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About The Lambs Club - Bar
At The Lambs Club - Bar, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian has created a relaxed and inviting restaurant serving Afternoon Tea, full dinner menu, Pre Theatre dinner menu and bar snacks. The bar comfortably accommodates daytime meetings or refined cocktails in the evening with large round banquettes and floor to ceiling windows looking out onto 44th Street.
Live Music Program:
Jazz: Wednesday nights 7pm - 11:00pm
DJ Sets: Tuesday and Thursday nights 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Jazz Brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 11am - 3pm
Located within The Chatwal Hotel, The Lambs Club provides room service for the 76 hotel rooms and oversees private dining in the various event spaces throughout the building. This landmark masterpiece was originally built and designed by Stanford White in 1905 and just reopened after a major renovation and restoration with every detail overseen by architect Thierry Despont.
New York, NY 10036
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 11:30pm - 12am; Saturday 4pm - 12am; Closed on Sunday
The Lobby Bar- Sunday-Monday: 5:00pm- 10:00pm;
Tuesday- Saturday: 5:00pm-11:00pm
Live Jazz: Wednesday nights 7pm - 11:00pm
DJ Sets: Tuesday and Thursday nights 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Between 6th and 7th Ave.
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Live Jazz every Wednesday Night on the Mezzanine Bar starting at 7:30pm. Weekend Jazz Brunch in the dining room from 11am - 2:30pm.
The Lambs Club offers private dining spaces to accommodate every type of corporate event or special occasion for 10-350 guests. The Bar at The Lambs Club is available for standing cocktail receptions with passed hors d’oeuvres for up semi-private groups for up to 40 guests and private groups up to 150 guests.
B, D, F, M trains to 42nd St. and 6th Ave. and 1, 2, 3 trains to 42nd St. and 7th Ave.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Late Night, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Lambs Club - Bar Ratings and Reviews
Went for pre-theater dinner. Great vibe - great food - the bar is tucked away upstairs from the restaurant and is very cozy. Our service was friendly and focused. Stephanie R was our server - guided us carefully (and with a terrific sense of humor) through the menu to keep us on schedule and out the door on time for our show, and kept the rest of the floor staff attentive to our schedule as well. We will definitely return!
It was wonderful to find such an elegant place in the Theater District. Our only quibble was the loud level of the music. We were in the upstairs bar area but it is for more than a bar; rather a large seating restaurant with a lot of room around each table, so the excessive volume seemed most unnecessary. It got much louder as we lingered past 9pm and a DJ started playing, but before the DJ that loud level just did not make any sense. It was otherwise fantastic and I will certainly come again: great wine, delicious food and nice service! I will definitely try to get seated downstairs next time in order to avoid that volume level.
We have dined here before. Last time there was live jazz music, this time there wasn't any music. They also said they don't have jazz music anymore, they now have a DJ sometimes. I prefer jazz. The food was nice, but not great. It was pretty expensive even by New York standards! We do still like the ambience. Not sure if we will return.
Our first time here. They accomodated us when we asked to be sat a half hour later. Food was tasty and ample but service was irregular and everything we ordered was presented to the opposite person; there were only of us so they should have been able to get that right. I would go back for the food as it was good and the restaurant well located for a show in NY.
We wanted to try this restaurant because we like Chef Jeffrey Zakarian and we thought the food would be to his high standards. On the whole, we weren't disappointed. We ordered the $29 Restaurant Week special - both of us had the sweet corn bisque, a delicious cold summer soup. My wife had the grilled swordfish entree, which she said was excellent. (She shared a bite with me, and I agreed.) I ordered the Lambs Club Burger, and I was slightly disappointed. It was a good burger and fries, but nothing special - I expected perhaps a little more of a gourmet touch.
We both loved our desserts - I had the steamed chocolate cake and she had the Pavlova.
However, we were less than happy about the service. While the staff was initially very attentive, we felt we were made to wait much too long for our food, relative to diners on either side who were seated after us yet served first. We ended up rushing through our meal to make our Broadway matinee, even though my wife asked the staff if they could expedite our order due to our time constraint. Also, they had a hard time dealing with my request to void my check on one credit card in favor of another. After a long time trying to figure this out, they ended up charging me four times for the same check. Fortunately, the staff have been courteous and helpful so far in trying to correct the error. I would still recommend The Lambs Club for an upscale lunch with a cosmopolitan ambiance and fine food.
We were disappointed in our recent dinner at The Lambs Club. While the food was good, there were little mistakes that took away from our experience. My husband ordered his lamb to be cooked medium and it arrived very rare. He sent it back to be cooked more and it came back still very pink. We were drinking bottled spring water and the water girl refilled my glass with tap water even though the open bottle of spring water was on the table. After replacing my glass and refilling it with the bottled water, the waitress did the same thing. When we dine out we appreciate a staff that pays attention to small details. The meal was average and didn't stand out enough for me to either go back or to recommend the restaurant to others.
Disappointing. Service and wine were excellent and we loved the atmosphere and décor; unfortunately our dinners did not live up to Chef Zakarian's reputation and we were very disappointed. My husband said his steak was tender but seasoning was lacking, and it was also over cooked. I ordered the lobster but it was overcooked and I sent it back. I tried the striped bass but that was also overcooked; the advertised "crispy skin" was too tough to chew. By the way, it was a Friday night before a show and they were NOT busy. I so wanted to love this restaurant but we won't be back.
From the moment we walked in the service was poor. The guy at the front podium looked at us like we had three heads. We told him we had a reservation and the name and he couldn't find it. I had to show my confirmation email. Then he sent us upstairs where the hostess was the only courteous person in the restaurant. We were seated at a table and told the waitress we were going to a show. Since its next to the theatre district you would think they are used to getting people out quickly to the show. She took a while to come back and get our order. We ordered and waited 45 minutes to get our food. No one even checked on us that whole time. Our water glasses were filled one time and no asked if we wanted anything to else to drink. Our food arrived 10 minutes before we had to leave for the theatre. The food was very good but couldn't really enjoy it. No real apology was forthcoming. Overall one of the worst restaurant experiences and service I have ever experienced.
Service was slow and indifferent. Cocktails were small, weak, and expensive (and I don't usually fuss about price at a nice restaurant). My wife found the Corzetti inedible. Spaghetti w/ Maryland Crab was OK, if under-seasoned. Chickpea frites were like something from a frozen dinner. Octopus a la plancha was good, as was Arancini. Overall, felt like no one cared that much, from waitstaff to bartender to chef. The search for a decent restaurant in the Theater District goes on ...
Handsome, clubby appointments in an intimate bar in this boutique hotel. Drinks and food were unusual and elegant. My wife enjoyed artichoke soup-- an offering we have never come across before. Wait staff was ample and very attentive; bartender put on an impressive performance and served excellent brandy Alexanders. We visited this bar after attending a theater performance just 400 feet away!
The restaurant-bar area was perfect for a drink and snack pre-theater. We enjoyed the pork&veal meatballs, tuna Tatar and charred peppers. Wine by the glass was pricey - we were better off with a half bottle of Barolo which was excellent.
The service was slow but after flagging down the manager, we got the attention which you would expect in a place of this standing.
It will become one of my pre-theater regulars- and I'll return to try the dining room.
My husband and I live in the neighborhood and were looking forward to a pre-theater dinner with out of town family. Every touch of service from arrival (a curt hostess told us to "go upstairs - your table is on the 2nd floor") to drinks (it took 20 minutes for 2 cocktails and a glass of wine) through the meal (a waiter who disappeared once dinner was served) was a letdown. When we were seated we received two menus - one for pre-theater and a regular menu. After time to review both our waiter took our order - we all decided to order from pre-theater. Just when he finished writing our order the manager came by and whispered in his ear - the waiter then TOOK THE MENUS out of our hands and told us we missed the pre-theater window and that "the girls up front obviously don't know what they are doing." Probably the most unprofessional service I've ever experienced
The food, on the other hand, was AMAZING - but not good enough to make me want to go back.
While the food at the Lamb's Club was delicious, the service left much to be desired
When I confirmed my 6 pm reservation, I was asked if we had tickets to a show. We did, but service was still painfully slow we were ignored by our server, and it took 45 minutes for our first courses to arrive, which doesn't make sense considering we ordered a salad and tartare! Chef zakarian and his team have dropped the ball in a big way.
This was our 2nd time at The Lambs Club. The first time we were downstairs, this time upstairs. Both settings are lovely. We enjoyed the food, however the service, both times, was inconsistent and slow. We made the wait staff aware that we were attending theater and needed to eat in a timely fashion. Both times we had to hurry them because we came close to being late for curtain. We allowed ourselves 2 hours for our meal and should have not felt like we might be late. It is a shame that the service falters because The Lambs Club is great in every other respect.
We had a reservation on a Wednesday evening and notified the hostess upon arrival that we had tickets with an 8pm curtain that evening and she assured us that we would have plenty of time with our 6:30pm reservation. It took 20 minutes for our server to even acknowledge my boyfriend and I. I had questions about the menu since I have a food allergy that she never answered, our food arrived with us to have only a few minutes to eat. We also asked for the check as soon as the food arrived knowing that we were running later than anticipated and we had to go to the manager to request the check since she never came back to our table and were unable to wait any longer. The food was good, but for the prices I expect polite and lovely service, I will never come back here. There are far too many restaurants that go above and beyond with their customer service.