with friends, family and business as well!
First off let me say it was a special occasion and I had indicated that on my reservation with OpenTable. Special occasion was not acknowledged. But that's not really super important to me.
I expected an above average dining experience from such a well regarded hotel and renowned chef. But the only thing that was outstanding were the cocktails. My Seabass was mushy and not grilled as specified on the menu. Vegetables underneath were over seasoned and soggy. Desserts were unbalanced. For instance .. I had a grape sorbet (very sweet and powerful flavor) atop an egg soufflé which was hardened and flavorless along with a strong grape syrup (same as the sorbet) and fresh grape slices. Bizarre.
I had the octopus appetizer which was flavorful but still missed the mark. Grilled octopus is firm and light charred, and this was spongy and soft. Potatoes were nice though.
My husband had the smoked salmon pizza and he was underwhelmed also.
Being from the South we have an expectation of service and when we get the NYC treatment we are always taken aback. It's not exclusive to this restaurant. NYC servers just on the whole don't seem to care much. It's "whaddya want" . Everything ok.. anything else." And that's it. We aren't spendthrifts especially when it comes to food. At home if we spend 500 on a meal we get a level of service that comes without expectation or effort.
Plenty of excellent food choices in the area... I'd skip this one unless you want a nice cocktail.
We had to be re-seated 4 times a 1/ our table was broken (and they new about it) 2/ then bench was went (and they new about it) and 3/they put us on a cocktail table where there is no room for even tiny legs... the 4th time we finally managed to be seated normally. Overpriced for very average food and ok service. A disappointment... NY has so much more to offer.
We have been to the Mark several times & often the service is not very attentive & the food good but not outstanding. This time the food was indeed outstanding & the service while still a little distracted, much improved. The Mark is a noisy restaurant but it has a good vibe!
What a disaster of an early Sunday brunch. We sat down at 10 and I ordered coffee. That showed up 25 minutes later, only after requests to 2 waiters, an assistant and two managers. There was seemingly 1 staff member for every 2 diners, but they didn't ever stop by or follow up on anything. Occasionally you would see them huddle up defensively with each other - whispering acknowledgements amongst themselves that no, this morning service was *not* going well. Other diners sat and ordered and finished as we still waited for or simple breakfasts. (We skipped the fois gras and eggs). A few aplologies and some free pastries (that showed up before the coffee! A rare thing to get a small freebie in apology for a missing plain black coffee before it even shows up!).
A baffling disaster of a meal. And we clearly weren't the only victims. The table next to us simply got up and left, seeking directions to a nearby Diner when no one could seemingly answer the question of "How long is this going to take?"
Worst brunch experience in 22 years in NYC.
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