Traditional steakhouse, no surprises but solid food and wine list, plus funny people watching in a historic space.
This place is famous for its lobster newburg and baked Alaska because it invented them. Do yourself a favor and try it from the best!
The Classico Steak is must! Great potato side dish !
Comida muito gostosa mas nada de espetacular. Valeu pra experimentar. O ambiente é muito bom, atendimento ok.
Get the Delmonico (obviously), hash browns and baked Alaska!
FACT: Delmonico's was the first American eatery to be called by the French name "restaurant." CHECK OUT: The two columns flanking the doorway were reportedly salvaged from the ruins of Pompeii.
What could be wrong? Love this place.
Try the Tuna Sandwich - I thought it was more a bacon sandwich. (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Burger (via @Foodspotting)
Try the Cabernet Farrotto (via @Foodspotting)
Lobster Sliders with fries and Rib-eye DEFINITELY WORTH A TRY. Truly fantastic food and excellent service. I will definitely return to this restaurant, and it well worth a visit if your a carnivore.
Mad Men Dining Week, got a 2-course lunch special. The steak was massive and delicious. Dessert: ice cream plus a chocolate mousse cake or Baked Alaska (walnut cake + marshmallow fluff). Yum~
le saumon est splendide
Solid classic steakhouse fare. Historic institution. Can't go wrong with lobster bisque, filet mignon or baked alaska for dessert. Service is great too!
Definitely one of the best steaks in Manhattan. A Wall Street classic.
I am here for #cyberark luncheon to discuss Privelleged Threat Analytics.
A true old school gem. One of the first restaurants in the city, Delmonico's is pricey and for good reason! Their steaks are tasteful and cooked up to par! A true place to go for a night on the town
If you know New York, you know Delmonico's.!
More tourist trap than steakhouse
First class steak on NYC, old time clubby atmosphere fantastic service
Top notch service, big cuts of choice steaks, old New York decor
Go for the fillet mignon
Beautiful Restaurant - Excellent Service & Cuisine
Great steaks, drinks and service. Very good for both fine dining in restaurant and the more casual bar. Best restaurant I've found in FiDi.
1st Night on my 40th Anniversary of my graduation from the Culinary Institute of America here in NYC. Eating at the great old restaurants in the city... First up Delmonico's, the first and oldest.
It's a damn steakhouse. If you're eating fish, you're that guy.
Restaurante de carnes - mais antigo de NY - 1837
The best burger I have ever tasted. Period. The Delmonico Double Burger.
Their fillet mignon is GREAT try it! It has a sauce that makes it quite particular. The chocolate mousse comes with a blackberry sauce and is just fantastic! Service is fantastic too!
Just quintessential Wall St. Food is as classic as it's reputation. Never a fail.
This old-school steakhouse still serves up some excellent dishes; you'll find a stellar filet mignon as well as the Baked Alaska, which was invented at Delmonico's.
Great steak. You must try there signature steak. It is expensive but worth the price for the quality.
I suggest the beef
Try the Red Apple Cheesecake - amazing
The filet mignon is far superior to the other cuts of meat served here. So tender and full of flavor.
One of the best steakhouses and the oldest restaurant in New York.
Try the Chocolate Cake -
Try the Tiramisu -
Try the Rib-Eye Steak -
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.
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.
You can get the full dining room menu at the bar, self seating, super chill.
Eat half the steak and ALL the cake!
Delmonico’s is the oldest restaurant in the country. It is also one of the most expensive.
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