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About The Water Club
The Water Club offers classic American cuisine of the highest caliber, specializing in seafood, and breathtaking views of Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan and the East River Bridges.
New York, NY 10016
American, Seafood, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday & Thursday- 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday- 5:00pm - 11:00pm,
Sunday- 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
23rd St and FDR Drive, North of Waterside Plaza and south of 34th St.
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Live piano music Thursday- Saturday, 7:00pm - 11:00pm and Sunday Brunch, 1:00pm -5:00pm
Valet service is available on site in our private lot.
6 Train to 33rd Street. Walk across 34th Street to the East River (15-20 minutes) Walk South along the river to about 30th St. Pass the heliport and past the parking lot.
Or take the M34 crosstown bus to the last stop at the east river. Walk South along the river to the restaurant.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Events at The Water Club are always memorable. From beautiful weddings to business functions, The Water Club is the perfect place to host your next special event, private dinner or cocktail party.
three elegantly appointed dining rooms
two open air terraces
sweeping river views
wonderful classic American cuisine
live piano music
Located along The East River in Manhattan, The Water Club offers breathtaking views from its two glass enclosed private rooms.
The Water Club Ratings and Reviews
Let me tell you I had a great time at the water club.. it has one of the most beautiful sceneries I have ever encountered and the food was delicious..The staff there are magnificent and truly delightful. Thank you for the hospitality.. will definitely come again.
The Water Club exudes elegance and taste. The staff is incredibly well trained serving drinks and meals at the very best times. The waterfront view and piano player transport you back into yesteryears full of sophistication. This timeless institution is one that I cannot wait to return to. The Water Club is a must visit!
The Water Club is a beautiful site with impeccable service and mostly good food. However, its
noise level is disturbing and distracting, which is why I took points off for "ambience." The noise just doesn't belong in that lovely setting.
When I made my reservation, t was told there was a live pianist/singer (a big attraction for me) but I couldn't hear him until I walked past the fellow on my way out. (A pity for both him and the diners!) In fact, I could barely hear my table mates over the din.
This is 2017, so surely something effective but unobtrusive can be down about keeping the noise down (carpeting, ceiling sound baffling, etc.), If you could accomplish this, I'd be back in a minute!
Every part of our meal was a surprise in the devotion to service and kindness went into our meal. Each course including a wellington appetizer, fabulous monk fish, lovely wine selection and table side flambe dessert reminded us of service and sheer enjoyment of a few years ago. There was a gifted pianist!
The view of the waterfront is memorable and no where else,
Thanks Water Club!
It was a lovely experience. The ambiance, in particular, was wonderful. We had a lovely table with a view of the water. My friend had the sea bass which she said was excellent. I had pan-seared chicken that was a bit dry for my taste. All-in-all it was an extremely pleasant evening: attentive servers, piano music and good food. The complimentary valet parking was also a plus!
We have been to the Water Club many times, and we chose it for my wife's significant birthday. I ordered a cake in advance. What a disappointing experience we had! First, the server did not tell us about all the specials. We heard the server at the next table describe the soup of the day, but it was too late, or so we thought. Actually, we waited one hour for our food, filling up on the delicious cornbread and scones. My son's steak au poivre came without the sauce. He was given mashed potatoes even though he had told the server about his dairy allergy. Most important, my wife did not like the dish she ordered: scallops and lobster ravioli. There were three scallops, each about the size of a quarter, breaded, and she complained to an attendant that they were excessively salty. The three ravioli were extremely tough, more like dumplings. Our original server never came around to ask how everything was. Nothing was done to compensate for my wife's dissatisfaction with her dish. The cake was presented elegantly and the piano music was nice. Beautiful view up the East River. Too bad the occasion was spoiled by inattentive service.
We had to try the The Water Club because a friend and biz partner was in town and none of us had ever tried it! The view is awesome, the ambiance high-end, yet comfortable and would be a great place for dates and celebrations. The piano player and attentive staff brought this dining and relaxing evening full circle for us. Favorites of the night were the beef Wellington app and the seafood raviolo and the sourdough bread.. We will return!
Another wonderful evening thanks to one of the best waiters/floor managers in the restaurant business... Zee always treats us with the utmost care and we always have a wonderful dining experience.. the food again is exceptional, from the filet mignon to the monkfish... thanks again to everyone at the water club for another lovely evening
I like it for special occasions. It's beautiful, comfortable, great ambiance, and great service.
It's a typical special night out and it's romantic. The food is very good, but it's not
special. I like the bread basket variety. I love the grilled asparagus. I liked the seafood
salad appetizer. The grilled tuna was tasty but I hated the sauce. The grilled branzino was
ok, but I've had much better at our local Greek restaurant. Creme brulee for dessert was OK, not nothing special. So, you don't go for the food experience. You go for the ambiance.
I took my boyfriend here for his birthday. We have been here for Valentine’s Day before and I had been craving their lobster ravioli for the longest. We ordered a lot of food. I had to take some of it home but I do not regret it at all. When they brought out the desserts, they had a little firecracker candle and it was literally the highlight of the night. So glad we went to celebrate here. Thank you to the staff for being so considerate even though we came 30 minutes before closing.
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