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About Untitled at the Whitney
Untitled accepts reservations 28 days in advance for Lunch and Dinner. A portion of the dining room is set aside for walk-ins.
Untitled is a contemporary American restaurant helmed by Executive Chef Suzanne Cupps, located in the Whitney Museum of American Art's new Renzo Piano-designed building in the Meatpacking District. Light-filled and airy, adjacent to the High Line park and the Hudson River, Untitled is inspired by the seasons and the creative environment of the world-class museum that it calls home. Untitled is open for lunch, brunch, and dinner, with a ground floor entrance on Gansevoort Street.
New York, NY 10014
Hours of Operation:
Saturday & Sunday: 11:00am - 3:30pm
Monday, Wednesday -Friday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Tuesday - CLOSED
Saturday & Sunday: 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Monday, Wednesday-Friday: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday - CLOSED
Weekdays (except Tuesday) beginning at 9:30am
Weekends beginning at 10:00 am
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
The nearest parking garage is on Jane Street between Greenwich Street and Hudson Street.
The A/C/E and L trains are all located at 14th Street and 8th Avenue.
Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Untitled at the Whitney Ratings and Reviews
Nice enough place. Mostly tourists. Expensive for what it is. The service was pretty indifferent, and after the table next to us left, the bus person sprayed their table with a cleaner, which despite attempting to cover the spray with a plate, landed on both my hands. That also means it landed in our food and drinks. I got a new glass of water, but it seemed like it was no big deal to them. The place was only half full on a Friday night, so I guess they don't get much repeat business. I probably won't go back.
Our waiter was great, as were our fried fish lettuce wraps and kale salad. However the Grilled Shrimp tasted of iodine-. The Grilled Squid was cold and tough. I have had other meals at this restaurant that were wonderful, so yesterday’s lunch was doubly disappointing.
This was my third visit to Untitled and each time just gets better and better. As a gluten-free vegetarian, it is a place that I know will be accommodating and offer exceptional quality of food that is "veggie" forward. In fact, I'm not a lover of beets, but whatever they did to the new beet dish on the menu is making a convert of me! And their gluten-free bread was amazing as was their regular bread (per my dining mates). Thank you - we will be back!
We went on Christmas Eve with visiting family and friends, we originally tried to go to the Gramercy but they were closed and so they booked us into Untitled instead. The service and food was outstanding, we were given numerous complimentary dishes to share amongst us, which was so appreciated and each dish was amazing. Highly, highly recommend a visit, we will definitely go back often to experience this incredible restaurant.
Extremely shocked and very disappointed that this was the place that I choose as a 'special occasion lunch to take a friend and colleague to.
Danny Myers is my usual go to for exceptional everything. Which in dining means food, ambiance and service. Our food was good but the service was so bad that I really wanted to say something to the manager. The service was basically beg for our order to be taken, beg for our finished plates too be cleared, and by that time I was so embarrassed for choosing Untitled that I was happy not to beg if we wanted any dessert.
I guess Danny Myers has not had a meal there is a very long time. I hope he would feel that this is not acceptable. My returning to a Danny Myer restaurant is not going to happen again. There is no one watching this store
We had a great experience last Saturday for lunch. The restaurant was a bit crowded (it is Christmas in NYC) so instead of waiting for our table to become available, we ended up getting seats at the bar. The bartenders were great - fun, friendly and we actually ended up having a better experience vs. sitting at a table. I recommend this place!
My fave restaurant in NYC - service, food and ambience are always top notch. However, after trying brunch for the first time, I’d say it’s best for dinner. The scrambled egg crepe was ridiculously tiny for $13 (brunch should be comforting portions by definition) and the chicken and kale salad on a butternut squash puree needed a LOT more work for $20 - the 4 shards of sliced chicken breast were completely unseasoned and unremarkable, and the kale salad resembled that from any other Just Salad bar, the butternut squash purée was basically a fairly bland smear on the plate. It’s almost like this dish was put there for South Beach dieters, in which case it should be noted thus. I’m pretty sure the amazing exec chef Ms Cupps didn’t vet this dish and needs to wave her magic spatula over it immediately or delete it from the menu (or at least throw some crusted seared tuna and shaved dragon fruit on it or something - for $20!).
The best thing about the entire meal on this occasion was the free, warm, Hudson Bakery corn and molasses bread at the start.
I was staying in a hotel nearby and looking for a more fancy location for my last diner of my trip to New York City. I was alone, with a smaller budget, but in need of good food of high quality. This was the best diner of my stay in New York City. Easy to make an online reservation, extremely friendly staff, delicious food, lovely design, pleasant environment and comfortable chairs.
I never felt alone, was treated very well and enjoyed every bite and sip. Would highly recommend to go here. In case you are curious I had the charred squid with romesco, purple potato, bread and as dessert the chocolate and peanut mousse with grape jam. Both sooo incredible! I tried to add pictures because they are gorgeous, but the website does not allow.
Meh! We arrived at 10PM for our 10 PM reservation and were told we had to order IMMEDIATELY because the kitchen was closing....I thought Danny Meyer was all about hospitality? Why make people rush when you just sat them?
The food was simply Meh as well. Nothing to write home about. There are simply too many really great restaurants in NYC to waste a meal here.
Service wasn't that nice and we had to ask to for many things from water refills to coffee refills.
When the restaurant called to confirm my reservation they asked me if it was a special occasion. I told them it was my sister's birthday. They says they brought out a piece of cake indicating complementary.
At the restaurant during the meal we asked for ketchep twice waiting to eat our food which was cold by they time it finally came. They never brought the slice if cake for her Birthday. It was disappointing.
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