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Sun 7:45PM - 10:00PM
Mon - Wed 8:15PM - 11:00PM
Thu - Sat 8:30PM - 11:00PM
Love the Art Deco atmosphere, the live music and the special drinks. Pricey, but one of few unique experiences in the Times Square area.
I went for restaurant week and the portions were extremely small. My main dish (chicken) was the size of a business card and I had a martini which at $22 was the most expensive martini I have ever had. I used the restroom downstairs before I left and walked through the main dining room where the other people sit and their portions were much larger and they weren’t crammed near the bar. I went to another restaurant for restaurant week the following night and was much more impressed with the service and treatment all the way around. I was not impressed with the Lamb’s Club. If you are going to participate in restaurant week, don’t treat the guests as second class citizens. It’s too bad because I saw they have rooms for private parties and I may have recommended the Lanb’s Club for my company holiday party but I wouldn't now after my experience.
Always on the look out for decent places in midtown/Times Square and this hit the mark.
Great for business dinner.
we ate in the bar, as part of Restaurant Week, so of course the value was there.
Quiet, but with an atmosphere. Food was not groundbreaking but executed well.
Excellent food!! We went here because its a food network giant and its restraurant week. We were really duped by the way over priced drinks that cost half of the Pres-fixe dinner menu. You got us! Won't happen again!
Service was superb and the live band was really an added bonus. Restaurant week choices were very good.
Restaurant Week - Mixed Review - We were seated at a nice quiet table on the side, second floor - although this is called 'the bar,' it does not feel like bar seating, and actually with the tall windows overlooking the street, preferable to the dining room on the main floor - my appetizer (burrata) and entree (chicken) were delicious, as were the desserts we shared ('cheesecake' and 'chocolate mousse') don't adequately describe the interesting presentations - My husband's burger, on the other hand was a big disappointment, compared to the burgers we often enjoy at a nearby steak restaurant - server Sarah was friendly and professional, as were the rest of the team members we met . . .
Always ask to sit downstairs. The upstairs was to loud like a night club. When I spent $250 on dinner at like to be able to hear my wife.
Pre-theater dinner and restaurant week.
We ordered from the Restaurant Week menu and perhaps this was a mistake. The portions of food were very small, as was the amount of wine poured for the expensive by-the-glass selection.
Entrees were inconsistent - one considerably better than the other and vegetables were VERY disappointing ($14 for side order!)
Excellent bourbon Manhattans, yummy meatballs and onion rings to share, quiet upscale Art Deco setting. Great bar for conversation.
I just happened to be in town for business during Restaurant Week. I am a fan of GZ and knew this would be my opportunity to experience the restaurant. The staff was friendly, knowledgeable and attentive. The ambiance was very Standard-esque, which I love. I will be back in March and hope to visit again!
This is the quintessential perfect restaurant. Gorgeous building, trendsetting decor, comfortable and cozy all wrapped into one. Spacious seating allowing you and guests to enjoy great conversation easily. The service was impeccable. The food was over the top delicious and each plate so carefully prepared. The flavors truly sang...I’m still relishing each bite hours later. A true culinary experience.
HIGHLY DISAPPOINTED. Insulted not once but twice "Sir, your 'Restaurant Week" reservation is in the Mezzanine, not the Main Dining Room" , first by the greeter, then the waiter who had not been told that I was allowed to dine in the more exclusive main dining room. I believe the primary purpose of "Restaurant Week" is to introduce customers to new dining experiences, encouraging them to return in the future. Not at The Lamb's Club ... it was obvious that their exclusionary practice was to segregate the customers with the advertised "special rate" from the "full price" patrons. Did I mention that the restaurant was EMPTY? There were 2 large parties and 3-4 patrons like myself scattered throughout. I have dined previously at The Lamb's Club, which is why I returned last night. The memories of ambience, good food and service were OBLITERATED by the insensitivity shown by the staff. My kale salad could not compare to the kale salad I had tonight via ROOM SERVICE at the Hyatt Centric Times Square - thank you Hyatt for a perfectly prepared salad, not an unappetizing area of gray kale and red cabbage served at The Lamb's Club. The salmon and dessert were delicous but I couldn't enjoy them, with the bad taste in my mouth served up by the Management of The Lamb's Club in their discriminatory fashion described above. The fireplace had lost its warmth and even the conciliatory champagne served by the Manager to make up for all that was wrong - neither could alter this negative experience. Sorry, but I cannot recommend The Lamb's Club for "Restaurant Week" or for any occasion based on this experience.