Opened in 1837 as America's 1st fine dining restaurant. Operated by the Delmonico family during the 19th & early 20th century, it was subsequently reopened by other restaurateurs under the same name.
Delmonico’s is the oldest restaurant in the country. It is also one of the most expensive.
go during Restaurant Week!
The oldest restaurant in New York and one of the best steakhouses. if you like rare steak, try it "black and blue" - charred on the outside and rare inside.
Ask the bartender for Corrado and tell him you want to see his Amish Pole Dance!
Opened in 1837, Delmonico’s is be touted as birthplace of steakhouses. Devour Lobster Newburg, Baked Alaska, and huge cuts of meat at the place where J.P. Morgan once dined.
Delmonico's Bar & Grill56 Beaver St (at S. William), New York, NY 10004
Try the Delmonico Rib. Great but don't eat too many sides. It's huge. The King Crab macaroni is great!
The menus are not only a record of favored flavors—like the moon–size local bluepoint oysters served at Delmonico’s in 1882.
Delmonico’s chef du cuisine Charles Ranhofer has been credited with refining or popularizing Eggs Benedict, if not actually creating it.
Great Restaurant Week menu! Loved the scallop appetizer and the Delmonico's steak...
One of the best steakhouses and the oldest restaurant in New York.
For authentic Italian food try piccolo sogno :)
Try the Baked alaska - Walnut cake, apricot jam, banana gelato, meringue (via @Foodspotting)
Lobster Newberg (they invented it, so why not?)
Get the chocolate cake with caramel ice cream!
Not listed on the restaurant lunch menu, but they have a petite filet for $27
Start your meal at this legendary steakhouse with the tuna tartare and foie gras. Next, dive into the 5lb. lobster special and Delmonicos steak. The baked Alaska completes a perfectly memorable meal!
Opened in 1827, first American restaurant to feature ordering à la carte, as opposed to table d’hôte, and to employ a separate wine list. Reopened several times since family ownership ended in 1923.
Lobster Newberg, a luscious concoction featuring multiple crustaceans swimming in cream, cognac, sherry, and cayenne pepper, has been an iconic NYC dish since 1876.
Bar is great to pop in for a burger with foie.
If you want to be treated like gold, come to Del's.
The filet mignon is far superior to the other cuts of meat served here. So tender and full of flavor.
Try the Chocolate Cake - (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Tiramisu - (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Rib-Eye Steak - (via @Foodspotting)
Hey everyone, make sure to check out Executive Chef Billy Oliva on Fox & Friends tomorrow morning for National Pumpkin Day! Check him out at 7:30 & 9:30 am on the Fox News Channel.
You can get the full dining room menu at the bar, self seating, super chill.
Eat half the steak and ALL the cake!
The blue cheese olives are amazing!
Why waiters in steak houses are always polish?
OMG.... The Delmonico Rib eye melts in your mouth...the asparagus is to die for...for starters the shellfish chateau is not to be missed
Try the Valhrona Chocolate Cake - Caramel ice cream, hazelnuts, white and chocolate sauce (via @Foodspotting)
Try the French Fries (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Braised Veal Ragu - Cavatelli, root vegetables, wild mushrooms, truffled pecorino (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Smoked Salmon Flatbread - Light crispy and perfect balance of salmon and goat cheese (via @Foodspotting)
Filet melts in your mouth. Excellent service. Great deal during Restaurant Week.
I was a bit underwhelmed after hearing such great reviews about this place. My medium rare order came to me 'well-done' the first time and medium the second. The scallops were great however.
Some respite for that early morning hangover: a Bloody Mary made with BULLDOG Gin, celery stick and all.
Classy bar, great for business meetings in the Financial District.
Great atmosphere st the Grille. Sharon kills it.