Dinner in an art museum, from Danny Meyer and Michael Anthony. Untitled at The Whitney is anything but boring.
Untitled is a hidden gem in plain sight. Great food, service and style. Danny Myer cuisine in a Renzo Piano building full of great American art!!!!
Our second time at Untitled at the Whitney. Friendly staff, excellent service, beautiful restaurant (tall glass windows), delicious and unique food options, and perfect for a special occasion. The restaurant's also in a fabulous location: located at the Whitney Museum and within seconds from NYC's iconic High Line.
Food was fair and excellent ambiance. The service timing needs work considering the hefty cost of a meal.
Service was attentive and very accommodating. Food was fresh and well prepared. Unfortunately portion sizes were unreasonably small. A great place for anorexic dining...less to purge!
Another great meal before attending an event at the Whitney. I had the Porgy (fish) this time. Quite delicious. Another person had the pasta with mushrooms which apparently was delicious. We also got a side of the beets which were very filling for 2 people. They brought us complimentary side of asparagus - delicious.
The food was delicious, the service exceptional and the ambience is lovely. I will definitely be back. Untitled is really special.
It is a pleasant room and the staff is very warm and welcoming. The menu is extremely limited but has several good selections. The food was tasty and enjoyable but not exceptional. Portion size is very small so be prepared - especially for the price point. We would return for a light meal.
Unexpectedly poor food quality, far too expensive. The overall experience was of a reasonably good university cafeteria.
relaxing lovely elegant luncheon - great service...allowed our group to sit and enjoy...
Excellent dinner and so convenient after the Whitney (10% discount for members, too). Although it took a few minutes for our server to arrive, once started the service was excellent.
Our party of 4 started with the Baby Lettuce Salad, followed by the Roasted Black Bass, Grilled Arctic Char, and Grilled Country Rib. Every dish was well-seasoned and beautifully presented. We will definitely return to try other dishes.
Great location with food to match. Service was excellent and wife was given a nice birthday gift.
Great place to eat in the meatpacking district particularly after strolling the High Line and seeing an exhibition at the Whitney .
Very disappointed. Fish was not good and cold. Did not eat any of fish Said they would take it off but did not. Food Not up to Danny Meyer quality. Been to Union square, gramercy tavern, MARTA and Daily Provisions this week. All other Meyer restaurants had no tipping but this one did. was not worth 300 for 3 people. Worst meal of the week
Wonderful food, and sitting at the bar watching Chef Suzanne Cupps is theatrical. Service needs to be more attentive. Inventive use of local produce makes Untitled distinctive. Highly recommended
The food was just okay but the setting is amazing. The service could have been friendlier.
Relatively small, but interesting, food menu, with a much more extensive wine list.
Food was good, but portions were amazingly small for the price.
Ideal for dinner after a walk on the High Line or a visit to the Whitney. Small menu, but enough variety. This was our fourth time, this dinner with out of town friends.
It was great. Food was delicious, wine reasonable and then we went to the Whitney for free fridays!
Very nice lunch. Wonderful service!
Great food , but very overpriced
One of my favorite restaurants. Simple, great service, fresh seasonal menu, well designed environment.
We thoroughly enjoyed our lunch there, 2nd time for Tim, 3rd time for Janet. Our only complaint would be a disappointment in the wine list, and the wine we ordered from the limited list was out. We still had a nice wine, but we had read about the sommelier and we were looking forward to having an exceptional wine experience. Food was great!
Two star rating is because the food was delicious and service was fine; the rest of the experience not so much. We arrived promptly for a 1:15 pm reservation, and were told it would be a short wait. After 5-10 minutes, we were shown to very awkwardly situated table in the walk-in section of the restaurant, right between the two restaurant entrances. I objected and requested to be seated in the reserved section, but was informed that would be a 45-minute wait and that on busy days "we use the walk-in section for reservations." Really? This section has smaller tables, less comfortable chairs, and is an area of constant activity and foot traffic. Perfectly acceptable for walk-ins, but reservations? C'mon. Had I known, we would've reserved someplace else.
Always a treat!!!
My husband and I had a lovely afternoon at the Whitney seeing the Grant Wood exhibit and topped it off with a wonderful lunch at Untitled. The food was very good and the dessert, rice pudding, was delicious. After lunch, a walk along the Highline worked off the dessert calories! We recommend it highly!
Not what it should be. The restaurant lacks soul. It's a great place if you're at Whitney or want to grab a quick bite before/after a movie. However, it is not a destination restaurant. The tables are stained with rings from drinks, the wine list is just ok. The burger and the chicken happen to be delicious but it needs a revamp to really be Danny Meyer worthy. It just feels generic in spite of the great light and location that is so NYC.
Our lunch at Untitled was great. Untitled is a light and cheerful restaurant with views of the museum lobby, the street and Hudson River. The food choices were unusual. Our server helped decide on what to order by telling us about her favorites which we appreciated.
We were three friends that had not seen each other in a while. Our server did not rush us and we were able to sit and talk for a long time.
We all really enjoyed our experience at Untitled and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a special place to have a delicious lunch.
It is a perfect restaurant. The food is both interesting and delicious.
My second visit for lunch and Untitled did not disappoint. Always interesting menu items and cocktails.
Wonderful from start to finish. A mix up with an entree order was handled with professionalism and grace. Always a great experience.
Great place to eat before or after seeing a wonderful exhibit at the Whitney. Food and Service is top of the last line, not your “Mother’s” museum cafeteria.
Food was good, well prepared--but portion size was small for the price
I went for my birthday during springtime. The food was incredible, a seasonal mix of overwintered veg and new spring greens etc. The service was lovely, very attentive and friendly. 10/10 would recommend--it is not cheap but it is worth it!
I've eaten at untitled multiple times. I have never been disappointed. This time we brought friends who know their way around a kitchen. They were blown away by the quality and flavor of the food. The executive chef is creative with her dishes.
All very tasty!
Boring food and menu descriptions were misleading.
Our waiter disappeared after the servers delivered the food so we had to flag a wait person to get any further service, like rolls or water or dessert. Oddly indifferent service in a place that appears to be attempting a trendy upmarket milieu. Food was decent for the price.