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About The Americano
Boutique hotel nestled near The Highline in the emerging neighborhood of West Chelsea.
Serving French fare with Latin flare to the art, fashion and design world in a modern, sleek and relaxed atmosphere.
The front bar is the perfect place for a cocktail before dinner.
The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner six days a week and offers weekend brunch, Sunday only brunch is served. Outdoor dining is available seasonally.
Please contact the restaurant directly for reservation inquiries of seven or more.
New York, NY 10001
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Brunch Saturday and Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm
All Day Bar Menu Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday - 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Bar Hours: Monday - Sunday - 4:00pm - 12:00am
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Live music from Jazz to Bosa Nova swings our Sunday Brunches from 12pm to 3pm.
Abington House, parking garage located on 500 W 30th Street, the entrance is on both 29th and 30th street between 10th and 11th ave. Guest can park up to 5 hours for $18, but you must bring the receipt to the front desk so we can stamp the receipt and the discount will apply.
M11: Riverbank 145st via 10th ave; Stop: 10th ave & W 27th St
M12: West Village Abingdon Square; Stop: 11th ave & W 26th St
1 Train: 28th St / 7 Av
C & E Train: 23rd St / 8 Av
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Americano can accommodate private dining up to 75 people. Executive Chef Andrés Grundy dishes out new American fare with Latin and French influences.
The Americano Ratings and Reviews
Love the space. High quality Mexican food, great drinks. Service is generally excellent. Like in Mexico, you're shouldn't be shy if you want attention--they're more likely to leave you alone and not intrude, rather than to check on you every few minutes. I appreciate this, but I'm sure some Americans complain about it. All in all a great place.
The food and atmosphere at The Americano in the lobby restaurant are great! I take coworkers and clients to breakfast and lunch there often. I can count on great service, great food and it's never too busy since it's tucked away in Chelsea. The decor is classy and chic, I always feel great about scheduling a breakfast or lunch meeting there, but it would be great for the same with friends. One day I'll try it for dinner too!
The dinning room is very nice with a cool vibe, there is also outside dinning in the back of the space. The food was OK, My daughter and wife had a lobster roll which was a lobster salad with very little lobster. My sons Steak & eggs was a very small portion. Service was not great. At one point the waiter brought milk for my coffee, I asked for cream instead, by the time he came back my coffee was cold. Seems like they need to get a better handle on who is responsible for what. They validated my parking and it is very close to the Highline entrance. The best part was the cool Latin jazz quartet that played in the dinning room.
We were searching for a nice restaurant not too far from the Javits Center to have dinner after the auto show. It did not appear that there were many options. I came across Americano on Open Table and the menu was just what we were looking for. Service was great, we were seated and served quickly and the food was absolutely delicious!
Pricing was good. The ambiance of the place was pretty cool as you would expect from a boutique hotel. We ordered from their prix fixe menu but they did not have the soup du jour available so the only other choice as their avocado toast which was delicious. The lobster roll was too saucy with too much celery - it was okay. Their service was lacking. Although our server was very friendly, there was no follow up, we were missing utensils and kept having to call their attention. We had to be the ones to ask for refills on our beverages and to order dessert. It didn't seem like the staff had a system in place. May have been an off day for them but a shame since it is our first time trying the place.
Valentine's Day dinner, & this place is local for us, so decided to try it. Everything was great, except after being seated, there was a huge delay in our server introducing himself. There seemed to be some confusion about who had our table, but even after this was resolved, our service remained poor throughout. The meal was good enough that we'all give it another shot, but will be a bit on guard...
We loved the brunch dishes we ordered -- tasty preparations in something like "spa cuisine"-sized portions -- great for enjoying a meal with rich ingredients without going overboard. Eggs Benedict had bacon and broccoli rabe, a delicious combo -- much more interesting and textured than spinach. Lobster roll was somewhat spendy on the menu, but arrived with a good-sized serving for the price.
I liked the decor, which was very modern and open, but my husband thought it was a bit too much like dining in a lobby. Goes to one's preference.
Service and hospitality was warm, professional and all awfully good looking. Welcome to Chelsea.
Was really quite surprised. If you're in this area, it's one of the only options for lunch before noon and it's one of only a handful of options for lunch on a Monday. The food was excellent--could have had a keg of the soup! Portions were substantial. It was rather empty for our pre-noon lunch so hard to judge ambiance and noise when it's a full house. Service was friendly although could have been a bit more attentive (esp since the place was mostly empty). Let's put it this way: I came back to my office and told everyone about it. There IS food life off of 10th Avenue in West Chelsea.
For a Hotel Restaurant attached to a boutique property, The Americano offers exactly what one would expect; a varied menu for all comers, excellent execution and a hi vibe. But with that goes poorly organized but friendly service by a team that lacks supervision and training. Every food item was well executed, well presented and packed with flavor. Without question pork chop is one of the stars of the current menu. The wine list is spare but thoughtfully assembled and offers more gentle price points for the demographic attracted to the hotel as guests. If you are in the neighborhood the chef's expert work is a reason to go.
Service was great and just attentive enough without crossing over into annoying. The space itself was lovely. Our entrees, while delicious on paper, were slightly overcooked and tended towards dry. This was especially true for the kingfish dish, which is served over yucca roots—the fish itself was just a tad overcooked and the yucca, while a nice addition in place of something more standard, like potatoes, were unappealingly starchy without the benefit of a juicier protein to eat them with.
Great location for lunch when galleries hopping in Chelsea. We were very happy to find a live music Jazz band with an exceptional talented singer. The food is tasty compliments the minimalist decoration. The only downside is the single toilet for all genders, you fond yourself waiting in the middle of the lobby.
It was a very slow night, at 8.30pm there were only 4 tables booked. We picked a bottle of red wine, but they only had 1 left. The wine list was nothing special, but clearly way overpriced. The scallops came 10 minutes after all the other plates. The salmon was overcooked, and the coq au vin was dry.
Depending on where you're sitting, there is a draft through the glass door.
None of my friends or myself are planning to return to this poorly run place.
Terrible experience, would never go back. I came here for a spontaneous brunch date. There was a live band which was the best part. The place was not busy at all. Our waiter took our drink order and the bartender brought it out relatively fast. Afterwards we lost our waiter. No idea where he went, literally vanished. Had to flag down a busboy to take our food order. He went to look for our waiter and couldn't find him. So he eventually took our order. Then we waited some time for our food. When it came out we couldn't figure out how one egg dishes cost $19 a plate. At this point we had many different entities serving us. They gave us a salad which we thought was included with one of the meals. Turns out it wasn't, the busboy just messed up and added it to the order. At this point, we wanted to leave so bad that I just threw my card without looking at the bill. It was just a stupid experience. Too many places in NYC to eat for anyone to waste their time here.
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